How to Treat Early Signs of Hair LossHair Loss
The first signs of hair loss can be scary but they can lead to total baldness if not taken care of. Thankfully there are ways to take care of the problem without sacrificing a lot of your time and money.
What many notice when they first start going bald is thinning hair. It doesn't even have to be all over the head. Many times it's in just one location such as the hairline or crown area.
Now if you're like most you've probably thought about or even tried using a product you've seen on television or in the stores. Is it really worth your time and money spent? Before you consider buying a product or even trying another one, examine these facts:
1.) Hair loss isn't genetic (Shocking but true)
2.) Lack of blood circulation is a common cause of hair loss
3.) High amounts of dihydrotestosterone (DHT) leads to thinning hair
These are some common facts surrounding hair loss that can allow you to get a jumpstart on regrowing your hair and preventing any further loss of it.
Particularly look at number two, lack of blood circulation. If you suffer from a receding hairline, this could be your very reason for why you're having to deal with this problem. There is a way to get an increase in blood flow just to this area.
Take your fingertips and massage your scalp along the hairline daily for 10-15 minutes. This is all it takes really to get enough blood flowing to your follicles to produce more hair. What happens is that your follicles pull nutrients from your blood and use it as food for growth.
If you want your hair to stay you can make this happen. It doesn't take a lot of work. Read your free hair loss report today and see just how easy this really is.
Christopher Litmon is an ex-hair loss sufferer who has helped many men and women discover ways to regrow hair naturally.