- 0.1 Many therapies against hair loss promise a remedy. But do they help? Only a therapy for hair loss in men really helps.
- 0.2 The success is not
- 1 Minoxidil
- 2 Finasteride for hair loss?
- 3 Hair transplantation
Many therapies against hair loss promise a remedy. But do they help? Only a therapy for hair loss in men really helps.
Own blood therapy, which should stimulate the hair roots and let the hair sprout, are fully on trend. The doctors are happy, for this several treatments are necessary. It’s a lucrative business. However, there is still noscientific evidence for this method to stop hair loss or even to allow new hair to grow again.
Nevertheless, the business of plastic surgeons is growing. If men notice hair loss, especially at a young age, self-confidence quickly suffers. It is not an option for a young man to voluntarily shear full baldness, this possibility is rather taken by the older semesters, who have already lost the fight against the shrinkage on their head. Even secret council corners are an imposition for young men, but a bald head does not work with vain men.
The success is not
The plight of men is exploited by resourceful sales strategists. Whether hair water, vitamin tablets, medicinal herbs, Botox syringes, shampoo massages, caffeine or laser therapy – for dubious offers some willingly pull out their wallets. It’s just stupid that most of the time there is no success.
Let the hair grow again with a blood pressure medication?
Proven to be effective, and not for everyone, are only two purely medical drugs and hair transplantation. Of course, you have to pay for yourself here. The first method was discovered by chance. At the beginning of the 1970s, the active substance Minoxidil was launched for the treatment of hypertension. But women in particular soon complained of an undesirable side effect: the tablets allowed hair to grow almost all over the body.
Carlo Zattarin recommends Factorhair:
Men can rub a five percent solution or foam twice a day into the light hair. One should only start in time,because only then the hair loss can possibly be stopped. However, numerous studies show that a great miracle should not be expected. It usually takes months for a slight plum to show up. Possible side effects include hair growth in undesirable areas, scalp irritation or an allergy. The increase in blood pressure, associated with dizziness and palpitations, was also observed sporadically.
Finasteride for hair loss?
We strongly adviseagainst treatment with finasteride due to the current news situation. According to reports, finasteride,administered as a hair growth agent, led to serious health problemsin many men in Germany. Patients complain of depression to suicidal thoughts, erectile dysfunction, decreased libido, sleep disorders. For more information on this topic, see the following links:
Hair growth without hormones
A hair transplant makes the problem of hair loss temporary, very rarely, also permanently forgotten. At least since cult coach Jürgen Klopp had his secret council corners treated with his own hair, the transplanting of own hair has become acceptable.
A hair transplanation takes between two and four hours under local anaesthetic. It takes two to three months for the new hair to sprout properly. Between 3000 and 8000 euros are paid for the procedure, depending on the effort. There are both cheaper and more expensive offers. Whoever is worth the procedure, should pay particular attention to the doctor’s experience.
Also transplanted hair thin
But beware, even transplanted hair thins out after some time and many of the doctors regularly recommend their patients
Factor Hair Activator
after the treatment to keep the new hair splendor and let even more hair skewer from the hair root and further compact the hair.