How to prevent hair loss and MPB and regrow hair with a radical new theory and simple treatment
There are many treatments for hair loss, including transplant surgery, laser lamps, massage, and medications that inhibit dihydrotestosterone or dilate blood vessels. They all seem to work to some extent, but none provide very satisfactory results, and none of them have caused new hair to grow on a completely bald scalp.
That’s because they treat only half of the true genetic cause of hair loss.
Conventional wisdom is that hair loss is caused by dihydrotestosterone (THD), which is the form of testosterone after 5 alpha reductase acts on it. DHT enters the follicles and puts them into a dormant state, causing them to produce finer and finer hair until they eventually die and stop producing hair altogether, and these follicles are supposedly never able to reactivate. Although DHT plays an important role, it cannot be the only cause of hair loss because no man goes bald on the sides or back of the scalp, but only on the top. These different areas are also exposed to DHT, so it doesn’t make sense to say that DHT is the only explanation. There had to be some other unknown factor at work.
In fact, there is something unique about the anatomy of the upper scalp and this is the missing piece of the puzzle.
It is in the third layer of skin on top of the scalp and is called the GALEA APONEROTICA.
It is a tendon-like tissue that exists only on the top of the scalp. This GALEA looks like a helmet and its shape exactly matches the worst cases of male pattern baldness, all this makes all the pieces of the puzzle fall into place and it must be concluded that it plays a role in hair loss. This GALEA is attached to muscles around the perimeter of the head and these muscles pull on it and stretch it in all directions. This is why all bald men seem to have stretched and shiny scalps. This tight GALEA obstructs blood flow and this causes DHT to have a greater damaging effect on the top of the scalp than anywhere else. In fact, we only go bald in those areas where this GALEA exists and nowhere else on the scalp.
The idea that this GALEA is involved in hair loss has been debated for years, but its role was controversial. This new theory explains how this tight GALEA interacts with DHT to cause hair loss and MPB. It says that hair loss is caused by two things; firstly, a tight GALEA, which blocks blood flow to the follicles, and only secondly, by DHT, that gets trapped in the follicles due to this restricted blood flow, causing the hair follicles to become dormant and unable to grow new hair. Normally, DHT is essential for proper hair growth, but when it gets trapped and clogs the follicles, it has negative effects.
But theories are useless if they don’t lead to some practical benefits and practical solutions, so more importantly, this theory leads to a new method to stop hair loss and stimulate dormant follicles to grow hair again.
So, to summarize, this new theory says:
“The true genetic cause of male pattern baldness and hair loss is a tight GALEA that exists only on the top of the head. This tight GALEA interferes with normal blood flow to the top of the scalp and prevents DHT circulates as freely as it does on the sides and back of the scalp, where there is no GALEA. DHT, which is normally beneficial for hair growth, is now trapped in receptors in the hair follicles on the back of the scalp. upper scalp, and now has negative consequences that eventually stop the follicles from producing new, normal-looking terminal hair.
Based on this theory, the treatment method first relaxes this GALEA and then uses its special electrical device to stimulate the follicles to regrow hair. It is not a laser comb. This particular device has been used in other cosmetic applications and is a long established science.
This method now uses medication, not lotions or surgery.
For younger men, this method should work even faster and better because their follicles haven’t been forming as long and aren’t as clogged with DHT as they are in older men.
Women also have GALEA and it is logical to conclude that it tightens in the same way as in men, either due to genetics or stress. However, it is obvious that the vast majority of women do not normally lose their hair. Based on this new two-factor theory of the cause of hair loss, it is logical to conclude that most women don’t lose their hair even if they have a tight GALEA because they don’t have the second problem, which is elevated testosterone levels. or its byproduct DHT.
However, it is well known that many women develop higher than normal testosterone levels, or their relative testosterone to estrogen ratios change at some point in their lives, either after menopause or after childbirth, and that this It causes all kinds of health problems. problems.
For those women, if they lose their hair or their hair thins, and it’s not due to illness or chemotherapy, then it stands to reason that it’s probably also due to the combined effects of this tight GALEA and its recently elevated levels. of testosterone or DHT, in the same way that causes hair loss in men.