Hello!, and welcome to NoItchNorFallMpb... Hair loss is not just about looks; it is also about... "itch"...An itch from hell that makes it hard to concentrate or sometimes even sleep... I do not know if women suffer from this "itch" as severely as men; but I do not know of anything else out there that works as this approach to hairloss besides surgery and risky hormone altering pills... So keep reading; and do not underestimate this (at the moment) homemade treatment as I proceed to explain the main cause of hair loss as well as to why does this method works where others have failed... (At the moment; this method is intended to be used by men on the first 2 to 3 years of the onset of their hairloss symptoms -typically around 28-30 years old maybe 31-)
... About 11 or 12 years ago; in my quest to find a solution for my hair loss; I downloaded an ebook sold by a guy named Paul Taylor; which I had considered to be a scam a couple of month before; because it claimed that hair loss was caused by an "expansion" of the skull; (His ebook name: "Skull Expansion Theory")... But after reading this ebook; and doing the exercises that he recommended; I began to realize that he might be right; so please download his ebook; since without his insight; my treatment an improvement to his exercises would not be possible... Why was he right? Well; his argument was, in a nutshell; that the idea that hair loss was caused by a miniaturization of the hair follicles in a particular region of the skull did not make sense since the blood that flows to the skull is the same that flows to the rest of the body and hair loss is not experienced elsewhere... That is an extremely senseless genetic mutation... Also; he pointed out that a guy in his 60s who was bald was less likely to have horizontal lines; when their faces were expressionless than a guy who was in his 30s who was not goin bald... How could this be??? Also; (and I this is my observation) If DHT is what causes the hair follicles to miniaturize and fall afterwards. Should we (balding men for the most part) not have more soft adipose tissue instead of less in the areas where we are losing hair?
... As Paul Taylor suggested to make his point... With your index an thumb finger, please pinch your chin where you have a beard... Now pinch your temples where you have some hair... Pinch the back of your neck where you have some hair... And last; pinch the areas where your hair is thinning... What did you notice?... You noticed that there is very little soft tissue on the areas where your hair is thinning... Correct?... If the answer is YES; now you can finally see; DHT alone CANNOT BE the cause for hair loss... If it were so; more adipose tissue should be found on the balding areas and not the other way around...