What is the best effective hair loss treatment?
Androgenetic alopecia, or male pattern baldness, can be caused by heredity, a scalp infection, or a skin condition. There are several treatment options available to slow or speed up hair growth. These treatments should be explored with a physician. By the age of 50, almost half of Caucasian males will have had some hair loss. This proportion jumps to 80% for those over the age of 70.
In this post, we will look at numerous ways for preventing and managing hair loss, as well as the causes of hair loss and when to consult a doctor.
Hair loss prevention and treatment
Prevention is typically one of the most efficient methods of dealing with a health problem. In some cases, it may be possible to prevent – or at least slow down – hair loss. However, this will be determined by the underlying cause.
The following are some of the most effective preventive measures:
• eating a nutritious diet
• using bristle combs with wider spacing between the bristles
• staying away from harsh hair treatments and styles
• If possible, switch medications to avoid the side effect of hair loss.
• refraining from tying or twisting your hair.
The medication I’d want to suggest is Finasteride (Finpecia).