Treatment Options For Hair loss

A large number of women opt for wigs when suffering from hair loss as they do not like depending on chemicals and other such products. These wigs are usually made with natural hair. Synthetic hair may also be used for this purpose. Even though those wigs that are made from natural hair look more natural, they tend to deteriorate after a certain period of time. Synthetic wigs not only last longer but are also easily manageable.

 

Cost Of Wigs

 

Natural wigs cost about $150 whereas synthetic wigs are about $1000. Even though there is a large difference in these costs and there are a large number of wigs available in the market, that are even cheaper, one must opt for the best quality wigs as this will benefit you in the long run. The best wigs are those that do not make it obvious that you are wearing one as it may be a source of embarrassment for a large number of people. To get the best deal and to get the best quality, one must consult a reputed hairdresser.

Oral solutions are also opted for by a large number of women. Antiandrogen therapy is the most commonly used oral treatment solution. The main ingredient used here is Aldosterone antagonist which blocks out the male hormone that leads to hair loss. This treatment must be opted for when hair loss is in its initial stages. It is then easier to correct the problem. Women must make sure that they carry out this oral treatment for about 12 months as results can be seen only after a year. However, this treatment may lead to disruptions in your menstrual cycle. Women must always consult a doctor so that these side-effects are known and the extent determined.

Those solutions that involve applying lotions onto the scalp are known as
topicalsolutions. This medication works because it believes that when serum is produced in excess, it can lead to excessive hair loss. This medication or lotion removes the excessive serum and therefore, reduces hair loss. This lotion also prevents the male hormones that are present in the serum, from reducing the width of the hair follicles. This medication can cost about $40 on a monthly basis.

Minoxidil is also used on a regular basis for the purpose of reducing hair loss. It is applied onto the infected scalp. The reason for its success is not widely known. Many people believe that this medication leads to an increase in the blood flow to the infected part of the scalp. However, this medication must be used regularly and religiously. If not, the hair loss will continue and there will be no change. Using this medication costs over $50 on a monthly basis. It is commonly used by those men whose hair loss is in its initial stages. However, it is also widely used by women for the same purpose.



Treatment for hair loss in men

 

Men usually use the following to treat hair loss
  1. Finasteride. This is the generic name for Proscar and Propecia.
  2. Provillus Hair Loss Treatment
  3. Hair Loss Treatment - Regrow Lost Hair
  4. Jason Color Enhancing Shampoo – Blonde
  5. Top Brass Hair Thickener
  6. Hask Hair Tonic Hair & Scalp Treatment
  7. Just 4 Men Brush-in Clear Sandy Blond Gel
  8. Hobe - Hair Follicle Stimulator
  9. Invigorating Scalp Massager
  10. Nexxus Keraphix Restorative Protein Crème Reconstructor.
  11. NuHair DHT Blocker Hair Regrowth Tablets

 

Minoxidil or Rogaine.


Minoxidil is also used on a regular basis for the purpose of reducing hair loss. It is applied onto the infected scalp. The reason for its success is not widely known. Many people believe that this medication leads to an increase in the blood flow to the infected part of the scalp. However, this medication must be used regularly and religiously. If not, the hair loss will continue and there will be no change. Using this medication costs over $50 on a monthly basis. It is commonly used by those men whose hair loss is in its initial stages.

However, men and women alike must always consult a doctor before going ahead with any of the above mentioned treatments so that any potential problems can be avoided.



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