The Best Hair Loss Treatment:Ultimate Guide For Men’s Biggest Problem

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The Best Hair Loss Treatment is the one of the most searched topics in many search engine.Because, whether you are a man or a woman, hair loss is a problem that people can not easily overlook. Most people integrate hair with their style and even personality, and aesthetically they are among the “sine qua non”.

Researchers show that people have a close relationship between how they see themselves and their hair. If you notice that unusually long, long-lasting hair is falling out, your doctor will benefit from your consultation.

Hair loss is usually perceived as a problem of men. However, when we look at a situation in general, we can see that many women also complain about hair loss. In women, hair loss can be related to hormones, feeding, or seasonal changes.

In order to prevent hair loss, it is the best approach to determine the exact reason why hair is shedding and to focus on solving the main problem.

Hair loss can be stopped by medical treatment in the early stages of hair loss. Early-stage hair loss can be reversed in young patients, especially with FDA-approved finasteride in genetically-typed hair loss. Minoxidil is an important weapon in stopping hair loss early when used in conjunction with finasteride by stimulating hair growth.

With medical treatment, only the miniaturization of the hair, passing slowly from the anagen phase to the telogen phase, can be intervened. It is impossible to get results with medical treatment after hair is fallen out. Therefore, the most sensible treatment for total hair loss is hair transplantation.

Hair transplantation can not prevent androgenic type hair loss; only the lost hair is replaced. For that reason, the early initiation of medical treatment will prevent both men androgenic hair loss, as well as stimulate miniature and non-growing hair and restore hair mass.

FINASTERIDE

hair loss treatmentThe enzyme that converts testosterone into dihydrotestosterone, which causes hair loss by acting on hair follicles, is the enzyme 5 alpha reductase type 2. The medicine that prevents hair loss by stopping the activity of this enzyme is “finasteride”. Finasteride, taken at a dose of 1 milligram per day, benefited 90% of male users over the age of 18, while only 10% of male patients reported their hair loss continued. Especially in young patients who have just started hair loss and thinning in the hair, Finasteride gives better results but it is necessary to be careful when using under 18 years of age. Finasteride is less effective in front hairline fall-outs. It has been proved that the activity of finasteride in the crown / vertex region is higher, especially through the back.

It should be used for at least 1 year for stopping hair loss, strengthening hair and thickening effect in miniature hair. It has been reported that the effects continue even after 5 years of use. When finasteride use is discontinued, 2-6 months later, there is a loss of hair volume and mass again since the effects of the medication wear off and the hair returns to its old state as if it had never been treated.

The side effect rate of use of finasteride is 2%. That is, 98 out of every 100 users do not see any side effects. The side effect that people most often ask and fear is sexual dysfunction. This side effect, which can be seen as erectile dysfunction and antinomical responsiveness, decreased libido, may occur immediately after using the medicine but, when the patient stops taking it, the body returns to normal sexual functions within a few weeks. Side effects are not permanent.

Finasteride can reduce the intensity and amount of sperm ejaculation since it is a medicine that prevents the growth of the prostate gland and shrinks; It may temporarily reduce the count of sperm. Other than these, mild growth and tenderness in the breast were reported in 0.4% of the patients. Side effects such as breast sensitization and growth can be seen in men, but there is no relation between breast cancer formation and usage of finasteride in men. Finasteride is a medicine used to inhibit prostate growth and the patient’s doctor should be informed about the use of this medicine as there is a 50% reduction in prostate PSA values when used.

The use of finasteride in pregnant women is prohibited because the male fetus may develop a congenital anomaly in the genital area. Having a relationship with a man using finasteride does not affect the fetus and the woman negatively. In a study on the use of 1 mg finasteride in women in the post-menopausal period has proved that this drug has no negative effect and when taken 5 mg daily, it can be beneficial for androgenic female-type hair fall-outs.

Finasteride Truths

Myth: Finasteride grows new hair
The truth is: No, finasteride only works on thinning hair, allowing them to thicken, does not regrow hair again in total hair loss, ie baldness.

Myth: Pregnant women can not touch finasteride.
The truth is: Yes, pregnant women should not even handle broken tablets. Oral ingestion of the medicine powder can create some deformities in the fetus.

Myth: Once taken, it is necessary to use it continuously.
The truth is: No, it can be discontinued by the patient if wanted. Within 2 to 6 months after the medication is discontinued, the hair returns to its original state by thinning again.

Myth: It only affects the top and back of the head.
The truth: No, it allows thickening of hair in all areas, but it is more effective on the vertex.

Myth: It can lower the testosterone level.
Rather: No, on the contrary, testosterone levels increase by about 10-15% on a regular basis.

Myth: Sexual side effects are permanent.
The truth is: No, sexual function returns a few weeks after the medication is stopped.

MINOXIDIL

hair loss treatmentMinoxidil is the first FDA-approved medicine to prove effective in preventing hair loss. It is a serum that must be worked in the hair with a massage to make the hair contact with the skin. 2% forms are effective in women, and 5% forms are effective in male type hair loss. It was intended to monitor the high blood pressure during its first release. As a result of the use of minoxidil, some of the patients notice visible, effective hair regrowth, some have a moderate healing effect and some patients express they do not experience any benefits at all. In people who benefit from Romaine use, minoxidil stimulates the hair follicles starting from miniaturization and provides new hair formation and stops hair loss. The maximum effect is observed between 6 months and 2 years. After this time, the effect slows down. In continuous use, hair falls out more slowly, and it is particularly effective on hair loss on the front and side parts of the hair, especially on the crown region. The most common side effect reported by the users of the medicine is less body and face hair.

Although the mechanism of action of the minoxidil is unknown, it is thought that it prolongs the anagen (growth) phase, thereby increasing the thickness and length of the hair follicles. It should be applied twice a day, with hair and scalp massage. It will only be effective where it comes in contact with, so the places to be applied and the amount to be used must be determined by the doctor. It should be used not only on the crown area but also on the front hairline region of hair if thinning is experienced. Continuous use is recommended; 3 months after stopping the use, the effect diminishes and the hair returns to its original state. When used in combination with finasteride, minoxidil is synergistically more effective in preventing hair loss. It is generally recommended that these two FDA-approved medicines be used together.

What are the types of MINOXIDIL?

Kirkland Minoxidil has same ingredients as Rogaine, however, its price is lower than ROGAINE. Most of the people using these two products claim that Kirkland has more greasy texture.

Kirkland minoxidil is a definitely cheap product.

Lipogaine Minoxidil

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Lipogaine, addition to same ingredients as Rogaine and Kirkland, has more ingredients such as DHT blocker blend

Powerful DHT blocker blend:

This blend consist of DHT blocker with Azetinol, saw palmetto extract, beta-sitosterol, oleic acid, linolenic acid that inhibit 5-reductase (both alpha and beta). The company claims that all ingredients were carefully selected and optimized based on scientific studies.

 

NIZORAL (KETOCONAZOLE)

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Nizoral shampoo is one the most important parts of every hair loss treatment regime. Nizoral is a fungus shampoo also used in the treatment of dandruff. But Nizoral Shampoo is not only used for the treatment of dandruff or fungus. It contains a powerful substance known as ketoconazole, which has beneficial effects on DHT reduction in the scalp. A study by Pierard Franchimont and his team revealed that Ketoconazole, the main ingredient of Nizoral, has a similar effect to minoxidil 2% in hair growth.

Side Effects of Nizoral Shampoo

In one study shows that ketoconazole may increase hair loss at the beginning. This can result from the reaction of the hair to the agent. Moreover, other side effects can be seen as such as abnormal hair texture, light skin dryness and itching.
If you have any medical claims, such as the ones above, stop using Nizoral immediately. You may not be eligible for this treatment. Using this product has risks for women. Oral ketoconazole should not be used by women at all. But there is no risk caused by the use of shampoo.

Who Can Use Nizoral Shampoo?

Nizoral shampoo can be used by both men and women, but it is recommended that women use only 1% Nizoral. Nizoral shampoo is the only effective shampoo proven to be effective in preventing hair loss.

How to Use Nizoral Shampoo?

Since Nizoral  Shampoo is a medical product, do not overdo it while in use. Proper use will provide benefits for the scalp and hair. Use Nizoral as follows:

  1. Soak your hair thoroughly with water.
  2. Apply your shampoo to make foam on your hair for 1 minute.
  3. Once you are done one, you should apply shampoo to your hair again.
  4. Rinse after waiting 3 minutes.
  5. Dry the hair with a towel or dryer (low setting).

Do not use Nizoral shampoo regularly. The best is to use two days a week for every three days, for four weeks. Use it once a week.

Do not be afraid to use another shampoo other than the days you used nizoral shampoo to break down your hair.

You can check other treatment alternatives such as hair PRP or Hair mesotherapy.

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Fredrick
The founder of Menself. He Has been providing the everyday male with grooming and style advice since 2010.

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