уторак, 15. новембар 2011.

Hair Loss And How To Treat It Naturally

Hair Loss And How To Treat It Naturally

Hair disorder is a broad category that includes the following conditions:

·         Alopecia: the loss or thinning of hair. There are two types of alopecia: scarring, in which hair follicles are destroyed, and non-scarring, which can be reversed.

·         Male pattern baldness (androgenic alopecia): This is the most prominent type of hair disorder affecting, to varying degrees, half of all men over 50 years of age.

·         Hirsutism: excessive male pattern hair growth affecting 8% of adult women.

·         Hair shaft disorders: usually hereditary abnormalities.

Hair loss (alopecia) has multiple causes and is usually a major concern for patients. Androgenetic alopecia, the most common form of alopecia, is related to a variety of genetic and hormonal factors, and it involves a progressive hair thinning that occurs in both men and women. In most cases, hair falls out in small, round patches about the size of a quarter. In many cases, the disease does not extend beyond a few bare patches. In some people, hair loss is more extensive. Although uncommon, the disease can progress to cause total loss of hair on the head or complete loss of hair on the head, face, and body.

Alopecia areata is just one cause of alopecia, or hair loss. Others include:

·         Traction alopecia – a condition that occurs when ponytails or tight braids put so much stress on the hair that it falls out. If this happens repeatedly it can cause scarring and root damage that will prevent hair from growing back.

·         Cicatricial alopecia – a group of related disorders in which inflammation destroys the hair follicles and replaces them with scar tissue. Also referred to as scarring alopecia, this cause of permanent hair loss is often seen in skin conditions such as discoid lupus erythematosus and lichen planus.

·         Androgenic alopecia – also called male-pattern or female-pattern baldness, a condition in which the growth phase of the normal hair cycle shortens, making hair more fragile. Over time hairs falls out easily leaving a characteristic pattern of thinning or baldness.

·         Trichotillomania – a mental condition in which people have an uncontrollable urge to pull out their hair. This can lead to patchy bald spots on the head.

·         Telogen effluvium – hair loss related to a change in the normal hair cycle. This may be caused by an emotional shock – such as the death of a loved one – or physical shock, such as high fever, illness or surgery.

Hair disorders are accompanied by the following signs and symptoms, depending on the type:

·         Alopecia (non-scarring) involves hair loss all over or in circular areas, a receding hair line, broken hairs, a smooth scalp, inflammation, and possibly loss of lashes, eyebrows, or pubic hair.

·         Alopecia (scarring) is limited to particular areas. Symptoms are inflammation at the edge and follicle loss toward the center of lesions, violet colored skin abnormalities, and scaling.

Eating a well-balanced diet and avoiding potentially damaging hair treatments can help prevent some types of hair loss. The primary goals of treatment are to treat the underlying cause, regrow the hair when possible, and correct damaging grooming practices.

Herbs are generally a safe way to strengthen and tone the body's systems. As with any therapy, you should work with your health care provider to diagnose your problem before starting any treatment.



Marbo Hair collections are for 100 % natural hair care. All products are made of pure herbal extracts; they have strong effect and quick results, which is proven through twenty years dermatological practice. Marbo Activator is 100% natural formula for treatment of disease Alopecia Areata (appearance of bald patches). It activates growth of new hair on bald spots ant it is effective in all cases. Marbo Activator can be effectively used for loss of all body and face hair. Does not contain drug and have no side effects.






петак, 11. новембар 2011.

Hair Loss And How To Treat It Naturally


Hair disorder is a broad category that includes the following conditions:
·         Alopecia: the loss or thinning of hair. There are two types of alopecia: scarring, in which hair follicles are destroyed, and non-scarring, which can be reversed.
·         Male pattern baldness (androgenic alopecia): This is the most prominent type of hair disorder affecting, to varying degrees, half of all men over 50 years of age.
·         Hirsutism: excessive male pattern hair growth affecting 8% of adult women.
·         Hair shaft disorders: usually hereditary abnormalities.

Hair loss (alopecia) has multiple causes and is usually a major concern for patients. Androgenetic alopecia, the most common form of alopecia, is related to a variety of genetic and hormonal factors, and it involves a progressive hair thinning that occurs in both men and women. In most cases, hair falls out in small, round patches about the size of a quarter. In many cases, the disease does not extend beyond a few bare patches. In some people, hair loss is more extensive. Although uncommon, the disease can progress to cause total loss of hair on the head or complete loss of hair on the head, face, and body.

Alopecia areata is just one cause of alopecia, or hair loss. Others include:
·         Traction alopecia – a condition that occurs when ponytails or tight braids put so much stress on the hair that it falls out. If this happens repeatedly it can cause scarring and root damage that will prevent hair from growing back.
·         Cicatricial alopecia – a group of related disorders in which inflammation destroys the hair follicles and replaces them with scar tissue. Also referred to as scarring alopecia, this cause of permanent hair loss is often seen in skin conditions such as discoid lupus erythematosus and lichen planus.
·         Androgenic alopecia – also called male-pattern or female-pattern baldness, a condition in which the growth phase of the normal hair cycle shortens, making hair more fragile. Over time hairs falls out easily leaving a characteristic pattern of thinning or baldness.
·         Trichotillomania – a mental condition in which people have an uncontrollable urge to pull out their hair. This can lead to patchy bald spots on the head.
·         Telogen effluvium – hair loss related to a change in the normal hair cycle. This may be caused by an emotional shock – such as the death of a loved one – or physical shock, such as high fever, illness or surgery.
Hair disorders are accompanied by the following signs and symptoms, depending on the type:
·         Alopecia (non-scarring) involves hair loss all over or in circular areas, a receding hair line, broken hairs, a smooth scalp, inflammation, and possibly loss of lashes, eyebrows, or pubic hair.

·         Alopecia (scarring) is limited to particular areas. Symptoms are inflammation at the edge and follicle loss toward the center of lesions, violet colored skin abnormalities, and scaling.

Eating a well-balanced diet and avoiding potentially damaging hair treatments can help prevent some types of hair loss. The primary goals of treatment are to treat the underlying cause, regrow the hair when possible, and correct damaging grooming practices.
Herbs are generally a safe way to strengthen and tone the body's systems. As with any therapy, you should work with your health care provider to diagnose your problem before starting any treatment.

Marbo Hair collections are for 100 % natural hair care. All products are made of pure herbal extracts; they have strong effect and quick results, which is proven through twenty years dermatological practice. Marbo Activator is 100% natural formula for treatment of disease Alopecia Areata (appearance of bald patches). It activates growth of new hair on bald spots ant it is effective in all cases. Marbo Activator can be effectively used for loss of all body and face hair. Does not contain drug and have no side effects.

четвртак, 10. новембар 2011.

Common Causes Of Hair Loss And How To Cure It


Common Causes Of Hair Loss And How To Cure It

Hair loss occurs when an individual loses more than 100 stand of hair per day. You must determine the cause of hair loss before you can treat it accurately. You will find a wide range of potential causes below:

Heredity

Genetics are a major cause of hair loss. If male pattern hair loss runs in your family then you’re likely to suffer from it also. Hereditary factors cause shrinking follicles, gradual hair loss, and overall thinning in men and women. Usually, most of the people who inherit hair loss begin to see its effects by the age of 50.

Stress

Both physical and mental stress could potentially cause you to have hair loss. If you are suffering from stress caused hair loss then you should find a way to reduce stress or get rid of the cause of your stress as soon as possible. High fever, surgery, or sickness might be the cause of your hair loss.

Improper Hair Care

Having tight braids, hair weaves, and tightly pulled back hair could potentially cause you hair loss problems that appear around the edge of the hairline.
Some flatirons, dyes, and some relaxers might also cause hair loss. It’s common for your hair loss to stop once you’ve fixed the problems with your hair care habits.
Age
Over time, your ability to grow hair will decrease. In old age, hair tends to fall out much easier.
Disease
Certain diseases will cause you to have hair loss. Lupus, cancer, syphilis, and diabetes are conditions that could potentially cause you to have hair loss.

Medications

Hair loss is a fairly common side effect of many different medications. If you suffer from hair loss after taking a particular medication you should consult your doctor immediately. There might be a more serious problem with your overall health that might’ve caused you to lose your hair.

Poor Nutrition

Not getting the proper nutrients is another reason why people lose their hair. If you get your nutrients in absorbable forms and you get enough silica in your diet (for nutrient absorption) then you should be fine.
Hormones
Birth control pills, pregnancy, and menstrual cycles all have an effect on hair loss in women. In men, an increase in testosterone might affect hair loss.

Ringworm

Ringworm is another cause of hair loss, often seen in children.

10 Trichotillomania

Is a compulsive disorder where people actually pull out their hair. Noticeable hair loss is often the result.

But now let`s find out how to fight with hair loss problems. We present you the Marbo Hair collection, for 100 % natural hair care. All products are made of pure herbal extracts; they have strong effect and quick results, which is proven through twenty years dermatological practice. Marbo Activator is 100% natural formula for treatment of disease Alopecia Areata (appearance of bald patches). It activates growth of new hair on bald spots ant it is effective in all cases, from the mildest, with only one or several affected spots, to alopecia totalis, which results in complete loss of hair. It is gentle on the skin and causes no adverse effects even after months of continuous use. It is absorbed quickly and leaves no greasy residue. It has been confirmed dermatologically that Marbo Activator is one of the most successful natural preparations for treatment of Alopecia Areata. This product can be effectively used for loss of all body and face hair. Does not contain drug and have no side effects. All Marbo Hair Products you can find in online store at https://marbohair.com/store/

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среда, 09. новембар 2011.

Basic Vitamins You Need For Healthy Hair


Basic Vitamins You Need For Healthy Hair

Getting the right vitamins in the right quantities is vital to healthy hair growth. In some cultures, eating the right kind of foods is just a way of life. That’s the main reason why they have far fewer cases of hair loss than we tend to see in western society.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A has a big part in producing sebum. Without it you’ll have dry hair and dandruff. Those symptoms could potentially cause you hair loss. First and second hand smoke along with aspirin and some prescription drugs could prevent Vitamin A absorption. On the other end of the spectrum having too much sebum blocks hair follicles. So overdosing on Vitamin A could actually cause you even more hair loss. Fortunately it’s impossible to over dose on Vitamin A when you get it from food sources. Mango, Oranges, Carrots, Sweet potato and Squash are all good sources of Vitamin A.

Vitamin B

The B Vitamins are also a very important part of having healthy hair. All of the B Vitamins help with with hemoglobin which helps the scalp get the oxygen it needs for healthy hair growth. The main B vitamins that you need to focus on for hair growth are Vitamin B-6 and Folic Acid. Vitamin B-6 is often found in protein rich foods. This kills 2 birds with one stone because both Vitamin B-6 and protein is needed to prevent hair loss. Potatoes, ready to eat cereals, Bananas, Garbanzo beans, Chicken breast, Oatmeal, Pork Loin, and roast beef contain Vitamin B-6. Folic Acid is found in cooked lentils, collard greens, chickpeas, medium papaya, frozen peas, and boiled asparagus.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E helps provide good blood circulation to the scalp by increasing the absorption of oxygen. You can find it in ready made cereals, Almonds, Safflower Oil, Corn Oil, Soybean Oil, Turnip greens. You probably don’t have a Vitamin E deficiency but if you do it’s most likely caused by an inability to absorb oils and fats. In this case taking a Vitamin E supplement is recommended.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is responsible for the healthy development of collagen which is necessary for strong hair. Vitamin C can be found in Kiwi fruit, Guava, Red sweet peppers and Oranges. 

We present the Marbo Hair collection, for 100 % natural hair care. All products are made of pure herbal extracts; they have strong effect and quick results, which is proven through twenty years dermatological practice. Marbo Activator is 100% natural formula for treatment of disease Alopecia Areata (appearance of bald patches). It activates growth of new hair on bald spots ant it is effective in all cases, from the mildest, with only one or several affected spots, to alopecia totalis, which results in complete loss of hair. It is gentle on the skin and causes no adverse effects even after months of continuous use. It is absorbed quickly and leaves no greasy residue. It has been confirmed dermatologically that Marbo Activator is one of the most successful natural preparations for treatment of Alopecia Areata. This product can be effectively used for loss of all body and face hair. Does not contain drug and have no side effects. All MarboHair Products you can find in online store at https://marbohair.com/store/.
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What Is Alopecia Areata?


What Is Alopecia Areata?

Alopecia areata is considered an autoimmune disease, in which the immune system, which is designed to protect the body from foreign invaders such as viruses and bacteria, mistakenly attacks the hair follicles, the tiny

cup-shaped structures from which hairs grow. This can lead to hair loss on the scalp and elsewhere.
In most cases, hair falls out in small, round patches about the size of a quarter. In many cases, the disease does not extend beyond a few bare patches. In some people, hair loss is more extensive. Although uncommon, the disease can progress to cause total loss of hair on the head (referred to as alopecia areata totalis) or complete loss of hair on the head, face, and body (alopecia areata universalis).
Alopecia areata is just one cause of alopecia, or hair loss. Others include:
  • Traction alopecia – a condition that occurs when ponytails or tight braids put so much stress on the hair that it falls out. If this happens repeatedly it can cause scarring and root damage that will prevent hair from growing back.
  • Cicatricial alopecia – a group of related disorders in which inflammation destroys the hair follicles and replaces them with scar tissue. Also referred to as scarring alopecia, this cause of permanent hair loss is often seen in skin conditions such as discoid lupus
    erythematosus and lichen planus.
  • Androgenic alopecia – also called male-pattern or female-pattern baldness, a condition in which the growth phase of the normal hair cycle shortens, making hair more fragile. Over time hairs falls out easily leaving a characteristic pattern of thinning or baldness.
  • Trichotillomania – a mental condition in which people have an uncontrollable urge to pull out their hair. This can lead to patchy bald spots on the head.
  • Telogen effluvium – hair loss related to a change in the normal hair cycle. This may be caused by an emotional shock – such as the death of a loved one – or physical shock, such as high fever, illness or surgery.
We present the Marbo Hair collection, for 100 % natural hair care. All products are made of pure herbal extracts; they have strong effect and quick results, which is proven through twenty years dermatological practice. Marbo Activator is 100% natural formula for treatment of disease Alopecia Areata (appearance of bald patches). It activates growth of new hair on bald spots ant it is effective in all cases, from the mildest, with only one or several affected spots, to alopecia totalis, which results in complete loss of hair. It is gentle on the skin and causes no adverse effects even after months of continuous use. It is absorbed quickly and leaves no greasy residue. It provides an excellent corrective remedy that stimulates hair growth. It has been confirmed dermatologically that Marbo Activator is one of the most successful natural preparations for treatment of Alopecia Areata. This product can be effectively used for loss of all body and face hair. Does not contain drug and have no side effects.

The effectiveness of Marbo Hair has been tested on: 1) patients suffering from various, benign, forms of alopecia areata, 2) patients with negative prognosis (ophiasis), and 3) on patients suffering from total (malign) form of the disease. Retrospective examination performed from 1992 to 1998, comprised 437 patients of both sexes with different topografic disposition of the patches on a scalp. 

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