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Scientists say a new way to stop hair loss
- February 26, 2020
- Posted by: Wiley M. Wagner
- Category: Science
Scientists from New York Medical University today presented to the public their new theory on how to effectively stop hair loss on the head in the male part of the population – their theory is the ability to control a single muscle located directly on the head in the area of the hair follicle cover . In particular, experts have already conducted several sessions of experiments on experimental rats, which have demonstrated that in this way it is possible to actually effectively stop hair loss, while also adding a little natural health to them.
The new mechanism covers the so-called dermal sheet muscle, which is located in the area of the upper part of the skull and which is responsible for conducting a signal from the follicles to the lower skin integuments, which produce new follicles. Moreover, previous studies in this direction have illustrated the strong relationship between this muscle and the skin of the follicles, which are the “final point” of removing old follicles and creating new ones.
After conducting several tests with experimental rats, scientists found that exposure to the dermal sheet muscle actually allows, although not always accurately, to control the growth of new follicles, while increasing the overall level of hairiness per unit of measure. In other words, this follicle region may be the starting point for further experiments in this direction, since the problem of hair loss – especially early hair loss – is especially painful for many modern men.
It is worth noting the fact that hair loss can be caused not only by a violation of the coordination of communication between the leaf muscle and the skin of the follicle – other mechanisms that scientists can only guess about can affect this. Be that as it may, for now it remains only to wait for the end of the first stage of the experiment, and at the same time to observe parallel studies related to various other methods of preserving hair on the head.