Also known as alopecia, or in the case of pattern baldness, androgenetic alopecia is a very serious problem, affecting 35 million people, and 21 million women in America. 45% of men suffer from losses seen at age 35, 60% at age 60. We must, given the regularity and embarrassing nature of the condition, considering care – but also the side effects, as people desperate to cure such problems might be stupid, ignoring the consequences potential of treatment.
Hair loss is, in general, be regarded as a disease that slowly happening – and, usually, the hair is not lost in small patches over long periods of time – but the form of Telogen effluvium is known as one of the fast, causing clumps of hair pulled through the draw -narik, combing, or washing, which resulted in the loss of the whole, not a bald spot. Prevention may be simpler than many people assume, like certain hairstyles, such as cornrows, pigtails, braids, or use tight rollers can contribute to hair loss in the future. Poor diet can, also, cause hair loss, such as iron deficiency, or proteins can damage the hair growth. Hair loss can be, unfortunately, permanent, as in the case Cicatrical Alopecia, a condition in which the follicles become inflamed or injured, and can not grow back.
Hair loss due to illness, medication, childbirth, or menopause, fortunately, tends to reverse itself, naturally, from time to time, so that those who suffer losses as a result of these conditions may not need to seek treatment.
Hair loss treatment has been great, but doubted Industry: The American Hair Loss Association said that the victim spent more than 3.5 billion dollars to treat their condition, but 99% of the care that is not useful for most users. Fraud can be affected by searching for arguments such as:
1. Shampoo amazing will unclog the blocked follicles anyone, because the blockage is, simply, the thing that stands between hair loss and hair growth!
2.Your scalp has no blood, despite the bald scalp bleed and hairy!
3. Your follicles vitamin deficiency – sorry, although malnutrition can cause hair loss, vitamins will not cure it.
4. It comes from a foreign country, even though it proves nothing!
5. Drug old, because why would believe a multibillion-dollar industry of medical, or scientists trained experts, when the anecdotal evidence available?
6. The drug is an award winning, but do not ask what the award.
7. Anecdotal evidence from an unnamed source, because no one should put faith in the sources that can be trusted?
8. Bugs, people who fill the body, but, somehow, hair loss is limited head!
9. Hypnosis: This one is an old scam, was destroyed by the FDA, but, sometimes, resurfaced.
10. A method of complicated: Presenting a detailed, well-researched information on hair loss, followed by a lie. Using the wisdom to avoid such scams.
This fraud has been banned by the FDA, is prohibited by the FTC, and can be brought to the District Attorney’s office. Go to the Consumer Gateway to find information about the fraud exposed.
Hair replacement adhesive can be effective for treating hair loss, but they have some reservations: Users should use medical adhesives because, unlike the industrial and commercial, they are distilled, and will not irritate the skin. A potential user must, therefore, seek the treatment that has been approved by the FDA soft Adhesives, become more flexible, more comfortable for the patient. Acrylic better to latex, latex can cause irritation, and trigger allergies, and most powerful silicon – but expensive. Hard bond less comfortable, and have to cut the head when replaced, but they are better for active men. Fungi, and infection may occur, as the area under the hairpiece sweating, and the resulting growth conditions such fun. Hairpieces must, therefore, have to be replaced regularly. Haircut, still, is necessary because under the hairpiece hair continues to grow, and perhaps, if uncontrolled, resulting in itching, odor, and loose hair ornaments.
Finasteride, a drug that inhibits 5-alpha reductase – a substance that converts testosterone into dihydrotestosterone – is used to treat hair loss, and prostate cancer, and, simply, the FDA receives treatment for male pattern baldness at that point, or the front center of the head. It can cause erectile dysfunction, and gynecomastia, but, fortunately, these symptoms occur in less than 0.5% of patients.
Dutasteride inhibits both types of 5-alpha reductase, but research has not shown to be more effective than finasteride – although some patients reported seeing a large number of hair advantages. Side effects are widely varied, and some patients had to stop taking the drug because of these effects.
Minoxidil is the main ingredient in Rogaine, FDA-approved treatment for hair loss. Many manufacturers add other drugs to the mix, so that the user might want to consider what, exactly; they take before using Rogaine. Rogaine may be more effective when mixed with finasteride.
Ketoconazole, the main ingredient in Nizoral Shampoo, has been found to be as effective as Minoxidil when the concentration of 2%. The best form is a topical foam, and can be used to treat dandruff and scalp irritation.
Aminexil, similar to minoxidil, used in concentrations of 1.5%, and in need of treatment six weeks twice a year. It has the advantage of not causing skin irritation.
Fluridil blocks androgen receptors that produce 5-alpha reductase, and although not yet approved in the United States, it is accepted in Czechoslovakia.
Superoxide dismutase and Copper Peptide is added to cosmetics to stimulate the growth of skin, and hair. Copper Peptides, however, is very doubtful: They are, supposedly, “thickened terminal vellus hair into thick hair, increase hair follicle size and regenerate the scalp, creating a healthy environment for the growth of scalp hair, [but] there is not sufficient and convincing scientific evidence to prove that copper peptides is new hair growth stimulant efficient. “copper Peptide is the main ingredient in Tricomin, and Folligen, thus, people may want to exercise discretion as to whether to use the drug.
Alfatradiol, although often prescribed in Germany, is a drug which is very weak, and not recommended for treating hair loss. Patients should use a powerful drug.
Sprironolactone, marketed as Aldactone, has a variety of uses, including being a diuretic, lowers blood pressure, and treating excessive hair. It has severe side effects: hyperkalaemia, feminization, and even death! This drug has not been proven to be an effective hair loss treatment, and is not recommended.
Flutamide, be strong antiandrogens, believed to be an effective drug, but it has severe side effects, such as sexual dysfunction, and facial hair growth in women. Patients have to wait for further research before considering this medication.
Hair transplantation can be very useful to produce long-term results, but they have side effects, and patients should exercise discretion. Transplantation technology has advanced over the years, doctors, now, has ultra-smooth graft which resulted in a significant density of hair, minimal trauma, some stains, and a more natural look at the new hair. Patients should consult both, doctors and other patients when considering what transplantation to receive. Surgeon, and their level of competence, and success, highly variable, thus, the patient must consider the treatment, and the doctor. This treatment is, unfortunately, may be temporary, because the hair follicles are placed on top of the existing, and new hair grows, it may keep the transplanted hair, causing hair transplant crashed. Swelling can occur in the eyes, scalp, and forehead may occur, but should end in a few days. Itching, sometimes quite severe, may occur. Shampoo, or water sprayed from the bottle to relieve itching; Other treatments should be discussed with your doctor. Hiccups may, also, occurs.
Laser has been cleared, but not approved by the FDA Doctors have mixed opinions about whether the proper method for treating hair loss. Lexington International fund a study that gives the FDA information about laser treatments, however, suspect, was never released to the public studies. We do not know how much faith F.D.A. have in this type of treatment, and the evidence is rather pretty. Patients may want to avoid this to the most well known.
Hair loss treatment appears to be very varied, no collateral, and although the results can be quite effective, there are some side effects, especially with certain methods. I would recommend treatment, and discretion when deciding on a treatment – although hair loss can cause panic, do not rush to judgment.