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How to stop or delay hair loss, it mainly depends on your cause and there many reasons of hair loss (alopecia) as this can be caused by oxidative stress, alopecia areata, an autoimmune disorder, fungal infection, traumatic damage, iron deficiency and many more and it can occur anywhere and at any age. In general nutrients and antioxidants in food play an key ...


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Wikipedia suggests that there are no known reliable and safe treatments. Corticosteroids have been used but evidence for efficacy is weak. The US FDA has allowed breakthrough use of at least one drug that is ordinarily prescribed for rheumatoid arthritis following early trial successes, with a phase 3 trial ongoing, but there is no FDA-approved treatment. In ...


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All chemical reactions including killing cancer cells with poisons occur at approximately twice the rate per ten degrees. So reducing the scalp by ten degrees while chemo is occurring will reduce the rate of poisoned hair follicles by half during the procedure. https://www.chemguide.co.uk/physical/basicrates/temperature.html


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No, long hair has a appearance of falling out. But everyone's hair is constantly falling out. Hair generally falls out at a rate of 50 to 100 strands of hair a day. And regrowth of the hair generally matches that rate. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/08/11/hair-loss-causes_n_923727.html Longer hair is more noticeable than short. And our hairs are more ...


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The absolute key to know if ANY treatment is working would be to find out that things get better after such treatment started, in this particular case, you want hair-loss to decelerate. In order to register a change, you need to first register the previous state of affairs, so you'd have to calculate hair-loss rate both before and after the treatment was ...


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