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Hair Loss Home Remedies – How to Treat Hair Loss at Home?

The real challenge is to treat hair loss at its earliest stages. You’d know you’re starting to suffer one when you first see inordinate strands of hair left in your comb or brush. And there’s no let-up in the nest few days or week. Letting it last longer will only ensure that you spend more time, money and effort in finding a solution to male pattern baldness at the latter stages.

Go Herbal

Herbalist maintain a long list of herbs that for centuries have been known to deliver medicinal benefits to various forms of body ailments, not the least of which is thinning hair. The essential oils extracted from these herbs have been used and documented to substantially promote follicle health and restore hair in the early stages of hair loss.

Aromatherapy is one way to ingest these essential oils through topical application or inhalation to the lungs that make their way to the bloodstream faster. There are shampoos and rinsing solutions, teas and tonic mixes as well as topical gel and ointments. You can concoct from a mix of herbs and kitchen ingredients that cost a fraction of some over-the-counter medication containing these same herbal extracts.

Get Into A Healthy Diet Rich In Vitamins

There is no debating that Vitamins are part of the nutrients your hair follicle needs to produce hair. In addition, they are known to retard the production of Dihydrotestosterone or DHT, a testosterone compound that is known to block the proteins needed for hair growth. Vitamins promote hair growth by replenishing damaged hair roots in both sexes.

Vitamin A is a popular antioxidant that promotes cellular growth in hair follicles. Green leafy vegetables like cabbage, lettuce, spinach and broccoli as well as milk products all have vitamin A. You can opt for Vitamin A dietary pill supplements and a 5000 IU daily dose is recommended.

Vitamin B Niacin promotes blood circulation and your scalp follicles are sure to benefit from it. Yeast and wheat-based produce contain them and a daily dose of 15mg is recommended.

Minoxidil is the active ingredient in the brand Rogaine, a non-prescriptive drug that comes as a topically applied medication in foam or oil form. It works as a vasodilator that softens blood vessels for increased blood circulation to carry the nutrients needed by your scalp follicles.

Finasteride is sold under the brand names Propecia and Proscar. It works by inhibiting the production of dihydrotestosterone (DHT) which is a testosterone product largely responsible for male pattern baldness.

Spironolactone is marketed under various brand names like Spirocream, spironolactone, Berlactone and Aldactone, It comes in the form of a cream topically applied and behaves like an anti-androgen, binding to the androgen receptors to prevent them from binding with DHT. This action prevents hair from falling off.

Laser Combs

This is a 21st century invention advertised to combat baldness. Marketed by a company appropriately named Androhair, the laser comb uses visible red light emanating from the comb teeth that’s claimed to penetrate into blood vessels to let more blood circulation into the scalp to replenish hair follicles the nutrients they need to grow hair. It’s worth a try. Then again, a simple nightly or early morning massage of your scalp works just as well.

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