Nutritional supplements

Nutritional supplements have been used for many years to help reverse or slow down hair loss. There are numerous supplements that may improve the strength and quality of your hair or help reduce hair loss including essential fatty acids, MSM, inositol, biotin, vitamin B complex, raw thymus glandular, zinc, vitamins C and E, coenzyme Q10, copper, grape seed extract and silica. While these supplements might work for some in halting further hair loss, or regrowing some hair, they are not likely effective in combating genetic hair loss, such as male pattern baldness. The only known and proven solution for permanent or genetic hair loss is hair transplantation/ restoration.

So, while nutritional supplements may help treat your hair loss, you should always consult with your Trichologist before using any of these health supplements.

If you’re experiencing hair loss, speak with your physician first to rule out any underlying medical conditions and to gain a better understanding of your hair loss. If you suffer from permanent hair loss, DHD suggests you visit your Trichologist right away to determine your condition and get the proper treatment.

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  1. Egyptians ate grapes at least 6,000 years ago, and several ancient Greek philosophers praised the healing power of grapes — usually in the form of wine. European folk healers made an ointment from the sap of grapevines to treat skin and eye diseases. Grape leaves were used to stop bleeding, inflammation, and pain, such as the kind brought on by hemorrhoids. Unripe grapes were used to treat sore throats, and dried grapes (raisins) were used for constipation and thirst. Round, ripe, sweet grapes were used to treat a range of health problems including cancer, cholera, smallpox, nausea, eye infections, and skin, kidney, and liver diseases.-“–

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  2. Vitamin E, flavonoids, linoleic acid, and OPCs are highly concentrated in grape seeds. These compounds can also be found in lower concentrations in the skin of the grape. OPCs are also found in grape juice and wine, but in lower concentrations. Resveratrol is another of grape’s compounds which is related to OPCs and found mainly in the skins. Resveratrol has become very popular as an antioxidant and is being studied in connection with a variety of diseases.”.’;

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