A clinically effective daily hair growth supplement for men suffering from excessive hair loss and diminished scalp coverage who want to take a proactive approach to thinning hair.
Effectively targets 6 root causes that can trigger thinning hair and activate genetic predisposition:
Throughout life, our hormones are constantly changing, changing and sometimes out of balance. DHT (dihydrotestosterone) is a hormone that is known to cause hair follicles to shrink with age and then close completely, especially if they are out of balance. And during menopause, the body is even more susceptible to DHT imbalances when deprived of the protective properties of estrogen.
An active lifestyle can lead to chronic stress, a root cause that causes hair follicles to go from a growing state to a resting state. If left unaddressed, the follicle is signaled to prematurely stop growing, compromising the health of your hair and leading to unwanted excess hair loss. What's more, resistance to stress decreases with menopause, so even small stressors can have a big effect on hair loss.
As a woman ages, she experiences an accumulation of oxidative stress and environmental triggers (your daily environment, the foods you eat, and certain products you use). When antioxidant stores are depleted, hair follicles can be damaged, weakening their ability to produce and grow hair.
Cellular metabolism slows with age, especially during menopause, which can contribute to slower energy for the body and hair follicles. These changes in metabolism - whether due to diet or hormonal imbalance - shorten the growth phase of hair, preventing it from growing the way you want.
The body needs to be fueled with the proper nutrients - nutrients that support a healthy growth cycle. During menopause, in particular, the risk of depletion of these nutrients is higher, which can significantly affect the strength and overall health of the hair.
The aging process is an inevitable part of life. When it comes to hair, aging can lead to thinning, excessive hair loss, and affect the overall health of your hair. By the age of 50, collagen and elastin begin to break down, leading to thinning, dryness, weakness, and roughness in hair.