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Hair loss: save your hair! ! Try it!

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Update time : 2020-07-27 14:27:53
In fact, the issue of hair loss is really a worldwide problem. An ancestral baldness that no one else in the British royal family can solve which is impossible to put on ordinary people.

However, the more difficult the topic is, the more people in the academic circle will gnaw. On the one hand, it is for the benefit of the public, and on the other hand, who doesn't want to have more SCI, ahem.
After reading a lot of information, I came to the conclusion that drugs can indeed treat hair loss, but they are all prescription drugs and cannot be used directly in daily life.

As for diet therapy, for example, drink more black sesame paste, which tastes good and nutritious, but it will take another 800 years to cure hair loss. Occasionally there are some sporadic information that certain foods can inhibit hair loss, but there is no definitive proof. I will not introduce it to you here.
So the question is, is baldness really hopeless?

Not always.
New research on diet therapy for hair loss
After consulting the literature, I accidentally discovered two very reliable studies in 2015, which proved that omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil can effectively treat hair loss and promote hair growth. I will tell you about it.

The reason why these two studies are reliable is that they have a large number of participants and a long duration. Experiment A arranged for 120 volunteers to conduct the experiment. 80 of them were given fish oil every day to compare with those who took placebo. The experiment lasted for 6 months. The number of participants in Experiment B was less, but there were 60 volunteers, and the experiment lasted for 3 months. The last two experiments independently proved that fish oil pairs can significantly promote hair growth.

Everyone can think about it, this experiment has to have a number 60 person, it is relatively reliable, and some experiments have attracted only 10 or 20 people, both of which are not in the same order of magnitude. .
The test with as many as 180 people is much more reliable. And these two experiments strictly controlled the living conditions of the volunteers during the experiment, requiring them not to change their eating habits and washing and hair care habits.


Experimental results

God did his best, and the results of the experiment were pleasantly surprised. In experiment A, about 60% of the volunteers who ate fish oil grew luxuriant hair. In experiment B, the number of hair per unit area increased from 178 to 235. At the same time, volunteers who did not eat fish oil There is basically no change in the number of hairs. Comparing between two compartments, the effect is extremely significant (< 0.0001).

In order to let everyone have an intuitive experience, let’s get the before and after comparison chart of the fish oil group:

In Experiment A, three volunteers in the fish oil group had significantly less exposed scalp before and after 6 months.
Before and after comparison of a volunteer in the fish oil group in Experiment B, the first row of pictures is the comparison of hair volume, and the second row of pictures is the hair changes taken at close range.
As early as 1998, L'Oreal researchers found that omega-3 fatty acids might be helpful in improving hair loss in the SU.VI.MAX (Supplémentationen VItamines et Minéraux Anti-oXydants) experiment, but they were not sure at the time, so they kept it secret. Processing, no public announcement.

After that, some people tried intermittently with 10 people and 20 people to try and confirm step by step. It was only recently that these two studies organized a large-scale comparative experiment, and finally the matter was concluded.
In these two studies, there are hints that it is the omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil that promote hair growth, and omega-6 fatty acids may also have a little effect. The richest and most harmonious ratio of these two types of fatty acids is fish oil


References:
1、A 3-Month, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study Evaluating the Ability of an Extra-Strength Marine Protein Supplement to Promote Hair Growth and Decrease Shedding in Women with Self-Perceived Thinning Hairhttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25883641

2、Effect of a nutritional supplement on hair loss in women.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25573272