abound as to the causes of hair loss and they are not all confined to hereditary
factors and the presence of dihydrotestosterone. Leading specialists often point to the
fact that even though DHT and genetics can play a key role in male and female
pattern baldness there are many situations that totally dispute those findings.
As an example there are quite a few cases of individuals that have substantial
levels of DHT but never experience any type of thinning hair or baldness.
Furthermore since products like Propecia and Rogaine don’t yield the same
results with every person there may be many more factors at play than meets the
eye. In other words externally applied products may just be irritating the
follicle into further production where internally consumed agents may be just
enhancing the effects of other enzymes within the body that trigger hair growth.
Some of the alternative theories as to the cause of hair loss have
espoused a relationship between the condition of the scalp, circulation, and
even diet among many reasons. In the case of the health of the scalp noted
scientist Loren Pickart has shown that purely by enhancing the scalp’s mantle
with external treatments composed of copper peptides and components of blood you
can once again rejuvenate the hair follicles into further production. Other
researchers have also put fourth ample evidence that even with minor
manipulation of the scalp’s blood flow with massage you can induce hair
growth. One example of this is the laser brush, which emits low level light
beams that encourage blood circulation to restore the hair. Plus remember this
is an invention still in its infancy with likely improvements in the future.
Last but not least are proponents of natural healing that
claim the true answers to male and female hair loss are in the foods you eat,
the exercise you obtain, and