Yes. There are various strategies for hair retention. Supplements such as biotin can help. Medications like Propecia and topical medications like rogaine (minoxidil) are also helpful.
Hair Loss Prevention. In most cases, yes, ♂♀ hair loss can be prevented ; treated. Hereditary hair loss is a condition that gets worse with time without treatment. The earlier you start, the better. Medications (oral ; topical), laser therapy, prp + stemcells, nutritional supplementation and minimally-invasive hair transplant are among the tools an abhrs-board-certified hair restoration physician specialist would use.
Adrenal support. If u have male pattern hair loss adrenal support helps, if it is other areas supporting thyroid, hormones, detox chemicals in mouth due to fillings will help.
Treatment available. Rogaine (minoxidil) and Propecia are the two medications in the U.S. For treatment (and "prevention") of baldness, mainly male-pattern baldness. A primary care doctor or a dermatologist can evaluate and start treatment. Results vary from person to person, but one's "appearance" is usually improved. There is no cure for baldness, so the medications must be continued for the benefit to continue.
PREVENTING HAIR LOSS. AH! THAT WOULD BE BILLION DOLLAR PRODUCT. . . NO WAY TO PREVENT HAIR LOSS. I REMEMBER A WAG* ONCE SAYING, "THE ONLY WAY TO PREVENT HAIR LOSS IS TO CASTRATE YOUR GRANDPARENTS." KEEP YOU HAIR CLEAN; SHAMPOO OFTEN; EAT A HEALTHFUL DIET; AND STAY HAPPY. . . *A WAG IS A WITTY AMUSING PERSON WHO MAKES JOKES. . .
Hair loss. If you are a male the most important cause is genetic male pattern baldness. Some important preventable causes of hair loss are iron deficiency anemia and hypothyroidism (lazy thyroid).
Good Hair care. Avoid Chemicals and hair spray/Color for the hairs. Sometime it is hereditary especially in males after certain age. Good Nutrition and treating some scalp conditions like Dandruff, Psoriasis Eczema etc.
Please see. Many causes so see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options.
DIETING. And of course eat proteinous food and hormonal intervention.
Male Hair Loss Tx's. Hereditary male pattern baldness is the most common type of hair loss in men. Hair follicles at the frontal and crown areas begin to miniaturize in a recognizable pattern eventually creating total baldness over the top of the scalp. Treatments include oral finasteride, topical minoxidil, laser therapy and PRP platelet rich plasma. However, once follicles are dead and gone, transplants are needed.
Hair loss. There is no way to determine this unless the cause was is known you need a exam by primary and referral will be given if necessary. You could have thyroid problems or it could be genetics.
Minoxidil. Best treatment is rogaine (minoxidil) and/or Propecia (finasteride). The earlier you start rogaine the better--more effective at slowing down hair loss than it is at growing hair after it's gone. Need to keep using it in order to keep the benefits. Same with propecia.
Depends. If there is a causative factor for the hair loss, treatment of the condition will usually take care of it (stress, iron deficiency, thyroid). Otherwise you hair pattern is mostly hereditary even though Rogaine and Proscar may be helpful in regrowing hair in some people.
Hair Loss Prevention. Because there are numerous medical and genetic factors involved, preventing hair loss at ANY age requires a medical consultation with a ABHRS board-certified, full-time, experienced hair restoration physician specialist. Today, this is done long-distance via email, phone or skype. Good news, effective treatments are available to help keep your hair growing strong.