Hair Loss Cure

Hair Loss Cure

Hair Loss Cure with Mark Birch Hair products.

Causes and diagnosis of hair loss

Heredity

Male and female baldness are hereditary forms of male hormone baldness that affect up to 50% of men and 30% of women. About 20% of men start the process at the age of 20 and even earlier. Of 30- year-old men, 30% are already suffering from it, etc. For women, the process often begins at the age of 30. The rate of progression of hair output varies from person to person. Often the process takes years or even decades. The younger the hair loss begins, the faster it usually is. Hereditary hair loss is caused by male hor­mone DHT or dihydrotestosterone (5-alpha- dihydrotestosterone). It results in testosterone and 5-alpha reductase enzyme excretion in the testes and prostate and in addition to the hair follicle. Both men and women may lose their hair due to changes in the body’s hormone growth. If the DHT level is high during the rest period of the hair, it may completely prevent the forma­tion of new hair.

Aging

With age, the amount of hair de­creases steadily, as the hair growth period becomes shorter and the resting period increases. The hair becomes thinner and becomes softer, and no longer grows the same way as when young. Par­ticularly in women, hair thinning may affect the volume even more than the decrease in the number of hairs. Aging also affects hair color, composition, growth, and density. An older hair follicle produces less melanin, resulting in hair greying. Greying of the hair can sometimes begin earlier than the thirties and starts usually from the top of the head and from temporal areas. The speed of greying depends partly on hereditary factors. Already 40% of 40-year-olds have some grey hair. People born in Europe are greying out earlier than the Asian ones. The hair also becomes thinner as a result of aging, partly due to a reduction in melanin.

Menopause and hormones

During menopause, the production of estrogen in the female body decreases and finally ends. The amount of estrogen has a clear connection to the hair and scalp. While the amount of estrogen that maintains good condition of the skin and hair is reduced, the proportion of male hormones that promote hair loss increases and may contribute to accelerating hair loss. As a result of menopause, the the scalp become dehydrated lead­ing to thinning scalp and loss of elasticity. Changes in the skin leads to a lazy hair follicle and the blood circulation in the scalp becomes less active.

Pregnancy and breast-feeding

During pregnancy, blood estrogen levels are very high. It allows the hair of many expectant mothers to grow well and grow stronger than normally. After 1–3 months postpar­tum, estrogen levels are reduced to almost menopausal levels, and hair begins to loosen more than normal. Changes in the condition of the hair after delivery are therefore very common. Length of breastfeeding, versatil­ity of the diet, individual factors affecting the body affect the time to return to normal levels of es­trogen. A healthy and varied diet, as well as supplements and scalp treatments, help the body recover from the changes brought about by pregnancy and breastfeeding and promote hair growth.

Stress and insomnia

Stress and lack of sleep affects the body negatively; it increases stress hormone levels, and weaken scalp circulation. The oxygen and food intake of the hair follicles and the root deteriorates and the hair does not get the building materials to develop. Stress can trigger a lot of hair loss. In some people, stress may also cause obsessive symptoms such as the need to plucking or twisting the hair.

Weight loss

For the hair follicle to work actively, it needs to obtain enough amino acids, vitamins, iron, minerals, and trace elements daily. Dieting, one-sided diet, processed food containing additives, absorp­tion disorders, and soil deple­tion may affect the availability of nutritional and protective nutrients on the scalp. Hair is about 80% protein, which highlights the impor­tance of protein in the diet. Food supplements are recommended to support the diet if needed.

Drugs

Some medicines may cause hair loss as a side effect. Cytostatic medicines to treat cancer are common to cause hair loss and thinning. Beta-blockers, anti-de­pressants, painkillers, birth control pills, blood thinners, anti-hyperten­sive drugs, and Cortisones may all promote hair loss/thinning of the hair. Cortisones have a dehydrating and thinning effect on the scalp.

Smoking and alcohol abuse

Active and passive smoking, and excessive alcohol consumption burden the body and impair the nutrition intake and the health of the hair. Smoking affects the scalp blood circulation negatively.

Styling products

Residues from styling products, impurities, sweat, sebum, and dead skin cells are a much greater burden to scalp and hair as they can hinder hair growth. Disturbances are liminated by careful and gentle regular washing. If the scalp is dry, delicate, itchy or and sensitive, special attention should be paid to the selection of products.

treatments with mark birch hair

  • Antibacterial Shampoo - Triple Action Scalp Therapy
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  • TR2 Scalp Therapy Lotion - for Thinning Hair and Hair Loss
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  • Anagen 10 Amino-Collagen Hair Booster
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  • TR3 Double Strength Scalp Therapy Lotion - for Thinning Hair and Hair Loss
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WE ALL KNOW THAT HAIR LOSS HAS AN IMPACT IN LIFE

Hair loss and thinning causes great stress and dissatisfaction for both women and men. It is often thought that men who suffer from male-type hair loss accept the situation, but most men would do almost anything to change it. Thick and shiny hair still represents men’s health and vitality. For women, beautiful hair represent femininity and charm. The premature hair loss is a delicate topic to be avoided by both women and men. Hair loss affects many aspects of life, such as relationships and working life, and self-esteem. Hair loss and baldness, especially in young people, can cause varying degrees of mental symptoms and shame. Hair loss affects about 60% of women and 85% of men at some point in their lives. Hair loss and thinning or baldness are not always a permanent condition.

At Mark Birch Hair we off the best hair loss cure products.

Our Hair Growth Treatment and scalp care products are state of the art options for results:

• Antioxidants+: Antioxidant is a product specifically formulated to promote the growth of strong, healthy hair and support scalp health. Contains herbs and nutrients with antioxidant activity.

•  Triple Action Scalp Therapy Shampoo: is an effective therapy shampoo for treating hair loss and maintaining healthy scalp. It is very beneficial for treating dandruff, eczema, and psoriasis, itchy and flaky scalp due to its anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antimicrobial and fungicidal properties.

• TR2 Scalp Therapy Lotion: Specially formulated for thinning hair and to prevent hair loss. The TR2 Scalp Therapy Lotion is a combination of stimulants, herbal extracts and vitamins. TR2 has no added preservatives, no parabens, and no solvents and is biodegradable.

• T3 Double Strength Scalp Therapy Lotion: Specially formulated for thinning hair and to prevent hair loss and hair growth treatment. TR3 Scalp Therapy Lotion is a combination of stimulants, herbal extracts and vitamins. TR3 is double the strength of TR2, it has no added preservatives, no parabens, and no solvents and is biodegradable.

• VITB+: B-vitamins are needed for proper functioning of the metabolism, the nervous system, vital organs, eyes, muscles, skin and importantly hair. In fact, VITB+ plays a major role in improving the quality of your hair because inadequate amounts of Vitamin B could lead to the thinning of the hair resulting in stunted hair growth and the lack of density which eventually can lead to hair loss.

• SERENOA: Serenoa+ ingredient Saw Palmetto is one among the many naturally occurring 5-alpha reductase inhibitors that has gained popularity as a remedy for androgenic alopecia.

• Protein Hair Conditioner: Mark Birch Protein Hair Conditioner is an effective conditioner for maintaining soft and shiny hair. It is ideal for thinning or damaged hair and helps fight hair loss, whilst conditioning and moisturizing it at the same time.

The Mark Birch Trichologist™️ Range

Our extensive line of Hair Loss Cure products, reconditioning and restoration formulas work to treat the cause of degenerative hair condition problems rather than the symptoms. Each contains essential vitamins, proteins, nutrients and amino acids to form a natural energizing complex which works within the scalp and hair follicles to regenerate and revitalize growth and condition.

The Mark Birch product range can be used on all hair types and scalps. Originally developed for use on hypersensitive scalp conditions, they are non-toxic and non-irritating. All products are 100 percent biodegradable, environmentally friendly and color and perfume free. Mark Birch Trichologist products are also vegan and manufactured under strict quality control in UK to meet the highest international quality control and regulatory safety and environmental standards.