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Deal With Hair Loss Problem, Natural Hair Loss Remedies

By Mr. Louis Richard  [ 527 Words ]

A natural hair loss remedy has now been developed from the true cause of androgenetic alopecia - Skull Expansion. This article explains how Skull Expansion was discovered and how simple self-help techniques completely reversed my own hair loss.

Many studies have shown how thinning hair and male pattern baldness are related to the prostate and the best quality remedies contain special ingredients which not only help to re-grow your hair and persevere the ones you have, but are also designed to promote prostate health.

Nowadays people are increasingly getting more and more inclined to natural hair loss remedies to combat hair loss. Some natural remedies have proved as an effective treatment towards hair loss.

It is an eminent factor that poor nutrition and unhealthy lifestyles can have a bad effect on your health as well as your hair. A well-balanced and improved nutrition can help you achieve a healthy hair. Try eating sufficient amounts of protein, proper levels of useful carbohydrates and achieving a healthy balance of dietary fats. Eat more fruits in the morning and more vegetable for lunch and dinner.

Are looking for an aggressive, effective natural hair loss remedy? Provillus may be the solution you’ve been waiting for! Provillus utilizes a combination of vitamins, minerals, and extracts to seed your scalp and create a perfect situation for hair growth. It does not have the dangerous and unpleasant side effects that come with most chemical remedies, and you have a far better chance at success than you do with other leading hair loss treatments.

Aloe Vera is another traditional herb that has been used effectively in the prevention of hair loss. Native Americans, as well as people in the Caribbean and India have used Aloe Vera to maintain healthy hair and prevent hair loss. Combined with wheat germ oil and coconut milk, Aloe Vera can be made into a shampoo that cleanses and heals the scalp.

Nettles are rich in vitamins A and C, several key minerals and lipids that can be beneficial to the hair. Nettle Root Extract has been used successfully in Europe as an inhibitor of 5-alpha reductase in treating BPH. As mentioned earlier, 5-alpha reductase is a key component in turning testosterone into DHT, the substance that causes the atrophy of hair follicles. Therefore there is great promise in its use as a component in natural hair loss treatments. Nettle Root Extract is available at health food stores over the counter, and has few side effects.

Henna is used for conditioning and maintaining strong hair. Henna is a traditional herb that is helpful to reduce the chances of falling hair. Aloe Vera is another customary aromatic plant which is helpful in the deterrence of hair loss. Aloe Vera with coconut milk and wheat germ oil is helpful in curing the scalps. Jojoba Oil is another effective remedy, which is used for psoriasis, eczema, and to eliminate dandruff from hair. Horsetail is another effective herb that is used to motivate hair follicles and this herb is helpful to promote hair growth and it also strengthens weak hair.

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