Does halting working out lead to hair decline?

Concern by amiru64: Does halting exercising cause hair reduction?
I am 27 .I had been operating out for more than two years and I experienced no severe hair loss. Then I stopped and during the very last six month, I have lost tons of hair :((
I have experimented with some hair decline shampoos like Alpecin and Science and taken some hair vitamins. No positive benefits.
I was considering that probably Testosterone that was presently helping me attaining muscle is now leading to hair loss.
Any thought? Assist pls
Thank you.

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3 thoughts on “Does halting working out lead to hair decline?

  1. You can try Bawang Anti-fall and Renewal Shampoo. A number of friends have used the product and told me it prevents hairs from falling and makes the hair thicker.

    I have also seen the following video from YouTube. The product looks quite promising.

    My Hair Loss Story + Hair Care Routine
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=742d0W-2T-k

    The product contains Chinese herbs extracts which can restrain and balance the sebum, nourish hair follicles, strengthen the hair root to make hair stronger and prevent hair loss. Bawang is not available in all countries. You can find it at the ebay.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/BAWANG-Anti-Fall-Renewal-Shampoo-Hair-Renewal-Liquid-/250796482548?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3a64a29ff4

  2. Stopping exercise is likely not the cause of your hair loss. While testosterone is considered to be linked to genetic male pattern hair loss, there is little evidence that a person’s diet or exercise can accelerate or slow this particular process. More likely, you have been losing hair for a while now, and only recently has it become noticeable and more aggressive. It is believed that a person loses about 50% of their hair before hair loss is even noticeable. The rate, pattern, and age that a person experiences hair loss varies greatly between people, so it may have just coincidentally picked up at this time.

    There are some medications to help slow or deter hair loss, such as Finasteride and Minoxidil, but check with your doctor if those are appropriate for your case.

    Hair transplant is also an option, especially considering the no-scar Neograft approach. http://www.advancedhairseattle.com/neograft-vs-traditional.html

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