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Hair Loss Remedies – Conquering Hair Loss in Natural Way

What causes hair loss?

Many people suffer from hair loss, and there are several causes of hair loss. Alopecia is the general word used to describe any type of hair loss. The most common form of hair loss is male or female baldness – or androgenetic alopecia – which is genetically determined. Other circumstances, from environmental to medical, can also cause hair loss.

Before beginning a treatment regimen, you should consult a dermatologist to determine the cause of your hair loss. Hair loss is a common symptom of hundreds of conditions, and determining whether or not hair loss is a symptom of a condition determines the path you should take; your condition must be treated before hair loss can be treated. Knowing the cause of your hair loss is the first step in finding an effective hair loss remedy.

Hair Loss Remedies

Once you have identified the cause of your hair loss, you will find that there are a variety of hair loss remedies, some natural, some medical, and some cosmetic. Your dermatologist can help you find the right solution. In recent years, medical treatment of hair loss has increased greatly; in some cases, knowledge of the causes of hair loss allows for the production of medications that can stop the hair loss before it occurs.

Medical hair loss remedies do not work for everyone, and the success of this type of hair loss treatment depends on the cause of hair loss. Cosmetic products have also become a popular hair loss remedy, and sometimes an option for people who are not successful with other types of hair loss remedies. However, cosmetic hair replacement can be quite expensive.

Many people have found natural hair loss remedies. The premise behind natural hair loss remedies is that hair loss is a natural condition and in some cases can be dramatically reduced through the use of natural remedies. There are many types of natural hair loss remedies, including exercises to stimulate blood circulation, scalp massages, and herbal hair loss remedies that use natural herbs.

Herbal Hair Loss Remedies

There are many types of herbal hair loss remedies: some are used to stimulate hair growth, others to maintain healthy hair and scalp to prevent hair loss. Let’s examine some of these natural hair loss remedies.

1. Henna can be used to condition and maintain healthy hair – reducing the likelihood of hair loss Henna is a traditional herb that has been used for several years to maintain healthy hair.

2 Aloe vera is another traditional herb that is used effectively to prevent hair loss. Native Americans, as well as inhabitants of the Caribbean and India, have used aloe vera to maintain healthy hair and prevent hair loss. In combination with wheat germ oil and coconut milk, aloe vera can be made into a shampoo that cleans and heals the scalp.

3. Jojoba oil is an herbal hair loss remedy that is successfully used in people suffering from skin diseases such as eczema and psoriasis and has been successfully used in the treatment of dandruff.

4. Aromatherapists use lavender and laurel essential oils to massage the scalp and stimulate hair growth.

5. Horsetail can be used to stimulate hair follicles. This herb can be used to overcome pattern baldness by strengthening weak hair and stimulating hair growth.

6. Rosemary is another herbal hair loss remedy that can be used in oil to massage the scalp and stimulate hair growth.

7. Saw Palmetto can be used to block the hormone DHT, which is part of the cause of hair loss. Saw Palmetto can be used in oils, added to other formulas, or taken internally in capsule form.

8 Ginseng can be used as a stimulant and helps improve blood circulation. Ginseng can also be used to remove toxins that clog up hair follicles, increasing the chance of healthy hair growth. Like saw palmetto, ginseng can be used as an oil, added to other formulations, or taken internally in capsule form.

These are just some of the many herbal hair loss remedies. Other herbs used to prevent hair loss or stimulate hair growth include green tea, Ginkgo biloba, licorice, nettles, and sage. There are many other herbs that can be used to prevent and treat hair loss in many combinations of shampoos and oils – some are even used as a tea to stimulate blood circulation and thus stimulate natural hair growth. As with any treatment, you should always consult your dermatologist to find out the cause of your hair loss so that you can make an informed decision about the hair loss remedy that is right for you.

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