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The Ultimate List of Modern Treatments for Men's Thinning Hair 

Thinning hair is a common problem among men, and can be caused by a variety of factors such as genetics, age, nutrient deficiencies, and lifestyle choices. While there are a number of treatments available for thinning hair, many men are unsure of which treatment is right for them. This article will provide a comprehensive list of the best modern treatments, including information on the cost, time commitment, and results associated with each treatment.

What is thinning hair and what are the causes?

Hair thinning is a common problem among men (even younger guys), and can be caused by a variety of factors such as genetics, age, and lifestyle choices. The most common type of thinning hair is androgenetic alopecia, which is a genetic condition that affects both men and women. Other common culprits can include scalp infections, hormonal disorders, nutrient deficiencies (especially vitamin D and zinc), and certain medications.

Can anything make the hair loss worse?

There are a number of causes that can aggravate the problem, including stress, diet, and lifestyle choices. Poor diet and lack of exercise can lead to deficiencies in key nutrients that are essential for healthy hair. Stress can also increase the production of hormones such as cortisol, which can have a negative impact on the follicles in your scalp. Lifestyle choices such as smoking and drinking too much alcohol can also contribute to losing hair density.

What are the different types of treatments available for thinning hair?

There are various treatments available for thinning hair, including medications, supplements, and hair transplant surgeries. The best treatment for thinning hair depends on the cause of the problem. If the culprit is unknown or cannot be treated, then one option is to first try a shampoo for hair loss or a supplement (we'll get to that soon!).

Supplements & medications

Nutrafol
(the best supplement recommendation by Avenue Man team)

This hair loss prevention supplement is designed to support healthy hair growth. The formula contains a blend of essential nutrients and herbs that have been shown to promote hair health and thickness. The supplement can be taken daily, and many users report seeing results within 4-6 weeks.

The powerful ingredients in the Nutrafol formula include a sufficient dose of Vitamin D, biotin, zinc, saw palmetto, pumpkin seed oil, and more. The supplement also contains a proprietary blend of herbs called Follicusan, which has been shown to promote outstanding strength and thickness.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D is often called the "sunshine vitamin" because it's produced when our skin is exposed to sunlight. Many people don't get enough vitamin D from the sun, especially during the winter months. This can lead to a deficiency (42% of Americans are deficient), which has been linked to a number of health problems including the loss of hair.

To ensure you're getting an adequate amount of vitamin D each day, spend more time in the sun, eat foods rich with the vitamin like fatty fish, mushrooms, and eggs. And lastly, try a supplement (at least 10000 IU a day) if that works better for your lifestyle.

Zinc

Zinc deficiency is linked to a range of health problems, including hair loss. A deficiency in zinc can cause a slowdown in the growth of new hair cells, and can also lead to a decrease in hair density.

Zinc supplements are available over the counter and can be an effective way to treat inadequate levels in your body.

Before starting any vitamin, supplement, or medication, talk to your doctor to make sure it's the right decision for your health.

Propecia (Finasteride)

Testosterone levels are technically irrelevant when it comes to hair loss (though there is some back and forth on this argument), because testosterone itself does not cause hair loss. This is actually a common myth. Instead, male pattern baldness is caused by a byproduct of testosterone called Dihydrotestosterone (DHT).  

Propecia is a pill that is taken once a day, and it works by blocking the production of DHT. This helps to stop the hair loss process and can help to restore growth.

This prescription drug is not always successful in treating hair loss, but it does have a high success rate for men with mild to moderate thinning. The drug typically starts to work within 3-6 months, and the results usually last as long as the patient continues to take the medication.

Rogaine (Minoxidil) 

Interestingly enough, the exact mechanism for how Rogaine works is unknown, but it’s believed to extend the growth phase of the hair when the solution is applied directly to the follicles (comes in a foam or liquid topical). Rogaine also contains a compound called AHA, which keeps your follicles open by promoting natural exfoliation of the skin.

Most people see results within 3-4 months of use, with even better results the longer the product is used. You can buy topical minoxidil products over-the-counter

Dutasteride

Dutasteride works in a similar way to finasteride by blocking DHT from binding with certain receptors in the hair follicle, but at a higher level. In fact, while finasteride 1mg blocks around 70% of DHT, dutasteride blocks 90% or more. 

While this may seem like the answer to all men’s hair loss problems, a significant DHT reduction can lead to a wide range of side effects such as sexual dysfunction, fatigue, skin issues, and more. 

Hair transplant surgery

This surgical procedure involves moving hair follicles from the back of the scalp to the thinning part . This is done in order to fill in bare patches or to add density to problem areas.

The surgery can be performed with local anesthesia, and the patient can go home the same day. The results are permanent, and most patients are happy with the results.

There are a few downsides to hair transplant surgery, including the cost (between 7 to 15 thousands dollars) and the fact that it requires a medical procedure. But, for men who are suffering from major self-confidence issues, transplant surgery is a viable option.

The best men's hair loss products

Aside from taking supplements and making lifestyle changes, using high quality organic hair products can make a world of difference in how you look and feel, while making your hair appear fuller and thicker.  

Avenue Man hair products curated by New York City celebrity stylist Sergio Slavnov are free from harmful and damaging ingredients found in most mainstream hair care products. Instead, Sergio has focused on adding healthy organic extracts that nourish your hair and scalp. 

Conditioner & shampoo for thinning hair

Our team at Avenue Man created unique Fortifying Shampoo & Volumizing Conditioner rich in key nutrients hydrates, strengthens, and volumizes your hair. Ingredients like pomegranate, spearmint, peppermint, eucalyptus, & vitamins A, C, and E will have your scalp feeling healthier than ever.

Volumizing foam & mousse

Carefully formulated men’s hair mousses like  Argan Oil Volumizing Mousse and Volume Lift Styling Mousse along with Sculpting Foam for Men are the secret to creating more volume, even when you have less hair to work with. 

Fortified with certified organic extracts and made without parabens and alcohols, these volumizing products can keep hair healthy and strong no matter what you have to work with. 

Natural Hair Spray

Our Thickening Hairspray is specifically made to improve your hair quality and enhance thickness while adding volume. Our men’s hairspray is infused with organic extracts and strong enough to withstand heat, humidity, and a long day at the office. 


Thinning hair has got nothing on you. 

Avenue Man hair products are made for the modern guy that wants healthier, fuller appearing hair without all the toxic additives. Our curated line of products will help you feel more confident in no time. 


You can also check out our hair styling tutorials on the Avenue Man YouTube channel.  Look like a model, no matter how thick or thin your hair is. 


Shop now and take a step toward the healthiest and most attractive hair you’ve ever had. 


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*Disclaimer: We are not doctors, nor are we certified to deliver any medical advice. Information provided through our content should always be considered as personal advice and opinion, not medical facts. Please consult with a doctor before considering any type of treatment. 

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