Stop Hair Loss - Here's How

December 13, 2017


Having a full head of beautiful, lustrous hair has always been a goal for a lot of people.  Indeed, hair is not called one’s crowning glory for nothing.  However, ageing, the environment and other physical/emotional factors can affect the health of one’s hair—especially with regards to hair loss.

Truth be told, hair loss is something that both men and women must accept and contend with.  It’s simply a fact of life that hair thins as one ages, becomes brittle or even fall-off altogether; leaving that pesky bald spot that one can try to hide with weaves, comb-overs and perhaps, as a last resort, even wigs.

However, one can prevent, slow down or perhaps even stop this gradual hair loss altogether by getting to the root of the problem, thereby enabling one to understand that hair loss can be caused by a number of causes. Only then can effective treatment be ascertained and resorted to.

So what causes hair loss?  Here are some of the reasons:




Hair loss, especially male or female pattern hair loss is often genetic.  Our genes dictate that at a certain point in one’s life, we will lose hair.  Fortunately, majority of hair loss caused by genes occur later in life.  This is a reprieve of sorts as you can then manage possible hair loss with lifestyle changes (i.e. dietary supplementation) that can help strengthen hair.




Sometimes, it’s just the cards you are dealt with.  You may not desire it but disease and infection can actually take its toll on one’s hair, leading to hair loss later.  Diseases and conditions like fungal infections, folliculitis (inflammation of follicles), syphilis, and mite infestation can leave one with less hair. Some infectious conditions however, can be exacerbated by other conditions like too oily hair and the like.  Hence, scalp and hair health should be considered in the long run with regards to susceptibility to the diseases and infections that lead to hair loss.




Drugs for certain conditions can result in temporary or permanent hair loss.  This is especially true for drugs that are used to treat hypertension, diabetes, heart disease and cholesterol.  This is also true for drugs that affect the balance of hormones in the body like contraceptive pills, hormone replacement therapy drugs, steroids and even acne medication.  As the effects of drugs are difficult to ascertain, the advice of doctors and other medical professionals should be treated with gravity and with the seriousness that they deserve.



Physical in this instance refers to trauma—any distressing experience that affects the body.  Inadvertently pulling or tugging hair may result in hair being uprooted resulting to hair loss.  Unhealthy hair and scalp may likewise contribute to this, as brittle hair and a weak scalp are easily susceptible to any traumatic events (i.e. hair is so brittle that tugging with enough force can result in hair being pulled at the roots).  Of course, traumatic accidents are unpredictable but strengthening the hair and scalp through supplementation may minimize the effects of whatever trauma the hair and scalp might experience.



As mentioned, hormone imbalance plays a big part in hair loss. Actually, there are several reasons for this including imbalanced estrogen and testosterone levels, an overactive or under-active thyroid and insulin issues. Estrogen when balance completes a woman’s health, but when its levels dip, hair loss results. For men, on the other hand, having too much testosterone results in hair loss and unwanted hair growth in other areas of the body where hair shouldn’t be found in excess. What to do? Believe it or not taking fiber might prove ideal as it eliminates excess hormones from the body. Having oneself tested for several health conditions may likewise prove ideal—especially if maintenance drugs are involved. Of course, supplementation helps with vitamin C and collagen heading the list.


The effects of pollution should not be trivialized as the toxins in the environment can also result in hair loss. This is due to the accumulation of debris in the hair and scalp that can restrict the growth of hair. Pollution can likewise result in a weakened state of one’s hair, making it susceptible to trauma.





In the end, in the absence of any miracle drug that can result in immediate hair growth, the realization that hair loss is a natural progression of one’s physical development should be embraced.  This doesn’t mean of course that one should be resigned to it.  The health of one’s hair is actually a sign of one’s overall health. Hence, if your body is weak, expect dull, lifeless hair as well; or worse, hair loss. It is imperative then that one should be cognizant of supplementation when it comes to healthy hair.  Supplementing with collagen for instance is one way of making one’s hair strong and healthy.  Cosmo Skin Elite Collagen for instance, can provide daily collagen supplementation in a very convenient manner as it is in convenient capsule form.



Cosmo Cee Vitamin C supplement may likewise be taken as it encourages the production of collagen.  The vitamin is also important for strengthening hair, thereby minimizing hair thinning and hair loss in the process. Lastly, taking Fibermaxx dietary supplement may help in
balancing hormone levels in the body as fiber helps eliminate excess
hormones that contribute to hair damage and loss.

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