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The average person loses about 100 hair follicles a day. This is normal and for most people, those hairs grow back. However, for about 20% of men and some women living in Australia, those hairs are gone for good.
There are a number of different reasons people lose their hair. For some people it is due to genetics for others it could be a disease. It could even be a poor diet and exercise habits. Today we will be covering the various happenings behind hair loss and how medications such as Propecia can help you tackle such a widespread problem.
If your family has a history of hair loss, there really isn’t anything substantial you can do to prevent it.
This kind of hair loss almost always starts with a receding hairline, followed by thinning at the crown of the scalp. Other forms of hair loss have no direct pattern. For example, a man with a history of balding in the family will notice symptoms years before any permanent damage can set in. Those with no family history will experience sudden and rapid hair loss. If you have medical issues like diabetes, lupus or even thyroid problems. It is almost certain that you will experience substantial hair loss.
Regardless of the cause of your hair loss, it can be treated if it is caught early on.
Hair loss can even be reversed in the more advanced stages but if your starting to shine up top the chances are slim. Propecia is one of the best treatments for hair loss available. Propecia is a medication that is designed to treat hair loss in men. Interestingly enough Propecia can also be used to stop the benign growth of the prostate. The medication comes in the form of an easy to swallow tablet and does require a prescription to use. So how does it work?
Propecia works by specifically blocking the formation of the Dihydro-testosterone that affects hair growth.
All men produce this type of testosterone and by the age of 50 over half of us will notice its effects. The medication helps prevent baldness from happening in 99% of those that use Propecia. Studies and research shows that a little more than two-thirds of men grow new hair. Unfortunately, there are some downsides to Propecia that should be brought to your attention. I think the most obvious one is that once you stop taking Propecia you lose all of its protection. Meaning your hair will start to thin and fall out because your body is producing Dihydro-testosterone again.
Other side effects include dizziness, and swelling in the hands or feet.
In rare cases, men have reported impotence and a loss of interest in sex. I mentioned earlier that Propecia was very affordable. You can expect to pay to a month for Propecia. While it might require a prescription, Propecia is not usually covered by insurance so you will most likely be paying out of pocket. Thankfully it isn’t over priced. In fact, if you shop online you will most likely find it cheaper than the price range I mentioned before. If you are starting to see signs of hair loss don’t wait! Talk to your doctor today and ask them about Propecia.