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If you're a man, you have a 50 percent chance of experiencing pattern hair Loss by your 50th birthday. However, most men lose hair to some degree by age 35. This hereditary condition, clinically termed Androgenetic alopecia, is characterized by a receding hairline, as well as a Loss of hair on top of the scalp. While going bald isn't life threatening, it can be life altering to men. Women also suffer from pattern hair Loss, although not as prominently as men. The condition occurs in up to 25 percent of pre-menopausal women and approximately 40 percent of postmenopausal women. While pattern hair Loss normally does not affect the frontal hairline in women as it does in men, thinning over the front and top of the scalp is typical and can be devastating to a woman's self-esteem.
NuPattern hair Loss in both sexes is marked by a progressive miniaturisation of hair follicles, causing a shortening of the hair growth cycle. As the growth phase shortens, the hair becomes thinner and shorter, to the point where there is no growth at all. Hair Loss or hair thinning is most commonly associated with aging or hereditary, but can also be attributed to stress, changes in immune health, nutritional deficiencies, and other causes. Because hereditary hair Loss is gradual, the sooner treatment is started, the better the chances of results. Research indicates that one of the primary causes of age-related hair Loss or hair thinning in men and women is DHT (dihydrotestosterone), the “bad” form of the hormone testosterone.
As we age, the level of DHT tends to increase. This form of testosterone, DHT, fits perfectly onto a receptor site on the follicle causing the hair to shorten its normal growth phase. In other words, DHT tends to inhibit the growth of scalp hair, and in most men the hairs in the front of the scalp are more sensitive to DHT. This in turn causes men to lose their hair in a distinct pattern, starting with a receding hairline often coupled with a growing bald spot on top of the head.
The effect on women is noticeably different in that women tend to have a general thinning of the hair as they age. Approximately 40% of women passing through menopause experience moderate to severe thinning of the hair. This is driven by a combination of rising levels of DHT as well as decreasing levels of oestrogen brought on by menopause.
DHT appears to cause follicles to enter the resting phase faster and this shedding continues at a quicker and quicker rate, causing the “new” hair to become finer and ultimately leading to the follicles shutting down and becoming dormant. NuHair products were specifically developed to address hair Loss associated with aging or heredity.
NuHair Tablets for Men
Male formula especially for men; this formula contains vital co-factor nutrients such as Silica, an important mineral which may help to reduce hair Loss and maintain strong healthy hair. Biotin and Folic Acid, members of the B-complex group of vitamins, both often chosen by those wishing to maintain healthy hair. The formula is further enhanced by the inclusion standardised herbs He Shou Wu and Saw Palmetto, used regularly by men throughout the ages; and BioPerine, which is believed to support the bioavailability of other active plant compounds which help deliver maximum results.
NuHair Tablets for Women
Female formula especially for women; this formula contains vital co-factor nutrients such as Silica, an important mineral which may help to reduce hair Loss and maintain strong healthy hair. Biotin and Folic Acid, members of the B-complex group of vitamins, both often chosen by those wishing to maintain healthy hair. The formula is further enhanced by the inclusion of: Standardised herbs He Shou Wu and Horse Chestnut both of which have been valued for their health benefits for centuries; and BioPerine, which is believed to support the bioavailability of other active plant compounds which help deliver maximum results.