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Hair Loss Treatment for Men and Women (Baldness)

Lets get this out of the way fast, are there any treatments for hair loss that actually work?  Well the answer to that is a very emphatic yes and some of them have been around for a very long time, so, why don’t we all know about them? The truth is that many of the older treatments such as homeopathy and herbal remedies fell out of favour for some time as the super new general medicine took over.

Don’t be completely fooled, many of the treatments from the big medical companies are just the old natural treatments dressed up in a new way. Now that the old treatments are experiencing a revival more and more people are looking towards natural remedies for answers.

The Cost of Hair loss Treatments

How much money do you really want to spend?  No this is not a rhetorical I’m actually asking you how much you want to spend because some people expect to pay large sums of money to spread some mystical lotion on their bonce which, according to it’s manufacturers, is going to make hair grow at four or five times it’s natural growth rate. I’m sure by now you have seen the adverts that show noticeable hair growth in just one month  (Legs and bells come to mind).  

At the end of the day, the cost of getting hair to grow on top of your head need not be prohibitive and there are some reasonably priced suppliers who are not going to break your piggy bank. The average monthly cost of treatment in the early stages need not exceed approximately £22 per month and this would reduce to half that once your hair has reached the desired density. If you feel you want to spend a little more in order to speed up the process then you could add about another £12 per month to this cost.

Don’t forget that we are talking about hair loss due to the production of DHT here and not to the loss of hair through hormonal or chemical imbalances. The lack of iron in the diet can also cause hair loss and here we are talking about a change of diet or single supplement at very little cost to put things right.

Types of Treatment

There are two main types of  non-surgical treatment the first being a lotion or application which you apply to the scalp. The best of these will help to protect the hair follicle against the effects of DHT and so allow the follicle to strengthen and grow to a normal size again.  There is some doubt as to whether the treatment remains effective if used continuously over periods of more than a few years but as yet I have seen no real proof that the potency diminishes over time. In my opinion this type of treatment can be good for backing up the second form of treatment.

The second form of non-surgical treatment is that which is taken internally and there are two types. The first protects the body against the effects of DHT and the second inhibits the conversion of Testosterone into DHT. Both are equally useful and I would recommend that they are both used.  The effects of DHT on the body are not just confined to hair loss.

We are not out to try and sell you treatments that are going to make a dent in your bank balance nor are we trying extract your hard earned cash at all costs. As Homeopathic Practitioners’ our first concern is for the patient and it is our hope that you will continue to use our advice and expertise in the future. To this end we will recommend treatments which have worked effectively in the past and if new treatments prove as good then we will pass this information along.  

For this reason we have chosen not to sell the treatments themselves but will determine which treatments are necessary for your recovery and then tell you where they are available. We are also always grateful for any feedback you may have especially with regards to this arrangement but we would like to have the freedom to recommend the best remedies for the job.

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