Male pattern baldness? Here are 5 effective ways to help you manage better.

Male pattern baldness? Here are 5 effective ways to help you manage better.

Authored by
 Dr Batra’s™   October 27, 2019

If you’re with the head full of hair, then it can make you look younger. But hair loss can make you look older. Male pattern baldness can affect not only the outer appearance but also self-confidence in males and can possibly impact their relationships and career.

If you’re looking for a male pattern baldness cure, you landed on the right blog.

When to book an appointment

Hair loss is not necessarily a condition that affects your overall health, but it can greatly impact your mental well-being and self-esteem. If you are noticing bald spots, you should book an appointment as soon as possible and consult your homeopath. The expert and experienced homeopathic doctors can determine appropriate treatments customized for you.

5 self-help tips to manage male pattern baldness better

Besides treatment, here are the 5 self-help tips i.e., what all a person can do to make the condition better.

  1. Eat protein-rich foods

Diet alone won’t save your hair. But there is some truth to the old saying that you are what you eat. You’re not going to have the healthiest hair if you’re living off doughnuts because being nutrient-deficient weaken strands and make them more prone to breakage. While nutritious eating is not going to bring your hair back by any means, eating plenty of protein-rich foods and healthy fats can definitely make the hair that you still have look thicker and shinier. Saving on the B vitamins, in particular, can interfere with the formation of hair cells and, therefore, hair growth. The best sources of Vitamin B are protein-packed foods like chicken, fish, eggs, and pork, as well as leafy greens such as spinach.

  1. Increase iron intake

Iron is another nutrient the body requires in order to grow healthy hair. Some dietary iron sources include clams, oysters, pumpkin seeds, spinach, white beans, turkey, etc.

  1. Meditate and exercise

If you notice large bald patches, you might want to evaluate your stress levels. Are you wondering why? Stress fundamentally puts hair follicles in a resting stage and they no longer grow. Anxiety also floods your body with the hormone cortisol, which causes other hormone levels to fluctuate. This could speed up the balding process, especially if you are already genetically predisposed to losing your hair. Managing stress could help to slow down hair loss. Meditation can help to improve anxiety levels. If you prefer to be more active, then you could hit the gym.

  1. Drink lots of water

If your body is not hydrated, then your skin and hair cells won't be able to grow and flourish. In order to keep your hair healthy and growing, you should drink plenty of water to prevent dehydration. Aim to get at least eight cups of water a day and more during exercise or hot weather.

  1. Avoid chemical products

Using a lot of chemically loaded products on your hair could prove damaging in the long run. It is always best to give them a break and try natural home-made recipes instead.

Watch Video: Hair Loss in Men | Self-Help Tips


Some aspects of hair growth like genetics are out of a person's control. Nevertheless, you might see improved hair growth if you follow the aforementioned self-help tips to manage male-pattern baldness. If you’re concerned about hair loss or growth, you should visit your nearest homeopathy clinic. Around 90% of Dr Batra’s™ patients never switch to any other treatment.

Read More: Started losing my hair at 20: Here's how I conquered Male Pattern Baldness

For any queries related to male pattern baldness and other hair conditions, you can consult the expert homeopathic doctors at Dr Batra’s™ on 9033001642.

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