Finasteride against hair loss

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Can finasteride products help against hair loss?

Against hair loss

Hair loss is one of the most common problems worldwide. One third of the population is affected. Everyone loses 100 hair stands every day. It is a natural phenomenon; there can be many causes, including mineral deficiency, medication, stress, pollution and genetics. There are several causes of hair loss. One cause is that as we get older, the hair loses volume and thickness. In some cases, thinning hair is associated with nutrition, nutrient deficiency or hereditary Hair Loss connected.

In most cases, thinning of the hair is not associated with general health concerns.

Many people find it hurts their self-esteem and causes them to throw money at almost anything to watch their hair grow back. Many think immediately of illness with hair loss. It is so that everyone has hair loss as they get older. It happens to everyone in the course of their lives, it's just a question of at what age? and how quickly it happens!

Finasteride is used as a drug for beguining prostate hyperplasia (BPH) and for androgenic hair loss (androgenetic alopecia, AGA). Finasteride is subject to medical prescription in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The controversial active ingredient is offered in a 5 mg dosage for incipient prostate hyperplasia and as tablets for androgen-related hair loss.

Öko-Test has also dealt with the topic of hair loss and can "not leave good hair" on the majority of products. Of the drugs, only the finasteride-containing, prescription-only preparations approved for use in men only score "good". In the opinion of Öko-Test, however, the proof of benefit of all non-pharmaceuticals was not sufficient to justify their use for hair loss.

Source: Hair loss remedy - Kahlauer. Eco-Test April 2010

Is Finasteride effective against hair loss?

According to current research, certain hair follicles react to DHT by reducing the anagen phase (growth phase). This sensitivity of hair follicles is hereditary. Finasteride inhibits the conversion of testosterone into DHT. The hair follicles can then react by lengthening the anagen phase. However, if the hair follicle is hardly active at all, nothing more can usually be achieved. Finasteride must be taken as long as the man wants to keep his hair. In this way, finasteride postpones the onset of the man's androgenetic hair loss to later years. If the treatment is interrupted, the DHT level in the blood increases and the hair follicles can fall out again. First successes can only be observed after an application period of 3-6 months.

Serious side effects of Finasteride

The side effects of finasteride were occasional at low doses of 1 mg per day, but at higher doses of 5 mg per day, reduced libido and potency disorders (erectile dysfunction, reduced ejaculate volume) often occurred. These do not always disappear completely after the end of therapy. Occasionally, patients report a continuation of erectile dysfunction after discontinuing therapy with finasteride. Testicular pain and infertility and occasionally depressive moods have also been reported.

20 years after the approval of the hair restorer, the manufacturers have now also reacted. In a so-called red-handed letter last summer, the pharmaceutical companies admitted possible problems with finasteride. For example: sexual disorders, depression, suicidal thoughts or fear. The sexual problems, the manufacturers admit, could even: "persist for more than ten years even after stopping the therapy".

A study published in 2009 by the UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) found an increased incidence of breast cancer. The possible link between breast cancer and the use of finasteride was not significant, but according to the MHRA it cannot be ruled out.

Do not take finasteride Women and persons under 18 years of age and patients with frequent urination. Finasteride taken during pregnancy leads to malformations of the external sexual organs of male foetuses. Therefore, women who are pregnant or may be pregnant should avoid any contact with this substance.

Source Wikipedia https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finasterid

Medicine against hair loss - Finasteride: Dead trousers instead of a bald head?

"I haven't had a life since," says Martin. In his early twenties, he took a hair restorer. The pill was supposed to stop the onset of baldness, but he hadn't reckoned with the strong side effects. "Complete lack of drive. It started with states of exhaustion and drifted off into depression," says Martin, who does not want to publish his real name out of shame. Later, articulation disorders, memory and sexual problems were added. "I didn't know it like this before."
Quote: https://www.mdr.de/nachrichten/panorama/haarwuchsmittel-finasterid-depression-gesundheitsprobleme-100.html

Statistically speaking, more people suffer Men than women with hair loss. Those who are affected by it often lose a large part of their quality of life at the same time. More than half of the men over 50 years of age suffer from hereditary hair loss, one in three already show the first symptoms at a young age. A widespread rumour among baldness sufferers blames the male sex hormone testosterone. In fact, however, Sean Connery 8ok, who may be yes ;)), Heiner Lauterbach or André Agassi do not have more testosterone in their bodies than their hairy comrades. Because not the sex hormone itself, but an inherited sensitivity of the hair root costs them their hair. The hair roots are genetically polarized in such a way that the hair would fall out prematurely even with an average hormone level.

Creeping change at the hair roots

Testosterone, or more precisely its breakdown product dihydrotestosterone (DHT), acts on sensitive hair roots as a trigger for a gradual change: The root gradually shrinks to a fraction of its original size, instead of a normal scalp hair it now forms a soft, pale downy hair. Eventually this hair also falls out - what remains is a bald spot.

In men, this degeneration of the hair roots begins laterally at the front hairline (hairline corners) and centrally at the upper back of the head. At the latest when both clear cuttings merge, any attempt to conceal this becomes futile. As a consolation, even when completely bald, a narrow fringe of hair remains at the back of the head. Women who suffer less frequently from hereditary hair loss show a different pattern: In their case, the thinning begins in the parting area, while a hem several centimetres wide remains at the front hairline.

Conclusion

Hair loss is a very common problem that not only men suffer from. You do not have to accept the loss of hair by any means without further ado. You can take early action against hair loss by treating it with the appropriate remedies. You can specifically prevent your hair loss or take specific preparations to stem the loss of your hair. However, due to the numerous side effects, preparations containing finasteride can only be recommended if they are taken in a controlled manner by a doctor.

We all wish for strong, full and healthy hair, this applies to Womenas well as for Men. Beautiful, healthy hair makes a significant contribution to our Attractiveness and strengthens the Self-confidence.

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