Is Hair Loss Reversible?

A blad man and a man with a full head of hair wondering if hair loss is reversible or not.

Anybody who has lost their hair to pattern baldness has, at one point in their life wondered, if hair loss is reversible.

Actually, the above statement isn’t true. Many people who have hair loss blindly accept that there is nothing you can do to reverse hair loss. They don’t even look for answers and treatments. More still think that hair loss is only reversible with the help of drugs. Drugs like propecia that can have some seriously scary side effects.

I’m very happy to say that yes, hair loss is reversible, and naturally too.

Here are some good tips from Dr Axe. I wouldn’t say his advice is anything special but it’s certainly a good place to get started.

The main reason that hair loss is reversible is because male (and female) pattern baldness is not natural. It is a side-effect of modern life and there are specific dietary and lifestyle habits that cause hair loss in the first place.

Thankfully, this means there are also dietary and lifestyle habits that can reverse hair loss when done right. It does take time though. Hair thinning and receding takes place over a long time, and re-growing your hair is equally as slow. So if you’re looking for a magical solution, then this is not the place.

However, if you are looking for a natural, and permanent way to reverse your hair loss then you’ve arrived at the right place.

Bruce Willis is almost completely bald

It’s unlikely that Bruce Willis will be able to reverse the hair loss on the front of his scalp, but towards the back and sides of his head he will have a much better chance.

There is a caveat though. At some point, hair loss can become too far advanced to be reversed. This is because the dermal papilla, the part where the hair follicle grows from actually dies. Once it is dead it’s gone forever. Luckily most hairs that haven’t been bald for too long still remain in a dormant and stunted phase.

The root of the hair follicle can be recovered with the right steps, but you will need to attack the problem from multiple different angles to win.

Myself and hundreds of other men (and women) have used the following methods to reverse our own hair loss, and you can use them too. it does take consistency and commitment though. But in the long run its well worth it.

Not only can you re-grow your hair, but you fix the underlying problem that was causing hair loss in the first place too. Often this is something health related that was not quite right with your body.

Most of those who try these methods report feeling much more energetic, healthy and getting ill much less often. Our health and out hair are interconnected.

However, even very healthy people can have hair loss because they get  a few vital things wrong. And even unhealthy people can have thick, beautiful hair.

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The difference is called ‘genetic predisposition’ to hair loss, but that’s for another time. Below I will summarise an effective strategy for reversing your hair loss.

  1. Step 1 is minding the foods you eat since many foods can cause hair loss. Foods with a high glycemic index spike blood sugar levels which can increase DHT sensitivity. One of the best ways to block DHT naturally is to alkalise your body with alkalising food and vegetable juices and reduce free radicals with antioxidants.
  2. You will also want to remove DHT from the scalp using this method. This will help to actively stimulate new hair growth and recover from thinning and receding hair. You can make your own rogaine alternative, a homemade minoxidil and topical DHT blocker.
  3. There are certain rules about hair etiquette that are a minimum of what you should do. These involve stopping smoking, avoiding hot showers and not damaging your hair with color dyes and gels or waxes.
  4. There are also essential oils like rosemary, jojoba, lavender, avocado, cedar wood, tea treeemu oil and of course pumpkin seed oil which has been proven to increase hair count when taken as a supplement, that can help to repair and re-grow tired and lifeless hair. There is also the technique of mesotherapy and Ayuverdic medicine which has been quite successful for stopping and reversing hair loss.
  5. There are plenty of herbs, vitamins and supplements that can be used to fight hair loss too. There are specialist substances like folic acid, copper peptides, aloe vera, pygeum africanum, azelaic acid, saw palmetto and prostaglandin D2 that can also help you.

When you combine all of these together you give your hair every chance to grow. In my course, I call this phenomenon ‘Hair Equilibrium.’ Equilibrium is the balance between the unnatural forces that cause hair loss, and the natural forces that cause hair to grow.

In my course you’ll learn how to minimise all of the unnatural forces and maximise all of the natural forces. When you follow the instructions and do this, your hair will have no other option but to re-grow.

Hair loss is reversible, but it takes time and effort – But it’s well worth it. Let me guide you and show you how I did and helped others to do the same. If you have any questions please post them in the comments section below.

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Amanda says February 12, 2017

I have been suffering hair loss for a while, I’ve tried everything, from natural products to chemicals and nothing. And then…. I start using the homemade shampoos

I’ve only used twice, and so far I can say that it works well, with a good smell, this shampoo leaves hair soft, and since I use it I’ve noticed a decrease in hair loss. Plus is complete organic, sulfate free and it makes you feel the hair stronger than before.

I will not ever buy a different shampoo and I recommend it to anyone that wants more, fuller, and healthier hair.

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