Stop Hair Loss Causing Male-Pattern-Baldness, Increase Sexual Performance…Naturally!
What Causes Hair Loss & Male-Pattern-Baldness?
A buddy recently came to me and said, “I’m noticing more and more hair loss on my pillow each morning. What can I do? I don’t want to go bald!”
By: Jon Bender
The panic in his voice reflected his heightened concerns over the possible acceleration of increasing hair loss. Also, his already male-pattern-baldness. He told me he desperately needed answers quickly.
He knew I’m not a medical doctor. But, I spent a lot of time researching the latest published studies on clinical trials. Also, extensive research in anti-aging and natural health. I immediately asked him if he was having any other issues. In addition to the hair loss, like with his prostate or whether prostate issues ran in his family. “Yes and yes,” he said. Although, not a certainty, I felt sure that both the hair loss and prostate concerns stemmed from the same culprit. My conclusion was “DHT” (de-hydro-testosterone). This is a super potent and potentially dangerous form of testosterone. I then told him, “Yes. I think I might be able to help you with this. Plus, I’ll give you a couple of bonus tips too.”
Years of research point out that hair loss leading to male-pattern-baldness and issues with enlarged prostates have a common denominator. This is DHT (de-hydro-testosterone).
As it turns out, DHT binds to receptors in your scalp. Thus, causing hair loss and can also accumulate in the prostate causing enlargement. In your scalp, DHT binds to hair follicles and kills them. Initially it begins with thinning hair and then eventually your follicles “die out” and disappear all together…and thus, male-pattern-baldness. Similarly, as aging occurs, the amount of DHT in the prostate gland remains high. Even through the circulating testosterone levels naturally drop after age 32.
Some evidence support this relatively high level of accumulated prostate DHT by itself may promote excessive cell growth. This can lead to enlargement. Thus, it is critical to help eliminate both hair loss leading to male-pattern-baldness and the possibility of an enlarged prostate. This can happen by reducing or helping prevent this “binding” effect. Also, regularly detoxify your body from DHT binding and accumulation.
Current research show certain classes of antioxidants and isoflavones can help PREVENT DHT from binding to receptor sites. Not only in the scalp, but also accumulation in the prostate. Thus, reducing hair loss and potential prostate enlargement. Additionally, these same antioxidants and isoflavones can help detoxify DHT from your body.
Here are 4 simple antioxidants and isoflavones we recommend. These help to slow and possibly reverse hair loss and help with prostate health. Consume the following daily:
- Isoflavones from Saw Palmetto (organic of course)
- Bioflavonoides from Non-sweet Citrus Fruits like grapefruit (focus on non sweet here)
- Lycopene – from Cherry Tomatoes (smaller the better)
- Polyphenols – Grape Seeds and Grape Skins – I recommended muscadine (a wild North-American grape)
Ageless Impact offers Purple Guardian! One of the most potent combinations on the market. Read more about the benefits of muscadine grapes here.
My friend called me about 6 weeks later and told me his hair loss on the pillow had completely stopped. On the prostate side, he also said he noticed a definite change in his urination patterns.
What’s happening here in reducing this on the endocrine level is dopamine controlled production of adrenaline. A side benefit of the above strategy for eliminating hair loss leading to male-pattern-baldness. Also, preventing the excess conversion of dopamine (norepinephrine) into adrenaline (epinephrine). Said differently, for men it provides enhanced ejaculation control and thus prolonged sexual performance… just in case you were interested!
In conclusion: my buddy has put an end to his hair loss. Also, he has increased his prostate health, and now is in a romantic relationship with the woman of his dreams!