The Risks With Pulling Out A Wisdom Tooth

The Risks With Pulling Out A Wisdom Tooth

Most of our teeth grow during our younger years, save for a few. The last three or four molars to come out are usually known as wisdom teeth since they come out much later. Wisdom teeth commonly make their appearance from ages 17 to 25, when people are older and much wiser.
For many the eruption of these last few teeth often causes a great deal of pain. The pain is often caused by the piercing of the teeth through the gums. In addition to this, there may also be a lack of space due to the presence of other teeth. The addition of new teeth may cause dental deformation, inflammation and other problems. As a result many people opt to have their wisdom teeth removed. Other than the usual pain and swelling afterwards, there may be bigger problems. For those considering this, here are the risks associated with the removal of wisdom teeth.
Infection. Since wisdom tooth removal involves dental surgery there may be a possibility of infections taking place. This commonly happens after the procedure when food particles enter the socket. As a result bacteria can grow causing abnormal inflammation, discharge, pain, fever and a bad taste. In more severe cases, bacteria from the infection may travel into the bloodstream and cause complications. Milder cases of infections may be controlled through antibiotics and may not require hospitalization.
Dry Socket. The most common risk also known as alveolar osteitis, this is a postoperative condition which involves the delay in the healing process. The condition comes about when the blood clot that forms after the removal of the tooth becomes dislodged. A dry socket may also occur when a blood clot fails to form. As a result the boney socket walls become exposed. A dull continuous throbbing pain may be felt from the jaw area moving up towards the ear. Aside from the discomfort, a foul odor may also be emitted. This condition often takes place three to five days after the removal of a wisdom tooth and commonly occurs in the lower jaw.
Numbness. It is normal to experience some numbness in the mouth and lip areas during any extraction process because of the anesthetic. However, when it comes to wisdom tooth extraction the numbness may last even after the anesthetic has worn out. This can be a result of injury to the nerves in the area during the tooth extraction. In more extreme cases a condition known as paresthesia can occur. The condition involves permanent facial numbness due to permanent nerve damage.
Sinus exposure. Roots of the upper wisdom teeth are closely located to the maxillary sinuses. In some rare cases the removal of wisdom teeth in this area results in an opening in the sinus area. The opening leads to a connection from mouth to sinus and may call for surgery in order to close it. A bad smell and or taste may develop while the sinus is exposed. There may also be increased mucus discharge. Blood may also pass from the mouth to the sinus cavity causing blood to be present in the nose.
Weakened or fractured jaw. Impacted teeth or those which are fused to the jaw bone may cause the jaws to weaken or break when removed. The use of excessive force, a firmly anchored tooth and other conditions can all cause the jaws to be fractured or injured.

Understanding Male Hair Loss

Understanding Male Hair Loss

In many families, balding has become almost an expected occurrence as a man ages. Even though these men are expecting male hair loss, they don’t escape the emotional turmoil that this condition often causes.
The medical term for genetic male hair loss is “androgenetic alopecia”. For most men, the technical term falls far short of describing the condition. Understanding the cause of hair loss doesn’t guarantee cheerful acceptance, but it can go a long way in helping the victim to cope.
The cause of male hair loss in the vast majority of men is genetic, or a trait inherited from one’s parents. Basically, if one’s family is genetically predisposed to male hair loss, the hormones that developed masculine traits during puberty will begin working against oneself at some point, causing hair to thin and fall out. A certain gene causes the hair follicles to change after puberty, although hair loss may occur until much later. As a man matures, a form of testosterone called DHT begins to rise, and the already affected hair follicles to function less effectively. The hormone imbalance caused by the DHT causes the hair follicle to work less and less, causing the hair that grows there to grow thinner and eventually die and fall out.
This process is called “androgenetic alopecia” by the medical establishment, but many men have much more colorful names for it. Of course, anyone watching late night television knows that there are many hair loss remedies marketed to men and often women. Some medical treatments include the FDA approved Rogaine and Propecia, retail names for the drugs minoxidil and finesteride, respectively. Many companies market hair thickeners and gels, designed to help the hair remaining look thicker, but not providing a solution to the underlying problem.
Of course, there are many “natural” and herbal treatments that claim to regrow hair, some more effective than others. Billions of dollars are spent each year on these treatments. Many men choose hair replacement, plugs or reseeding and some even try a toupee.
Understanding male genetic hair loss is necessarily the first step to searching for a hair loss remedy or even one’s acceptance of baldness. The ultimate goal in either situation is to eliminate male hair loss as a cause of one’s emotional stress.

Understanding Toothaches

Understanding Toothaches

As we all know, toothaches are the result of several different factors. The pain that stems from a toothache is always apparent, normally in the form of throbbing. The pain will normally intensify as time goes by, when you eat, lay down, or drink hot/cold liquids. Toothaches are very painful, and it may seem that no matter what you do – it seems to hurt more.

In the dental world, toothaches can include such things as cavities, infections or abscess in the teeth or gums, debris that has been trapped between the teeth and gums, and trauma to the face, teeth, or the jaw. Sometimes, toothaches can result from medical conditions and have nothing to do with dental. In most cases, if the problem goes without being checked, it can lead to serious trouble and maybe even become a life threatening situation.

Normally, when you have a toothache, you’ll experience tremendous pain. The pain will stem from the affected tooth or the jaw, and you’ll know it almost immediately. It will start out to be a throbbing pain, then continue to get worse and worse until you get it treated. If you wait too long and allow the infection to spread throughout the tooth, you’ll end up having to get it pulled or cut out.

Anytime you start to experience a toothache, you shouldn’t hesitate to make an appointment with your dentist to have it checked. Sometimes, getting an appointment when your tooth starts hurting is easier said than done. Even though you may be able to use certain products to stop the pain, the pain will always come back until you get the problem fixed. A toothache will always come back, until you get the tooth taken care of.

If you visit your dentist in time and he catches the problem early, he may be able to save your tooth. Normally, this will result in a filling, crown, or root canal, although you won’t have to have the tooth removed. Dentists always look to save teeth, as they don’t like to remove a tooth unless they absolutely have to. If the tooth has become abscessed, the dentist will put you on antibiotics such as penicillin until the infection has subsided enough to remove the tooth.

Throughout our lives, most of us will experience the pain and agony of a toothache at some point. A toothache can be the worst pain you have ever felt in your life, especially if you are feeling the pain of an abscess. If you’ve never had a toothache, you should consider yourself lucky. Those who have had toothaches though, will tell you that the pain is something you never want to experience – it will make you feel as if your whole world is falling apart.

Relaxing Dentistry. It’s Not An Oxymoron!

Relaxing Dentistry. It’s Not An Oxymoron!

As dentists, we all meet patients everyday who are scared stiff of what they are about to experience in the dentist chair. Well, I’m proud to say, “I make a specialty of helping patients who are afraid of dentists!” Believe it or not, many patients find a dental appointment with me can be a relaxing experience …even enjoyable!
I’m a great believer in alternative therapies and I use Reikí in my practice to calm patients’ fears and help them relax. You may not be familiar with Reikí, so let me explain—it’s not voodoo.
Reikí is a technique that allows everyone to tap into an unlimited supply of “life force energy” to improve health and enhance the quality of life. The knowledge that an unseen energy flows through all living things and is connected directly to the quality of health has been part of the wisdom of many cultures since ancient times. The existence of this energy has been verified by scientific experiments, and many doctors and dentists now consider the role it plays in the functioning of the immune system and the healing process to be of great value.
Reikí is a simple, natural, and safe method of spiritual healing and self-improvement that everyone can use. Reikí treatments feel like a wonderful glowing radiance that flows through you. Reikí treats the whole person including: body, emotions, mind and spirit, and creates many beneficial effects including relaxation. When used in dentistry, Reikí naturally relaxes the body and calms feelings of anxiety. As a Reikí Master, I can transfer this beneficial energy to a patient before or during their dental treatment to relieve anxiety. Patients tell me they feel a sense of peace, security, and well being making their dental visit a more pleasant experience than they ever expected.
Reikí affects different people in different ways. As well as relaxation, it can be beneficial for insomnia, stress, headaches, neck stiffness, depression and pain. Use of Reikí releases the numbness associated with freezing after treatment is completed—patients can actually articulate!
Here are a few cases where the use of Reikí made a real difference: An 11-year-old girl suffering emotional and dental trauma after a car accident needed a root canal and a broken tooth repaired. On her first visit, she could not be treated because of severe stress. On her second visit, I applied “hands-on” Reikí treatment before proceeding and was able to complete the work with no problems.
On several occasions I have treated adults who had suffered childhood traumas. In each case the front teeth were involved. With application of Reikí, the original trauma was visualized and then released, allowing successful treatment and healing. Healing is promoted in a state of silence as the body begins to heal itself. Reikí boosts the body’s energy into balance so the healing can take place.
Reikí cannot be “switched off”, the energy continues to flow from my hands while I work on the patient—some actually fall asleep! I’ve had an occasion where three patients in a row fell asleep. This is because Reikí creates a feeling of harmony in the environment where it’s practiced. Relaxed patients develop a natural feeling of trust.
Recently, while traveling, a companion complained of a severe toothache for which she had been taking painkillers for two months. After 15 minutes of Reikí, the pain went away for five days without painkillers. A root canal was performed immediately upon return to Canada.
It’s natural to be skeptical when hearing about treatments that seem to defy medical reasoning. In the very beginning, I was skeptical myself! But after trying Reikí on a few patients, I noticed something—the patient’s mood would change. One, who had arrived in a bad mood, said she felt like laughing and dancing after the treatment. We were both amazed and I’ve been using Reikí ever since.

Wisdom Tooth Jaw Pain- So Whoever Said The Wisdom Tooth Is Wise

Wisdom Tooth Jaw Pain- So Whoever Said The Wisdom Tooth Is Wise

Many times the wisdom teeth will need to be removed because they are impacted or are just coming in the wrong way. Wisdom tooth jaw pain go together, whether it is while the tooth is still in your mouth or because you have just had oral surgery to remove the impacted tooth. Either way, there are many things you can do to alleviate the pain and discomfort.

The need to have your wisdom teeth removed could happen at any time during your life but it tends to occur more often during the young adult years. When the wisdom tooth becomes impacted it can be difficult and painful to chew, talk or swallow. The pain can be fairly constant and not just occur when you are eating. It can also radiate up your neck.

If it becomes impacted it can become even more painful and a trip to your local oral surgeon may be in order. The actual surgery is pretty simple and straight forward. Dealing with wisdom tooth jaw pain after the surgery can be done in a number of ways.

Of course the most expected form of relief is to get some sort of pill, either prescription or over the counter. Your doctor will tell you what you can take for pain. He will write you a prescription if he wants you to have something stronger than over the counter. Make sure you carefully follow the dosing instructions.

Another thing you have to avoid after having your wisdom teeth removed is anything that requires sucking. Stay away form using straws and if you are a smoker you should stop smoking for at least a few days while you recuperate.

You will also need to be very careful about what you eat. Your mouth and jaw will be sore and the last thing you want to do is to eat any foods that are hard or really chewy. Stick with softer foods for the first week or so (your doctor will let you know when you can start eating normally again).

If you eat something hard or crunchy it could find it's way to the incision where your tooth was removed. Trust me, you don't want anything sharp jabbing you right in that spot for quite some time after the surgery.

Pain relief can also come from using hot or cold compresses on your cheek. This can offer inflammation relief which can take some of the pressure off the jaw and ease some of the pain.

Sleeping can be a bit of a challenge after the surgery if you are a side sleeper. It will only be a day or two though, in most cases, so don't worry.

Wisdom tooth jaw pain can occur before and after you have your wisdom teeth taken out. The nice thing is that after the surgery the pain will go away within a few days. Before the surgery it can last until you decide to get the teeth removed. Either way, it doesn't have to be permanent.

7 Reasons You Want A Holistic Dentist To Take Care of Your Teeth

7 Reasons You Want A Holistic Dentist To Take Care of Your Teeth

Use of Bio-Compatible Dental Materials: Let's face it, we live in a toxic world; so you don't want to add to your toxic load or create more stress for your immune system through your dentistry. Studies indicate that at some point at least twenty per cent of dental patients develop sensitivity to dental material. Your holistic dentist will have different forms of testing available to ascertain which materials are suitable for you.

Non-Painful and Natural Treatment of Gum Diseases: In dentistry, the only condition that can strictly speaking be called a disease is periodontal (gum) disease. The media has drawn a lot of attention recently to research showing that bacteria causing gum disease is not only found in the mouth. The same bacteria can be found in the blood stream when a patient has gum disease and may also be present in instances of heart disease. The mouth is the gateway to the body and a sound oral environment is a necessary support for a strong heart in a healthy body. Your gums are the foundation for any dental treatment. A holistic dentist will always try to implement a balanced and progressive program for preserving your gums before recommending a more aggressive approach to your periodontal care.

Safe Removal of Metal Fillings: It is vital that a strict protocol be followed whenever metal fillings need to be replaced. This includes tooth isolation so that no metal particles find themselves in your mouth or, worse yet, are swallowed. Clean air and oxygen should be provided for you to breathe, along with any special filtration and a custom high speed vacuum unit.

Ideally your holistic dentist will also have a filter that will prevent the metal that has been removed from getting into the public water system. In our oceans, fourteen per cent of the pollution is caused by dental metals. Bay Area dentists are actually required to implement this type of filtration to protect the waters of San Francisco Bay.

Prevention and Effective Treatment of Bite Problems and TMJ Problems: Your holistic dentist knows that your mouth is the gateway to your body, not just internally but structurally as well. The patient's bite alignment must always be factored into the total picture of dental treatment, along with specific concerns like problems with the jaw joint (TMJ). Bite assessment is important for treatment, not just for the head and jaw but for the structure of the body as a whole.

Measures to take for bite correction include use of splints designed with state of the art materials, as well as muscular adjustments within the mouth. Sometimes your holistic dentist may coordinate treatment directly with a chiropractor in order to give you the most positive results.

Your bite must be at its best for the successful outcome to your dental treatment: a relaxed and beautiful smile.

Adjunctive Support: Traditionally, dentists have always stressed the importance of regular brushing and flossing, particularly after eating sweets, for the maintenance of dental health. Your holistic dentist may put even more emphasis on the importance of good dietary habits.

For example, an alkaline, sugar-free diet is an important adjunct to preventive oral health. It is well known that sugar contributes to tooth decay. This is because the bacteria that cause decay easily feed and grow on intake of sugar. An alkaline diet is also helpful in that the stresses of our world tend to cause acidity of the saliva, which affects the health of both teeth and gums. An alkaline diet keeps the ph of saliva at the proper balance so that the digestive processes beginning with the mouth will function optimally. Following some simple dietary guidelines can minimize and actually eliminate sugar cravings.

Your holistic dentist may also use aids like homeopathics, which are a powerful support to oral health and dental treatment. Homeopathic pellets of Aconitum Napellus can be administered to calm anxiety before treatment. Homeopathic gels can be used topically after procedures to dissipate the effects of anesthetics. Others, such as Arnica and Traumeel, can be applied topically to sore gum tissue.

Cosmetic Bonding for Preservation of Tooth Structure: Metal fillings that are 15-20 years old can create cracks in your teeth that eventually grow to become fractures. It is not uncommon to have old fillings stay intact while the tooth structure crumbles around it. In addition to metal fillings weakening tooth structure, they stain the underlying tooth black. It is best to remove old fillings before the tooth breaks, risking root canals or crowns and caps.

Through bonding techniques caps or crowns are sometimes unnecessary, since bonding helps to hold the tooth together rather than wedge it apart. This strengthening through bonding allows us to be more conservative and remove less tooth structure. There are many durable tooth-colored filling materials available today that support the tooth and look natural and beautiful.

Products and Education for Eliminating Toxicity from Your Dental Treatment, Dental Products, Your Home and Your Environment: Today limiting the damage caused by toxicity is a hidden determinant to good health. Limiting toxicity may present as big a challenge as getting proper nutrition. Your body has the wisdom to convert whatever you feed it into nutrients it can use, but over time the immune system and organs of the body may respond to cumulative toxicity by breaking down.

It is important for patients to know about the ingredients to avoid in toothpaste and mouthwash. There is more and more availability of organic, effective, good-tasting alternatives for home dental care. Your holistic dentist can educate you in the many ways that toxic ingredients can be found in personal care and cleaning products and even food and medicine.

Learning which ingredients are best avoided and taking the time to read labels are two ways that we can empower ourselves and our families to strive for good oral health and overall well being. Educating and influencing patients to have a more balanced lifestyle is another of the reasons why your holistic dentist provides important service to your community.

Have you taken or drank tea that was made from Fenugreek seeds? If not then you must try it

Have you taken or drank tea that was made from Fenugreek seeds? If not then you must try it

Incase you are not aware; wintergreen and peppermint are perfect flavors that will help you to get rid of bad breath. These herbs should be chewed to get the needed result of fresh breath and bacterial removal.|A toothache is one of the mouth conditions that may lead to bad breath. Infections in the throat and gums and others. However, taking the herb known as commiphora molmol can eliminate the bacteria that cause these infections. The Latin nomenclature is Myrrh.

If you are having an intensive or chronic bad breath, then you need to eat some common fruits to reduce the effects. Incase you don’t know of which particular fruit to take. You should select guava. It will help you to reduce bad breath.|The issue of bad breath is a universal issue and calls for joint concern. It was reported way back in 1997 that in the United States alone, the amount of money spent on bad breath cure products is more than $1 billion united States Dollars. It is outrageous isn’t it?|If you utilize the services of a qualified dentist, your bad breath will be treated with ease. One of the ways that you will be treated is by ensuring that the diseases on your gum are treating very well so that infections will not cause bad breath. Consult a dentist for this today.

The moment you start noticing plaques in between your teeth, you must know that bad breath is possibly going to be emanating from your mouth. Go to a dentist so that those crowns and old fillings in your teeth will be replaced.|You must ensure that on daily basis you practice how to get rid of bad breath. Among other things, you need to know how to effectively wash your mouth with effective mixtures in the form of mouthwashes. Also, you need to be able to floss, brush and scrape your tongue.

Plaque is a gum disease and this will definitely cause bad breath for you. In order for you to get rid of bad breath, you must treat this gum disease. Professional dentists will help you in this aspect.|You have been told to avoid certain foods that cause bad breath for you. Foods that have high fats, sugars, proteins and acidic fall into this category. Avoid them if you are interested in getting rid of bad breath.|If you want to know how to personally test if you have bad breath, then do this exercise – lick the back of your hand, allow the saliva to dry, then smell the portion. You will definitely know if your breath is bd. This self-test may not be the ultimate but it really works.

Diabetes Tips That Should Not Be Ignored 2

Diabetes Tips That Should Not Be Ignored

Commonly referred to by some as simply the “sugar,”? Diabetes can wreak havoc on lives, causing amputations, blindness, heart disease, and even death. If you have diabetes or simply want to know more about the subject, you can read the article below and learn some great tips from the experts.

If you are battling illness, you should increase the frequency of your glucose readings. When your body is devoting its resources to fighting off infection, blood sugars can fluctuate in response to the physical and emotional stress that is often linked with sickness. Check glucose and urine ketone levels as often as six times daily during your illness.

There are a lot of options out there when it comes to blood glucose monitors. Don't be overwhelmed by the choices. Before you begin shopping, decide what factors are most important to you such as speed, testing location, cost, data analysis, etc. Once you know what is important, it will be easier to narrow down your choices and choose the one that is best for you.

You should replace sugary drinks with water, diet sodas, or green tea. Green tea has been shown to improve some people's sensitivity to insulin. You should not take green tea supplements without consulting your doctor because some people have severe cases of liver toxicity when they take them.

To make sure each meal you eat is balanced, divide your plate into sections. Devote half your plate to vegetables that are low in starch. Fill one quarter of the plate with healthy carbohydrates and the remaining quarter with a lean protein. This will make sure that your body gets everything it needs, keeping your diabetes in check.

When it comes to dealing with diabetes, one important point to consider is to make sure that you sign up for any sort of membership that your local stores provide. For any diabetes related goods, you can save big time by using the offers the store offers through its exclusive club.

When it comes to dealing with diabetes, one important point to consider is the fact that while you might not be able to afford a gym membership on your own to stay healthy, your employer might offer a discount. Your overall health is critical when it comes to diabetes.

When you have diabetes, immaculate mouth care is not an option if you want healthy teeth and gums. Gum disease is much more prevalent in diabetics, and great care taken with your mouth can help you to have better dental health. Careful brushing and flossing and more frequent dental visits are important as well.

Yogurt is an excellent way for a diabetic to convince their mouth that low-fat, sugar-free food IS enjoyable. Have a cup of non-fat yogurt mixed with seasonable fruit for breakfast with a high-fiber muffin and a glass of milk so that you'll have enough energy to last you right through until lunch.

Although diabetes can result in blindness and a loss of limbs and death, it never has to get to that point. As long as you're following tips like the ones you've just read in the article above, you should be able to manage your sickness without complication. Always learn about different ways you can cope with diabetes.

Benefits and deficiencies of Vitamins

Benefits and deficiencies of Vitamins

Vitamins are compounds found in food, which help us to be fit and healthy. These organic compounds help in the functioning of the various metabolic systems of our body. Vitamins are found naturally in the various foods, which we consume and we can also obtain vitamins in the form of vitamin supplements. Vitamins also help to protect our body from diseases and infections. Vitamins are also essential for the formation of various enzymes and hormones of the body which control the metabolic activities such as digestion, circulation excretion etc. There are about eleven types of vitamins, which are essential for the human body. Vitamin A is essential for the proper functioning of our eye and it also acts as an anti oxidant preventing certain oxidizing chemical reactions, which cause harm to our body. Vitamin A can be obtained from green leafy vegetables, broccoli, carrot, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, papaya etc. The B group vitamins include thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folic acid, cyanocobalamin and biotin. These are essential for the proper functioning of our nervous system and for the conversion of food in to energy by the body. It is also essential for the proper functioning of various metabolic activities of our body. Vitamin B is available from whole grains, beans, fish, lean meat, fruits and vegetables, dry fruits, nuts, milk, egg, soy beans, etc. Vitamin B-12 can be obtained only from animal sources such as liver, egg, meat, cheeses etc. B group vitamins are essential for the amino acid metabolism, nitrogen metabolism, and for the healthy skin. Vitamin C can be obtained from citrus fruits such as lemon, sweet lime, oranges, grapes, grapefruit etc. Vitamin C is essential for the prevention of diseases and infection. It also helps in the absorption of iron. Vitamin D can be obtained from sunlight. It is essential for the bones and teeth. It is also needed for the growth of our body. Vitamin E is an essential antioxidant. It can be obtained from whole grains, asparagus, wheat germ, corn, green leafy vegetables and seeds.

If you do not take a proper nutritious diet then you may suffer from vitamin deficiency health problems. Lack of Vitamin A can cause problems related to eyesight such as night blindness. Insufficient Vitamin B can cause diseases like Beriberi, Anemia, poor resistance to diseases, etc. Lack of Vitamin C causes gum bleeding, weakness, loss of appetite, tiredness etc. Insufficient vitamin D causes deformation of bones and teeth. Deficiency of vitamins in food leads to poor health. An effective way of filling the nutritional gaps due to poor eating habits is the use of vitamin supplements. These vitamin supplements can help us to boost our immune system and to build up stamina.

It is always better to take vitamins as a whole from food sources rather than synthetic vitamins. Taking synthetic vitamins is more like taking half vitamin and our body treats natural and synthetic vitamin differently. It is very essential to provide our body with natural nutrients for protecting various organs and body functions. Our body needs whole vitamins, which are found naturally in the foods such as grains, vegetables and fruits rather than vitamin supplements. Our body utilizes the natural vitamin more efficiently than the synthetic vitamin.

Is There a Role For Nutrition In Treating Hair Loss?

Is There a Role For Nutrition In Treating Hair Loss?

Could something as basic as inadequate nutrition really contribute to excessive shedding of hair?
Does sensible nutrition have a role to play in helping hair to regrow?
The answer to both questions is yes! There is no doubt that poor nutrition and hectic lifestyles can contribute to hair loss. Modern diets can be associated with a number of nutritional deficiencies that are thought to contribute to hair loss:
The refining of whole grains reduces the B vitamin content.
Over cooking of vegetables destroys B vitamins.
Raw leafy greens are absent in most diets.
The vitamins that have been ingested are often re-directed to facilitate the digestion of nutritionally sterile carbohydrates like sugar and white flour.
Stimulants like caffeine, nicotene and alcohol rob the body of vital nutrients.
Excessive salt intake can encourage hair loss because of its tendency to accumulate in tissue.
Low fiber intake inhibits digestion thus reducing the body's ability to deliver nutrients to the blood stream.
Clearly poor nutrition can cause hair loss because the body will ration nutrients in a hierarchy of vital organs first and hair last. It is unlikely that improved nutrition alone will result in new hair growth but it will minimize shedding and support other treatments that encourage regrowth.
You can learn more about the importance of sound nutrition in maintaining healthy hair at the site listed below.