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How To Reverse DHT Hormone Male Balding Especially Top Patch Balding

http://www.curemydisorder.com/links/DHT-Hormone-Hairloss Hi there, George Willingham here... 90% of hair loss in both men and women is DHT Hormone Related in the scalp. Stopping balding hair is a 2 part solution. In addition to fighting DHT you must start re-growing your hair. An entire chapter is dedicated to creating a ¡°hair growing¡± environment on your scalp. You will learn massage techniques, therapeutic masks, and daily treatments which heal and revitalize your hair follicles. The premise of the book is based on eliminating the excess of DHT in your body. DHT, you will learn, is a potent hormone. Excess DHT literally attacks your hair follicles and makes you go bald. Learn more at http://www.curemydisorder.com/links/DHT-Hormone-Hairloss The program¡¯s first step is a unique cleansing technique. It eliminates DHT-increasing toxins from your body as well as those generally hindering your hair growth. It is important to note this book is for both men and women. There are separate chapters devoted to each. You can learn about your sex¡¯s specific handicaps and how to overcome them. The next section of book is dedicated to nutrition. You will learn specific nutrition techniques, including many tasty recipes, which both eliminate excess DHT and promote hair growth. Nutrition is one of the primary tools you have to achieve both goals simultaneously. DHT hormone is a concentrated form of Testosterone. When your body makes too much testosterone, you make too much DHT. While your hair is most sensitive to the affects of testosterone, the rest of your body suffers as well. A 2007 study performed by the University of Cambridge¡¯s School of Clinical Medicine revealed the true implications of losing your hair. Men who seemed healthy but were losing their hair had significantly higher levels of testosterone throughout their bodies. Those same men had a 14% increase of mortality over men without elevated testosterone. The study concluded that elevated

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