How possible is it to reverse female baldness and regrow thinning hair?
The vast majority of women suffer from some form of hair loss before middle age. This often leads to the question: Can hair loss be reversed, and is it possible to regrow lost hair?
The answer to this question depends on what hair loss type you are experiencing, and how advanced the stages of hair thinning is. There are two main types of hair loss – temporary and permanent. Most temporary hair loss types, such as stress-related thinning, or certain types of alopecia areata, tend to only last for phases, and the hair usually goes back to its original state once the phase has past.
However, some treatments can reduce the shedding and quicken up the recovery process, but the effectiveness of treatments completely depend on the key factors mentioned. Basically, it is essential to know what type of hair loss you are suffering from, and then to understand it fully. The more aware you are of your hair loss, the better position you will be in to treat the issue effectively.
Permanent and long term hair loss types, such as the most common type, androgenic alopecia (pattern baldness), are much more difficult to treat. There is no cure for this type of hair loss, but there are treatments that can help reduce excess shedding, and promote the function of hair growth.
Best treatment options for reversing hair loss?
As far as treatments go, you have some options available. There is the medical option, which includes baricitinib (branded as Olumiant), an approved drug by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a treatment for severe alopecia areata types, making it the first ever medically approved treatment for the condition. There is also the long standing topical solution, minoxidil (commonly branded as Regaine/Rogaine), that can help promote hair growth, albeit on a minimal scale.
Then there are the non-medical, safer alternative treatments, such as hair supplements like the market leader HR23+, and topical serums that contain the potent but safe keratinocyte growth factor (KGF) solution. These types of non-medical treatments can help reduce hair loss and encourage hair growth, without the risk of negative side-effects that you would get with medical treatments.
Best treatment plan for reversing hair loss?
Reversing hair loss is no easy task, but it has been done. In most cases, women who have successfully reversed hair loss (or at least stopped it) have done it by using a full treatment plan. So, rather than depending on one product or treatment, you would assemble a range of treatments that work in conjunction with each other to stop hair loss and regrow hair.
A popular treatment plan for women (and men) would involve using a good supplement like HR23+, along with a topical solution like KGF or the popular shampoo Nizoral, which contains ketoconazole.
It’s really a case of trying out different treatments in order to try to establish what treatment(s) works best for you, individually. Once you have identified what treatments work best, you’ll then be in a strong position to assemble an effective treatment plan.
There is no cure for any type of hair loss, but there are treatments readily available that can help reduce hair fall and promote the function of healthy hair growth. The effectiveness of hair loss treatments tends to vary from person to person, which is why it is important to know your hair loss type, and understand its causes, and how it can best be treated.
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