Facts About Hair LossWritten by Kelly Gillis
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It is believed that approximately 35 million men in United States suffer from hair loss that is called male pattern hair loss. This hair loss usually starts at an early age and develops into more extensive baldness. This is an inherited trait. This hair loss in men is caused by what is called DHT, which is a hormone in men that causes hair follicle to shrink.
There are many, many treatments that claim to help with hair loss. Natural shampoos with natural algae and botanicals, shampoo with natural DHT inhibitors and nutrients, and some treatments that combine essential oils with a pulsed electromagnetic field. Minoxidil is a cream that is applied directly to scalp several times a day. Propecia is a pill taken once daily which is advertised to be safe and effective for male pattern hair loss. This is one of hair loss remedies that claims to halt effects of DHT - dihydrotestosterone - reason men have thinning and hair loss. Another of these products is Avodart.
When looking through treatments and remedies available it is important to remember that hair loss in men and women are caused by different factors and to choose accordingly.
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Should You Be Taking Liquid Vitamins?Written by Hamoon Arbabi
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Now we come to another important question: Do you have a dangerous mineral deficiency? For example, if you are deficient in selenium, you could experience an irregular heart beat, infertility, or muscular dystrophy. A deficiency in tin could lead to male pattern baldness. And a lack of lithium could cause reproductive failure. Yikes! (By way, product Iím going to tell you about contains all macro and trace minerals known to man!) Hopefully you now realize importance of vitamins and minerals in your diet. But you probably know how annoying it is to take pills. Well, what about liquid vitamins? First off, letís talk about absorption rates. In pill form, only 10-20% of vitamins are absorbed. However, in liquid form, 98% are absorbed. (Think of taking pills as flushing 80-90% of your money down toilet!) (1996 Physicians Desk Reference, p. 1542) Along with actually working, liquid vitamins are easy to use. Just take a few sips, swish it around in your mouth, and swallow. Thatís it. Personally, I hate swallowing pills. I know some people who couldnít swallow a pill to save their life. And I know people who pass pills through their system without breaking them down at all. However, everyone I know can swallow a liquid. Not too long ago, Centrum actually came out with a liquid multivitamin because they could see potential in this market. However, it is simply a multivitamin in liquid form. WaitÖisnít that what we wanted? Well, yes. But there is something even better.
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