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A discussion of the four main types of hair loss treatments.

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Hormone Sensitivity, Inflammation, and Nizoral

Male Pattern Baldness is hormonal and genetic. A sensitivity to DHT (dihydrotestosterone) which develops in the scalp. This sensitivity can cause tingling, inflammation, itching, and scalp pain. Controlling both the DHT sensitivity and calming the scalp are critical to successfully treating hair loss.

This is why no matter what treatment regimen you use, Nizoral shampoo absolutely must be included. Though it is marketed as an anti-dandruff shampoo, it effectively handles both the hormonal and inflammation-related causes of hair loss. It is the only shampoo that can do this.

In fact, your first order of business is to go out and get Nizoral today, whether or not you have any current itching. Use it once every 3 days, and let it soak for the duration of your shower. No legitimate treatment (below) will work without it.

Four Types of Hair Loss Treatments

Expect your doctor to only know about Propecia and Rogaine. These two make up the backbone of a scientifically backed treatment regimen. However, there is a myriad of other potentially helpful treatments which can be used to enhance your results. Let's take a look at the four types of treatments which help stop hair loss:

  • DHT Inhibitors - These work to reduce levels of DHT, by inhibiting its creation. The result is less DHT in your scalp, and relief for your follicles from the damaging effects it can bring. DHT inhibitors are found in products like Propecia, and Revivogen. DHT inhibitors are equated with "stopping the cause of hair loss", and are the foundational component to treating it.

    Get your DHT Inhibiting Treatments now: Propecia, Generic Finasteride, Revivogen

  • Growth Stimulants - These include products like Rogaine Foam and Tricomin. There is a good side and a bad side to growth stimulants. While they create new hair growth, they do nothing to stop the cause, or further progression. Using only a growth stimulant can be an uphill battle. Two steps forward, one step back. Many guys combine DHT inhibitors with growth stimulants for a beautifully synergistic effect. Both stopping the cause, and stimulating new growth.

    Get your Growth Stimulant Treatments now: Rogaine Foam, Rogaine Liquid, Tricomin, Crinagen, Folligen

  • Antiandrogens - The king of antiandrogens is Topical Spironolactone Lotion, or S5 Cream. Whereas DHT inhibitors eliminate DHT, Antiandrogens like Topical Spi block DHT from reaching the follicle. This enables men to avoid systemic side effects of lowered DHT levels, and it is a phenomenally effective way of stopping the whole "hormonal" process from another angle. If you really want to go crazy, you can combine a DHT inhibitor, a growth stimulant, and an Antiandrogen for a complete, multifaceted approach.

    Get the most effective topical antiandrogen available today: Topical Spironolactone S5 Cream

  • Anti-Inflammatories - These treatments work to reduce inflammation, itching, redness, and flaking caused by the hormonal and immune system reactions going on in your scalp. Without an anti-inflammatory, your treatments will not work. We strongly believe that the best Anti-inflammatory on the market today is Nizoral Shampoo, and should be included in every regimen. Use once every 3 days, allow to soak for the duration of your shower, and rotate with any other shampoo of choice

    Get your Anti-Inflammatory Treatments now:
    Nizoral Shampoo, Tricomin, Folligen


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