Tips for Successful Hair Loss Treatment

Everyone has some hair loss from day to day. In fact, it is normal to lose between 50 to 100 strands of hair a day.

However, due to genetic reasons, diseases, medications, stress, injury, or an unhealthy diet, some people lose a lot more hair than expected.

This is when it becomes a condition that requires medical attention. Regardless of the cause of hair loss, billions of dollars will be spent on hair loss solutions this year.

Much of this money will go to waste. Ineffective products and misleading advertising are only partially to blame. Many consumers are not using these hair loss products in an effective way and even those that does most often jump from one treatment procedure to the other before any reasonable results could be seen.

As with any treatment procedure, treating hair loss requires some research, much of which goes into finding the right product out of the myriad of drugs and procedures out there that every one wants to sell.

It also demands some discipline to follow a treatment regime to a reasonable level before concluding 'it isn't going to work' and jumping off to another.

Following these simple tips should improve your success rate with whatever treatment option you follow and also ensure that your money does not go to waste.

Keep Records - You probably will try out several different hair loss products before you find something that works for you. Some people even use two or more products simultaneously.

Keeping track of all this information can be frustrating and difficult. The best way to figure out what is working is to keep a record detailing your progress.

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You should record all relevant information about the treatment process: when you started, the dosage, cost, and any side effects you experience.

This documentation will tell you which products are effective, which ones are not, and allow you to make necessary changes as you go ahead

Keep pictures of your progress - Noticing small changes in your hairline over time is extremely difficult. Taking pictures on a regular basis is the most effective ways to track your progress.

Always photograph your head from the same angle, in similar lighting conditions. Use a digital camera for best results, most will automatically record the date and time for you.

 

When combined with a treatment journal, these photos provide an invaluable tool that will allow you to judge the effectiveness of products you use.

Don't be fooled - There are tons and tons of products out there that make outrageous claims about their ability to treat hair loss. The Internet has made it a lot easier to get the best and the worst products.

Finding out which ones are legitimate can be a difficult task. When researching products online, beware of those that sound too good to be true. If the company has before and after pictures, examine them closely.

If the images were shot from different angles, or in different lighting, be suspicious. These techniques are common camera tricks used to fool the eye, and the consumer.

When a company claims their product has a "98% success rate", look for documentation of their clinical study. If the clinical information they provide is vague, or even missing altogether, be suspicious.

These tips won't help you get the best product for your hair loss treatment but it will most certainly help you to make the best use of whatever product you decide to try out.

If you follow these steps through the period of your hair loss treatment your chances of success are excellent. And always remember it does not pay to jump from product to product.

It only makes a fool of you and helps you waste your hard earned bucks. Any successful treatment regime demands dedication. Whatever the procedure, following it through carefully is the best you can do for yourself.


About the Author
Michael Russell
Your Independent guide to Hair Loss

 

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