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#1

I have noticed that my hair sheds in the same areas that I get itching and only when the itching gets bad. I attribute this to an inflammatory process. This usually happens when Im off my regimen or slacking. Once I get back on it… no problems. The itching is always on the top of my head… never on the sides where i dont shed. I’m curious if everyone here has the same itching/hair loss association or if its just one type. I can say for those with this type of hair loss: the itching is a great indicator from your body that shedding is coming and you want to get back on your regimen or try something new. If the itching is associated with inflammation it would make sense it could lead to follicle death as inflammation blocks proper circulation and introduction of nutrients (along with waste removal).


#2

» I have noticed that my hair sheds in the same areas that I get itching and
» only when the itching gets bad. I attribute this to an inflammatory
» process. This usually happens when Im off my regimen or slacking. Once I
» get back on it… no problems. The itching is always on the top of my
» head… never on the sides where i dont shed. I’m curious if everyone here
» has the same itching/hair loss association or if its just one type. I can
» say for those with this type of hair loss: the itching is a great
» indicator from your body that shedding is coming and you want to get back
» on your regimen or try something new. If the itching is associated with
» inflammation it would make sense it could lead to follicle death as
» inflammation blocks proper circulation and introduction of nutrients (along
» with waste removal).

Hi crysanthium,

I’m going through the same thing…not sure exactly what’s causing this, I believe it is from dyeing my hair and having the color seep into my scalp which threw off my Ph balance or something…cuz I’m having really bad dandruff and fall out for the last couple of weeks…

Natural had suggested a curcumin/resveratrol combo…which I believe worked well in the past for me…and I just started back on it along with my regular regimen I had been using that I borrowed from hanginthere’s regimen…minus DHT blockers…plus I added fish oil and MSM…

let me know if anything your doing is working for the inflammation…as I am in total agreement…that the itching areas are where the fallout occurs…and my whole head has been itching for 2 weeks…and I’m rapidly losing hair at a 150-200 hairs per day…where before I was around 10-20. I had been maintaining…


#3

Hey Jailbird,

I use Hangins regimen … when Im off it awhile I get the itching and fallout. The more rigorous I follow it the less itching/sensitivity. Ive tried the regimen with less pills and it isnt as effective at reducing the itching (for instance if I run out of one or two ingredients). I use the regimen because I get bad sides off drugs but none I notice from the regimen (unless dry eyes can be blamed on it.) I suggest using the regimen with a strong beta-sit and see how much better you are in as little as 4 days. Any reason for avoiding DHT blockers?

» » I have noticed that my hair sheds in the same areas that I get itching
» and
» » only when the itching gets bad. I attribute this to an inflammatory
» » process. This usually happens when Im off my regimen or slacking. Once
» I
» » get back on it… no problems. The itching is always on the top of my
» » head… never on the sides where i dont shed. I’m curious if everyone
» here
» » has the same itching/hair loss association or if its just one type. I
» can
» » say for those with this type of hair loss: the itching is a great
» » indicator from your body that shedding is coming and you want to get
» back
» » on your regimen or try something new. If the itching is associated
» with
» » inflammation it would make sense it could lead to follicle death as
» » inflammation blocks proper circulation and introduction of nutrients
» (along
» » with waste removal).
»
» Hi crysanthium,
»
» I’m going through the same thing…not sure exactly what’s causing this,
» I believe it is from dyeing my hair and having the color seep into my scalp
» which threw off my Ph balance or something…cuz I’m having really bad
» dandruff and fall out for the last couple of weeks…
»
» Natural had suggested a curcumin/resveratrol combo…which I believe
» worked well in the past for me…and I just started back on it along with my
» regular regimen I had been using that I borrowed from hanginthere’s
» regimen…minus DHT blockers…plus I added fish oil and MSM…
»
» let me know if anything your doing is working for the inflammation…as I
» am in total agreement…that the itching areas are where the fallout
» occurs…and my whole head has been itching for 2 weeks…and I’m rapidly
» losing hair at a 150-200 hairs per day…where before I was around 10-20.
» I had been maintaining…


#4

» Hey Jailbird,
»
» I use Hangins regimen … when Im off it awhile I get the itching and
» fallout. The more rigorous I follow it the less itching/sensitivity. Ive
» tried the regimen with less pills and it isnt as effective at reducing the
» itching (for instance if I run out of one or two ingredients). I use the
» regimen because I get bad sides off drugs but none I notice from the
» regimen (unless dry eyes can be blamed on it.) I suggest using the regimen
» with a strong beta-sit and see how much better you are in as little as 4
» days. Any reason for avoiding DHT blockers?
»
»
»
» » » I have noticed that my hair sheds in the same areas that I get
» itching
» » and
» » » only when the itching gets bad. I attribute this to an inflammatory
» » » process. This usually happens when Im off my regimen or slacking.
» Once
» » I
» » » get back on it… no problems. The itching is always on the top of
» my
» » » head… never on the sides where i dont shed. I’m curious if
» everyone
» » here
» » » has the same itching/hair loss association or if its just one type.
» I
» » can
» » » say for those with this type of hair loss: the itching is a great
» » » indicator from your body that shedding is coming and you want to get
» » back
» » » on your regimen or try something new. If the itching is associated
» » with
» » » inflammation it would make sense it could lead to follicle death as
» » » inflammation blocks proper circulation and introduction of nutrients
» » (along
» » » with waste removal).
» »
» » Hi crysanthium,
» »
» » I’m going through the same thing…not sure exactly what’s causing
» this,
» » I believe it is from dyeing my hair and having the color seep into my
» scalp
» » which threw off my Ph balance or something…cuz I’m having really bad
» » dandruff and fall out for the last couple of weeks…
» »
» » Natural had suggested a curcumin/resveratrol combo…which I believe
» » worked well in the past for me…and I just started back on it along with
» my
» » regular regimen I had been using that I borrowed from hanginthere’s
» » regimen…minus DHT blockers…plus I added fish oil and MSM…
» »
» » let me know if anything your doing is working for the inflammation…as
» I
» » am in total agreement…that the itching areas are where the fallout
» » occurs…and my whole head has been itching for 2 weeks…and I’m
» rapidly
» » losing hair at a 150-200 hairs per day…where before I was around
» 10-20.
» » I had been maintaining…

crysanthium, I have scalp itch too, you use exactly what Hanging is using ? This is what I copied from Hanging’s regimen

Hangin…(ideal regimen) …
Maxi Hair by Country Life 2/day
Kal Amino Max …Chelated Multi Mineral…2/day

DHT blockers (daily intake)
Saw Palmetto, 320mg Standardized
Pygeum 500mg
Nettles 500mg
Beta Sitosterol 125mg


#5

» I have noticed that my hair sheds in the same areas that I get itching and
» only when the itching gets bad. I attribute this to an inflammatory
» process. This usually happens when Im off my regimen or slacking. Once I
» get back on it… no problems. The itching is always on the top of my
» head… never on the sides where i dont shed. I’m curious if everyone here
» has the same itching/hair loss association or if its just one type. I can
» say for those with this type of hair loss: the itching is a great
» indicator from your body that shedding is coming and you want to get back
» on your regimen or try something new. If the itching is associated with
» inflammation it would make sense it could lead to follicle death as
» inflammation blocks proper circulation and introduction of nutrients (along
» with waste removal).

Topically locate the following and alternate :

  1. PTO topical
  2. Essential oil blend topical
  3. Topical which helps with inflammation / bloodflow / SOD

Regards
Pete


#6

» Hey Jailbird,
»
» I use Hangins regimen … when Im off it awhile I get the itching and
» fallout. The more rigorous I follow it the less itching/sensitivity. Ive
» tried the regimen with less pills and it isnt as effective at reducing the
» itching (for instance if I run out of one or two ingredients). I use the
» regimen because I get bad sides off drugs but none I notice from the
» regimen (unless dry eyes can be blamed on it.) I suggest using the regimen
» with a strong beta-sit and see how much better you are in as little as 4
» days. Any reason for avoiding DHT blockers?
»
»
»
» » » I have noticed that my hair sheds in the same areas that I get
» itching
» » and
» » » only when the itching gets bad. I attribute this to an inflammatory
» » » process. This usually happens when Im off my regimen or slacking.
» Once
» » I
» » » get back on it… no problems. The itching is always on the top of
» my
» » » head… never on the sides where i dont shed. I’m curious if
» everyone
» » here
» » » has the same itching/hair loss association or if its just one type.
» I
» » can
» » » say for those with this type of hair loss: the itching is a great
» » » indicator from your body that shedding is coming and you want to get
» » back
» » » on your regimen or try something new. If the itching is associated
» » with
» » » inflammation it would make sense it could lead to follicle death as
» » » inflammation blocks proper circulation and introduction of nutrients
» » (along
» » » with waste removal).
» »
» » Hi crysanthium,
» »
» » I’m going through the same thing…not sure exactly what’s causing
» this,
» » I believe it is from dyeing my hair and having the color seep into my
» scalp
» » which threw off my Ph balance or something…cuz I’m having really bad
» » dandruff and fall out for the last couple of weeks…
» »
» » Natural had suggested a curcumin/resveratrol combo…which I believe
» » worked well in the past for me…and I just started back on it along with
» my
» » regular regimen I had been using that I borrowed from hanginthere’s
» » regimen…minus DHT blockers…plus I added fish oil and MSM…
» »
» » let me know if anything your doing is working for the inflammation…as
» I
» » am in total agreement…that the itching areas are where the fallout
» » occurs…and my whole head has been itching for 2 weeks…and I’m
» rapidly
» » losing hair at a 150-200 hairs per day…where before I was around
» 10-20.
» » I had been maintaining…

Hey crysanthium
My reason for avoiding DHT blockers is I’ve been pretty sensitive to them in the past…had a bad reaction to finasteride (side effects) about 10 years ago…and when I tried the naturals…I experienced some of the same…not at the same level…it was much less…but they seemed to be surfacing again.


#7

» » I have noticed that my hair sheds in the same areas that I get itching
» and
» » only when the itching gets bad. I attribute this to an inflammatory
» » process. This usually happens when Im off my regimen or slacking. Once
» I
» » get back on it… no problems. The itching is always on the top of my
» » head… never on the sides where i dont shed. I’m curious if everyone
» here
» » has the same itching/hair loss association or if its just one type. I
» can
» » say for those with this type of hair loss: the itching is a great
» » indicator from your body that shedding is coming and you want to get
» back
» » on your regimen or try something new. If the itching is associated
» with
» » inflammation it would make sense it could lead to follicle death as
» » inflammation blocks proper circulation and introduction of nutrients
» (along
» » with waste removal).
»
»
»
»
» Topically locate the following and alternate :
»
»
» 1) PTO topical
» 2) Essential oil blend topical
» 3) Topical which helps with inflammation / bloodflow / SOD
»
»
»
»
» Regards
» Pete

What is PTO?


#8

» » » I have noticed that my hair sheds in the same areas that I get itching
» » and
» » » only when the itching gets bad. I attribute this to an inflammatory
» » » process. This usually happens when Im off my regimen or slacking.
» Once
» » I
» » » get back on it… no problems. The itching is always on the top of
» my
» » » head… never on the sides where i dont shed. I’m curious if
» everyone
» » here
» » » has the same itching/hair loss association or if its just one type.
» I
» » can
» » » say for those with this type of hair loss: the itching is a great
» » » indicator from your body that shedding is coming and you want to get
» » back
» » » on your regimen or try something new. If the itching is associated
» » with
» » » inflammation it would make sense it could lead to follicle death as
» » » inflammation blocks proper circulation and introduction of nutrients
» » (along
» » » with waste removal).
» »
» »
» »
» »
» » Topically locate the following and alternate :
» »
» »
» » 1) PTO topical
» » 2) Essential oil blend topical
» » 3) Topical which helps with inflammation / bloodflow / SOD
» »
» »
» »
» »
» » Regards
» » Pete
»
» What is PTO?

Piroctone Olamine - an ingredient to lower the immume response.

Regards
Pete


#9

» I have noticed that my hair sheds in the same areas that I get itching and
» only when the itching gets bad. I attribute this to an inflammatory
» process. This usually happens when Im off my regimen or slacking. Once I
» get back on it… no problems. The itching is always on the top of my
» head… never on the sides where i dont shed. I’m curious if everyone here
» has the same itching/hair loss association or if its just one type. I can
» say for those with this type of hair loss: the itching is a great
» indicator from your body that shedding is coming and you want to get back
» on your regimen or try something new. If the itching is associated with
» inflammation it would make sense it could lead to follicle death as
» inflammation blocks proper circulation and introduction of nutrients (along
» with waste removal).

Take curcumin 60 mg with 100 mg resveratrol (to stop inflammation). Rotate this every other day with 40 mg CoQ10. It really stopped my shedding. See my post entitled “I highly recommend these supplements” for a more in depth explanation.