Are You Losing Your Hair?
Are you tired of the low self-esteem, lack of attention from the opposite sex that is part of premature hair loss?
Are you also blowing way too much money on bogus cures for balding? Are you starting to wonder if the entire hair loss industry is a complete scam?
Do you want to do something right now to recover that beautiful healthy head of hair that you grew up with without having to go to some kind of clinic to get "treatment" or get hair plugs?
Then you need to read-
Dealing With Hair Loss Naturally
Deal with what works and forget about messy creams, positive affirmations and other alternative cures for baldness that just don't work!
BALDNESS DOES NOT JUST AFFECT MEN!
IT IS A PROBLEM FOR WOMEN TOO!
Understand the REAL Reasons You Might Be Losing Your Hair and What You Can Do About It!
Are you a man or a woman who is losing their hair and who is sick of spending money on hair loss cures that do not work? If so you have landed on the right page.
First of all let's deal with how you might be feeling about your hair loss as this might be a big part of the reason why you have surfed your way to this particular page on the World Wide Web in the first place!
Feeling embarrassed? Don't be. Balding is a natural part of aging and often a reversible sign of stress. Hair loss is also a signal from your body that you might have a health problem. Hair loss can also be genetic which means that you may not be able to do anything but practice preventative measures to slow down the rate of hair loss that you experience. The hair recovery industry experts that are out there would really like to keep you in the dark about that.
The fact is that most of us lose a lot of hair all of the time. For most of us hair loss is not really a problem as thinning hair is not always overtly obvious all of the time.
However the fact that we are so neurotic about our appearance and feel subconscious about hair loss has create thousands of scammy businesses and products that offer to help people "cure" their hair loss problem.
Is It Possible to Cure Your Hair Loss?
Can Genetic Balding Be Prevented?
Sometimes hair loss problems go away on their own and sometimes a "drastic cure" is required such as hair transplant. The drastic cures for hair loss are the worst cures because not only is it very painful and expensive you could still not see any results manifest on the top of your head.
I am going to be upfront and very honest with you right from the get go here - there is no cure for hair that is lost.
The ONLY circumstance in which you can regrow hair that has fallen out is if it was due to a medical problem, stress or a side-effect from a medication. Sometimes hair that is missing as the result of having a sore or burn will grow back as well.
If it is going to grow back it is going to do it of its own accord. How or whenever or if it ever grows back is going to depend a great deal on whether or not there is a physical cause for your problem.
The simple fact is - there is more than one kind of hair loss and not every type can help you grow your hair back!
In Dealing With Hair Loss Naturally I go to a great deal of trouble to help you determine what kind of hair loss you have and whether or not you have a chance of reversing the process
I don't waste your time with false promise about how this magic bullet or that miracle cream is going to magically restore your hair.
I discuss everything you need to know about your personal case of hair loss including -
Alopecia - what is it and who gets it!
Why it is a mistake to think that hair is not a living organism!
How your hair is indicative of your general health
How the normal hair growth cycle works and how to determine if there is something wrong with the way your hair is growing
How much is "normal" when it comes to figuring out how long your hair should grow each month
How many hairs the average human being has on their head and the warning signs that you are starting to lose a few of them
How many new hairs the average human being grows a day
How many hairs a day most people lose a day and when to decide that you are indeed suffering from real hair loss that could affect your appearance what day
What types of hair loss affect only males, what types of hair loss affect mainly females and what types affect both sexes
What condition causes a receding hairline and why does the balding coin shaped patch at the top of the head often come with it?
How to recognize the hair loss pattern that is associated with female pattern baldness
Why MORE testosterone does not exactly equal more hair and can even equal hair loss
How male pattern baldness works genetically in families in terms of being passed down to descendents
Whether or not your hair loss is due to a complex hard to battle condition known as " involutional alopecia"
The "killer" hairdos that some women can wear that causes stress on hair follicles and the scalp thus causing hair loss
How diseases like eczema or psoriasis are linked to hair loss
When hair loss on another part of your body might indicate hair loss is imminent on your head as well
How a high fever can contribute to hairless head
How highly toxic medical treatments can bring on a particular form of baldness
How pregnancy can affect your hair not only in terms of losing it but also growing heavy amounts of it elsewhere on your body
What kind of effect menopause and peri-menopause can have on your head
How you can be happy but hairless if you take antidepressants
Why hemophiliacs or people with blood disorders might be more prone to hair loss
What common drugs for heart problems, blood pressure, birth control and acne have to do with hair loss
The rare condition that can cause people to tear out their own hair
How a fungal infection can cause massive hair loss
Why hair loss can be evidence that you are suffering from hypothyroidism
The relationship between certain kinds of hair loss and diabetes
How hair loss is associated with lupus
How sebaceous cysts on your head or body can contribute to hair loss
The role that stress places when it comes to hair loss
...And much more information about this common cosmetic problem that affects millions of people around the world!
The thing to remember that hair loss is, for most people primarily a cosmetic problem and not a health problem!
So why do anything about your balding at all?
In Dealing With Hair Loss Naturally I go in depth about why hair loss is a big deal for some people and not for others! I discuss --
Why some people seem to be able to adjust to balding and others just can't seem to deal with it
How hair loss can lead to depression, anxiety and social phobias
How hair loss can negatively or positively affect one's personal identity
How to make the decision about whether to get used to your balding or do something about it
Why female pattern balding is absolutely devastating to the woman who suffers from it and how worrying about it can make the problem even worse
How to deal with the psychological shock of balding and realize how hair loss may be subtly affecting your behavior in life
Why the social stigma of hair loss is not as severe as it used to be
The myth of hair loss and its association with male virility
All of the standard medical treatments that are used for balding including Minoxidil and Finasteride
Why Minoxidal has actually been known to accelerate hair loss instead of prevent it!
The risk that males taking Finateride have of developing breasts or erectile dysfunction
The risk of impotence encountered by males as the result of taking Dutasteride
The role that an antifungal shampoo like Nizoral can play in accelerating or reducing hair loss...
...And many other aspects of balding that can help you decide whether or not you can live with the condition or not...
Is Hair Loss a Big Deal For You?
Do Something About It!
In Dealing With Hair Loss Naturally I begin with the basics, starting with your diet and the nutrition that nourishes a full healthy of hair.
I then to go on to practice other alternative methods of hair growth as well.
I discuss such things as -
The crucial role that Vitamin A can play in preventing hair loss
The relationship between sebum, the glands that keep your scalp moisturized and hair loss
The vitamin that you can take too much of that can cause your hair follicles to be blocked and thus prevent hair growth
What B vitamin is essential for you to get enough of so that your hair follicles get enough oxygen to produce strong healthy hair
The common every day fruit you should consume that provides your hair with folic acid and Vitamin B6 which is crucial for producing the hemoglobin that nourishes healthy hair
The natural sources of collagen that can help you keep a healthy head of hair
The many natural sources of Vitamin E that can help enrich your follicles with oxygen that can help repair and regrow hair
How iron deficiency can affect hair losses and what the best natural sources of iron are in natural food sources
The recipe for an essential oil head massage that can help you maintain a healthy scalp (the foundation for growing a healthy head of hair in the first place!) that is used in the best natural spas in the world
How studying yoga might help prevent hair loss
How deep breathing and meditation can help prevent the loss of hair
All about the different Ayurvedic hair loss treatments that are available
How quitting smoking can prevent hair loss
Why being a vegetarian might help prevent balding or reverse balding in some people
The very specific protein sources that you should take on board as part of your diet in the form of fruits, sprouts, soya and wheat germ
The commercially available medicated Ayervedic oil that will not reverse baldness but can be massaged into your scalp to prevent hair loss
The truth about Saw Palmetto when it comes to preventing hair loss
The tea made from a common wild weed that can help prevent hair loss
The name of the special African bark that inhibits the production of hormones that can cause hair loss
The common health beverage that can limit the production of DHT - a typical culprit when it comes to causing baldness!
How aloe vera can be used as part of a hygienic routine to help prevent baldness
How a common hair coloring agent can also be used to prevent hair loss
The common cooking hair that stops hair loss in its tracks
How consuming this common vegetable can encourage the release of histamines that prompt hair growth
How to make your own hair growth encouraging potion using these two common garden spices
...And much, much more!
There are lots of ways that you can jumpstart the process of reversing hair loss and what is more, all of the strategies included in this easy to read book are 100% natural too.
If you have a hair loss problem (or even if you think you might have problems later in life, perhaps because of genetics) there are lots of active preventative steps that you take right now to reverse the process.
Hair loss does not have to be inevitable!
There are many things you can do to prevent it including changing your diet and quitting bad habits so that you can continue to grow a healthy head of hair.
Dealing With Hair Loss Naturally is not just for individuals who have already lost or losing their hair! I also wrote it for people who are afraid that one day that they might lose it because of genetics.
You can do something about it completely naturally but the sooner you start taking action, the sooner your actions will begin to be effective and conversely, the longer you wait, the less chance you have of keeping your beautiful head of hair.
Prevent or Totally Reverse Hair Loss
If the suggestions put forth in this report don't help you to understand the real reasons you might be losing your hair and exactly what you can do about it... I'll refund 100% of your purchase price, no questions asked.
Why am I taking all the risk on myself? Because I believe in the methods that I have written about in 'Dealing With Hair Loss Naturally'.
I believe they work.
I KNOW they work - I have tried them all.
I believe in the results I've gotten for thousands of people, and because of that I believe that this method will work for you.
Information on this site is provided for informational purposes only. It is not meant to substitue for any medical advice provided by your physiciam or other medical profession. You should not use the information contained on this site for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease, or prescribing any medication.If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, contact your physician.