Have you been facing severe hair loss and nearing complete baldness? Hair loss is a bane that affects many men all over the world, and even some women are getting affected by it.
Here are some ways that can help to prevent or slow down hair loss, or to bring hair back on your head. Have a look.
- Laser Light Therapy
- Hair transplant Surgery
Although a diet can’t save your hair on its own, there’s a truth in the old saying that ‘A person is what he eats‘. There’s a strong possibility that you’ll have weak hair, if you don’t consume a healthy, nutrient filled diet, in fact you consume lots of processed foods. Remember, nutrient-deficient diet makes the strands weak and they eventually become more prone to breakage.
Many people may not have heard about Nioxin Shampoo, since it’s more popular in the USA. It is used to fight the problem of hair thinning. You might wonder whether a shampoo has the power to reverse baldness or not? Expert believe that no chemical product can reverse baldness. However, Nioxin Shampoo has the power to slow down the speed of hair loss, but it can prevent or reverse baldness.
Laser Light Treatment
By simply stimulating blood flow to the balding area, laser light treatments can grow hair back. However, there’s a catch with this therapy also as these lasers won’t grow any new hair. All they can do it to just help some hair to remain stuck to your head a bit longer. So, in reality it doesn’t grow any new hair, it just delays hair fall.
Another name of Propecia is Finasteride, and it’s an approved medicine in the USA to treat baldness. Initially, the medicine was meant to avoid prostate cancer, as it blocks generation of a male hormone DHT in the scalp that’s responsible for closing down follicles and results in hair loss. However, the medicine should be consumed only after consulting the doctor.
Hair Transplant Surgery
A time-tested, safe, most effective, reliable, and result-oriented treatment available that can really grow hair back on your head. No one will be able to point out if you have had hair transplant surgery or not! Cost can vary from patient to patient, but there’s not much difference.