Hair Loss Treatment


Male pattern baldness is a concern for every Tom, Dick, and Harry – and rightly so! About two-thirds of men lose their hair by the time they reach their 30’s, and not all of us can ‘rock’ the look like Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson.

If you are suffering from male pattern baldness, you can prevent hair loss using the following effective ways.

3 Effective Hair Loss Treatments for Male Pattern Baldness

1.    Change Your Diet

Here are a few ways in which you can tweak your diet, and target male pattern baldness

Take Your Hair Growth Vitamins: The Vitamins C’s and D’s

Vitamin C is great for iron absorption, especially for those who follow a vegan diet. Vitamin-C-rich foods include citrus, bell peppers, and leafy greens. Vitamin D deficiency is directly linked to hair loss – so make sure you also add a lot of fish, milk, and orange juice to your diet.

Take Your Irons

Iron deficiency can cause hair thinning in many people, especially those who follow a vegan diet. This is because the iron from plants, lentils, and spinach is harder for the human body to absorb than the one found in eggs, shrimps, or poultry. Take supplements if you have to, but make sure your body is getting enough iron!

Take Your Biotins

 Biotin, or Vitamin B7, is an absolute-essential for cell healing – it can cure hair loss, brittle nails, and skin problems. Make sure to add egg yolks, whole grains, and meat to your diet; you’ll need all the biotin that you can get if you’re dealing with male pattern baldness.

Stay Hydrated

When you’re thirsty, every part of your body feels it – yes, this includes your hair. Severe dehydration can cause the hair to be dry, and break off easily; this leads to hair thinning.

Note: Drink lots of water, yes, but also avoid dehydrating drinks like alcohol and caffeinated beverages. You can also get a lot of water from cucumbers, oranges, and lemons.

2.    Be Mindful of What You Put on Your Scalp

This means being mindful of what you put on your scalp. Scalp care is a lot like skincare – what works for one person, doesn’t work for another. So, there is probably going to be a lot of trial and error.

But, generally speaking, you can keep your scalp healthy by following these tips:

  • Keep your scalp sweat-free.
  • Wash your hair with a mild shampoo, because harsher formulas can cause the hair to dry out and break; this causes further hair loss.
  • Use hair growth oils, like Wild Growth Oil, instead of pharmaceutical meds. Oils are natural, plant-based products like Lavender, Rosemary, Peppermint, and Tea Tree. Just make sure you’re not allergic to any of these plants.
  • Stay away from chemicals.

3.    Your Mental Health Matters

Don’t stress yourself out!

When you’re under stress, your body is flooded with Cortisol hormone, which signals the hair follicles to stop growing. If you’re already genetically susceptible to male pattern baldness, then stress can be a major trigger that speeds up hair loss.

You can manage the stress-induced hair loss by meditating, exercising, taking therapy, or talking to a psychiatrist if nothing works.