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Take note on Belgravia's tips for prevting hair lossIf you’re experiencing a concerning amount of hair loss, you’re reading the wrong article. Depending on the cause of your condition and its stage of progression, you’ll need an individualised combination of hair loss treatments to stabilise and reverse the effects.

However, if you’re genuinely worried that hair loss is in your future – and chances are if you’re reading this you are – there are some simple tips that will help you in your daily life to maximise the quality and minimise the loss or your hair.

TIP: Eat foods for healthy hair
There is no single food that prevents hair loss, but good nutrition is essential for healthy hair growth and there are foods that can help to fight against the balding process. Stick to fresh fruit like bananas for potassium and biotin and oranges for vitamin C, green leafy vegetables for iron and cucumbers, peppers and bean sprouts for silica. Eggs and chicken are great suppliers of protein and lean red meat is your best source of iron.

TIP: Give up smoking
Hair loss is “significantly increased” in smokers according to research. It’s believed that the various toxins, chemicals and carcinogens have a damaging effect on keratins – the basic protein molecules that form the hair structure – by hindering circulation which cuts off the flow of blood to the follicles. As a result, hair becomes weak and brittle, hair growth begins to slow and the health of hair follicles and scalp tissues is heavily compromised.

TIP: Minimise alcohol intake
Alcohol is an enemy to your hair. It’s a diuretic which means it can dehydrate the body, making the hair dull, dry and brittle, and liable to breakage. Not only that, researchers says that alcohol affects nutrient levels and can cause a deficiency in zinc which could lead to hair loss.

TIP: Massage your scalp
Ok, so it may not singularly prevent hair loss but it feels pretty good and a scalp massage is just about one of the most relaxing things in the world. Whenever you’re feeling stressed, take time out to breathe and start massaging your temples in slow, slightly pressurised circular movements, moving all the way over your head. Guaranteed you’ll feel less stressed afterward, handy considering we all know stress accelerates hair loss.

TIP: Get enough consistent rest
The hair is very sensitive to changes within the body, and hair loss is nearly always the consequence of an internal disturbance. Alterations in sleeping patterns have been shown to affect the body’s immune function, hormone secretion, and physical and mental stamina, which can all wreak havoc on our tresses. Everyone’s needs are different but generally speaking you should try to get about eight hours sleep a night and try to go to bed and wake up at the same time as much as possible.

TIP: Don’t over-style
Excessive straightening, curling and dyeing can cause hair to become dry, brittle and susceptible to breakage – all of which damage the quality of your hair. Constant braiding or wearing hair in tightly-pulled styles can not only give you a headache but also result in bald patches. Traction alopecia is a common result of such styling and you may need professional advice about how to reverse the damage and learn how to manage your hair more effectively.

More Information: Contact the Belgravia Centre on 020 7730 6666 or send an email. The UK’s leaders in hair loss prevention also provide a world-wide online hair loss diagnostic form if you’re concerned about thinning hair, hair loss or baldness.

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Will baldness strip Joss Stone of her crowning glory?It’s not such a Wonderful World when a woman’s told she’s going bald but it’s a reality soul singer Joss Stone may have to face if she doesn’t quit dyeing her hair, according to one well-wisher.

“I went through a stage where I was dying it blue, purple, pink and wearing really colourful clothes,” the 22-year-old said. “But you have to bleach it before you put the colour on and that was ruining it.”

The Right to be Wrong singer was told she was at risk of hair loss while working on her comeback material.

“Someone said you have to stop otherwise all your hair will drop out. I seriously didn’t want that to happen. So I ditched the colour and went back to being natural again.”

It’s nice to see Stone getting back to her roots so no one better tell her that the use of hair dye won’t render her bald! Of course there’s a limit – dying can result in some degree of thinning hair – but such procedures do not damage the hair follicle within the scalp to cause baldness.

Some degree of chemical damage is unavoidable. Bleaching and dyeing change the hair structure because they have to penetrate the cuticle and get into the cortex where they have their effect. Such damage may result in hair breakage, but it’s only surface hair loss and will grow back if the hair follicles are still healthy.

Significant hair loss as a result of colouring is generally the result of a serious chemical burn to the scalp that destroys the hair follicles – or if you have a predisposition to female pattern hair loss. There are effective hair loss treatments that can halt and reverse the damage so if the condition of your hair isn’t getting any better, talk to a hair loss specialist and determine if it’s related to your hair styling habits, or if it’s something else.

Contact the Belgravia Centre on 020 7730 6666 to book an appointment with a specialist or send an email for more information. Alternatively, fill in the online hair loss diagnostic form and a Belgravia treatment advisor will contact you with the results and individualised advice.

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We’ve covered it up, shaved it off and even lathered it with chicken dung (well, at least men in the 17th century did!) – but the latest efforts of a university lecturer could pave the way for the development of treatments that would make hair loss, in years to come, seem a ludicrous thing of the past.

Embryonic stem cell research is getting closer to finding a cure for baldnessMariko Yamaki, from the Matsumoto Dental University, was able to regenerate hair on mice with a combination of skin cells and mesenchymal stem cells (ones that develop into various organs of the body).

Yamaki said it would be difficult to regenerate hair using only embryonic stem cells, however, hair growth was observed on all 12 mice that had the mixed clumps implanted on their back muscles.

About 40% of the 48 clumps had one or two hairs growing from them and when protein was added, the hair growth rate increased to about 60%.

“If embryonic stem cells are combined with mesenchymal stem cells, which perform a number of other functions, a different organ can probably be created,” Mr. Yamaki said.

“The first thing I want to try to do is regenerate hair using human embryonic stem cells.”

Here’s hoping – details of his discovery will be published in the May edition of The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine magazine.

In the meantime, find out about the most effective medical hair loss treatments for men and women and see the hundreds of hair loss success stories where people are already turning hair loss into hair growth.

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Question Have you heard of Aminexil? Does it work?

Aminexil is produced by cosmetic company L'Oreal and unproven for hair lossAnswer: Aminexil is a patented chemical molecule developed by L’Oreal and is claimed to help prevent perifollicular fibrosis (scarring of the hair follicles) that has been heavily promoted as a treatment for hair loss. The company did come under a bit of fire about that because they’re a cosmetic company and not a pharmaceutical one. Still, aminexil is found in quite a few topical hair loss products, none of which have been proven or licensed for the treatment or prevention of hair loss.

Even after 15 years of independent research, aminexil is not a licensed treatment for hair loss because any medical product must have regulatory approval (such as from the MHRA (UK) or FDA (USA)) before it’s considered a safe and effective treatment. To get a medical license the manufacturer must conduct a scientific study that is statistically relevant and it must meet all of the clinical research regulations published by the regulatory bodies. Currently, there are only two products that have been licensed for the prevention of hair loss by both the MHRA and the FDA, and aminexil is not one of them.

Aminexil is said to work in a similar way to the proven hair loss treatment minoxidil. However, aminexil is often mixed with minoxidil and if it was to work to any degree it’s likely to be the minoxidil that helps and not the aminexil.

That’s not to say using aminexil will have no benefit – there isn’t any evidence to say that it doesn’t work. However, there’s also no conclusive evidence to say that it does.

For more treatment reviews visit our hair loss products page, or find out more about the clinically proven hair loss treatments.

Parents are invariably a source of stress for many people – they may even cause your hair to fall out. If hair loss runs in your family, there’s a significant chance it could affect you at some stage. But spending time worrying about your hair loss will do you no good. In fact, stress is an instigator of hair loss in predisposed people and could lead to thinning hair and a myriad of other health problems in others. Hence, reducing stress will help prevent hair loss.

Your body is like a well-oiled machine – each part is dependent on the other to operate in perfect harmony and when your body is under stress, it does not function as it should. Physical and emotional stress can lead to exhaustion, depression, anxiety – all of which have a damaging effect on your hormones and when your hormones are out of whack, it can trigger a series of events that can wreak havoc on your skin, nails and hair.

Fragile, brittle and thinning hair can be an indication that you’re running your engine dry and that you need to reduce the stress in your life. Hair loss is a manageable condition but you should make every effort to prevent it’s occurrence by looking after and listening to your body.

Reduce stress levels and hang on to your hairWhat Can I Do?

If you’re near the point of exhaustion, make an effort to slow things down. Get your eight hours of sleep a night, make sure you’re getting all the nutrients your hair needs through a balanced diet, and just breathe.  Your body needs oxygen to aid in circulation and your hair follicles benefit from superior circulation. Perform deep breathing exercises, sit upright and take a walk during your lunch break. Open spaces and a little fresh air goes a long way in relieving stress.

Meditation and yoga or any form of relaxation techniques can also help you reduce stress and anxiety and can help you maintain a positive attitude. Not only do people with positive attitudes live longer, they are also healthier, happier and may even have better hair.

If All Else Fails?

Sometimes hair loss cannot be prevented by merely changing your diet, exercising or reducing stress levels. There are a lot of factors that influence hair loss but there are also many misconceptions about what can prevent hair loss. For instance, some people think frequent ejaculation may instigate male pattern baldness so withholding will prevent it. However, while it does temporarily increase testosterone levels, it does not correlate with an increased risk of hair loss. In fact, it could be great stress reliever so – theoretically speaking – it may help prevent the onset of hair loss.

If you do start to notice your hair thinning or are starting to recede, the best thing you can do is accept that there may be times when you cannot do anymore to prevent it and seek the advice of a hair loss professional. Worrying about hair loss only makes it worse so get an experts opinion and an individualised hair loss treatment to address the condition and you may just be surprised at how much better you feel once you decide to do something about it.

To book a free appointment with a hair loss professional, call the Belgravia Centre on 020 7730 6666 or send an email. If you can’t get to the London centre, don’t stress – simply fill in the online diagnostic form for free expert advice and access to a personally tailored hair loss treatment program from anywhere in the world.

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If you’re scratching your head about hair loss – stop. Itching caused by dandruff can damage your hair at the scalp’s surface and result in breakage and subsequent thinning. While it may not be the root cause of your hair loss, dandruff symptoms can irritate the condition and damage the quality of your hair. However, the latest shampoo by Head & Shoulders is the solution to male hair loss, according to their International Hairstylist, Ben Skervin.

‘Hair Endurance’ is essentially an anti-dandruff shampoo but it’s giving men the impression that it will prevent hair loss. Head & Shoulders say the product is designed for men to offer relief to stressed and thinning hair and protect it against damage that could lead to breakage and further thinning.
A clean scalp is essential for healthy hair growth but shampoo won't stop hair loss
“Men often tend not to pay too much attention to caring for their hair, and will wash with harsh shampoos or even shower gels, which can do lots of damage,” Mr Skervin said. “Hair Endurance is the ideal solution for men to have great looking hair, as it addresses the issue of hair loss and damage right from the root, restoring great looking hair to men, and in turn restoring their confidence.”

It’s a bit of an exaggerated claim… Dandruff does not directly cause hair loss but the rubbing and scratching as a result of the irritation could aggravate the problem and cause further damage the condition of your hair. Hair care products that reduce scalp inflammation may help reduce the severity of the condition but you shouldn’t count on any shampoo to stop your hair loss. Male pattern baldness is primarily determined by genetics, which is why most balding men lose hair on top and still keep hair on the sides regardless of dandruff or scalp inflammation.

You should consult a hair loss specialist if excessive shedding is causing you concern because, even if you are indirectly losing more hair due to dandruff, there are many other causes which should be ruled out. Furthermore, knowing the direct cause will put you in a better position to know how to tackle the condition head on and effectively manage and control your hair loss. Just as dandruff is manageable but not curable, hair loss can be controlled with the right treatment.

Dandruff varies in severity but is formed mainly as a result of an increase in production of dead skin cells, presumably caused by a fungal colonisation when the cells divide too quickly. Itching commonly accompanies the condition which can cause further irritation but most anti-dandruff shampoos will control the situation. If the itching persists, you should consult a dermatologist to find out why.

Hair loss on the other hand also varies in severity, but, 8 times out of 10 the root cause is a genetic predisposition and no shampoo can work its magic that deep and claim to be the solution to hair loss. Of course a clean scalp is essential for healthy hair growth but to put a stop to hair fall you’ll need to speak to a hair loss specialist. Most of the time hair loss treatment involves a combination of methods to combat the condition because so many factors can influence its progress.

Hair loss and dandruff can be a nightmare but they are both cosmetic inconveniences that can be effectively overcome. Find out what the best combinations of hair loss treatments are for you by calling 020 7730 6666to book an appointment with a Belgravia hair and scalp specialist. Alternatively you could send an email for more information or fill in the online diagnostic form for expert advice and access to a mail-order treatment program.

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Would you rather be obese and have a full head of hair or a be a healthy weight but also bald? The question is not that unusual considering a recent survey asked men and women ‘would you rather have more money, more hair or more friends?’ Surprisingly 58% chose hair, but if you’re a sumo wrestler, you might not have a choice and end up bald with no money, no friends and still grossly overweight.

A new strain of herpes virus spreading among sumo wrestlers is even fiercer than its existing versions, according to researchers. The infectious skin disease, ‘Scrumpox’, is triggered by the herpes virus and is spread through direct skin-to-skin contact. As the fungus spreads during the grappling that is at the heart of sumo wrestling, it enters hair follicles and causes itching, skin to flake off, and baldness. It has even caused death.

Wrestlers have been forced to undertake a three-month course of medication to rid themselves of the disease, but the hair loss is permanent. The sport is now in disarray as some of the top wrestlers are losing their famous ‘topknots’. Hair is of significant cultural importantce which is why baldness is so concerning(Not exactly life-threatening but it’s another case of ‘would you rather?’)

Throughout the sport, hair is recognised as central to a wrestlers’ reputation, and they’re expected to grow their hair long and fix it in a topknot similar to that worn by samurai during the Edo period. In fact, thinning hair is what lead Yokozuna Tochigiyama, Japan’s most successful wrestler, to retire in his prime in 1925.

There are some cases where hair loss can be dangerous– that is, a signal for an underlying medical condition. However, for most men (and women), hair loss is purely down to chance – that is, who you’re born to determines whether you’re likely to have the bald genes.  Human hairs are genetically programmed to either be sensitive to dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a natural bi-product that causes the hair follicles to shrink which leads to hair loss, or to be permanently immune to it. Other times, hair loss can be brought about by illness, physical or emotional stress, poor nutrition, or childbirth (just to name a few).

Sometimes it’s a completely natural condition, other times it’s a side effect of an unnatural situation but in any case, like the wrestlers, you will need to look into treatment options to address the condition. Unlike the wrestlers however, whose hair loss is permanent, you can effectively reverse various types of hair loss with proven medical hair loss treatments. Although not everyone’s case is the same, these treatments provide the best results when administered in the right situation, in the right amount for the individual and sometimes with the support of one or more hair growth boosters.

In some cases, but not always, you may need to stay on these treatments for life. Then again, would you rather add a 2 minute routine to your daily regime and keep your hair, or spend 2 minutes longer staring in the mirror watching your hairline disappear? Belgravia’s online diagnostic form provides a means for anyone in the world to accept professional advice from the experts in hair loss prevention at no cost, and the opportunity to access an individualised hair loss treatment mail-order program. However, if you can make it in to the London centre, call 020 7730 666 to book a free appointment with a hair loss specialist or send an email and do something about hair loss today.

More Information:

Hair Loss in Men
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We’ve gotten bigger, taller, and smarter over time and we’ve also lost quite a lot of hair. Although, if we’re going to deliberate for a moment on the idea that humans perhaps evolved from apes, we must wonder why we haven’t been able to shake one of the seemingly useless traits we still share with our ancient ancestors  – baldness.

W're bigger, taller and smarter but baldness is still in our genesWhile there is no consensus regarding the details of the evolution of baldness, most theories regard it as a result of sexual selection. A number of other primate species such as chimpanzees, stump-tailed macaques, and South American uakari, show progressive thinning hair on the scalp after adolescence. Some species, such as gorillas, clearly use an enlarged forehead created anatomically and through frontal balding to convey increased status and maturity.

Similarly, humans regard baldness as a sign of wisdom and social maturity. One theory that suggests baldness evolved in males through sexual selection as an enhanced signal of aging and social maturity. The study found that men with facial hair and those with bald or receding hair were rated by other men and women as being older than those who were clean-shaven or had a full head of hair. Beards and a full head of hair were seen as being more aggressive and less socially mature, and baldness was associated with more social maturity and more nurturing behaviours.

Perhaps women tend to chase hairy, irresponsible and aggressive young guys, but settle down and raise a family with balding but stable, mature and nurturing men, even though theoretically they find them less attractive than men with full heads of hair. Of course not all women find baldness unattractive but perhaps a stigma is generated by hair loss products that thrive on the insecurities of men in relation to their attractiveness to women.

Baldness must have some physical advantage though, according to Dr. Leonard Shlain, a San Francisco surgeon and author of ‘Sex, Time And Power’. He figures that 8% of all men are either colour blind, bald, left-handed or gay and therefore, those traits must benefit the entire race or they would have died out by now. For instance, he says, colour blind men have an advantage while hunting because they’re less fooled by camouflage and left-handed male soldiers have an advantage over right-handers when fighting hand to hand. Dr. Shlain thinks homosexuality probably evolved in hunting tribes to ensure that there would be more men to hunt for the food but wouldn’t produce hungry offspring. Unfortunately however, the doc admits he has yet to figure out the need for baldness which has been linked to increased risks of heart disease and cancer.

Despite the extent of unknown physical implications, the psychological implications for individuals experiencing hair loss are common and varied. There’s a general societal anxiety surrounding the process of hair loss, but some people view it as nature taking its course. While some men may feel proud of their baldness with an increased sense of masculinity and power, others fear it greatly affects their personal and work life.

In fact, it affects so many people in such a negative way that, thanks to evolutionary genius, we’re doing something about it. With scientific advances in hair restoration, men and women no longer need to live with hair loss if they don’t want to.
Scientific advances allow men and women to take control of their hair lossScientifically formulated and medically approved hair loss treatments are better than ever and thousands of men and women all over the world have seen results no one would have thought possible even 30 years ago. There’s a reason why we’re the dominant species.

The Belgravia Centre allows people to take control of their hair loss by providing free, expert advice and the most scientifically advanced, individually tailored hair loss treatments. To find out more or to book an appointment, call the centre on 0207730 6666 or send an email. The UK’s leaders in hair loss prevention have been successfully treating hair loss for more than 15 years to people all over the world via their online diagnostic form and mail-order programs. So you don’t have to suffer hair loss, even you still live the life of a nomad.

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Hair loss in women isn’t something that’s socially acceptable but it is something that can be overlooked as a normal occurrence. Gradual thinning hair is often associated with aging, temporary hair loss is common with pregnancy, and often women have pattern hair loss that runs in the family. However, hair loss should never be considered normal, especially when it can have a devastating influence on a woman’s quality of life.

Hair Loss from Stress and DepressionToo often, women’s hair loss is not taken seriously, but its importance in a woman’s life should never be underestimated. Losing hair can, in itself, inflict emotional problems but the failure of others to recognise the seriousness of these problems may further contribute to the psychological effects of hairloss.

Thinning hair is common and relatively easy to treat with medical hair loss treatments and the support of various hair growth boosters, but many women are embarrassed to seek help. Just as people with acne might try every product on the shelf before consulting a dermatologist, many women will try an array of hair loss products and volumising shampoos before seeking the advice of a dedicated hair loss specialist.

Many hundreds of women report negative feelings as a result of losing their hair, ranging from decreased self-esteem to anxiety and depression. They have mixed feelings about it – like their family doesn’t take their hair loss seriously while they feel others are always looking at their hair – and it affects their social life. Women with thinning hair may be constantly comparing themselves to others, feel that it’s affecting their career, and go out less because it affects their self-esteem.

Even when a woman’s increasingly thin hair is seemingly ‘normal’, treatments are available and should be considered when hair loss influences a woman’s quality of life. In any case, excessive shedding or sudden hair fall should not be taken at face value and seen as ‘normal’ because it can be an indication of an underlying medical problem that needs urgent addressing. Such conditions where hair loss is a common side effect include polycystic ovarian syndrome, thyroid and other autoimmune diseases, psychological or physical stress, and dietary deficiencies, just to name a few.

A woman’s hair loss should always be taken seriously and they should consult a hair loss specialist to learn how to treat and manage the problem effectively. For a free consultation with a hair loss specialist, call the Belgravia Centre on 020 7730 6666 or send an email for more information. Alternatively, fill in the online diagnostic form for free expert advice about your condition and get access to the best individualised treatment, without the need to come into the centre.

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Hair Loss Success Stories

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The Belgravia Centre is the leader in hair loss treatment in the UK, with two clinics based in Central London. If you are worried about hair loss you can arrange a free consultation with a hair loss expert or complete our Online Consultation Form from anywhere in the UK or the rest of the world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which are the largest collection of such success stories in the world and demonstrate the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time for our hair loss helpline or to arrange a free consultation.

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She may be arguably one of the hottest Bond girls to have ever graced the big-screen, but even Halle Berry couldn’t evade the dramas that come with the assignment of childbirth.

Halle Berry experienced post-pregnancy hair lossAs many women know, when you fall pregnant, you fall victim to some decidedly unpleasant physical and emotional symptoms. The only thing you might have going for you is your hair, which tends to be its healthiest during pregnancy. After childbirth however, when a few things may be still a bit off kilter, the tables can turn and your hair may suffer as your body tries to get back to normal.

Hair loss after childbirth is extremely common and is normally seen about three months later. This image of Halle Berry is from September 2008, six months after the birth of her daughter, Nahla Ariela, and shows typical thinning that is experienced by most women who suffer telogen effluvium after childbirth.

However, it is the pregnancy itself that first affects the hair growth cycle. Higher levels of female hormones prevent the natural loss of hair and cause an above average number of follicles to continue to produce hair. The appearance of thinning hair results after the birth, when your body and hormones start to get back to normal and all the excess hair that continued to grow during
A year after the birth of her daughter, Halle Berry's hair is back to normal pregnancy falls with that which is naturally ready to fall.

The good news is that telogen effluvium is a temporary form of hair loss and any shedding post-childbirth will generally correct itself within a year. At the 2009 Oscars, just short of a year after Ms Berry gave birth, we saw the movie star and former model glowing again and boasting the luscious, thick hair we envy her for (among other things). The bad news is this isn’t always the case – you’re your hair can be just as hard to get back as your pre-baby figure. Sometimes you need hair loss treatments and hair growth boosters to get your hair back to its optimum, pre-baby condition.

These treatments have been used for many women who lose a bit of hair after childbirth and generally they’re only needed for as long as it takes to get your hair to the required state.

You can get your pre-baby hair back with effective treatments for female hair loss

Find out how you can get the boost you need to get your hair back in tip-top shape by calling the Belgravia Centre on 020 7730 6666. Alternatively you could fill in the online diagnostic form for a free diagnosis or send an email for more information – because we all want to be yummy mummies!

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