Research Shows Hair Loss Is A Sign Of MUCH Bigger Problems Ahead!



I recommend your read this entire article and you’ll see why in a second. I’m not going to be beat around the bush and tell you what you want to hear, the truth isn’t always pleasant.

You’re Going Bald, Now What?

The number one reason why men go bald is due to over production of DHT and their hair follicles being sensitive to it. Period! Studies show that DHT causes 90% of all men and women to go bald. Sensitivity to DHT is 100% genetic and this gene comes from your mother even if she’s not bald.

What Is DHT?

DHT stands for Dihydrotestosterone which is a hormone that stimulates male characteristics during adolescents and it’s also an androgen. It’s made through the conversion of another androgen known as testosterone. 10% of the testosterone produced by an adult male each day is converted by the testis and prostate (or the ovaries in females). If you’re a male who’s losing your hair this is a very strong indicator that that you’re producing more testosterone than necessary which the body is then converting it into DHT in excess. This causes your hair loss to get worse and worse as time goes on.

Why You Should Be Worried

The fact that you’re producing an excessive amount DHT (your hair loss is the dead giveaway) means your prostate will begin to enlarge (if it hasn’t started already) which leads to “benign prostatic hyperplasia” also known as enlarged prostate glands. This is a known side effect when it comes to excessive DHT production. If you know anyone in your family suffering from an enlarged prostate this is even more of an indicator that you’ll also develop it as well unless you get your DHT levels under control. The earlier you notice baldness setting in the more likely you are to develop and die from prostate cancer over a 21 year period based on this Fox News Report.

DHT induced Enlarge prostate has been linked to prostate cancer & infection, you’ll find all types of conflicting information on this subject but more and more recent studies specifically one by Harvard University is showing this to be the case. As a matter of fact, Harvard’s Physicians’ Health Study found that men with bald spots were more likely to develop coronary artery disease than men with full heads of hair. This means you’ll also face a much higher risk of heart attacks & strokes. All this ties in to excessive DHT production.

If you’re 25 years old or older now is the time to act since day by day the problem is getting worse, not better. Some men might be effected earlier on in life while other men might be effected later on in life.

What Can You Do About it?

You have to educate yourself, there is no magic pill that’s going to help you. Numerous studies show that DHT blockers eventually lose their effectiveness due to the body becoming immune to them so don’t view them as a long term solution. For those of you that are serious about tackling this before it becomes a serious problem here’s what you should do:

Step 1: Check out this E-Book called the Hair Loss Black Book (click here)

    [It’s currently on sale for $47 until June.11.2017]

Step 2: Carefully follow the instructions in the book.

Step 3: Be consistent!

This book is based on 100% scientific proof on how to permanently restore your DHT levels back to normal levels and also how to make sure it doesn’t rise again. Once you have your DHT levels under control you are no longer at risk for developing DHT induced enlarged prostate or prostate cancer. At this point you can focus more on your hair loss and what to do to begin re-growing your hair which the book will also teach you how to do as well.

Nigel (the author of the E-Book) is offering a 60-Day money back guarantee if you don’t see a significant reduction in your DHT levels within 60-Days.

Taking care of your DHT levels is the first step to addressing your hair loss problems, there is not a single hair loss, product, program or whatever… that’s going to help you if you can’t get your DHT levels under control first. Not to mention you’ll have bigger health issues to worry about like the ones mentioned above if you don’t get your DHT levels under control asap. This is something you want to tackle early on and not procrastinate.