10 Ways to Stop Hair Loss in Men

Changing your diet, easing up on stress, and a visit to your doctor are just a few of the things men can do to prevent balding. Read on to learn more.

1. Watch what you eat

Healthy eating habits can do wonders for creating thicker and fuller hair. Lean proteinfound in fish, lean meats, and soy supports hair growth, and nuts and seeds are packed with vitamin E and healthy fats to provide your hair with the oil it needs to stay soft and healthy. Even spices can help: Adding cinnamon to your food can help provide necessary oxygen and nutrients to your hair.

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Alopecia: Hair growth restored with new drug

Alopecia areata – an autoimmune skin disease that causes patchy hair loss on the scalp, face, and body – affects as many as 6.8 million people in the United States. Researchers from Columbia University Medical Center have identified a promising therapy for the disease that stimulated hair regrowth by 92 percent.

Alopecia areata – an autoimmune skin disease that causes patchy hair loss on the scalp, face, and body – affects as many as 6.8 million people in the United States. Researchers from Columbia University Medical Center have identified a promising therapy for the disease that stimulated hair regrowth by 92 percent.

Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) researchers conducted an open-label clinical trial – whereby both researchers and participants knew what treatment was administered – of 12 people with alopecia areata.

The findings, published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation/Insight, were released alongside a separate study from Stanford University and Yale University that tested a similar drug.

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What Causes Traction Alopecia and 7 Surprising Ways to Stop it


What does it mean when you say Traction Alopecia?

Well, the word traction says it all. Traction Alopecia means over pulling of hair from its hair-line.


Traction Alopecia is a type of Hair Loss that happens overtime which means that it is not instant like other type of Hair Loss. Putting too much tension on the hair can cause you to have this kind of Hair Loss.

The following are pretty much the examples of habits that you do that over pull your hair from its hair-line:

  • Tight braids
  • Dreadlocks
  • Hair Weaves
  • Very tight ponytails/pigtails
  • Trichotillomania (an emotional condition of repeated pulling of hair with hands)
  • Repeated use of Hair rollers
  • Tight Hair pieces
  • Headbands (even the fabric ones)
  • Certain hair clips that are placed repeatedly on a certain part of your head

These are just some of the habits of Women today that cause them to suffer Traction Hair Loss.

Luckily, if there are causes of Traction Alopecia there are ways on how you can prevent and cure it:

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frontal fibrosing alopecia

4 Common Categories of Hair Loss

Most people are familiar with hair loss. Many understand that it can actually affect both men and women of virtually any age. However, very few realize that hair loss is not a single, simple diagnosis, but that it is actually a common symptom that can be caused by a variety of different conditions. This is one of the reasons why finding the correct diagnosis and treatment for hair loss can be difficult, and why Dr. Edmond Griffin and Dr. Ashley Curtis at The Griffin Center continue to study every possible underlying cause and treatment option. Although all of the various causes of hair loss are too numerous to list here, the most common can be broken down into four general categories.


By far the most common cause of hair loss in both men and women, genetic pattern baldness, which is known as androgenetic alopecia, occurs when the hair follicles have inherited an increased sensitivity to dihydrotestosterone (or DHT). This hormone is a natural by-product of the breakdown of testosterone in the body and is present, in varying degrees, in both men and women. When sensitive hair follicles are exposed to DHT they begin to shrink and their growth cycle shortens. Over time, they produce gradually thinner and thinner hair strands until, eventually, they stop producing hair altogether.

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Natural Cures For Alopecia Areata

Alopecia areata meaning baldness affects both men and women, although the reasons for hair loss in both cases are different. Men tend to become progressively bald with age as the hair follicles die out and the hair strands fall off. The remaining hair follicles are not able to produce sufficient hair to cover the area of the head.

In women usually the cause of hair loss is hormonal imbalance. People resort to expensive and painful treatments like hair transplant in order to regain a full head of hair. But there is more than one natural cure for alopecia areata that can prevent the hair loss and cause new hair to grow fast, preventing baldness.

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Alopecia and female baldness – is it a growing problem?

Baldness is often considered to be a male issue – is it time to address the issue among women? Research suggests the number of British women suffering from hair loss and thinning is on the rise

It’s typically considered a male affliction, but losing your crowning glory is prevalent among women too, as a new study has brought to light.

The research by a leading hair and scalp expert has found that hair loss and thinning in women is a real problem, with more than a fifth of the women surveyed aged over 25 in the UK saying they suffered from the condition.

Although it is true that the issues can be age-related (around half of sufferers are aged between 45 and 64), this research shows that it can in fact occur at any age.

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Alopecia or Patchy Baldness – The Homeopathic Approach To Treat It!

Alopecia or alopecia areata is more commonly known as spot baldness. It is a serious condition that makes a person lose his or her hair in round patches. The patches increase in number over time. Alopecia could affect your scalp and can also result in hair loss from other parts of the body. Alopecia is an auto immune problem and causative factors of which are still not known. However, certain triggering factors, such as stress, which is the biggest culprit along with other factors like thyroid problems, genetic tendencies, drug abuse, hormonal changes or medications can lead to such a disorder.

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If you begin losing patches of your hair unexpectedly, it may be alopecia areata. To make sure, you need to go to a medical professional for an accurate diagnosis. However, how exactly is alopecia areata successfully diagnosed? Read on to learn how a doctor diagnoses a case of alopecia areata.


If you are randomly losing patches of hair, it is time to visit a doctor. Once there, your doctor will look at all of your symptoms and try to make a determination as to whether or not you have alopecia areata.

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The most common causes of hair loss among women

The real or perceived symptom of increased hair loss can be psychologically devastating for female patients. This article is intended as a brief review of the most common causes of adult female alopecia and a thorough introduction to the evaluation of this complaint in the primary-care setting. Bear in mind that many women who experience hair loss will still require referral to a dermatology practice.

Hair follicles constantly cycle through three phases: (1) anagen—the growth phase; (2) catagen—the phase transitioning between growth and resting; and (3) telogen—the resting phase. It is normal to lose as many as 100 hairs per day.

Women who present with excessive hair loss must undergo a detailed and extensive history and thorough examination of the hair, with the clinician paying special attention to the pattern of loss and how easily the hair pulls out. The clinician also must order blood tests and examine the scalp. In some cases, pathologic analysis of a scalp biopsy may be necessary.

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