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Top 10 Myths about Going Bald

  By posted Aug 10th 2012
Healthy Living

 

Hair loss is caused by decreased blood flow to the scalp. Medically it is believed that when your hair is growing, you do need a significant amount of blood flow reaching your scalp, but once you lose your hair, blood flow to the scalp decreases. Thus, advertisements that claim that their hair-care product contains ‘nutrients’ and ‘vitamins’ to promote blood flow to the scalp in order to bid baldness goodbye, shouldn’t be believed entirely. Please note that decreased flow of blood to the scalp is a result of hair loss, but not a cause of it.

 

 

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