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Systemic Enzymes may increase Hair Growth

Enzymes exist to help make chemical reactions go faster and the body contains around 3,000 enzymes that are involved in more than 7,000 reactions.

They mostly work on circulation and combat inflammation.

Systemic Enzymes play an important role in the function of the body. Indirectly they can assist or inhibit hair growth. Maintaining a proper and balanced diet rich in unprocessed foods is important.



There are two main ways to increase your levels of systemic enzymes: take supplements or change your diet. While the supplements are the easy way out, if you want a more natural approach it is best to simply modify your diet

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What does having hair feel like?

Now you're probably wondering what could have possibly inspired us to blog about what it feels like to have hair!

But we genuinely believe that soshairloss isn't just another hair loss site.  Sometimes we get that urge to celebrate hair! Perhaps even in the sense of motivating you not to give up or at least to boost your morale by encouraging you to share in someone else's happiness.



Whichever way you look at it, the best way to celebrate plenty of hair is to curl it!

So - what does having hair feel like??  
You can almost run your fingers through it just by reading this amazing guide on how to curl your hair!

Why not bald gracefully? Try these hairstyles!

You've tried a number of products and ruled out surgery. At some point you might have decided to simply accept balding gracefully.

Let's find a hairstyle that suites you:

- The Jason Statham buzz cut
-The Jude Law one-inch
-The Roger Sterling part
-The Prince William layers

If all else fails, just shave it all off :)





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Summer hair loss is not a myth - say the experts

If you noticed extra clumps of hair falling out during the summer, it's not just you.

Experts claim that during the last hot months of the year, hair begins to shed more frequently - but it is nothing to worry about. 

It isn't due to premature balding, but rather due to the natural cycle of the body.


Follicles that held on tight during the year are no longer needed to serve as a shield against the sun, so they simply begin to fall out.




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Similarities between acne and hair loss

If you look at the causes of acne, you’ll see that they are very similar to the causes of hair loss:

- hormonal changes
-poor diet – too much of the wrong types of fat and sugar
-stress
-incorrect skin care
-inefficient liver


Acnetame- Vitamin Supplements for Acne Treatment, 60 Natural Pills

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B12 may be the root cause of Hair Loss and Grey Hairs

If you're going grey early or losing large amounts of hair, chances are you may be lacking in this important B vitamin - B12

Vitamin B12 is also called the 'energy vitamin' because it helps your body create energy from what you eat.



Read on to learn what happens if you don't get enough B12

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Sometimes you just have to accept hair loss

There might come a point where you'd might as well consider accepting hair loss and adopting it as a fashion statement. We actually know a few men who are much better off without hair!  So never give up - you never know... it might be your golden opportunity to shine as the new you!



Hair loss after gastric bypass

Immediately after a gastric bypass, there is the likely possibility of weight loss - you can lose as much as a pound or two of weight each day!

When the body experiences such rapid weight loss, it sometimes goes into a stress state in order to conserve resources. 



The result of this is that hair and fingernail growth might not be the same as it was before the operation. Typically this is stress-state after the operation is temporary and once your weight once again stabilizes then your hair and nail growth will return to its pre-surgery level.

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Jealousy and other feelings that come with Hair Loss

Jealousy is only one of a series of psychological effects that hair loss may cause especially if you are new to it.

This article mentions the most common feelings and thoughts when hair loss starts to kick in:

The end of youth: concerns about getting olderInability to style the hairDissatisfaction with appearance and body-imageLow self-esteemLoss of personal attractiveness and fear of not looking attractive to othersEmbarrassment, Loss of confidence, ShynessSocial teasing and humiliationFeelings of depression and introversionSubconscious emotions of envy and jealousyWork-related problemsNegative effects on social lifeBut read it till the end as the article ends on a positive note!


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Is this a Revolutionary Hair Transplant?

This video claims to introduce a revolutionary hair transplant. The resulting suture line is initially shocking to say the least, but it appears to heal to a relatively imperceptible level and the result seems quite credible.

Do you truly believe that this is a revolutionary hair transplant?  Leave us a comment. Tell us what you think.


Reduce Anxiety and the Hair May Come Back

If you suffer from anxiety, the good news is that not all anxiety-related hair loss is permanent. If stress and anxiety are what caused your hair loss, then reducing that anxiety greatly increases the chances of your hair making a come back.



Remember - not all hair comes back after it's lost regardless of the cause, and your hair loss may be natural and not caused by anxiety at all. No matter what, you need to make sure that you are addressing your anxiety directly in order to both reduce the likelihood of anxiety related hair loss and reduce the anxiety you experience because of your lost hair.


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Excessive swimming and hair loss. Is there a link?

Any pool chemicals or ocean salt poses a threat to your hair health, whether or not you suffer from a hair loss condition. These agents tend to make hair feel dry and brittle, which is easily remedied by reducing your swim sessions and practicing routine deep conditioning hair masks



The water of the swimming pool essentially contains chlorine, which work as an effective anti-bacterial and anti-algae agent, helping the pool water to stay clean and hygienic. The problem is that, no matter how good it is for keeping the pool water hygienic, chlorine takes a negative toll on your hairs. It damages the cuticles of the hair shafts, which triggers hair fall through breakage and in addition to that chlorine can also harm the hair follicles on the scalp which can cause extreme hair loss.
Being a natural product, ocean salt (sea water) should be less damaging to hair than chlorine
Either way, in this article you will find some useful tips on caring for your hair to minimise the damage.

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Hair loss could sometimes be a sign of something more serious

Hair loss is mostly genetic - and until a breakthrough solution is found - or surgery applied, this means permanent.

Sometimes hair loss could be temporary and reversible.  It may be induced by medicines, stress, environment or circumstance.

But sometimes hair loss can be a sign of something more serious going on in the body, such as health condition such as an under-active thyroid gland, cancer or lupus.



Never assume. If you suspect anything or if you are simply worried about your hair loss it is always best to consult a doctor for personal advice.

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