Men and Hair Loss

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Hair loss is so common in men, and many times, men just deal with it by shaving their heads bald or savoring the hair they have left. If you talk to any of these men, they all agree that they would feel a lot better if they still had their hair. Another common consensus is that men or men’s significant others would prefer that they try a more natural solution. Propecia is the drug prescribed by most physicians. It is FDA-approved, but also has many side effects. Since so many people close to me suffer from hair loss, I took it up myself, within the last couple years, to find what was out there.

Being an internet junkie, I did some searching. After some research, I found that there are natural solutions to improving natural functions in the scalp. To test it out, I first convinced two of my friends that they should try natural supplements. One of the supplements is called Advecia, while the other one is Provillus. Provillus uses the FDA-approved Minoxidil, also, as a topical solution, and combines with an oral supplement. The oral supplement combines Vitamin B6, biotin, magnesium, zinc, stinging nettle, pumpkin, eleuthero root, uva-ursi, muira puama p to promote healthy hair growth and block DHT, which is known to cause hair loss. Male relatives have also joined in and tried natural remedies. Everyone said they saw a difference within weeks. One of my cousins was even going to get hair plugs, which are expensive, painful, and can look so unnatural. It is a relief to know that there are other options out there, and I sincerely hope they work for more people.

If you do try either one of these more natural remedies, it is important to return the product if it does not work for you. It works for the majority of people, but that does not mean everyone. Consult a doctor before starting any new treatments. A doctor can prescribe Propecia, if Minoxidil or natural supplements do not work for you.

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