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Hair Growth Treatments

There are so many hair growth treatments on the market that you have many to choose from if you are starting to see that you are losing your hair. Some people swear by certain treatments while others do not find them any good.

For example, you can buy a comb that is supposed to help hair growth. This comb has a low-level cold laser beam that you plug in and run through your hair for 10-15 minutes three times a week.

Other advertised hair growth treatments are in the form of hair loss shampoos and conditioners designed to spur your hair follicles to produce new hair growth.

Whether or not these products actually do work depends on who you ask. Doctors advise that you should search for the underlying causes of hair loss before you spend any money on hair growth treatments.

The recommended hair loss treatment for men is often different from that recommended for women because of hair growth. When evaluating any treatments for hair growth, you should make sure that the FDA has approved them. This agency tests the treatments to make sure they are safe to use, but it doesn’t make a recommendation of whether or not they work ... that decision is completely yours.

Hair Loss Black BookYou shouldn’t really expect to see substantial new hair growth if you use topical solutions as hair growth treatments, even with those prescribed by the doctor. In some cases men have seen a 50% new hair growth, but the usual percentage is much less than that.

Proscar and Rogaine are the hair loss treatments for men that doctors will prescribe. With these hair growth products you cannot just go into a pharmacy and select them off the shelves as you can with shampoos. These products are carefully controlled and are available only with a prescription. This is because they do have side effects and you should be under a doctor’s care when using them.

One of the common hair growth treatments involves hair transplants. Although this is regarded as a hair loss treatment for men, it is also available for women. Women are better candidates as well because they often have healthier swatches of hair remaining to make hair grafts. However, if this is the hair loss treatment that you want to use, you’d better have a fat wallet, because medical hair restoration is expensive.

Jim Shaw

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