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How Excess Sugar Can Accelerate Hair Loss

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For the longest time, androgenetic alopecia has been thought of as a purely genetic phenomenon. And while there is a strong genetic component to hair loss, new evidence is highlighting the importance of environmental factors. One such factor is diet – particularly sugar consumption. In this post we’ll look at why sugar is especially dangerous for those losing their hair and how reducing sugar intake may slow, or even reverse, hair loss.

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Are Endocrine Disruptors Causing Hair Loss?

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Endocrine disruptors are linked with a growing number of health issues. They’re said to be found in everything from food and drink to beauty products. They imitate the effects of hormones such as estrogen and testosterone and disrupt the body’s natural balance. Unsurprisingly, endocrine disruptors are linked with a host of hormone-related health issues. Androgenetic alopecia, also known as pattern hair loss, is a hormone-related condition. So is there a link? Do endocrine disruptors cause hair loss?

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Tregs: Hair Loss Linked to Faulty Immune Cells

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It seems like every week there’s a new ‘breakthrough’ baldness cure. And while the reality often seems to fall short of the headlines, each discovery takes us a step closer to beating baldness. The most recent such discovery is the role of tregs in hair loss. Without these anti-inflammatory immune cells, new hair cannot be formed. This has led scientists to speculate that defective tregs may be the cause of alopecia areata, and raises the possibility of new treatments for other forms of hair loss too.

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Pattern Hair Loss and Heart Disease: A Common Cause

Links between hair loss and heart disease

As if going bald wasn’t bad enough! Research suggests pattern hair loss is more than just a cosmetic issue. Numerous studies have identified links between androgenetic alopecia and a range of diseases. Perhaps most worryingly, bald men are statistically more likely to suffer from heart disease. The good news is that identifying the common cause could prevent heart problems – and even stop hair loss.

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Derma Roller or Derma Stamp for Hair Loss?

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Microneedling is a beauty treatment that involves creating hundreds of tiny punctures in the skin. It sounds painful, but this activates the body’s healing response, potentially improving scars, stretch marks, wrinkles – and even reversing hair loss. There are two tools for microneedling: derma roller and derma pen. In this post we’ll look at whether they work for hair loss as well as which tool is best.

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The Link Between Pattern Hair Loss and Fibrosis (Collagen)

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Have you ever noticed how bald men’s scalps often look shiny? How the skin appears harder and more tight compared to skin elsewhere on the body? It’s not a coincidence. In fact, these characteristics provide valuable insights into the causes of pattern hair loss. Most importantly, though, they could provide the key to reversing androgenetic alopecia and regrowing a full head of hair.

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When Will Hair Loss be Cured?

When will hair loss be cured?

When will hair loss be cured? It’s a question of significant interest to many men and women experiencing thinning hair and baldness. At least on the face of it, though, not much progress has been made in the last few decades. But does the future hold more promise? Let’s take a look at what’s on the horizon.

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Mechanotherapy: Derma Roller, Massage and Total Hair Regrowth?

Massage, Derma Roller hair regrowth

Recent advances in the understanding of male pattern hair loss mean we’re closer than ever to a cure. But there’s a lot of information out there, and it’s sometimes a matter of connecting the dots and seeing the links. In this article, we’ll look at two related hair loss therapies and the common links between them.

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The Ultimate Guide to Natural Hair Loss Treatments (That Really Work!)

The Ultimate Guide to Natural Hair Loss Treatments

There’s no magic bullet that cures hair loss completely. But natural hair loss treatments can be effective. What’s more, not everyone is comfortable taking prescription drugs. This article compiles the products, supplements, and treatments that really work to stop hair loss naturally. Based on clinical trials, theory, and community experimentation, this is the ultimate guide to natural hair loss treatments!

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DHT and Hair Loss: Is It Really The Main Cause?

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Dihydrotestosterone (DHT): it’s been blamed as the cause of hair loss ever since Dr. James Hamilton’s pioneering research in the 1940s. Yet despite Hamilton himself casting doubt on this theory, mainstream medicine has left this hypothesis mostly unchallenged. And while there is good evidence to support the link between DHT and hair loss, there are a number of problems with this explanation. So is DHT really the cause of hair loss? Or is it time for a new theory? Continue reading DHT and Hair Loss: Is It Really The Main Cause?