Male Pattern Baldness Treatment in homeopathy?
If you have just started seeing the symptoms of male pattern baldness (also known as androgenic alopecia), a natural treatment is there that will hit right at the sweet spot and reverse the hair loss. After treating multiple patients with high success rates, I thought why not share this information with my readers since I know a large percentage of the population is searching for a possible androgenic alopecia natural treatment.
Not just women but men also have an attachment to their hairs. On noticing slight symptoms of an abnormality in growth rate or baldness patches, they also get concerned like women.
Male pattern baldness is caused primarily due to thinning up of hair follicles causing them to produce thinner strands of hair that are difficult to be sustained and ultimately lead to permanent baldness.
There can be various factors that can cause male pattern baldness such as
- Genetic predisposition
- Side effects due to medications
- Change of hormones
Even the medications taken for hair growth itself can cause you side effects.
The homeopathy remedy which I recommend and have used to treat numerous patients with successful results is homeopathy which is completely safe, non-addictive and natural.
Homeopathy for hair loss works by improving hair growth functions such as
- Strengthening the hair follicles
- Providing a healthy environment for the hairs already
- Regulating the hormones that would otherwise cause the loss of hairs
Male pattern baldness treatment in homeopathy is very effective for hair loss treatment provided you consult a well-trained homeopath in the early stages itself.
The effectiveness of homeopathic treatment is based on how efficiently a homeopath detects the hidden patterns causing the hair loss condition.
Normally there are three phases of hair growth making up the entire hair growth cycle
- Anagen: Growth
- Catagen: Transition
- Telogen phase: Shedding
Hair fall rate and the hair shedding rate should be equal for healthy hair growth cycle but when the shedding rate exceeds the growth rate, baldness occurs
Common symptoms of male pattern baldness are
- Receding hairline from the forehead
- Balding patches
- Hair thinning
- Itchy scalp
- Reduced density of hair
Though male pattern baldness is more prominent after the age of 35 sometimes it can also show up in teenagers as low as 18 years of age.
Types of male pattern baldness
Two most common patterns of hair loss in men are
Hairline starts receding from the forehead, front and sides.
Normally it starts after 35 years of age and if not treated early by the age of 80 as far as 80 % of the hairs are lost.
Hair all over the head and mainly around the crown starts falling leading to baldness
So, if you are a teenager or even a middle-aged man, it’s my sincere recommendation to start with natural treatments such as homeopathy on noticing even slight symptoms of male pattern baldness.
Starting early helps not only to prevent further hair loss, strengthen the follicles and existing hairs but also reduces the recovery time.
Let us now discuss some of the common causes of male pattern baldness
Causes of male pattern baldness
Genetics play a major role in predicting whether you will have male pattern baldness or not.
This hair condition usually runs in families.
If such is the scenario with your family history as well, take natural treatments such as homeopathy which will check it at the initial stages itself. This is also the time where homeopathy will show you the maximum effect.
Change in hormones
Male pattern baldness is linked to male hormones androgens including testosterone and dihydrotestosterone. These hormones help in developing most of the male reproductive and body characteristics.
The hormone dihydrotestosterone, an androgen, through the process of miniaturization attaches itself to the hair follicles causing them to shrink.
The result is the growth of thinner and lightly pigmented hairs. This causes the shortening of the growth phase.
Though not every time stress is also responsible for hair loss.
Genetically caused hair loss is inherited but the stress-related hair loss is caused environmentally.
This kind of stress-related hair loss can be prevented if stress is managed properly.
Excessive stress can cause two types of hair losses
This is a less severe type of hair loss with hair lying dormant without growing for some months and falling out. After some months they grow back again.
White blood cells attack the hair follicles.
Here also, since homeopathy pays attention to your emotional and mental patterns as well- A homeopath performs a detailed personal analysis for prescribing you with the best remedy.
Side effects of medications
Many medications such as that of anti-cancer drugs can disturb the healthy environment for the follicles to grow hair.
This can cause rapid hair loss.
You can take the help of homeopathy even for this condition. By taking a proper homeopathy treatment, remedies check the toxic effects of such chemical drugs on your body and try to neutralize their effect.
Not only this, a proper remedy stimulates your body to detoxify the harmful drugs taken during the treatment.
Further, as a homeopathic remedy looks to the mind, body, and soul, – an overall improvement and complete well-being are obtained.
Male pattern baldness treatment in homeopathy
There are a variety of conventional treatments available which can help you regrow your hairs.
The conventional medicines work by stimulating the hair follicles to grow new hairs but it’s only after some time that visible side effects are seen.
These side effects may include unwanted body hairs, swelling in the face, difficulty breathing, increased heartbeat, allergies and many more.
So, frankly speaking, no conventional treatment is entirely safe.
But you have natural options such as homeopathy at your disposal.
Consult a qualified homeopath who will locate the underlying cause effectively.
Depending upon your specific symptomatic picture you might be recommended with different remedies.
If you still have any doubt or concerns, please feel free to drop me a message at info@RChomeopathy.co.nz and I will get back to you soon.
Note: Do not self-medicate any of the remedies listed above . Consult a qualified homeopath.