By choosing the best hair loss treatment product you will have the right hair loss remedy to stop hair loss from happening to you

You should decide on a hair loss remedy once your hair loss cause has been diagnosed. A hair loss doctor will be able to help you decide on the best hair loss treatment. Since everyone is different, everyone gets different results from different products. Therefore, he or she will be able to tell you which treatment best fits your particular hair thinning needs.

There are several hair loss treatment methods available. Some can be combined to help you design your own hair loss remedy.

There are oral drug medications available, such as Propecia (also known as Finasteride); your doctor must prescribe these, so he or she must agree that this is a proper treatment for you. Propecia stops the body from forming DHT, a hormone that stops the growth of hair. A topical preparation that is now available over-the-counter is Rogaine, also known as minoxidil.

Originally prescribed as blood pressure medication, men noticed that their hair was growing again when they took it. A topical preparation was devised to avoid oral administration.

There are also many commercial hair loss products on the market that claim to promote hair growth, but most if not all have not been approved by the FDA. If you do decide to go this route, look for products that have some bona fide positive results and are relatively inexpensive to use. The Internet is a pretty good way to do this kind of research; look for hair loss remedies that have gotten good reviews from customers.

Of course, you have to be careful not to buy into any commercial hype, but look for actual reviews of customers that have had good luck with the product. These types of hair loss products range from topical lotions that you apply to your head, formulations of herbs and/or vitamins that you take orally, or even hair loss shampoos that report to restore hair growth.

Again, these are "natural" and usually not chemical in nature, which some people prefer. However, they still do have side effects and may not be good for you, so do your homework.

Some natural hair loss remedies that may help stop hair loss

Saw Palmetto extract: This is used to combat benign prostatic disease, or BPD. This product also lowers the DHT in the body as a side effect, which helps promote hair growth.

Green tea: Although green tea's reputation for promoting hair growth is spotty at best, it is nonetheless a remarkable nutritional addition to your diet, because it is high in antioxidants and other beneficial substances.

Henna: Henna can be prepared and applied topically to hair. It is an herb that comes in many colors, and some people also use this as hair coloring. Traditionally, it was used as hair color, but now, its use has declined due to the availability of prepared hair formulations on the market. When applied topically, it helps strengthen hair and increased shine.

Provillus: A natural formulation purported to help give your body the proper nutrition to aid in the prevention of hair loss. It is also said to help regrow hair.

Resveratrol: One of the newer antioxidant kids on the block, resveratrol, made from grape skins, and has many beneficial antioxidant properties.

Choosing the best hair loss product that suits your needs

In most cases, your doctor can recommend the best hair loss product for you. He or she can also help treat you with medication or nutritional hair loss supplementation.

In extreme cases, surgical intervention is also available, wherein nonproductive hair follicles are actually replaced on the head with hair follicles from elsewhere on the body, usually the back of the head. In surgical intervention, several hundred "hair plugs," as they're called, are implanted, usually 10 to 60 per treatment session.

This type of hair loss treatment takes several months to complete and several months more to see any type of hair growth.

Finally, keep in mind that although hair loss may be viewed by some as unattractive, in many men, male pattern baldness is simply a family hereditary factor and has nothing to do with health or vitality.

In these cases, it is simply a matter of personal choice as to whether or not you should want hair replacement; however, your health is not impacted whatsoever by your lack of hair. In other cases, hair loss results from poor nutrition, prolonged stress, taking certain prescription medications, or illness. In these latter cases, hair growth may spontaneously recur once the cause for the baldness has been removed.

Future treatments for hair loss

Researchers are working continually to help develop new hair loss products that will encourage hair growth. Although reasons for hair loss vary, it is hoped that at some point in the future, every type of hair loss will be able to be treated. However, there will never be one magic pill or method that will fix every type of hair loss, since each has a different cause.

For some, DHT is the culprit, meaning that a hormone must be suppressed in the body. For others, stress must be reduced, the diet improved, or other action undertaken to encourage hair growth.

Finally, keep in mind that even healthy hair eventually falls out to give way to new hair. So although it behooves you to treat your hair gently and avoid pulling excessively on it to discourage hair loss and avoid damaging the follicles, eventually this hair will fall out.

Baldness occurs not because your hair falls out, which it must do to renew itself anyway, but because it does not regrow after it has fallen out. Therefore, focus must be not so much on keeping hair you've got, but on keeping follicles active so that they continue to grow new hair when the previous hair shaft's time is up.

Author's Bio: 

I live in Auckland on the North Island of New Zealand and am a self employed business and life coach. I also have a keen interest in landscape photography. One of my passions is to help my fellow human beings to achieve their fullest potential whether in their personal lives, their health or business and sporting endeavors.