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Top 3 Causes of Baldness and How To Regrow Hair Fast Naturally

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By Dr. Ryan Shelton, NMD

You’re angry, you’re depressed, you’re discouraged, you’re embarrassed. If you suffer from hair loss, learn about the top three contributors to hair loss and what you can do about it to restore a healthy head of hair.

The Top Three Contributors To Hair Loss

1. 5alpha-reductase enzyme

The first contributor is an enzyme called 5alpha-reductase. 5alpha-reductase changes testosterone, a hormone present in both men and women, to DHT or dihydrotestosterone. This is a more potent form of testosterone that causes the follicles that grow hair to atrophy or get smaller and eventually die.

2. Stress

The second contributor to hair loss is stress. In fact, there’s a condition called “telogen effluvium”, which refers to a condition where you lose hair because you’re stressed. Sometimes it’s only temporary, sometimes it lasts three to six months, sometimes it lasts years. Getting stress under control is very important.

3. Circulation

Last but not least is circulation. Circulation to the scalp is controlled by the level of inflammation in your body. Eating pro-inflammatory foods and having pro-inflammatory agents in your body is a problem. Controlling your diet can help reduce the amount of pro-inflammatory agents in your body and help with hair loss issues.

We’ve actually created an oral supplement to help improve 5alpha-reductase overactivity, stress, and circulation and inflammation. It’s called Hair Revital X, which you can use with a topical spray that targets hair follicles specifically. Using this combination everyday can make changes in how you look and feel.

Not sure why you’re losing hair? Learn about the main causes of thinning hair. Have you tried any other hair loss solutions? Did they work for you? Let us know in the comments below, we’d love to hear about your experience!

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By Dr. Ryan Shelton

Dr. Ryan Shelton, N.D.
Zenith Labs®



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