HAIR LOSS & DAMAGED HAIR BEST REMEDIES
Written by Slawomir (“Swavak”) Gromadzki, MPH
Due to poor diet, nutritional deficiencies, as well as stressful and unhealthy lifestyle, hair loss, like fatigue, is an extremely common complaint today. Fortunately, there is a very effective way to deal with the problem.
– Stress, anxiety, depression, dehydration, bad diet, sugar, milk dairy products, cheese, pizza, stimulants (coffee, tea, chocolate, cola, drugs, etc.), refined products, excessive sexual practices (frequent masturbation, etc.), heavy metals, medication, deficiency of biotin, zinc, silica, sulphur, magnesium, omega-3, iodine, iron, vitamin D, skin diseases, menopause, sodium fluoride exposure, chemotherapy, etc.
– Frequent orgasms as a result of excessive sexual practices (especially masturbation and porno addiction) lead to a numerous and dangerous deficiencies of various hormones, neurotransmitters, and nutrients. That includes zinc, dopamine, testosterone, thyroid hormones, acetylcholine, prostaglandin E-1, melatonin, or DHEA. All of them are very important when it comes to sex and orgasm. This deficiency may lead to many different symptoms such as: Hair loss, thinning hair, semen leakage, elevated PSA levels, enlarged prostate, prostatitis, erectile dysfunction, frequent urination, incontinence, anxiety, depression, sleeping problems, shaking hands, fear, alienation, problems with concentration, poor memory and other cognitive functions of the brain, lack of motivation, mood swings, chronic fatigue, watery semen, poor multi-tasking ability, headaches, buzzing ear, lower back pain, eye floaters.
As a result of excessive sexual practices testosterone is converted into dihydrotestosterone (DHT) which binds to the hair follicles blocking their supplies of nutrients (proteins, zinc, biotin, sulphur, silica, etc.) causing hair loss. According to the American Hair Loss Association, “Dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a derivative of the male hormone testosterone, is the enemy of hair follicles on your head. Simply put, under certain conditions DHT wants those follicles dead. This simple action is at the root of many kinds of hair loss.” In addition frequent orgasms lead to a severe zinc deficiency as semen is very high in this mineral.
– The most important element of treatment is lifestyle and diet according to the HEALTH RECOVERY PLAN > as it deals with any possible causes of the hair loss.
– Avoid or at least significantly reduce consumption of refined foods (sugar white flour products, white pasta and rice, etc.), meat products, milk and dairy products (especially cheese and pizza).
– Avoid stimulants including alcohol, coffee and caffeinated products.
– Exercise every day for 30 to 60 min.
– Take alternative hot and cold showers to improve blood circulation.
– Include cooked and / or raw onion and garlic in your diet as they are high in sulphur. Sulphur is one of the key building blocks of hair. You can use onion also externally. According to the study from 2002, applied topically onion juice stimulates hair re-growth! Peel onion and chop it into small pieces. Extract the juice using a blender, grater or juicer. Mix about two tablespoons of fresh onion juice with two tablespoons of either cold-pressed castor oil or raw coconut oil. If you want this mixture to be even more effective in treating other problems such as dandruff you can also add a few drops of tea tree oil. Gently massage the mixture to your scalp and leave overnight. In the morning wash your hair with a good-quality shampoo or if you want to rinse it use only water with some lemon juice or apple cider vinegar to get rid of the onion smell. This formula is praised by many as one of the best ways of improving hair growth.
– You can use also Ginkgo biloba extract as it was demonstrated in 1993 that it was effective in stimulating hair regrowth in mice.
– Eat 1 – 2 tablespoons of soaked over night in distilled water pumpkin seeds as they should be high in zinc.
– Increase serotonin levels by exercise, sunlight, L-tryptophan, zinc, magnesium, folic acid, vitamin B6, and consuming complex carbohydrates instead of refined ones.
– Avoid masturbation and other excessive sexual practices. Masturbation is a very common sexual addiction that affects women and especially men leading to hair loss and other hair problems. If you feel it is your problem go to CHRONIC MASTURBATION & SEX ADDICTIONS > and read also about EMPOWERMENT > and the GOSPEL OF FREEDOM > as it will show you the best way of successful coping with any addictions.
The following testimony can be a proof of how important this element can be in dealing with hair loss: “Being a regular masturbator myself, at least once a day (sometimes 2 times). I thought the whole idea (of masturbation being a cause of hair loss) was ridiculous. Especially, when I have read so many articles before which stated that masturbation is good for you. However, I was intrigued by results of others, and my hair was so thin at the time that I was desperate to try anything. For about 8 months, I have been on Revivogen, MSM and Multi Vitamins, but I wasn’t having much success. At one point I also added the laser comb and was not having great results either. For two months now, I have stuck with the regimen, as well as added grape seed extract. I refrained from masturbating at all, and would only save it for times when I would have sex, which wasn’t very often, so this would work out in my favour. The results? In two months, my hair is growing thicker and thicker. There were previously thin areas on the front with minute hairs that would never grow, now they’re growing back! I know it sounds completely ridiculous, but I swear by this thing, that it has been working a miracle on my hair! Further to that, the benefits I’ve seen is that my legs don’t feel weaker, and my voice has gotten deeper. Which leads me to believe that my testosterone level is higher after I quit masturbation as opposed to creating more DHT which attacks the hair follicles when you experience orgasm.”
SUPPLEMENTS AND HERBAL REMEDIES
Please keep in mind that herbal remedies do not always work quickly so in order to see the results sometimes patience is required.
– Try a good quality multivitamin and mineral supplement or hair formula with Biotin, Zinc, Silica, L-methionine or L-cysteine, etc.
– B Vitamins are famous for benefiting hair, skin and nails, burning fat and sugars, increasing metabolism and energy levels. They also aid in healthy stress management and nurture the texture, thickness & colour of hair.
– Biotin 800mcg to 5000mcg: 1 a day with breakfast. Apart from zinc and vitamin B12, biotin is regarded as the most important vitamin to treat the hair loss. In one study which was published in 2009, biotin supplementation was even able to reverse hair loss as a side effect of using valproic acidin by epileptics patients!Biotin thickens hair, increases its elasticity and prevents dryness and breakage. It also helps make keratin, a primary component of healthy hair. Research reported that biotin deficiency leads to thinning of the hair, hair discolouration, hair loss and red rashes around the eyes, nose and mouth. A study conducted at Harvard University proved that biotin should be regarded as one of “the most important nutrients for preserving hair strength, texture and function, minimizing hair fall and averting grey hair”. According to a 2009 study, biotin supplementation was even able to reverse hair loss as a side effect of using drug valproic acidin. Biotin is regarded by many as the most important among all vitamins to prevent hair loss and maintain normal hair thickness and colour. Our hair is made of protein called keratin which consists of amino acids that are formed as a result of the reaction of biotin and various cell enzymes. It means that biotin participates in the synthesis of the protein keratin by reacting with cell enzymes to produce amino acids. In addition, biotin also helps carry oxygen to the cells in the follicles, making them energised and healthy. This is one of the reasons why biotin has been proven to be very beneficial in preventing hair from becoming brittle and dull. Numerous testimonial can be found online giving evidence that biotin supplementation is often very effective in strengthening hair: Karen Bailey: “After years of dandruff and taking every possible remedy I started taking Biotin. I couldn’t believe it when I noticed that I no longer had dandruff, my hair was shiny strong and growing. My face was clearer my nails grew faster. I’m certain I’ve spent a lot if money on dermatologist and prescriptions. I am finally free of dandruff.” (source >) Keycha Ramsey: “I have hyperthyroid and my hair was starting to fall out so i went and did some research for thyroid hair loss and i discover hair essentials and biotin i am taking both and it’s working wonders for me i was taking them for only 3 months and my nails are stronger.” (source >) Lynda Maria Schrom: “I take Biotin everyday and while it hasn’t made my hair thicker it certainly has stopped my hair from falling out and it really has mad my hair grow super fast. I’m almost in my 70’s and my hair is very healthy and shiny. I have been taking Biotin for 2 years now.” (source >)
– Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid), B12, Biotin, Folate, Zinc, and PABA (Para Aminobenzoic Acid), apart from strengthening the hair, help to prevent greying of the hair. Vitamin B5 seems to be the most beneficial supplement for those who suffer from skin problems such as acne.
– Amino acids L-Methionine and L-Cysteine are rich in sulphur which increases concentration of protein keratin – the key building block of hair, skin and nails. Without L-Cysteine, L-Methionine and keratin, the body could not make hair fibres.
– Zinc is a vital mineral for healthy hair, skin and nails. Experts maintain that zinc deficiency (very common today) can lead to deterioration of the protein structure of the hair follicle, weakening them and causing hair shedding and hair loss.
– Zinc, Vitamin B5 and B6 are absolutely crucial for synthesis and normal balance of female and male sex hormones as well as adrenal hormones, which could be one of the reasons why they are so beneficial for hair, skin and nails.
– Selenium, like Zinc, apart from being essential for the strong immune system, is also involved in maintaining smooth and elastic skin, strong and durable nails, and healthy hair. Selenium is needed for the proper functioning of thyroid involved in preventing hair loss. It has also anti-dandruff properties and helps remove fungus from the scalp.
– Iron is required for proper wound healing and helps improve hair texture by increasing the flow of oxygen and nutrients to the hair roots. A study reported that low iron levels increase the rate of hair fall. Get iron from natural sources such as chlorella, spirulina, wheat grass, etc.
– Magnesium, apart from relaxing muscles (including heart, uterus, stomach and colon) and supporting nervous system, is effective in reducing wrinkles. It also benefits allergic skin, helps combat breakouts or acne, and is needed to create strong hair follicles.
– Vitamin E contributes to hormonal balance and as an antioxidant it is very beneficial especially for the skin. It also promotes blood circulation and oxygenation, which in turn aids the body in producing new hair, skin and nails.
– Inositol helps lower circulating levels of androgen Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) which triggers production of the protein DKK-1 known to cause death of papilla cells responsible for the nourishment of hair follicles. According to a study men who took inositol supplements reported reduction in hair falling out.
– Vitamin C helps produce collagen, the protein found in hair follicles and skin. Being an antioxidant it also protects the same cells from damaging effect of free radicals.
– Silica complex (Now foods) 500 mg 180 tablets (1 tablet contains: Horsetail extract 500mg, Silica (from Horsetail extract) 40mg, oat straw (Avena sativa) 100mg, Bentonite mineral powder 10 mg, zinc 5mg, Calcium 50mg, manganese 2mg, boron 1mg)
– Chlorella, Spirulina or other super greens such as Barley grass powder to detoxify the body. Use them alternatively.
– Vitamin B12 in the form of Methylcobalamin (must be sublingual): 2000mcg under the tongue only after breakfast. Also premature grey hair might be the result of vitamin B12 deficiency (very common today). Apart from B12 also biotin, PABA, folate, silica, and chlorella are very helpful in preventing premature grey hair.
– One heaped tablespoon of ground flaxseed with breakfast and lunch.
– Vitamin D3: 20,000 IU a day. You must also take 2 x 400 mg of good magnesium as vitamin D leads to its deficiency.
– If anxiety and stress are among the factors that contributes to hair loss then Hops and Avina sativa (Oat straw extract) might be helpful.
– If your hair is dry it can be caused by malnutrition (nutritional deficiencies), hot and dry air in your room, dehydration, Omega-3 deficiency, eczema, hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid) or other factors including excessive washing and blow-drying, using detergents. In this case you need to drink more distilled or at least filtered water between meals, take good quality molecularly distilled Omega 3 supplements such as HealthAid Omega-3 750mg, and go to my article on eczema > and hypothyroidism > to find out how to treat these conditions.
– Raw organic coconut oil. According to Dr. Joseph Mercola, “Coconut oil, which is equally beneficial externally as it is taken internally, and can be used for both skin and hair. Coconut oil was the only oil that reduced protein loss for both damaged and undamaged hair. These findings were true when used as either a pre-wash or post-wash grooming product, but coconut oil achieved the greatest results when used as a pre-wash treatment. Part of the reason for this is because coconut oil is hydrophobic, meaning it repels water. So when applied as a pre-wash conditioner, it inhibits the penetration of water into each strand, which would otherwise cause the cuticle, or surface of the hair shaft, to rise, making it prone to damage and breakage. Furthermore, when applied as a pre-wash treatment, a small amount of the coconut oil is able to penetrate deeper into the hair shaft during the wash, when the hair fibre swells slightly.”
– Cold-pressed Castor oil. Castor oil is one of the best natural remedies to strengthen the hair. It also has strong antifungal properties and can help to treat certain skin problems. Apply it directly to your hair and skin, cover and leave over night. In the morning wash your hair with good quality shampoo (free from harmful chemicals) with biotin, sulphur, silica or herbs. Castor oil is also oil also stimulates the production of collagen, which helps to reduce wrinkles.
– Green clay: Mix clay powder with hot water. Make a paste. Place a thick layer of the paste on your hair. Cover with plastic bag. Live overnight. Clay absorbs toxins from skin and hair follicles and is one of the highest sources of silica. Great for face masks too.
– Read also about the GOSPEL OF FREEDOM as it will show you the best way to control stress, to get rid of anxiety, fears or depression as these factors greatly contribute to hair loss .
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