Hair loss: This unusual 'fruit' could stop you going bald according to a study
HAIR LOSS is normal and occurs on a daily basis, but can also be temporary or permanent and a normal part of getting old. For those looking for a way to prevent hair loss, eating Japanese water chestnuts could the be answer.
HAIR loss is a normal condition that affects many people in the UK - but it can be upsetting. You could treat alopecia, or lower your chances of losing your hair, by simply using this "particularly strong" essential oil remedy. Should you speak to a doctor about hair loss treatments?
HAIR LOSS - Are there far too many strands lost down the shower drain? Does it upset you? One popular drink could stimulate hair growth.
Conclusion: Monotherapy of intralesional minoxidil is of a limited efficacy in treating non-severe patchy AA, but it speeds the recovery. PMID: 32643454 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
pagne C, Cooper HL, Patel GK, Macbeth A, Page M, Bryden A, Mowbray M, Wahie S, Armstrong K, Cooke N, Goodfield M, Man I, de Berker D, Dunnil G, Takwale A, Rao A, Siah TW, Sinclair R, Wade MS, Bhargava K, Fenton DA, McGrath JA, Tziotzios C Abstract Frontal fibrosing alopecia (FFA) is an inflammatory primary scarring alopecia of uncertain aetiology that represents a variant of lichen planopilaris.1 It predominantly, although not exclusively, affects post-menopausal women.2 Its pathogenesis is characterised by immune-mediated follicular destruction at the level of the hair bulge, which leads to a clinical phenotype o...
AbstractAndrogenetic alopecia (AGA), also termed as androgenic alopecia or common baldness, is a condition where there is androgen mediated conversion of susceptible terminal hair into vellus hair. Although it is reported more commonly in males, it also affects females but the incidence is relatively unknown. AGA tremendously affects the psychology of the patient due to its chronicity of treatment and cosmetic implications. There are numerous treatment options available for AGA but the choice of treatment has to often be tailored according to the patient ’s needs, affordability, and compliance. This review focusses o...
HAIR loss can steadily chip away at your self-esteem but evidence suggests you can do something about it. In fact, evidence recommends working a number of essential oils into your scalp.
Abstract OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the efficiency of high-energy photons for mitigating alopecia due to whole-brain irradiation (WBRT). METHODS: Planning computed tomography data from 10 patients who received WBRT were collected. We prepared four WBRT plans that used six or 15 MV photon beams, with or without use of a field-in-field technique (FiF), and compared outcomes using a treatment planning system. The primary outcome was dose parameters to the scalp, including the mean dose, maximum dose, and dose received to 50% of the brain (D50%). Secondary outcomes were minimum dose to the brain surface. ...
HAIR loss treatments must address the underlying cause of hair loss in order to be effective. If your hair loss is caused by alopecia areata, applying a natural cream has been shown to help.
HAIR loss can be attributed to numerous causes but pattern baldness is the most common in men. If you are looking for a solution, an algae extract has been shown to inhibit the underlying mechanisms that cause this hair loss.
Purpose: Permanent chemotherapy-induced alopecia (pCIA) is an increasingly recognised complication of taxane-based chemotherapy that may be associated with significant psychological morbidity . The prevalence of pCIA following docetaxel is poorly understood and there are no published data on paclitaxel chemotherapy. Here we analyse prevalence and patterns of pCIA in patients who received docetaxel or paclitaxel across two UK tertiary cancer centres.