Scientists Found the Ways to Prevent Baldness
Scientists have discovered methods to help to prevent baldness. The results of the study were published in one of the scientific publications.
At the present time a lot of people, regardless of age, are faced with the problem of hair loss. Researchers from the UK were able to find out what methods can help prevent baldness and restore scalp to its former appearance.
According to the experiences of the British experts, the drug Finasteride contains certain substances that block the hormone that causes hair loss. In addition to finasteride, an excellent medicine is Minoxidil which is known as Regeyn. Among other ways to avoid hair loss such methods фі laser therapy and platelet-rich injection were named:
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