How can I make my hair grow faster?

There are number of things that you can do to give your hair the best prerequisite to grow. However, keep in mind that hair usually only grows about a quarter of an inch to half an inch a month – so first of all be patient and realistic in your expectations.
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Is there a cure for baldness?

There is no known baldness cure, but maintaining hair growth is a way to approach baldness before the onset of the problem.
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How can I stop or prevent hair loss?

60% of women will experience some form of hair growth disruption at some stage at their lives and hair loss, in its varying forms, can occur due to a number of different reasons, some of which are more easily addressed than others. Yet no matter what type of hair loss occurs, the Hair Growth Cycle is almost always affected. That being said, there are a number of things that you can try to prevent or stop hair loss.
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What causes hair loss?

Different types of hair loss also indicate different causes of hair loss. There are many hair loss causes, some more obvious than others, and some are more easily addressed than others. Below you will find some of the most common reasons for hair loss.
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What is hair restoration?

There are many types of hair loss, and some are more easily addressed than others. For instance, the condition Telogen Effluvium, which presents as excessive shedding, is commonly associate with factors such as stress and diet, just to mention a few.
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What are hair growth vitamins?

Hair loss is more common than a lot of people realise. A hair growth disruption can happen to anyone and whether or not a cause or reason for the hair loss is determined, many are left looking for a treatment solution that can improve the current state of their hair.
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What are the treatments for hair loss?

Hair loss treatments can vary depending on the hair loss type, but what most hair loss types have in common is that they usually stem from a disruption of the normal Hair Growth Cycle.
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What is Alopecia Areata?

Alopecia Areata is a hair loss condition characterised by quite suddenly appearing bald patches on the scalp, therefore, the condition is also known as spot baldness. It is most commonly seen in younger women and men, and about half of cases are seen in people under the age of 20.
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What is Telogen Effluvium?

Telogen Effluvium is one of the most common types of hair loss, and it is usually characterised by excessive shedding and a diffuse thinning of the hair all over the scalp. The hair loss is a result of a significant number of hair follicles entering the Telogen (resting) phase from where they are shed. Rather than returning to the Anagen (growth) phase to produce new hairs, a large number of hair follicles become dormant and stop producing hair.
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Is Nourkrin® safe to use?
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Is Nourkrin® suitable for everyone?
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