Ask Dr Phil How Do I Reverse Male Pattern Baldness?
How did Dr. Phil become associated with dieting and weight loss? One day he is giving advice on how to deal with unruly children, then the next day he produces several best selling weight loss books. What gives?
Looking at Dr. Phil, I don’t exactly see a muscular or even fit man. Don’t get me wrong, Dr. Phil is nice and all that, but he is not exactly fit. Yet people flock to buy his book. He must give really good advice on how to lose weight. So I figure that if a chubby man can dish out and sell advice on dieting and weight loss, he can surely give advice on how to regrow hair. Because that’s another glaring thing to me about Dr. Phil — he is bald, bald, bald.
So should a bald man ask another bald man how to reverse male pattern baldness? I don’t see why not. Why not ask Dr. Phil how to reverse baldness.
With so many men and women experiencing baldness every single day, it is no wonder that so many people are searching for a way to reverse baldness. In reality, baldness is something that is just a fact of life for many people. Every day you lose hundreds of hairs. But for some, this hair loss is exasperated and baldness occurs.
In June of 2007, Science Daily reported that male pattern baldness, which affects about half of men by the age of 50, could soon become a treatable condition. A study conducted, using identical twins, showed that the medication used not only stopped the hair loss, but actually improved their hair growth. Furthermore, the rate of hair growth increased between the 6- and 12-month evaluations.
This type of study and research shows great promise for the future of baldness. Is it possible that we will one day have medicines available that can stop balding altogether, as well as promote hair growth? Maybe so.
BBC News reported in March 2004 that scientists believed they may have discovered a new way to reverse baldness. Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania had identified stem cells in the hair follicles of mice. Furthermore, they discovered that those cells grow into hair follicles and produce hair when transplanted into skin.
What do all these findings mean? We know that we are on track to discover new methods of treating and possibly reversing baldness. How long this will take or when it will be made available for public use is unknown. It is possible that finding a way to reverse baldness might never happen.
In any case, if you are bald and you are not happy with your condition, there are significant changes you can make to feel better. Products like hair pieces and treatment for baldness can help you feel better about the way you look. Hair transplant may also be a viable option for you.