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    Default Hair loss Is preventable and reversible. A must Read!

    Beating hair loss is a multidisciplinary approach that is rearely reached to a combination of misinformation and lack of self control. I think of growing hair much like anything that grows in that all requirements must be met for optimal growth. A plant does not just need sune it needs waters as well. Any given plant also needs specific nutrients and optimal shade and temperature. So then like a plant hair growth also is reliant on various contributing factors that I will explain shortly. Inversely variouis key factors also contribute to hair loss and fixing just one will not suffice as many aspects must be addressed. Male Pattern Baldness is absolutely preventable and to a large degree it is reversible.

    Blood to the Scalp::::This is a controversial topic because it has been well established that decreased blood flow is measured in the areas of the scalp that are balding however some people believe this is the result of hair loss rather then the cause of it, I believe the latter. Decreased blood flow is not arguable the tests quite literally show if you are going bald then there is decreased blood flow in the area that you are balding. When comparing balding and non-balding men all signs point to one common and very noticeable feature of the balding heads.....a tight scalp. Observing a tight scalp which can be done with your own two eyes, is easy. I have done this by watching and comparing the lines in the foreheads of people lifting their eyebrows. People who are balding young have these lines way south of their hair line and on the other hand older men who have no noticeable thinning or receding have very thick cushioned skin that makes lines up their forehead much closer to the hairline. In the young balding men they can not make their part of the scalp that once contained hair move no matter how hard they lift their eybrows. This is a major problem because it suggests two fundamental issues with blood flow, one being that tightness on the scalp means the skin is applying downward pressure on very small capillaries bringing blood to the hair follicle creating a choking situation. Second, muscle contraction is how your body moves blood through the capillaries which is why exercise has such a good effect on blood flow. If then when you contract these muscles and no movement occurs then the top of your scalp is excessively stagnant or blood flow is rather stationary. This key is important because the top of your head being north of your heart is working against gravity and combining this issue with a world overwhelmingly sedentary blood flow has no chance to get to the root of the problem, no pun intended. So then what is hereditary hair loss? It's the shame pf your head. That is right a protruding forhead is likely to stretch the skin and muscles in the neck get tigher pulling down harder as you get older as the "choking gets worse". Dont' beleive me? Find a friend older then thirty with absolutely no receding (this is hard but their out there and the older the better because that individual is obviously beating hair loss) and look at their head from the side profile I bet they have a small forehead possibly even going inwards rather then protruding out. Maybe their skin is really thick or loose one thing I can promise is it wont be tight. The best exampe are people who have protruding eye brows that stick out further then their forehead these genetically un-predisposed people will never experience hair loss because there skin is in a loose constant state of relaxation and whith one unintentional lift of the their eyebrows blood is easily sent flowing across the scalp, no downwards pressure exists at all. You can see it too as they lift their eyebrows the entire scalp moves as appose3d to protruding foreheads or tight scalps the movement stops often way south of the hair line. The degree to which this pressure is applied and where it is applied on the scalp varies greatly from one person to the next due to various head shapes, muscle tensions, and scalp thickness thus explaining the various patterns at which men lose their hair. This decreased blood flow allows for something to cause hair loss that cause is well established as being DHT or Dihydrotestosterone which I will explain in the following post so please wait to reply.

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    DHT what is its role?
    So then we understand now that a tight scalp is what enables hair loss by slowing blood flow it actually allows something else to cause it. DHT is one of the causes backed by much research now. DHT is converted in many places in your body but for men it's largely made in the prostate. The prostate and hair loss are parallel in many studies, often seeing correlations such as prostate concer and early blading. In fact many young men who are prematurely balding report decreased urine flow which is often associated with enlarged prostate. Not to mention the only hair loss medication that works shrinks the prostate. This next statement is highly debated often accompanied by strong emotion driven arguments. I will clarify what ejaculation is and how it contributes to hair loss so please don't jump to conclusions. A man has sex or masturbates and he puts out a substance (sperm) so complex and so unique its considered the highest collection of vital nutrients in one place on the human body. We are talking nutrients, fats, minerals, vitamins, growth factors and all in abundance. After doing this your life, if allowed, becomes an unbalanced math equation. Dont think so? Look the composition of your ejaculation and then check the labels on the back of your potato chips and all processed foods for that matter you will see that you put out way more then you take in. There are several nutrients that you can only get from food leaving your body via ejaculation. so if you are unbalanced then you are quite literally being counter productive. Its simple math if you cant understand then take an Intro Chemistry and pay attention to a fundamental law that matter can neither be created nor destroyed and freshin up on balancing equations. The point is that if you ejaculate 1 gram of various nutrients then you need gram of the same nutrients replaced plus whatever else your body needs. It just so happens most of us are so nutrient deficient that we are literally putting out more then we take in and the first place this shows is skin tone followed by hair loss and ultimately leadint to more serious health conditions. Back to DHT....Dihydrotestosterone is converted from Testosterone via the 5-Alpha reductase. DHT would be described by a Chemist as a much larger, thicker, orm more active version of Testosterone and allthough they sound alike they are very different. DHT promotes hair growth in other places in your body primarily the face and alternatively seems to cause hair loss on the head as it gets "stuck" in the hair follicle (this is due to decreased blood flow again DHT is too thick for the sluggishly slow blood flow in balding scalps). WHich explains why balding often coincides with an increase in thickness and hair count on the face. Think of when you began loseing your hair you probably (but not always) noticed facial hair come in right about the same time as you began thinning/receding. Regardless if your scalp has allowed balding prior to, around 20 years old your prostate reaches the end of an other wise rapid growth in which per ejaculation you're putting out more DHT then ever before. This combined with a scalp that has finally finished growing, mucle tension caused by various things, and bad diets its no coincidence taht balding often starts for individuals at this age. To recap and clarify, nutrients are vital to hair growth but more importantly to scalp health they bring and synthesize a fatty cushion on the scalp decreasing the pressure applied to the cappillaries as well as increase the flow of blood by promoting arterial wall health. DHT(under the wrong conditions) builds up in the hair follicle and in a sense chockes them. It would also be wise then to note that anything that promtoes arterial flow would be good for hair growth, decrease bad fats, exercise, sunlight, cold temperature and quitting smoking all would be important contributors for better scalp/hair health.

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    I am attempting to make clarifications but more importantly to stimulate good thought as too how we can test ways to cushion the scalp and balance the equation of input and output of nutrients via ejaculation. Don't get caught up in assuming the male reproductinve system has no correlation with MPB that would be absurd. Male Hormones, prostate medications...dont be ignorant there is a very apparent link and with some adding and substracting you can see why. Ejaculating too often is only a measure of the output and input of what is lost. So then you can ejaculate as frequently as you want as long as you replace what is lost however for most of us this is just not the case.

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    sorry for the spelling erros I typed this rather fast and did not use spell check.

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    Blood to the Scalp....
    stopped reading at that point. Good luck with whatever you're selling....

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    Well this settles it - someone call the big companies and tell them we've solved it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2020 View Post
    stopped reading at that point. Good luck with whatever you're selling....
    Hmm.... Interesting why would you stop reading here? I don't sell anything? Its proven balding areas of a scalp have decreased blood flow would you like the study?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beatinghairloss View Post
    Hmm.... Interesting why would you stop reading here? I don't sell anything? Its proven balding areas of a scalp have decreased blood flow would you like the study?
    yeah okay so every coma patient must be losing hair fast.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2020 View Post
    yeah okay so every coma patient must be losing hair fast.....
    I dont understand the question? Coma patients are unable to produced DHT as not only can they not ejaculate but they also dont move much being that DHT is also created in the mucles. Besides if you are refering to the lack of blood flow your mistaken its actually a lack of oxygen that iduces a coma? Its also imporant to note the blood going to your brain is not the same as the blood going to your scalp? Your exampe of a coma is not the best counter argument. And by the way do you know very many people that have been measured for hair loss during long periods in a coma? that would be an interesting study please share.

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    Why are u doing this? Just go away..

    you can't just post all this without sources to back it up

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