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40 steps to completely reverse M.P.B.

Discussion in 'Men's General Hair Loss Discussions' started by OverMachoGrande, Aug 8, 2009.

  1. baroudeur

    baroudeur Established Member

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    i agree on all exept for having sex, having sex increase dht,some will disagree but for me hairloss started at a time i was having sex 5 times a day ...
     
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    Thanks for posting those abstract docjo77.

    I have tried telling MisterE many times that IGF-1 is one of the many necessary growth factors required from proper hair growth.

    Another good one

    Dermatol Online J. 1999 Nov;5(2):1.

    Insulin-like growth factor 1 and hair growth.
    Su HY, Hickford JG, Bickerstaffe R, Palmer BR.

    Insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1) has been identified as an important growth factor in many biological systems.[1] It shares considerable structural homology with insulin and exerts insulin-like effects on food intake and glucose metabolism. Recently it has been suggested to play a role in regulating cellular proliferation and migration during the development of hair follicles. [2,3] To exert its biological effects, the IGF-1 is required to activate cells by binding to specific cell-surface receptors. The type I IGF receptor (IGF-1R) is the only IGF receptor to have IGF-mediated signaling functions.[1] In circulation, this growth factor mediates endocrine action of growth hormone (GH) on somatic growth and is bound to specific binding proteins (BPs). The latter control IGF transport, efflux from vascular compartments and association with cell surface receptors.[4] In tissues, IGF-1 is produced by mesenchymal type cells and acts in a paracrine and autocrine fashion by binding to the IGF-1R. This binding activates the receptor tyrosine kinase (RTK) that triggers the downstream responses and finally stimulates cell division.[5] IGF-1 may therefore be able to stimulate the proliferation of hair follicle cells through cellular signaling pathways of its receptors. Local infusion of IGF-1 into sheep has been reported to be capable of stimulating protein synthesis in the skin.[6] It may also increase the production of wool keratin. Recently, transgenic mice overexpressing IGF-1 in the skin have been shown to have earlier hair follicle development than controls.[7] In addition, this growth factor plays an important role in many cell types as a survival factor to prevent cell death.[8] This anti-apoptotic function of IGF-1 may be important to the development of follicle cells as follicles undergo a growth cycle where the regressive, catagen phase is apoptosis driven. In this review, the effects of IGF-1 on follicle cell proliferation and differentiation are discussed. In particular, the paracrine versus endocrine action of IGF-1 on hair growth and the targeting of expression of the growth factor to the follicles of transgenic animals will be emphasized. The anti-apoptotic role of IGF-1 in hair follicles is also reviewed. Prospects for future studies on hair and fiber growth by IGF-1 are discussed.
     
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    any update on this regimen?
     
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    In on roll bread
    no thnx jeff, some of my friends dont follow any of those steps and they have a model looking solid hairline. Lol, some even are on roids.

    This is some massive bs.
     
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    Lol ^^ Great list. Thanks!
     
  6. drgs

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    I was reading the thread, trying to figure out what this dude (powersam) is defensive about… Then I see his signature.

    "The paleo diet and some other stuff."

    The paleotards community have long ago admitted hair loss is a very common side effect of their diet.
    It is an axiom.

    http://paleohacks.com/questions/501076/your-hair-on-paleo.html
    http://paleohacks.com/questions/176541/hair-and-hair-loss-on-paleoprimal-with-varying-lev.html
    http://paleohacks.com/questions/504771/paleo-and-hair-loss.html
     
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  7. Digidako

    Digidako Established Member My Regimen

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    31. is a rule I will gladly oblige to
     
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    Yes, the OP (misterE) has been banned on every possible hair loss forum and is likely now bald as a cue ball.

    He was our squeegee/2young2retire back in 2010. Ah those were the times...

    [​IMG]
    I've seen this before... But where?!

     

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