How to Hair Growth for 2012: 7 Steps to Take Right Now

Hair Fall Remedies – How to Hair Growth for 2012 can be outline in just 7 easy steps.

Step #1: Stop using shampoos with sulfates! Chemical additives in shampoos known as sulfates (sodium laureth sulfate and ammonium laureth sulfate) are what cause the lather most people expect when they use shampoos. Sodium Lareth Sulfate (SLS) is a powerful degreaser that is also used to clean garage floors and car engines. Unfortunately, these chemicals tend to dry out your hair, strip it of its color and, worst of all, may damage delicate hair follicles in people with a genetic predisposition to hair loss. The evidence suggests that sulfates irritate the skin and should only be used sparingly and in small concentrations. The problem is, most people in developed countries wash their hair often and use copious amounts of shampoo. What sucks is that virtually 98% of all commercial shampoos use sulfates. The exception are shampoos designed specifically for people who have their hair dyed. Many brands imply that they are sulfate-free but are not. I personally like the Coloresse brand of volume shampoo “for fine, thin, color-treated hair.” We also recomend the Revita shampoo and Revita.COR conditioner by DS Labs.  Buy it or something like it. Throw all your other shampoos and conditioners in the garbage.

Step #2: Begin taking an advanced hair vitamin such as TRX2 immediately. Research suggests that the top vitamins for hair growth are Biotin, Folic Acid, Vitamin B-6, Zinc Oxide and Pantothenic Acid. In otherwise healthy individuals, nutritional factors appear to play a role in people with persistent increased hair shedding. The role of the essential amino acid, l-lysine in hair loss also appears to be important. In addition, a product such as TRX2 adds powerful metabolic stimulants (Potassium, BCAA, Nicotinic Acid) with a natural energy-generating substance (Carnipure™ tartrate) to promote hair growth on a molecular level. Double-blind data confirm the findings of one study in women with increased hair shedding, where a significant proportion responded to l-lysine and iron supplements. Bottom line: Take a good hair and nail supplement from a trusted vendor.

Step #3: Begin using a laser for hair growth. Low level laser therapy (LLLT) is among the most exciting new options in the treatment of hair loss. European studies have shown that LLLT stops hair loss in 85% of cases and stimulates new hair growth in 55% of cases. As a result, in 2007 the FDA approves the use of LLLT as a treatment for hair loss. A 2009 study of the HairMax Lasercomb found significant improvements in overall hair regrowth were demonstrated in terms of patients’ subjective assessment after 26 weeks of using the product.

Step #4: Use a good anti-DHT topical agent for hair growth. DHT, or dihydrotestosterone, is believed by most experts to be one of the principal causes of hair loss. More precisely, doctors people that people who suffer hair loss may have a genetic hyper-sensitivity (a kind of allergy) to DHT that causes the minaturization of hair follicles that leads, eventually, to hair loss. One strategy for dealing with this problem (at least in men) is the use of an oral medicine that limits DHT throughout your entire system. However, this approach has drawbacks because there is some evidence that some men can experience negative side effects from many hair fall remedies, such as impotence. Another approach, therefore, is to use anti-DHT topical agents directly on the scalp… and this has shown some success.

Step #6: Consider using a dermaroller with a doctor’s supervision. A doctor’s supervision is required because of the possible risk of infection in the scalp. In recent trials, over a 3 month period men treated with a dermaroller experienced an increase in hair growth. Some experts warn against this. Talk to your doctor. We do not recommend anyone use a dermaroller (which puts tiny holes in your scalp) without consulting a physician first.

Step #7:  Try Spectral.DNC or Spectral.F7 with Astressin-B.  These are two of the very latest hair growth products on the market.  Do some research on the Internet and you’ll find they are both highly regarded — a bit experimental, and no results guaranteed, but a lot of people seem happy with both of these products.  Another product that many people are experimenting with is Cygenx’s RegenRXx growth factor serum, derived from human stem cells.  As with all stem cell treatments, the goal with RegenRXx is to release chemical signals into the scalp to turn the dormant hair follicles (which are dormant and not dead) back on, to wake them up again, so they begin producing hair.

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