What Really Causes Hair Loss?
Donald Trump once said: “The worst thing a man can do is go bald.” You can judge for yourself how well pharmaceutical solutions worked out for him.
If you’re wondering why you’ve been pulling webs of hair out of the shower drain or losing hair in clumps to your brushes and combs, the answer isn’t always so simple.
According to the American Hair Loss Association, two-thirds of American men will experience noticeable hair loss by age 35, and approximately 85% of men have significantly thinning hair by the age of 50. Half of women over 50 have thinning hair, and less than half will make it past age 65 with a full head of hair. Lately dermatologists have started reporting complaints from patients in their 30s, and even 20s.
Many people seek hair loss remedies before they’ve understood what’s causing their loss. Some don’t bother to ask – they trust their general practice doctor to regrow thinning hair via long term medication use, which studies have shown can put them at risk of sexual dysfunction, heart disease, and even cancer.
Not knowing why you’re losing your hair may lead you to take drugs that stifle symptoms without addressing the root causes of your pattern baldness. Yes, both male and female pattern baldness is hereditary. But today’s epidemic stress, toxin exposure, and flagrant prescription-drug use also damages hair follicles.
That’s why Stephanie Wolff targets the root cause of hair loss with natural, regenerative solutions. If you want drug-free hair growth supplements that actually work, check out the potent ingredients in Nutrafol.
Click here to battle hair loss from the inside out – while nourishing your whole health.
Why are you losing your hair?
We all lose some hair during our telogen hair growth cycle. If a hair strand was lost at the root, you’ll see a white bulb on the end – a sign that it’s just temporary loss.
Pattern baldness sufferers, on the other hand, have a genetic sensitivity to dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a by-product of the androgen testosterone. DHT shrinks and shortens the lifespan of hair follicles, eventually causing them to stop producing hair.
The conversion of crucial testosterone to harmful DHT progresses differently in each person, but usually hair thins from the crown upward in men, and begins at the part in women.
Extreme stress can activate those genes. So can:
- long term tobacco and alcohol use
- excessive UV ray or heat styling exposure
- medication side effects (beta blockers, antidepressants, blood thinners)
- iron, lysine, protein or vitamin B deficiency
- omega 3 and 6 fatty acids deficiency
- excess vitamin A
- fungal growth
- decreased blood supply to follicles (ischemia)
- insulin resistance
- autoimmune disease
- polycystic ovary syndrome
- estrogen imbalance (birth control or menopause-induced)
- thyroid imbalance
The first step toward a healthy head of hair is getting tested for fungus, toxicity, and vitamin deficiency.
Best supplements for hair loss
For centuries, healers everywhere have studied and delivered these nutrients and botanicals that stimulate dormant follicles to revive strength, manageability, texture, density, and shine in hair of any texture and density:
- anti-inflammatories like saw palmetto to regulate scalp inflammation
- antioxidants like biocurcumin and vitamin E to fight oxidative stress and free radicals
- adaptogens like ashwagandha to combat stress
- hydrolyzed marine collagen to moisturize and diffuse nutrients
Nutrafol drug-free supplements contain all of the above– without any side effects. Once they hit your bloodstream, they also improve your whole health. Many patients report their fatigue decreasing and their libido increasing after taking their capsules as directed.
Reserve your appointment
It’s your hair and it’s your health. Understand it, and protect it from the inside out. Call hair regeneration expert Stephanie Wolff for a consultation at 310−954−1450 or contact us here.