Have you ever spotted guys with bald-heads and a huge moustache? This bold hair styling technique is a new trend. Men allow facial hair to grow out in order to draw attention away from a receding hairline or bald spot. Moustaches and beards can help to reshape your face, but they’re not for everybody. While facial hair can give some men a distinguished look, they can add years to the apparent age of others. And many men simply don’t look good with beards or moustaches.
Then there are girls who decide to go for ‘perms’, which is a method of increasing the curliness of existing hair by wrapping strands of hair around rods while treating the hair with chemicals. After a short period of time, the chemicals are rinsed out and the hair retains the shape of being wrapped around the rods. The increased curliness of the hair creates the appearance of greater hair density, and helps to hide the scalp under thinning hair. But perms need to done periodically as the hair grows out and the chemicals used can weaken the hair and cause increased breakage, and sometimes may cause scalp irritation.
These are just two examples of cosmetic hair loss treatments people try to do in order to combat their hair loss condition. While it is important to understand that cosmetic hair loss treatments can only affect your appearance, and not the structure or function of the living cells that make up your hair follicles. These hair loss treatments are temporary solutions that need to be performed again and again on a regular basis. Also, they are reversible in nature and do not give you any permanent solution for hair loss.
If you want to treat hair loss from the root, you can try homeopathy hair loss treatment. Homeopathy is an age-old science backed with scientific beliefs and proven results. Homeopathic medicines for hair loss such as Thuja Occidentalis or Sabal serrulata have been used for hair fall treatment in homeopathy for over 100 years. International clinical studies have proven that the two homeopathic medicines cited are natural DHT-inhibitors, i.e., they can control hair loss caused by DHT — without side-effects.
It was also seen in a study conducted in Scotland that 90 per cent of patients with patchy hair loss opted for homeopathy as the first choice of hair fall treatment. Homeopathy actually helps to slow down the progression of the bald patches and fill them up with new hair. A complete recovery is possible in most cases.
Hair falling treatment in homeopathy treats not only the physical complaints but also targets the mind and gently restores mind- body equilibrium — thus, it treats patients as a ‘whole.’ This makes it an excellent solution for hair problems related to the mind, such as stress-related patchy hair loss (alopecia areata), hair-pulling disorder (trichotillomania), or stress-induced massive hair shedding.
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