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Men's Hair Loss Treatments that Work

One of the most common difficulties that men face with is hair loss. Hair loss can be caused by a variety of factors including diet, mineral deficiency, medicines, stress, pollution, and genetics.


A great product to help you with your hair Loss treatment is Phytolium+ Stimulating Anti-Hair Loss Shampoo 

With shiitake extract and rosemary extraction, the 82% natural formula cleanses the scalp without causing irritation using very mild and biodegradable surfactants derived from coconut.




The following is a list of effective hair loss prevention and reduction solutions:

  1. Cut back on alcoholic beverages: Hair growth can be aided by reducing alcohol consumption.
  2. Quit smoking: Smoking limits the quantity of blood flowing to the scalp, resulting in a decrease in hair growth.
  3. Diet: Eating a well-balanced diet rich in proteins, fiber, and fruits on a regular basis will help to strengthen your hair.
  4. Avoid brushing damp hair: Wet hair is prone to breakage. Brushing wet hair is therefore not suggested. Excessively brushing your hair might cause damage and hair loss. It is well known that undoing tangles with your fingers is a superior option.
  5. De-stress: Previous studies have discovered medical evidence linking stress to hair loss. De-stressing may be done in a number of ways, and one of those is meditation. Meditation and yoga are examples of alternative therapies that not only relieve stress but also help to restore hormonal balance and prevent hair loss.
  6. Biotin, often known as vitamin H, is a B complex vitamin that aids in the conversion of food into energy. Including biotin-rich foods in your diet or taking biotin supplements may help to reduce hair loss, according to studies. If you suffer from hair loss, include biotin-rich foods in your diets, such as almonds, sweet potatoes, eggs, onions, and oats.
  7. Hydration: Because the hair shaft is made up of one-quarter water, consuming 4 - 8 cups of water each day and being hydrated can help you grow your hair faster.
  8. Avoid frequent heating and drying: Heating and drying your hair on a regular basis is not recommended. Hair proteins are damaged by heat, and continuous heating and drying can lead to hair loss due to fragility and weakness.
  9. Hair dyeing on a regular basis: Hair coloring and chemical treatments on a regular basis can damage the hair shaft and cause poor hair health.
  10. Sweat-free scalp: Sweating causes dandruff in men with oily hair throughout the summer. Hair fall can be reduced by using mild shampoos that balance the pH of the scalp. In addition, males who wear helmets lose a lot of hair in the summer because sweat collects in the pores and damages the hair roots, resulting in hair loss. Hair loss can be prevented by wearing a scarf or a terry cloth headband.
  11. Prevent traction alopecia: Regularly worn headgear like turbans and skull caps, as well as hairstyles like ponytails, braids, and artificial hairstyles, pull hair, or tug hair follicles, causing localized baldness.
  12. Physical activity: 30 minutes of daily physical activity, such as walking or swimming, helps to regulate hormone levels, reduce stress, and reduce hair fall.
  13. Treat itchy scalp as soon as possible: Many scalp illnesses, such as fungus (tinea) or lice, can cause scalp irritation and hair loss. It is critical to see a dermatologist and receive treatment for the condition.
  14. Increased glucose may raise the risk of folliculitis in diabetics (infection of the hair follicles). Blood sugar levels must be maintained in check.
  15. Alopecia-causing pharmaceuticals: Vitamin A-based acne and cancer-treatment medications can cause extreme hair loss. Supplementing with folic acid may aid in the restoration of hair loss caused by medications.
  16. Massages: While studies have found no indication of new hair development as a result of oils and hair masks, regular scalp massaging may enhance blood circulation, calm you, and improve scalp health.
  17. Address nutritional deficiencies: Hair thinning can be caused by a lack of iron, vitamins such as the B complex, and proteins in the diet, as well as a vitamin D deficiency. This needs to be discovered and treated as soon as possible.