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The 4 Best Choices on Hair Loss Treatments By Wong Darren

Hair loss is one of the most serious problems that men face on their entire lives. When the first signs of balding ensue, men make it their serious business to look for the best possible treatment there is in the market—and there are several to choose from. But which of these products are really effective? And which ones would be able to deliver their promised results at a given period of time? Before looking for a hair loss product that would best suit your type of alopecia, it is best to consult a physician who knows the science of hair restoration. And it is also imperative to ask which medicines would give the fastest results at a certain budget. 1. Topical Solutions There are many different types of treatment to choose from. The most popular type is the topical solution. Topical solutions are products that patients must apply on the scalp of the affected area at least once or twice each day. Rogaine is a famous topical solution which is sometimes combined with other chemicals to come up with the best results. Most of the patients who have religiously applied these solutions report to having hair growth in about three to six months of daily use. Each of these solutions are priced at $30-50 each (good for one month). About thirty percent of those who use this type of treatment also report scalp itchiness (brought about by the constant hair stimulation). Those who are bent on treating their hair loss at a daily regimen would do best to settle with this form of treatment. 2. Hair Loss Pills There are also pills called hair loss supplements that can be taken to fight hair loss. Just like topical solutions, these supplements are taken on a daily basis and are known to be 66% effective. Unlike topical solutions, though, they have to be taken orally and would need maintenance so that the new hairs would be kept alive. Hair loss pills’ prices range at $40-50 (for a month’s supply). The reported side effects are scalp itchiness, some allergic reactions, swollen face, and even testicular pain. 3. Hair Transplant Hair transplants are also proven to be effective treatments. Physicians do this operation by getting
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some hairs from the back of the patient’s neck and transplanting them to the affected part. With this treatment, there is a 100% guarantee on getting back the patient’s physical appearance before the hair loss took place. A month or so after the procedure, the transplanted hairs would fall off and then new hairs would grow at the same spot. Hair transplants are priced at about $4,000-10,000 and the price depends on how many hairs are going to be taken from the patient’s nape. The side effects for this type of treatment are swollen head, a numbed sensation on the patient’s head, eye pain, and also constant headaches. 4. Natural Remedies Blood circulation is an important part on having healthy hair. That is why, majority of the natural remedies for hair loss are meant to improve the circulatory system. The following are the most popular natural treatments for alopecia: Rosemary - allows blood to absorb nutrients and carry them to the hair follicles. Ginkgo - reduces blood platelet stickiness and it also dilates the blood vessels. Horsetail - has silica which is an important factor in keeping healthy nails and hair. Prickly ash - promotes normal blood circulation especially to the extremities. Echinacea - boosts the immune system Oat extracts - maintains hormonal balance. Hair loss need not be endured anymore - there is hope for those who seek them. It’s only a matter of choosing which treatment would best suit any particular patient. For more information, kindly visit

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What! Female Hair Loss Treatments! By Amy A.May

Many people think that hair loss is a male problem, but it is one that many females suffer from as well. Hair loss is a very traumatic experience for a woman, even though it perfectly natural to lose your hair as you get older. When young women start to experience hair loss, they start to research the kinds of female hair loss treatments that are available to them. The treatment they find depends on what is causing the hairloss to occur in the first place. Some of the causes may be stress or hormonal changes. In these cases the doctor can easily prescribe female hair loss treatments that have nothing to do with hair growth. New hair loss treatments are coming on the market all the time, but their validity has yet to be determined. Scientists will tell you that many of the so-called new hair loss treatments may not work for you. Since every person is unique and the reasons for hair loss vary from person to person, there are no one kind of female hair loss treatments that work for everybody. Find out more about Female Hair Loss With the doctor prescribed hair loss treatments for women, the one that has had the most success is a topical solution containing 2% Minoxodil. New hair loss treatments containing higher percentages are still being tested to see if they are suitable for females to use. Female hairloss treatments sometimes vary to male hair loss treatments. Another of the new hair loss treatments available for men is a hair growth pill. This is not being considered as one of the female hair loss treatments because of the possibility that it may cause birth defects. Pregnant or nursing mothers should never use the prescribed treatments for hair loss because it is not known what effect it could have on an unborn or newborn baby. Many women are turning to aromatherapy as female hairloss treatments. Some essential oils are said to be beneficial in controlling hair loss. In a study conducted with females experiencing hair loss a blend of essential oils was used as a topical solution for the scalp, The results of this new hair loss treatment were very promising, with 44% showing marked improvement after seven months of the treatment. With aromatherapy oils, as with all other female hairloss treatments, once you stop using them so does the hair growth. Female hair loss treatments often vary from male hair loss treatments, depending on the cause of the hair loss. Find out more about Thinning Hair Remedies at

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