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The Best Hair Solution

The truth of the matter is that everybody experiences hair loss daily. No one is immune. The problem is when the hair thins to the degree the scalp becomes fully visible. At that point, you are experiencing what is commonly referred to as female and male pattern baldness. In simplified terms, your hair loss rate is exceeding your hair replacement rate. To reverse the process, you want to slow the hair loss rate or equalize it to the replacement rate. When the rates are equal, you have a full head of hair, similar to what most people had in their late teens. Homoeopathy has the capability to equalise the rate effectively without side effects.

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What is Hair Loss?

Hair loss is a generalized term characterizing hair loss well over the normal 50-100 hair strands per day. In certain cases, even though the hair loss is within normal limits, the body stops growing new hair for various reasons, leading to a gradual state of baldness.

Types of Hair Loss

  • Androgenetic Alopecia (AGA)

  • Involution Alopecia

  • Telogen Effluvium

  • Anagen Effluvium

  • Drug-Induced

  • Alopecia Areata

  • Traumatic

  • Traction Alopecia

  • Trichotillomania

Causes of Hair Loss

  • Poor Nutrition

  • Crash Dieting

  • Oral Contraceptives

  • Poor Circulation

  • Smoking

  • Alopecia Areata

  • Mental Stress

  • Dandruff

  • Medications

  • Other Systemic Illnesses

  • Hormonal Changes

  • Scalp Infection

  • Local Diseases

Female Pattern Baldness

Female pattern baldness, also known as Alopecia Diffusa, is a common cause of hair loss in women. It is characterized by diffuse loss of hair from the scalp. The mechanism of female pattern baldness is believed to be very similar to that of male pattern baldness, with the bulk of the damage being done due to hormonal changes in the body.

Male Pattern Baldness

Male pattern baldness is the most common cause of baldness seen in men. Triggered primarily due to the male hormone DHT (dihydrotestosterone), some males can begin as early as in their teens or twenties.