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Baldness and Hair Loss Products: You Might Have More Control Than You Think

Many hair loss treatments are based on assumptions about your hair and hair growth. A common remedy for hair loss involves transplanting healthy hair follicles to areas of your scalp where hair is thinning out or already gone. Another hair loss remedy uses topical chemical hair loss treatments to stimulate the follicles to produce more hair cells.

All of these conventional methods of treating baldness or thinning hair follow a certain premise: That something is inherently wrong with your hair follicles, making it impossible for them to produce strong, healthy hair as quickly as the old strands of hair fall out. The usual explanation is that your genes make baldness inevitable.

Currently we can’t correct hair loss associated with the genes you inherited. However, there are many other factors that can cause thinning or hair loss. Sometimes it’s possible to prevent or slow hair loss by using simple methods.

Many natural herbs can help improve hair growth, and you can learn about specific herbs and how they work together to slow hair loss or prevent hair loss by contacting sales.


The Physiology of Hair Loss


Once you understand the hair growth and hair loss cycle, you’ll know how it’s possible to keep your hair strong, thick, and healthy without the use of chemical hair loss products or other extreme hair restoration techniques.

Your hair grows and falls out in three phases, the anagen, catagen, and telogen phase. Each follicle repeats this cycle while you grow more hair.

In the anagen phase, your follicle is actively growing hair. A healthy follicle will produce thick, strong hair during the anagen phase. A weak, damaged, or malnourished follicle might have a shorter anagen phase, or produce thinner, weaker hair. If the anagen phase is short, your hair will be shorter, because the follicle won’t have enough time to produce longer hair before finishing the hair growth phase.

At the end of the anagen phase, your hair growth will slow down. This is the catagen phase of hair growth. Finally, your hair stops growing and you reach the telogen phase of hair growth.

In the telogen phase, your follicle is “resting.” The hair shaft remains more or less as it was at the end of the anagen phase. However, if the telogen phase is long enough, your hair will be more susceptible to damage from pollution, chlorine, heat, and other factors. This may cause your hair to become weak or brittle. If the follicle is healthy, however, it may produce stronger, thicker hair that will be more resistant to chemical and environmental damage.

Naturally you want a long, robust growth phase, and you want to minimize the damage done to your hair during the resting phase. This is where you have a choice.

A lot of your hair growth cycle is dictated by your genes. You inherit traits such as pattern baldness, thinning hair, and a receding hairline.

However, these conditions can be created or made worse by environmental factors and diet. Before you resign yourself to hair loss, or before you resort to chemical hair growth formulas or hair restoration techniques, look for healthy, inexpensive alternatives.

Nutrition and Hair Loss


Your hair is a subsystem of the body. This means that it’s one of the last parts of your body to absorb nutrients that you take in. All the critical proteins and nutrients go to your heart, brain, liver, and other important organs. Even with a healthy diet, it’s possible that your hair isn’t getting adequate amounts of trace minerals and less-available vitamins.

This is the first way that herbal hair loss formulas can help you. Many herbs provide an extra boost of important nutrients that nourish your hair follicles. Some herbs may also increase the flow of nutrients to your scalp, making sure that the nutrients you take for your hair reach your hair.

When your hair follicles are properly nourished, they are more likely to produce stronger hair. In some cases, the growth, or anagen phase, may last longer.

Environment and Hair Loss


During the telogen, or resting phase, the hair shaft no longer grows. But during this time, the hair shaft can suffer damage from chemicals, sun, and pollution. Your hair can become brittle, and break more easily.

Many herbs contain natural substances that help purify your blood and minimize the damage of harmful chemicals.

Herbal hair loss products might protect your hair from environmental damage in two ways. If your hair follicle was well nourished during the growth phase, the hair shaft may be stronger and more resistant to damage. The growth phase might be longer and more frequent, which helps to minimize the damage to the hair shaft.

Can Herbal Hair Loss Remedies Protect Your Hair?


If your hair loss condition is hereditary, herbal hair loss remedies can’t protect you from your fate. But they might be able to slow the hair loss process. And if your condition isn’t entirely genetic, herbal hair loss products might be the ideal solution for you. You always have a choice when it comes to your hair.

To learn more about herbal hair loss products, contact our offices.

 

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