Inflammation & Balding – Male + Female Hair loss

"YES - I Want LESS Pain & Inflammation"

Video Summary

Today you’ll discover the primary causes of hair loss and one BIG cause that most people aren’t aware of, but one that you can mostly control with simple steps in your lifestyle.

Causes Of Hair Loss

There are many factors that cause hair loss.

  • Genetics plays a massive role
  • Major hormonal factors – mainly hormonal imbalance.

Have you ever heard the term, “short, fat, bald, and hairy”?

The short and fat is from high estrogen… The bald and hairy are from high DHT levels.

When both Estrogen and DHT levels are elevated, Testosterone is greatly REDUCED – which we do NOT want.

If you do NOT have any DHT (dihydrotestosterone) –  then you will not go bald. This is how the drugs called Propecia/Proscar work.

Of course, eliminating DHT later in life does not guarantee a full head of hair.

It’ll surely decrease the speed of hair loss, slow it down, stop it, and maybe even reverse it… Especially if you start early enough.

But again, it’s not a cure.

Interesting Study

A long time ago I read a study that about 40%-50% of Japanese men who came to the US started to go bald and were losing their hair.

It wasn’t a few generations later. It was the same people, but something in America was causing the hair loss.

But Why?…

Well, there is “epigenetics” –  which basically states that your environment or lifestyle can trigger or turn on genes.

Something in your EXTERNAL world triggers and turns them on.

So, What’s The Cause?

Lots of factors – stress is a big one and the negative hormonal changes that come with it.

But more importantly, science has repeatedly linked inflammation as a major factor as well.

High DHT also causes inflammation – in the prostate, but also the skin and scalp.

But the point is that inflammation for sure plays both a direct and indirect role in hair loss… as well as lots of other health problems.

So, How To Reduce Inflammation?

A lot of factors cause inflammation – lifestyle, stress, balancing hormones, the foods you eat, herbs and vitamins you can take, proper sleep, etc.

Taking herbal extracts such as curcumin, ginger, Boswellia, Green Tea, Pine Bark, Astragalus, Resveratrol, Quercetin, and a few others can help support a healthy and youthful inflammatory response.

I recommend Inflame & Pain Relief™, which contains all the above key ingredients, at the correct clinically proven dosages… and will help promote a healthy inflammatory response.

You may not be able to change your genetics, but you can improve inflammatory responses.

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