We know that many factors contribute to thinning hair. The culprits range from a poor diet to dihydrotestosterone and from heredity to perimenopause. This isn't just an issue for men and it isn't just an issue for those over 40. Thinning hair can strike anyone at anytime! Hair loss is a problem battled by young and old, healthy and unhealthy, women and men.
Fortunately, there are ways to strike back.
After extensive research on the matter, I've found that Saw Palmetto receives the highest accolades, not only for retaining the hair you have, but also for REGROWING hair, which is just as important, if not more so.
Saw Palmetto is an herb that grows in the Florida Everglades and parts of Alabama, Mississippi, and South Carolina. It has been used for digestive problems, fluid retention, diarrhea, nasal congestion, kidney problems, bronchitis, and lack of appetite.
You can find Saw Palmetto in the vitamin and herb section of almost any store. Be sure to read the label and follow the directions. As with any medication, don't take any more than recommended, and feel free to consult your doctor before starting.
Take a chance with herbal remedies. They're nature's medicine - and could be just what you need. What have you got to NOT lose?
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