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There are many causes of hair loss. Both men and women can obtain it. It can be because of nutritional deficiency, hormone imbalance, stress, and diseases. But generally the most common cause of it is called adrogenetic alopecia. It is the medical term for hair loss or baldness. Adrogenetic refers to the influence of androgens (male hormones), and genetic predisposition to balding can be the reason of such a hair loss.Genetic is not that simple, and also the hair loss case. Just the presence of someone in your family of balding is not enough to predict that you will also become bald. It is really hard to predict who will go bald and how fast will it be. That is why planning for hair restoration will be very important for those people who gets alarmed about it. Read more on Cause of Hair Loss in Teens and Adults…

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We’ve always recomended Provillus based on what customers have had to say on various hair loss forums, blogs and review sites, and now we’ve found these customer reviews on video so you can see and hear how Provillus has helped others in treating thier hair loss.

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If you are in this circumstance right now, you may be stuck to some questions as to why this is happening to you or you are not yet expecting it to happen just yet. Well, you are not alone. This is because the patterns are not really recognizable unlike that with men.Women should not really be scared when they notice their hair thinning because it may be because of some illness or pregnancy that they experience this. Read more on Woman and Hair Thinning…

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Hair is the fastest growing tissue of the body, made up of proteins known as keratins. Every strand of hair is made up of three layers: the inner layer or medulla (only existing in thick hairs); the central layer or cortex, which determines the strength, texture, and color of hair and the cuticle, which protects the cortex. Hair grows from roots, which are enclosed in follicles. Below this is a layer of skin known as the dermal papilla, which is fed by the bloodstream transferring nourishments essential to keep from losing hair.

Only the roots of hair are in fact living, while the perceivable piece of hair is dead tissue, and thus unable to heal itself. It is essential then to take care of the scalp and body in order to maintain hair growth and preservation. Expensive treatments that claim to treat the visible hair and nourish it therefore are generally no more than bogus claims made to sell products. In order to not lose hair you need to treat the “root” of the problem. Read more on Why We Lose Hair…

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