Hair loss causes
By PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines
In the search for hair loss causes and male pattern baldness, researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania have identified a protein known as Prostaglandin D2, which would be the cause of hair loss and male pattern baldness.
Examining hair loss causes of men bald areas of male pattern baldness and comparing hair populated areas of non-balding men, researchers found the presence of abnormal amounts of protein Prostaglandin D2 and corroborated these findings in mouse models. Prostaglandin D2 levels were up to 3 times higher in … Read the rest
Hair Loss In Women
By PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines
Persistently researchers try to find new medical options to successfully treat hair loss in women, a condition that is increasing every day and that overwhelms many women.
If a woman suspects or notice hair loss, before resorting to any remedy for hair loss available on the market, see a doctor, which in this case is the dermatologist.
Hair loss in women can be a warning sign of more as thyroid disease or hormonal abnormality, which is why the dermatologist should get early and accurate diagnosis of hair loss.
Unlike in … Read the rest
This is a question that often men and women formulate to their friends, and mainly to the dermatologist.
Everyone is looking for a hair loss treatment or alopecia that really works and the answer depends on the cause or causes that create hair loss.
Hair loss Treatment in Women
For example, some young women lose a lot of hair due to polycystic ovary known by the acronym of PCOD. This hair loss may be temporary and may also result in hair thinning; in these cases, after an analysis, the accurate solution provides the dermatologist.
Other causes require … Read the rest
Via tweakyourbiz.com- Maricel Rivera
Starting a business can be a daunting endeavor, especially if all you have is a cool product and not enough capital. In the tech world, or in any other niche for that matter, most startuppers fail not because they have bad products but because they are unable to generate enough consumer interest in their products.
Considering overheads and other back-office expenses, this scenario doesn’t come as a surprise. So if you’re still starting out and find yourself strapped for much needed funding to keep your startup afloat, the following free business productivity tools are worth checking … Read the rest
Via telegraph.co.uk Rosa Silverman
Following four out of five golden rules for healthy living lowers the risk of developing dementia by more than a third, a study has found.
Analysis by Age UK suggested that lifestyle was responsible for 76% of changes in the brain and that people could go some way to avoiding the disease by adopting or quitting certain habits.
Taking regular physical exercise, eating a Mediterranean diet, not smoking, and drinking alcohol in moderation were all found to decrease the risk of developing Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
In addition, preventing and treating diabetes, high … Read the rest
By PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines
Shampoos, as we know them today appeared for the first time, around 1930, with the name of “Drain” and was the first shampoo to replace SOAP by synthetic surfactants. The shampoo are designed to remove dirt, oils, particles of skin, dandruff and other debris that accumulate in the hair without stripping natural oils from the scalp.
The first manufacturer of shampoo was Kasey Herbert in 1927 and the German Hans Schwarzkopf’s of Berlin, invented liquid shampoo.
Due to the common problem of hair loss, especially among males, have been formulated many shampoos claiming to be … Read the rest
Almost all of the cases of permanent hair loss or balding is a result of hereditary influences. Temporary hair loss, on the other hand, can result from nutritional deficiency, among other causes. If the proper diet is maintained, poor nutrition will be avoided. Thus, this will help reduce hair thinning and loss. Here are a few facts that may help us determine what and what not to include in our diet:
1. A high-fat and high-sodium diet contributes in hair loss. Such a diet harms our kidneys and increases the acidity of our blood, resulting in hair loss. … Read the rest
Suffering from hair loss? Include these foods in your diet to maintain healthy mane.
Eggs: Rich in biotin, a B vitamin essential for hair growth and overall scalp health, eggs are great for hair. Include these protein-rich foods in your diet or you can even opt for a homemade hair mask containing egg and olive oil. Mix two egg whites with four tablespoons of olive oil. Make it into a thick paste and apply it on your hair. Leave it for 30 minutes and then rinse. Some other high-biotin foods include peanuts, almonds, wheat bran, avocado and low-fat … Read the rest
Via dailymail.co.uk- MADLEN DAVIES
- New Bulletproof coffee widely available in the U.S. has come to the U.K.
- Involves adding a dash of coconut oil and 2 tbsp of butter to organic coffee
- Creator Dave Asprey claims it gives 6 hours of energy and burns fat all day
- He also says it keeps people alert and ‘firing on all cylinders’
- Critics say it is a marketing con underpinned by shaky science
- Some nutritionists warn butter raises cholesterol and increases stroke risk
- But others say ‘fuelling on fat is better than fuelling on carbohydrates’
A new craze has coffee drinkers blending two … Read the rest
Best Hair Loss Treatment
By PC. Luis Quiroz R.
Men and women above 35 years usually are constantly struggling against baldness and hair loss, sometimes prematurely. Hair loss can be devastating, especially for women, and different aspects of life are affected by a seemingly cosmetic problem. Only in the U.S. at some level affects more than two-thirds of Americans. Over 35. 95% of baldness in men is called male pattern baldness.
Best Hair Loss Treatment, Prevention
Every day patients seek the best treatment for hair loss, but every day are also more interested in the prevention … Read the rest