How Weight Training, Poor Diet, and Stress Relates to Hair Loss
The internet is so rich with information on hair loss, how will you handle the contradictory information? How will you be able to differentiate the legitimate hair loss treatments from bogus scams?
Our hair loss community is designed for balding men and women to review, critique, and challenge marketing hype and learn the most effective ways to treat baldness.
Below we’ve compiled some of this week’s hot topic hair loss related questions and answers from our forum, blogs, and email. Follow the links below to a topic that you find interesting and read what real patients and physician experts have to say about each topic.
How Weight Lifting, Protein Intake, and Hair Loss are Related: (Dr. Brandon Ross) Muscle heads and gym jocks should read this blog to learn if lifting heavy and protein supplements are in any way related to hair loss.
Hair Transplant Risks – A Surgeon’s Point of View: (Dr. Mike Beehner) This is a must read for all patients considering surgical hair restoration. Not only should prospective patients learn about the benefits of hair regrowth, but about the potential risks as well.
How Poor Diet May Contribute to Hair Loss: Learn whether poor diet, genetics, or other factors are contributing to your baldness.
How Stress and Hair Loss May Be Related: Just as a poor diet may contribute to some hair loss conditions, learn whether or not stress can play a role in causing or expediting alopecia.
A Larger Variety of Hair Transplant Clinics Showing Examples of their Work: Evaluating surgeons and their results has never been so easy with the great multitude of examples regularly posted on our forum.
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Hair Loss Fighters
March 4, 2009 @ 5:18 pm
I really agree with your points!
My experience is that a lot of people with hair loss don’t actually know this. Also most people tend to be looking for a quick fix solution like finasteride, instead of exploring what can be done in terms of life style change.
By the way: great blog 😉