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Is Baldness Hereditary?

January 22nd, 2012

Question:

My Dad and 2 older brothers are completely bald. What will happen to me? Is baldness hereditary and I will also go bald?

Answer:

There are a couple of types of baldness. One of them is hereditary and it is called Androgenetic Alopecia. While it is possible that you will suffer from this kind of baldness, there are ways that might prevent this condition and treat it.

These include: Medication, laser hair therapy and alternative treatments.


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When Will Baldness Be Cured?

January 22nd, 2012

Question:

Is there a cure to baldness, that can completely reverse the process of someone going bald?

I want to know if there are any recent researches about curing baldness? Any estimates as to when will baldness be cured?

Answer:

There are many people and products that claim to cure baldness. However, cure means that you no longer have the problem and there is no scientific cure (as of yet). There are treatments for baldness: medication, alternative methods that claim to reverse the process, as well as laser light therapy that received some positive reviews.

The main thing that all of these solutions have in common is that they can relieve a current condition and prevent it from worsening, but they cannot cure and make the initial cause for going bald to “go away”.


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Natural Help for Hair Loss

January 17th, 2012

Question:

My hair is falling out in clumps and I don’t know what to do.
What are some natural help for hair loss treatments that I can use?

Answer:

There are many natural hair loss treatments, but it is first important to understand the causes of hair loss.

If your hair is falling out due to a deficiency in certain vitamins or minerals, then you should supplement your diet with foods rich in those vitamins and vitamin tablets.

If your hair is falling out due to stress, then addressing the root cause and de-stressing is the only way to stop your hair loss.

In order to know what natural help for hair loss you need, a good thing is to do some blood tests for current levels of vitamins and eliminate hair loss causes before choosing a treatment.


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Bystolic and Hair Loss

January 17th, 2012

Question:

Does using Bystolic cause hair loss?

Answer:

Although some people have reported increased hair loss after going on Bystolic medication, it is not considered one of the common side effects. Common side effects are fatigue, insomnia, nausea, painful breathing, heart problems and allergic reactions.


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Can Hair Catch Fire?

January 17th, 2012

Question:

Can hair catch fire?

Answer:

Absolutely. Hair can easily catch fire.

When it does, the flames quickly eat up the hair strands that they touch, and hair turns black and burnt. Once hair catches fire, touching it will make it disintegrate in your hands.


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Epsom Salt Hair Loss Remedy

January 17th, 2012

Question:

Can putting Epsom salt in your hair prevent hair loss? What are the benefits of Epsom salt for hair growth?

Answer:

Epsom salt can give your hair a softer, healthier look and make it shine, in addition to the fact that it can help prevent split ends.

Regarding the connection between Epsom salt and hair loss – Treating your hair and scalp with Epsom oil can remove excess sebum, which in some cases can cause increased hair fall, so if this is the root cause of hair loss, Epsom salt can be beneficial.

For other cases, although some people report that they have experience more hair growth, there is no evidence that this is indeed the case.


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Can I Color Hair with Coffee?

January 17th, 2012

Question:

Can I color my hair with coffee? I heard that is can be used as an organic hair color and that gives the hair a shiny look.

Answer:

Yes, coffee can work as a natural hair dye, especially on bleached hair that absorbs the color faster.

The process of coloring hair with coffee is quite time consuming, as you need to really let it soak before you rinse your hair. One disadvantage of this is that your hair will probably have a strong smell of coffee for sometime after you dye your hair, but on the plus side, this hair dye doesn’t contain any chemicals and won’t damage your hair.


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Are Diarrhea and Hair Loss Connected?

November 19th, 2011

Question:

I’ve been suffering from diarrhea on and off for the past 3 months or so, and my hair is falling out in clumps. I don’t know what to do.
How can I find out if there’s a connection between diarrhea and hair loss?

Answer:

The connection between diarrhea and hair loss is hyperthyroidism – Recurring diarrhea is a possible symptom of hyperthyroidism. Hair loss is also a symptom of hyperthyroidism. It is unlikely (although possible) that these are the only two symptoms that you are experiencing, if you’re indeed suffering from hyperthyroidism.

Check if you are also suffering from: high cholesterol, weight loss, muscle pain, muscle weakness, joint pain, bulging eyes, fatigue, fragile skin or swelling of the neck there is a chance that you’re suffering from hyperthyroidism and you should consult a doctor.


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Can Doryx Cause Excessive Hair Growth?

November 19th, 2011

Question:

My doctor prescribed Doryx (doxycycline) for me and I have been taking it for the past 30 days.
I think I have one of the more severe reactions to the drug (compared to what my doctor is warned me from) and wanted to know – Can Doryx cause excessive hair growth?

Answer:

No researches have found any connection between Doryx and excessive hair growth.
If anything, users of Doryx report that they have experienced some hair loss after starting to take the drug.

However, Doryx is a medication that is prescribed, in some cases, to treat acne, which is caused by hormonal imbalance and this can cause excessive facial hair growth.

In any case, consulting the doctor the prescribe a medication for you is advisable.


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Does Iron Affect Hair Growth?

November 19th, 2011

Question:

I have heard that a diet that does not contain foods rich in iron can cause her loss.
Is it true? Does iron affect hair growth?

Answer:

Iron deficiency does affect hair growth.

If a diet doesn’t contain foods rich in iron and in sufficient quantities (or if the person is suffering from iron-deficiency anemia, which means the body cannot keep up with replacing iron that the body is using up), chances are a person will suffer from hair loss.
So, while iron supplements and getting Iran in excess of what the body requires will not promote the growth, low-level irons will in fact cause hair thinning.