I'm really freaked out about my hair loss, I suppose tha itt's a phase everyone goes through, though. My feeling is that I'm too unattractive to not have hair, so I'm intent on two things - one, I'll fight this as much as I can, and two, if I have to be bald I'm going to look like The Rock or Vin Diesel, so the gym is now a massive priority. The problem with that is a recent knee injury, so I need to address that, first.
So my appoach is as follows:
(a) Get a damned doctor, get a physical, and finally/actually go to the gym I have been paying for since January 1st (Sweet Jesus, it's IRS day already?!) Losing my hair has been a wake up call to take care of myself.
(b) Agressive product use...
- Promox 15% Lotion every morning. Contains: Minoxidil 15%, Azelaic Acid 1.5%, Progesterone 0.25%, Tretinoin 0.025%, Hydrocortisone 0.1%, Finasteride 0.1%
- Nizoral 2% Shampoo, alternating with Nano Shampoo daily
- Spironolactone Gel at night
(c) Peptides/Research Chemicals
Thymosin Beta 4 (now) & Astressin-B (after vendor fraud has been proven/dis-proven)
(d) Start an anti-inflammatory diet, aiming for low calories and low carbs to begin with, as I need to lose weight. The simplest way to do this seems to be to adopt - at least temporarily - a pescatarian/fish-based diet with no complex carbs/refined grains. It'll effectively be half vegetarian/half fish, and I imagine that I'll learn more about nutrition as time goes on. I'm 99.9% convinced that the diet will not help hair loss because there are countless healthy bald men and nutrition gurus walking around. But it won't hurt and those gurus aren't using products as aggressively as I am.