Preventing male pattern baldness

A recent BBC news report claimed researchers found a clue that causes the male pattern baldness which more common among males. Most men start thinning their hair in the middle ages and 80 percent of all males see some hair loss in their 70s. Genetic factors as well as male hormone testosterone plays a major…

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Stress and hair loss: are they related?

Yes, says many of the researchers in the medical field. Stress is defined in the Oxford dictionary as “demand upon physical or mental energy.” One study suggests that severe stress can be caused by an injury, surgery or an illness. If you are experiencing thinning or loss of hair, take a look at your stress…

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Eating smarter to avoid going bald

Whether it is genetic or not, more than 20 percent of men start to experience thinning of hair as early as in their twenties. Regardless of the cause, men still have control over hair loss and there are certain foods that can delay the progression of hair loss. Among nutrients that help to delay the…

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Healing hair loss with a smart diet

Smart diet has been mentioned as a key element to prevent and or slowdown the process of losing hair. Today’s American diet is a major concern for many hair experts. It is low in vitamins and high in fat especially animal protein and salt that damage kidneys and elevate acidic levels in the body that…

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Three ways to fight hair loss

Do a soul search and identify the cause The condition that affects is called male-pattern boldness and it is visible due to bald spots. Thinning of hair on the other hand may not be visible right away but could lead to male-pattern boldness. Health experts say that the conditions may have been caused by hormonal…

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Emotional aspects of hair loss

Finding out that you are losing your hair creates an emotional stress. The condition impact women more than men. Living with the thought is stressful in a culture that accepts having a head of hair as sign of youthfulness and health. It may not be a medical condition but impact heavily on a person’s emotions….

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Emotional aspects of hair loss

Hair loss brings in emotional distress to many who are experiencing the condition. Many call the condition as alopecia. It affects both men and women, substantially more for women. One area that is clearly visible the effect of hair loss is how an affected person look to the others. Many thinks that it makes a…

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What happens when you start to lose your hair?

Hair loss affects self-esteem and confidence. Learning that you are losing your hair is a stressful event for both men and women. Physical look is a self-esteem booster and losing hairline affects it more than any other factors. Many believe physical attractiveness is based on how you look and hair loss affects it more than…

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Chlorine is bad for your hair

Even though Chlorine is an excellent disinfectant more than iodine, it is still bad for your hair as well as your scalp and skin. Chlorine is a strong oxidizing agent which is an irritant as well as drying agent. In small quantities in drinking water, chlorine may not be harmful. But in bacteria breeding swimming…

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