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Wednesday, December 20, 2006

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Wednesday, September 27, 2006

The Home Buyers Guide to Choosing a Treadmill

The more you understand about any subject, the more interesting it becomes. As you read this article you'll find that the subject of treadmill choosing guide is certainly no exception.

By Tony Taira

Moshi! Moshi!

Hello again from the Far East on the West Coast, and greetings from the DOJO. This week, before I get in to the nuts and bolts of the treadmills and the ellipticals I work on, I'm going to start with a quick guide to how to choose a treadmill -- well, how to choose a residential / home grade treadmill. Choosing a commercial treadmill tends to be a bit easier -- go Star Trac, Matrix, Landice or Life Fitness and, in spite of their great ellipticals, avoid Precor treadmills. Precor is a great company, they just don't quite have treadmills down as well as the other companies. With the commercial treadmills it's kind of like choosing between a BMW, a Mercedes and a Lexus. It's all about bells and whistles more than performance...they're all great machines and we'll talk about them another time.

Home treadmills are a tough sea to navigate for most buyers -- there are so many different brands and they all look alike to outsiders. Luckily, over the past 20 or so years, I've had to repair just about every treadmill ever made. In other words, my pain will be your salvation!
My first piece of advice is: avoid anything and everything from Icon Health and Fitness. They're the manufacturer of the units you'll find at places like Sears -- nothing against Sears, but the treadmills they sell tend to be on the lower end of the quality scale. Their treadmills seem to have specs that are too good to be true for their cost and, truth be told, they are. The old proverb, "you get what you pay for" comes in to play with them. Small motors with high RPMs to give them a perceived higher horsepower (most of their motors should really be rated at under 1.5 HP regardless of what they tell you -- a motor the size of a soda can should not be powering a full sized treadmill!), lots of plastic pieces, tiny rollers, and generally unstable machines are par for the course for the Icon brands like Proform, Weslo, Healthrider and Image. Just stay away from them! There are better treadmills even at the more affordable prices that Icon tempts the unlearned consumer with.

On with translating the arcane lore that is treadmill purchasing for the lay person.
Let's start with the motor. The first thing you want to do is make sure the motor is rated with "Continuous Duty." Any sales person or manufacturer who gives you a "Peak" rating is trying to sell you a bag of magic beans. Peak is best described as the maximum a motor will perform at before it breaks down. What's more imporant is: how the heck is that motor going to perform when you're actually using it? Another thing a shady salesperson might mention is that a common home circuit (120v/15amps) will only let you run about 2.5 HP and any motor larger than that is a waste of money. Technically that is true (about the amps vs. HP, not the waste of money), but the larger motors will tend to last longer as they are not running at the higher RPMs of a smaller motor. And, if nothing else, the larger the motor, the smoother the "ride." A bigger motor will allow you to run or walk on it without slipping.

The next thing to look at is the size of a treadmill's rollers. The bigger the rollers, the longer your belt will last and the better the running experience.

Next, and this is my favorite thing -- especially when recommending cardio equipment to my in-laws -- the warranty. Like anything else, the better the warranty the more piece of mind you will have. The 5 year parts warranty on Spirit treadmills, for example, is one of the best in the business. For me, the more faith a manufacturer has in its own product (i.e. the warranty), the more faith I have in that product. Of course, doing repairs I absolutely love the lower end warranties as it means more paying work for me!

Sometimes the most important aspects of a subject are not immediately obvious. Keep reading to get the complete picture.

The tread and the deck are where most problems for treadmills happen. When the friction from your running builds up between the deck and the tread, the badness begins. Stick with the 4-ply belts/treads that help to reduce the amount of friction, and look at units with reversable, phenolic wax coated decks. Reversable decks let you flip over your running surface to use the opposite side when the original wears down. It's like having a free second deck if you wear out the first one.

Programs. Don't be fooled by this. Most people only wind up using 3-4 programs. If the treadmill has 20, that's cool, but you'll rarely use them. If you do heart rate training, then heart rate control is great. If not, it's just an extra you'll never the clock you've never set on your VCR.

Finally, test out the shock absorbtion. You want to make sure you aren't running on a hard surface. This is a "feel" thing more than a "scientific" one. If the deck is bouncy, move on. If the deck feels like running on concrete, move on. If the deck moves from side to side, move on. You want to find a deck that feels good, with just enough give and little to no lateral motion.
Beyond that fans, speakers, cup holders, magazine racks and even television sets on the treadmill's console are all just icing on the cake. It's better to get a good treadmill without a fan or TV and spend $50 to buy your own than to get a crappy, fully loaded treadmill which will eventually just become an expensive coat rack for dirty clothes.
Don't despair, there is a good treadmill out there you can actually afford!

-Tony Taira The Treadmill Sensei

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Don't limit yourself by refusing to learn the details about treadmill choosing guide. The more you know, the easier it will be to focus on what's important.

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Laser Hair Removal Manhattan

by Kathlene Capelle

Women (and men) have been trying to get rid of unwanted hair for centuries. Shaving, plucking, waxing and chemical dilapitory agents have been used by literally billions of people for thousands of years. Yet in Manhattan, the latest trend in hair removal promises long lasting, less painful results than any of these methods.

Both the trendy and not so trendy flock to the new laser hair removal treatment centers in Manhattan to receive the latest technology in smooth, hairless skin. The procedure is described as safe, using a very low level laser beam. The laser’s energy enters the pigment inside the hair follicle. As the energy heats the pigment, the hair’s root is destroyed but the surrounding skin remains unharmed. The follicle is also “deactivated,” reducing regrowth.

For most, the procedure takes from 15 minutes to just over an hour, depending on the size of the area to be treated. The process is virtually painless, with most patients experiencing a slight stinging sensation. Of course, the more sensitive the area, the more likely that some unpleasant sensations will occur. For the more sensitive areas, a topical numbing cream may be used.

Since hair grows in cycles, it may take several sessions to remove all of the hair in an area, but once the treatments are completed the results are extremely long lasting. Not only are the treatments quick and painless, but they are surprisingly affordable as well.

There are many laser hair removal clinics in Manhattan. Choose one that uses an FDA approved laser specifically designed for hair removal. Different lasers are used for different skin types, so check to see if the laser used by the clinic is right for your coloration. Make sure that your technician is certified and fully trained on the equipment being used.

Interested to join the “in crowd” in Manhattan and try laser hair removal? Not only will you be surprised at the great, long lasting results, but you’ll be in on the newest grooming craze to hit New York in decades!

About The Author
Kathlene Capelle is a writer for beauty tips and advice. Her site has information on laser hair removal, permanent hair removal, waxing and other hair removal methods. Please visit

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Don't Lose Hair

by Andy Lewis

Men and hair loss seems always to have been a losing combination. Although male pattern hair loss is very common--two out of three men will experience it--and is hardly ever associated with serious health risks, it's hard to imagine a common condition that is met with more anxiety. But much of the stigma surrounding male hair loss is due to half-truths and exaggerations. So if you start noticing there's not as much hair up there, don't pull out the rest of it in worry--take our quiz below and learn what's going on with your body and how you can slow the follicle fallout. If you're losing hair, it's male pattern baldness. False. It's true that for 95 percent of men who lose their hair, male pattern baldness, or androgenetic alopecia, is the culprit. With this condition, an enzyme called 5-alpha reductase converts testosterone to dihydrotestosterone, a hormone that causes hair follicles to shut down hair production. Male pattern baldness can begin appearing in men in their 20s and usually progresses slowly from the front or apex of the scalp, or both.

But male pattern baldness is not the only cause of male hair loss--and it's important to talk to your physician or dermatologist to determine the cause, because it can point to certain health problems. For example, if your hair is falling out quickly and in small patches, it may be a sign of alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease in which the body attacks the hair. Stress can also lead to rapid hair loss. In these cases, the hair usually regrows after several months. Other causes include a severe ailment or major surgery; protein, vitamin B, or iron deficiencies; medication complications; or thyroid disease.

It's your mother's fault.

False. Male pattern baldness is a largely genetic characteristic that can be inherited from either your mother or your father. It's even possible to acquire the hair-loss gene from both parents. In fact, the same gene also causes hair loss in women, although because of hormonal differences, women tend to lose their hair in small amounts all over their scalp.

There's hope.

True. Here's the good news: In many cases, male pattern baldness can be treated. In the early stages, many conventional physicians prescribe either minoxidil lotion, applied topically, or finasteride, taken orally. These medications have been shown to slow hair loss in many patients and, in some cases, cause hair to grow back. According to Robert Brodell, MD, professor of internal medicine in the dermatology section at Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, complications associated with both drugs are minimal, but there are downsides. Not only are the medications expensive, but they only work for as long as you take them. "I tell my patients that they are going to be on one of those medicines for 5 years or 10 years or 15 years, until they are married and have kids and don't care anymore," says Brodell. "And then when they stop their medicine, we fully expect them to start losing their hair again." Great strides are being made in the field of hair transplants, but like any invasive therapy, these procedures are expensive and time-consuming and should not be undertaken lightly.

If surgery or drug therapies aren't for you, a number of naturopathic remedies might offer similar results--without the high cost. Keith F. Zeitlin, ND, a naturopathic physician with a private practice in Connecticut, recommends the herbs saw palmetto (Serenoa repens) and stinging nettle root (Urtica dioica), and the supplement beta-sitosterol, which all appear to work similarly to conventional medicines by shutting down the enzyme 5-alpha reductase's creation of dihydrotestosterone, the hormone that ceases hair production. "If we can inhibit that enzyme, we can actually inhibit hair loss," says Zeitlin. (For more information, see "Herbs and Supplements for Hair Loss," below.)

Another option is mesotherapy, a treatment in which very short needles are used to inject homeopathic remedies; vitamins such as biotin; or conventional medicines such as minoxidil just underneath the surface of the scalp. "The skin is used as a natural time-release system," says practitioner Harry Adelson, ND, a Utah-based pain-medicine specialist. "Whatever it is you are injecting remains in the area for up to a week and continually penetrates down into the deeper tissue."

You can live a hair-healthy lifestyle.

True. Although there's no apparent validity to the old wives' tales that sexual activity or excessive hat wearing can cause hair loss, other lifestyle choices may indeed hurt your hair. In fact, it might make more sense to keep that hat on; a study conducted at the University Hospital of Zurich in Switzerland proposed that ultraviolet rays from the sun might injure hair follicles (Dermatology, 2003, vol. 207, no. 4). How you clean and care for your hair may also be a factor in hair loss. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, too many chemical treatments such as dying, straightening, and bleaching, as well as excessive washing, towel drying, and brushing, may weaken or damage your hair, causing it to break or fall out.

Those worried about hair loss should also reevaluate their diets. Zeitlin warns that very large doses of vitamin A can lead to vitamin A toxicity and eventual hair loss. He recommends his patients replace vitamin A-rich foods and saturated fats, which may also encourage hair loss, with green vegetables, whole grains, essential fatty acids, and other foods rich in hair-healthy vitamins and minerals such as zinc. What you drink may also play a role: According to a 2003 study, alcohol consumption may aggravate hair loss (British Journal of Dermatology, 2003, vol. 149, no. 6).

Hair loss is a bad thing.

False. Let's not forget the cheapest, easiest, and safest treatment for male pattern hair loss: doing nothing at all. After all, hair loss is not usually a health concern and, despite what our culture may sometimes suggest, there's nothing wrong with showing a little skin--on your head, that is. After all, look at Patrick Stewart, Bruce Willis, and Sean Connery. "I certainly wouldn't recommend that anybody have their male pattern baldness treated who isn't bothered by it," says Brodell. "I'm losing my hair, and I'm not using any of these treatments."

About the Author
Andy Lewis is an expert author on health related topics like
hair care tips, hair-healthy vitamins and hair loss.

Friday, July 28, 2006

How To Get Amazing Hair

by Inge I.

Just as your body, your hair needs too well-balanced diet.


Don't wait until you're feeling thirst! This means that you already lost a lot of water then you supposed to and you're dehydrated! The water helps your hair to maintain soft and shiny! Drink between 8 and 10 glasses of water every day and the result will satisfy you!


Iron helps the carrying of oxygen to the hair; without, the hair looses of its suppleness and strength. Increase your iron dose by eating red meat and vegetables. Zinc hinders hair-loss and it can be found plenty in sea fruits and meat. Copper has strong connection with the pigmentation of the hair. You can forget all about coloring and unnatural hair colors if you're not consuming oysters, liver, vegetables, walnuts, seeds and meat!

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Inge I. Author of Become Gorgeous Beauty Books
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Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Real Men Tell You What They Think of Romance


"How are you romantic and how can a woman be romantic to you?"
The Real Deal asks its panel of men to share their thoughts on romance.

Response from The Boyfriend

Clearly, at some point during high school all the girls were taken aside and taught about Romance, where all the boys were at that point remains unclear but I can guarantee you, they totally missed out on that class. O.K. so this is most probably not the case, still I've had numerous unsuccessful attempts at blaming this for my lame attempts at romance. Now, faced with this question I have had to think about it a whole lot more, where do women get their ideas about romance and why do guys just not get it?

When I did think about this I realized that I might not have been all that far wrong. I think that we can all safely assume that women's ideology surrounding romance stems from when we were very young. A prince in a fairytale awakening his princess from her slumber with his kiss or slaying a dragon to rescue this perfect fair princess unruffled, not a hair out of place and a perfect red rose clasped between his white teeth, ringing a bell? These were the fairytales that little girls loved to be told time and time again, while little boys were out playing with frogs in the creek, riding bikes or pushing bull dozers around the sand pit .

From a very young age girls are taught all about what is romantic and develop concepts about those actions a man makes to show that he really loves his princess. If you think it stops at kindergarden, you're wrong, those teenage chic flicks that girls love to watch build those romantic ideologies further, then there are books built on the plot of, man overcomes the world to be with his girl and when he arrives, you've read this before, looking gorgeous and with flowers. Even when girls have gotten over those teen chic flicks and the trashy romantic novels we are still bombarded with movies that relive the same plot time and time again and if that's not enough we read about Prince Frederick running off with his Australian princess in New Idea every week.... Does it ever end!

I guess the truth is that women have such huge expectations and pre-conceived ideals about romance from years of fantasies it can be pretty overwhelming for a guy. I don't even know where to get a dragon to slay these days? That's not to say that I wouldn't and I'd be willing to bet that most guys out there would love to have the opportunity to show off their masculinity and bravado taking out a dragon to get to their girl, but we don't live in that fantasy world! We don't even have the opportunity to pick the perfect rose ourselves its more like pick the florist from the yellow pages and pick the credit card! Surely you can now see how this in a guys mind does not really amount to the romantic ideologies of a lot of women. So if you can't be the perfect prince for your perfect princess why highlight it?!

Despite all that I give it a go! Who am I to argue? I do send flowers to my girlfriend, but when I do, I always go to this florist that I think has fantastic flowers and talk about what I want and if I can I try to pick out the flowers too. I always send her flowers to work, why? Because they are not about me, I send her flowers so that she feels great, not me! For me, it's the last little bit of that statement that makes that gesture romantic. Romance to me, in this modern day is more about the thoughts and the sacrifice. Reality has it that most of us guys are not going to be slaying a dragon any time soon and its not real easy to go pick the perfect rose either so the gestures that I make are selfless. There is no clause on the bottom saying "by accepting this gift or gesture you are forgoing your right to refuse me sex tonight". The gifts I give and the things that I do, I do to make my princess feel great about her and to make her life as good as it can be. In my mind, it's the times that I put special effort into cooking dinner or making something that I know she loves that are the most romantic, because that's something that takes my time, my thought and efforts rather than just my credit card!

I guess what a girl has to remember is that while you were reading fairytales about prince perfect and fantasizing about your life together we were out in the sand pit with our bull dozer building the castle to put our princess in. We grow up with different ideals ingrained in us about how to show our princess or prince that we love them more than life its self. What ever it is that your man is doing to be romantic love it and praise it, he is saying that you are his princess and he loves you! We just don't have the same cast that they had in all those fairytales!
If you want to be romantic to your guy spend your money on something that you know he loves and he knows that you're just not that psyched about! He'll know straight away that he has the perfect princess and that he is the luckiest man in the world!

Response from The Single Guy

Having been single for such a large part of my life I have rarely had the opportunity/need to be romantic. That's not to say that I don't value romance, I do, and I look forward to testing my romantic ability in the future. To be honest though, I am probably not as experienced in personal romantic events as many other people, including the other Real Deal Men, so I will probably leave the long winded responses to them.

To me romance is about showing somebody how important they are to you in a personal way, making an extra effort to make them feel special. Whether it's poetry in the moonlight or an esky full of beer, the romance of a situation will depend on many aspects of the individual and the situation. I personally would find poetry in the moonlight FOLLOWED BY an esky full of beer extremely romantic.

From observations of and conversations with mates, I think many men find it hard to release their romantic side as it may feel that it somehow challenges their masculinity. For these types of guys, the romantic act may be a lot more subtle, but just as meaningful. Then there are the other, more flamboyant types of guys to whom romantic acts come naturally and are much easier.

As far as being romantic to me is concerned, as I said it is all about putting in the extra effort to somehow show how important a person is. This has ranged from text messages to candlelit dinners to surprise parties, and they were all romantic in their own way.

Response from The Married Guy

The tired old stereotype of the typical unreconstructed Australopithecan male goes something like this 1. Say it with flowers 2. Dinner, maybe a movie 3. Then its log fire, bear skin rug, lava lamp and Barry White all the way baby!
Man, that is so American, so clichéd, just so.... well un-Australian.
What we are talking about is the spice, the sparkle, the magic (hey, if you're a Star Wars Geek maybe even 'the Force'), the zing, the glue, the catalyst - anyway its the stuff that greases the wheels of the love-mobile. Some people call it romance. Whatever you call it, its what helps us to love and to be loved.

To me there is as much romance in the little things as there is in big flashy expressions. For example, my wife remembered that I had liked the look of a movie from the video shop which we didn't end up getting. A few months later she'd gone to the video shop, found that movie, and along with a nice bottle of wine and something tasty for dinner we had the recipe for a great night in. It was only a little thing, but it was really nice that she remembered and made a special effort to do something for me. She might enjoy a glass of wine somewhere, I try and remember what it is and bring home a bottle sometime. A few things in a basket on a sunny day and you've got the makings of a picnic. A pair of cosy bed-socks for the winter, because she said her feet her cold (admittedly this was win/win as icy cold feet poking into me in the night where close to making me a cardiac arrest risk), but the fluffy doggy-shaped hot water bottle was the real winner. All little things but they add up to happiness.

Then there are the extravagances as well. Way before we got married she worked long shifts during the uni holidays and weekends emptying bed pans in a nursing home just to save up for tickets for a month's backpacking holiday around New Zealand for my 21st birthday. It was a huge surprise. And that was a shed load of bed pans. It gave me such an amazing feeling that someone would do something like that just for me. I think that's romantic. Incidentally, it took me ten years (but no bed pans) to return the favour - two months travelling around Europe, with her 31st birthday celebrated in a (surprise) farmhouse in the Tuscan hills.

But I digress into the big things again, it's really the little day-to-day things that are the spice of life. The daily things we do to make each other feel special and show each other in a thousand little ways that we care and we pay attention, that's what really keeps the love-mobile cruising on the highways and byways of life.

Happy cruising!

Response from the Divorcee

Romance Shmomance! Bah Humbug! Would it be unfair to say that the biggest "wish" for females in a relationship is more romance? We've all heard the cries of "...just once I wish he would bring me flowers when it wasn't my birthday or anniversary". This should tell you one thing (at the very least) and that is that the whole concept of romance is completely foreign to men. It just isn't built into our psyche. And another ....."If he loved me, he would want to do all the romantic things I have in my head" bollocks. If it isn't a natural thought process, then how can it be a show of affection or love? Personally, I blame Mills & Boon, Mattel "action figurines" and the plethora of self-centered American talk show hosts who perpetuate the myth that to have a satisfying relationship you need to have rose petals sprinkled on your bed sheets and cherubs singing in the background (or at the very least, Barry White)! REAL romance (if I can call it that for a second) comes from a feeling of closeness to your partner that nobody else shares. This comes with communication, trust and a desire to truly "know" that partner. The occasional call or email at work to tell them that you are thinking of them or the sharing of something about yourself that makes you vulnerable (the time has to be right though!) are things that I would classify in my book as romantic actions. I show a woman that I care about her by sharing time with her (it doesn't matter where it is) and getting to know her. Listening to what she has to say, asking questions ....making her feel like I really want to know what makes her tick.

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Friday, July 21, 2006

Hair Loss- Understand Hair Growth To Fight Hair Loss

by CD Mohatta

Every one of us dreads losing hair. There will be a rare human being who does not. Hair makes us look good and none of us wants to lose it. There are many of us who are comfortable after losing their hair. But that is more a reflection of their tremendous confidence. If you are one of those who are worried about hair loss, please read on.

Hair growth cycle

Our hair does not grow all together. We see our scalp full of hair and think that all hair is growing. But the truth is different. Hair grows, rests for sometime, and then falls and a new hair takes its place to grow. At any point of time about ninety percent of our hair is growing and the ten percent is either ready to fall or is falling. When we shampoo our hair, this falling hair sheds itself. Everyday we lose about 50- 100 strands of hair. That is perfectly normal. If that is causing any worry to you, stop. That is normal. The best person to tell you if you might be facing hair loss is your hair stylist. Get your scalp examined and find out if hair is thinning from any place or a patch is forming.

Hair loss reasons

We lose hair for many reasons. The primary reason is hereditary. The second is alopecia aerta. To learn more about this click here- Hair loss because of alopecia aerta. And then there are many diseases and changes in body that bring about hair loss. The last kind of hair loss is rectified as soon as the condition is over. Most of the women lose lot of hair after pregnancy. But they recover it soon. Many other conditions make hair fall like that. We should be more bothered about hereditary loss and alopecia aerta. I think that you have got a brief introduction to hair growth cycle and hair loss. In the next articles, I will talk about the reasons and remedies of hair loss.

This article is only for informative purposes. This article is not intended to be a medical advise and it is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Please consult your doctor for your medical concerns. Please follow any tip given in this article only after consulting your doctor. The author is not liable for any outcome or damage resulting from information obtained from this article.

Related link :- 1- Hair loss because of Androgenetic Alopecia 2- Treatments

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The author C.D.Mohatta writes on skin problems, skin treatments and skin care. You can visit his skin care guide for more information about how to have good skin. He also writes for free screen savers and desktop wallpapers. The author also writes for romantic greeting cards.

Tips to help Reduce or even Avoid Hair Loss

by John Carlisle

If you are worried about losing your hair in the future there are a number of things that you can do to help slow down or even completely prevent hair loss. In most cases, hair loss may be unavoidable but using the following tips can prove to be very helpful in dealing with hair loss.

To help postpone hair loss, you should take care of your hair from a very young age. Be sure to keep it clean and rinse it thoroughly frequently. Head massages from time to time that help prevent hair loss are also good ways to take care of your hair. (ex. Champissage (the Indian head massage)) Finally, be sure to shampoo and condition your hair on a frequent basis. You should also try and avoid using a lot of chemicals in your hair, there are many natural alternatives that you can use instead. You should also maintain a healthy diet to help avoid any nutritional problems that may help increase or in speeding hair loss. Also, you should try to avoid high doses of Vitamin A in your diet and try to add more protein rich foods which contain Sulphur. Protecting your hair from the damaging rays of the sun by simply sitting in the shade and wearing a hat, especially in the summer months, can help setback hair loss as well. Finally, you should try and avoid pulling your hair extensively and do not use hair styles such as corn rows or pony tails that pull your hair.

Hair loss can be a major problem and is something that many people want to avoid at all costs. It may be inevitable but if you follow the techniques mentioned above, you may be able to postpone hair loss for years or even decades.
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Hair Loss- Let Us Discuss The Reasons

by CD Mohatta

Why should perfectly good hair begin falling down? When they do begin falling, we worry endlessly and try to find remedies. What are the reasons for hair fall? Let us try and find out as many of them as we can and find out how to stop that.

Hair loss - Some Reasons

The main reason other than genetic or a disorder is mishandling of hair. When we have good hair, we want to experiment with that. We get it colored. Go for perming. Get other heat and chemical treatments done to look good. Every treatment that changes hair does it by hurting the cuticle. After many treatments the cuticle cannot take it and breaks down. The cortex (inner part of hair) also fails and hair breaks. If the chemicals reach the pore and destroy the follicle growth there, you lose the hair. Learn more about hair loss here- Hair loss : Causes

Chemotherapy in cancer makes one loose hair. That is temporary and because of the therapy. After sometime the hair grows back. Some medicines cause hair loss. If you are on medication and are suffering hair loss, please ask your doctor about possible connection. Diet is another reason. Low iron or proteins may cause hair loss. Women lose hair after pregnancy but get them back. Unless you are suffering from alopecia aerta or genetic hair loss, you can easily find out the reason and rectify that. Please talk to your doctor about any supplements that can help you have healthy hair. Also discuss possible reasons specific to you for your hair loss.

This article is only for informative purposes. This article is not intended to be a medical advise and it is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Please consult your doctor for your medical concerns. Please follow any tip given in this article only after consulting your doctor. The author is not liable for any outcome or damage resulting from information obtained from this article.
Related link :-
Hair loss : Treatments

About the Author
The author C.D.Mohatta writes on skin problems, skin treatments and skin care. You can visit his
skin care guide for more information about how to have good skin. He also writes for free screen savers and desktop wallpapers. The author also writes for romantic greetings.