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Magnets and Hair Loss?

Posted on March 30, 2012 at 6:32 AM
My reply to today's question.

Can magnets help hair loss?

That is a good question, and in all honesty the answer is that there is not enough evidence as yet to show we can regenerate new growth. We CAN say that if the hair follicles are still ‘alive’ and functioning, we can encourage their ability to remain active and hopefully slow the process of hair loss. We can see that anyone using a good magnetic product over a long enough period will see their hair condition improve and grow faster than normal. Over the years I have had many women complaining that since they have been on magnets, they have to have their roots re-tinted every four weeks instead of every six weeks!
 
To encourage the hair you have to be strengthened and sustained as long as possible I would recommend simply placing our magnetic pillow pad inside your pillow case (on top of the pillow). In this way you would be getting a good 6 to 8 hours treatment per night.
With no effort on your part. 
 
Your skin, and nails should also improve over the following few months and you naturally will get a better nights sleep, so it should be a win-win situation.
 
As for the Magneton, that is primarily for headaches, pain relief and soft tissue injury. It is an incredible machine, far more effective than a Ten or Ultrasound, but for hair loss you would have to use it three times a day for 5 minutes per session. Really, the Pillow Pad is your best bet.
 
I hope that helps
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Reply Dr Tyng Tan
8:21 AM on April 16, 2012 
this is quite an interesting theory- the use of magnet to slow the process of hair loss. I think this one is worth pursuing for further clinical study.

Dr Tyng Tan is a clinic director of Hair and Laser Clinic in Singapore- http://www.hairandlaserclinic.com/
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