Ending Hair Loss the Natural Way

Losing hair can be one of the biggest challenges to overcome whether you are a man or a woman. With all the possible hair loss treatments available, there may be no better and safer way to treat hair loss than with natural hair loss remedies.

There is one important thing to keep in mind when you begin looking for a hair loss remedy - you will want to look for something that is gender specific in order to get the best possible results. One reason for this is that both male pattern baldness and female pattern baldness have different possible causes.

In male pattern baldness, the cause is genetic. If your father, brother, grandfather, or other relatives had male pattern baldness, chances are you will too. It is caused by the hormone Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) being over-produced. DHT is one of the androgen hormones. It is actually formed when testosterone metabolizes. Being produced in the adrenal glands, it has the ability to cause prostate problems as well as causing hair loss.

In female pattern baldness the problem is also hormonal, but can be hereditary as well. With an overproduction of testosterone, which can also cause other symptoms, hair loss occurs. Other symptoms that can be caused by too much testosterone in a woman include facial hair growth, deepening voice, and other male characteristics.

Making sure that you use a natural hair loss remedy that is gender specific will be better because it will give you what you need in order to combat the problem that is specifically causing hair loss for you.  Using natural hair loss remedies that will bring the hormone problem under control is possible for both men and women. Pattern baldness affects both sexes and can be controlled in most cases when the right natural hair loss remedy is used.

There are a lot of choices when it comes to natural hair loss remedies for men. With the most common ingredients being herbs that block DHT, such as Saw Palmetto and Nettle Root, as well as many other herbs, vitamins and minerals that work together to end the hair loss by blocking DHT, and begin new hair growth.

Women have their own selection of hair loss products to use with a particular emphasis on lessening the amount of testosterone in their systems. There may also be DHT blockers, as DHT is a byproduct of testosterone, so both may be treated with similar products.

When women experience hair loss from pattern baldness, it generally occurs with thinning over the entire scalp, without complete balding. Ending the hair loss by treating the hormone problem will make it possible for more hair to grow, and for the scalp to give the hair follicles the proper nutrients for promoting hair growth.

Using a natural hair loss remedy that is gender specific will make ending your hair loss a healthy experience and give you back the head of hair that you desire.

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