Hair loss can be attributed to a range of factors so getting down to the bottom of it can be a tall order. Establishing the cause of hair loss is worth the effort, however, as evidence shows that certain remedies can address the root causes of hair loss, thereby restoring hair growth. One prime example of this can be seen in male pattern baldness.
The study also tested the effects of caffeine on female hair follicles and found that it had a growth-promoting effect on hair follicles in females, too.
How can caffeine promote hair growth?
Research attributes the link to the fact caffeine is a stimulant.
Stimulates increases blood circulation to hair follicles.
This too can help hair grow faster and become stronger, giving the appearance of fuller, thicker hair.
As the NHS explains, these treatments:
- Don’t work for everyone
- Only work for as long as they’re used
- Aren’t available on the NHS
- Can be expensive
Another viable option is to try a wig but this approach comes with setbacks too.
Some wigs are available on the NHS, but you may have to pay unless you qualify for financial help.
There are also a wide range of cosmetic treatments available but Some of these treatments may not be covered on the NHS.
Published at Sun, 05 Apr 2020 17:44:00 +0000