What is the Perfect Remedy for Curing Baldness?

How can hair loss be treated or cured effectively? 

Guest post by Aidan Piltcher
Baldness affects over half of the population of men by the age of 40, and almost the same figure for women by the same age, respectively.  Hair loss has become one of the most common concerns amongst men and women in society today, and without a sufficient cure in place, it seems this problem is not about to go away any time soon.

Studies suggest that common types of alopecia, such as Pattern Baldness, are becoming more frequent in men and women today, then they were 20 or 30 years ago.  More studies and research is needed to prove this theory, but one thing we can be sure about is that the hair loss treatment market is growing year-by-year, and is currently worth an estimated £2 billion.

What are the options to treat hair loss? 

There are plenty of viable options to treat male or female baldness - it's just a case of finding the products and the right hair care routine that will work for you, because the effectiveness of treatments on the market varies with each individual.

Now, rather than looking at the obvious options such as Finasteride and Minoxidil (the only medically approved hair loss treatments), We are going to be looking at some unorthodox ways that can help you prevent the rate of hair shedding and support the maintenance of healthy hair growth.

Best ways to stop hair loss

Treating baldness isn't just about spending all your hard earned money on the latest 'revolutionary' treatments. Tackling thinning hair can actually be done in a cheaper way, and more easily. So, here are some of the easiest ways to treat hair fall from the ease and comfort of your own home.

Home hair growth remedies:  

  • Coconut milk: Coconut milk is rich in vitamin E and fats that help to moisturise your strands and keep it healthy. The milk is rich in potassium, another vital ingredient for hair growth. Washing your hair with coconut milk can help reduce breakage of hair and support stronger hair growth.
  • Aloe vera: Aloe vera plays a crucial role in balancing the pH levels of the scalp and hair. It penetrates deep into the scalp and hair, thereby promoting hair growth. Also great for your skin, aloe vera cream can be used as an effective night treatment for your locks.  Just rub into the scalp before bed and wash out in the morning.
  • Greek yogurt: It sounds crazy, but Greek yogurt can actually help your hair.  It acts as a natural conditioner for hair, and it contains vitamin B5 and proteins that are extremely beneficial for the follicles, particularly for protecting strands from damage. Greek yogurt contains probiotics, which, according to studies, make the hair grow.
  • Beetroot: Beetroot contains potassium, protein, and vitamins B and C, all of which are essential for healthy hair.  For the easiest and most effective application, simply boil the beetroot leaves in water, then grind the leaves together,  make a paste and apply to your scalp.
  • Onion juice: Onion has antibacterial properties that can eliminate the bacteria that can cause scalp infections. It also has a high sulfur content that improves blood circulation to the hair follicles and encourages hair growth. Sulfur is also known to treat infected hair follicles. For best application, simply grate an onion, extract its juice, dip a cotton ball into the juice, and then dab onto your scalp.

Tackling the effects of thinning hair is not just about herbs and home remedies  - there are plenty of products on the market that can help slow down and even stop the hair loss process.  Your hair is no different to any other part of your body - if you feed it with the right nutrients and look after it, it will thrive.  Pattern baldness will affect some people more than others, but that's not to say it can't be beaten.

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