Facts About Thinning Hair

Lets face it, we all want to hold on for as long as we can to the thick, full-looking hair that makes us feel young and handsome.

Bruce Wllis may be able to pull it off, but in reality,  for most men, noticeably thinning hair is a problem,

Researches have identified these six as  major causes of thinnning hair.

GENETICS: A genetic pre-disposition of hormonal balances and imbalances, as well as the conversion of testosterone into dihydrotestosterone (DHT), can be inherited from either your mother's or father's side of the family.

STRESS & TRAUMA: Stress can produce increaes levels of testosterone, which converts to DHT.

NUTRITION & DIET: Rapid weight loss, liquid protein diets and high consumption of foods that are over processed, low in nutrition and high in animal fats can negatively effect the body's level of amino acids and vitamin assimilation resulting in thinning hair.

HEALTH: Malfunctions of the thyroid gland, which cause hyperthyroid  and hypothyroid disease is the only known health-related causes of thinning hair.

MEDICATIONS: The hair follicle is sensitive to internal and external changes, therefore, the side effects to taking certain medications can greatly effect the look of your hair.

ENVIRONMENTAL TOXINS: Many experts contribute the mounting problem of environmental pollutants and estrogen mimics to be a cause of the increase in men experiencing noticeably thinning hair.


EXCESSIVE BODY BUILDING: This can cause a peak in testosterone levels, therefore the opportunity for increased levels of DHT.

STEROID USE: These artifical hormones can cause a hormonal imbalance.

CHEAPS PRODUCTS: Hair products containing sticky animal proteinsm polymers and plastic resins can build up on the scalp weaken the grown hair and block the production of healthy hair coming through.