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Self Help and Hair Loss

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Self Help and Hair Loss

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A lot of people with hair loss have tried laser hair restoration treatment. This involves stimulating the scalp with cold beam laser light. The laser light doesn't burn or harm the scalp. It is painless and has no recorded side effects. The light is in fact just used as a stimulant for the hair follicles to produce hair. It can involve visiting a clinic on a regular basis to maintain the effectiveness of the treatment. The endless visits to the clinic can end up as a problem in itself. Once treatment stops then the gains are reversed. But now there are portable devices called laser combs which people can purchase to get a similar treatment in their own homes. The laser comb is a miniature version of the old hood systems used in clinics. The comb is brushed through the hair for about 10 minutes and the laser light bathes the scalp in stimulating rays that increase the blood circulation in the scalp and maintains the health of the hair follicles. They can be used on their own or in combination with other treatments such as Propecia. Women can use a laser comb so long as it isn't in conjunction with other pill type anti DHT products. Clinical trials have suggested that 92% of users experience a thickening of their hair over a 6 month usage period.

http://thehairlossprotocolrevi ew.com/

In terms of natural treatments, the product Revivogen is very popular. Its main ingredients are natural substances which block the formation of DHT. In this way it works the same as Propecia. However, because Revivogen is not taken internally, but only rubbed onto the scalp, it can be used by women as well. There aren't any known side effects attributed to Revivogen. In addition to DHT inhibitors there are other ingredients included which are claimed to block the receptors of mail hormones in scalp cells and also to stimulate hair growth. In terms of statistics it is reported that 72% of people in consumer trials found that they either maintained their thickness of hair or experienced some regrowth.

8th September, 2016 @ 10:43 AM CEST

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