Hairlosshaven.com recently posted an article on the negative issues involved with using natural hair loss treatments.
Seattle, WA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/28/2013 -- Hairlosshaven.com has recently posted a new article focusing on natural hair loss supplements.
The author focuses on natural treatments and their effectiveness. It compares natural hair losss treatments to prescription and over-the-counter drugs approved by the FDA for treating hair loss.
"While it does feel good to go natural you could potentially decrease your chances of successfully treating your hair loss. The FDA approved drugs could very well have strong and potentially lifelong side effects, but they are much stronger than their natural counterparts." says the author.
Natural treatments have become very popular in recent months. However, the author warns natural enthusiasts that natural supplements do have some side effects. "A natural supplement could cause a dangerous drug interaction when taken alongside prescription treatments for unrelated ailments. It is very important that you consult a Doctor before taking any so-called natural treatments." says Briggs.
The author also warns anyone suffering with alopecia areata to avoid any and all hair loss treatments. "None of these hair loss treatments were designed to deal with hair loss caused by alopecia areata or cancer. If you happen to be suffering from hair loss because of one of those two conditions you should avoid spending your money on any hair loss treatment." says the author.
"It's also worth noting that many of these natural treatments for hair loss are DHT blockers designed for men. A woman wouldn't have much use for a treatment that blocks hair loss caused by testosterone. Women probably have a much better chance of treating hair loss with an FDA approved treatment like minoxidil." says James Briggs.
Not all of the author's points on natural treatments are negative. He does mention that there are some natural treatments that do work to block DHT. "There are many different natural supplements that could help block DHT or help treat a nutritional deficiency that could be the cause of your hair loss. The best use of a natural DHT blocker is for preventing any further hair loss."
There has been increased enthusiasm for natural hair loss supplements in recent months because of increased media coverage on the issue. Doctor Oz even covered it on his show recently.
"Alternatively the most surefire way of dealing with hair loss is to simply cover it up with a topical concealment agent. That's only way to really guarantee results. Both natural treatments and the pharmaceutical drugs have a pretty bad success rate." says James Briggs
Hairlosshaven.com is a site that was established almost eight years ago to educate visitors on the topic of hair growth. We have focused on a variety of topics associated with hair growth since 2005. We also provide tips on good eating habits for preventing hair loss as well as FDA approved drugs for the treatment of hair loss.
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