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How To Cope With Hair Loss

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The times we are living in demand that we look and feel our best, but it might not be as easy. Yes, with healthy habits such as regular exercise, balanced and nutritious diet, and positive mindset we have moved a lot out of the way and contributed to our overall health, but there are still certain factors that affect us and that aren’t in our control. First, and foremost stress is something that we can experience on daily basis due to different situations, and experiences. On the other hand, genetics predispose a variety of conditions, and among all hair loss is quite common.

Hair loss is a condition that is mostly experienced by the man and is highly influenced by genetic traits. It is said that more than 50% of man experience it by the age of 50, and some even go through it much earlier (21 and younger). And while it is a process that can’t be stopped that easily, you can apply certain treatments and remedies, and change lifestyle habits that could be affecting its progression. Let’s go ahead and take a look at how you can cope with hair loss!

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Few Tips On How To Handle Hair Loss

1. Let’s start off with certain lifestyle changes. Studies show there is a clear link between the above-mentioned condition and regular smoking (due to the fact that it speeds up the aging process) so your best bet is to throw that pack away! Along with that, you should eat more of high-protein foods such as lean meat and eggs (as protein has an influence in building hair), more iron, and of course eat fish, nuts, and certain oils that are all rich in hair-healthy omega 3 fatty acids. Last but not least you should reduce daily stress and focus more on self-care. Life has its ups and downs, but you have to accept the situation as it is and move on. Do yoga or meditation practice at least 30 minutes every day.

2. On the other hand, you can go and try certain OTC medications that are said to slow down the balding process. The most famous is Minoxidil that is usually in a foam form and is applied daily on your scalp, while Finasteride is in a pill form and has a similar

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3. One of the most popular methods in treating hair loss has to be the hair transplant. And it is indeed effective when properly performed. There are two methods – FUT and FUE. The follicular unit transplantation is performed by removing skin with follicles from the back of your scalp, removing the follicles and transplanting to the bald parts. The follicular unit extraction method includes scalp hair follicles that are directly transplanted to the bald areas (without skin removing). Though pricey, hair transplants can be effective when performed on time and in the right environment.

4. Last but not least are certain natural remedies that are said to have to heal Our favorite is Sehar hair fibers, that fills in the bald spots, and hiding the bald areas. It is 100% natural and contains no artificial or preservatives that could contribute to an already existing problem. And on top of all that it is easy to apply, and you can expect quick and safe results.

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Summary

Hair loss is a problem for millions of men out there, and a lot become insecure and use overall confidence due to that fact. The above-mentioned hair loss treatments are just some of the most common ones. We think that with appropriate lifestyle changes and consultation with your doctor, balding is a process that can be stopped and effectively treated!



Peter is a freelance writer with more than eight years of experience covering topics in politics. He was one of the guys that were here when the foreignpolicyi.org started.

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