Here’s what does — along with a natural way to stop it
Get your wife or girlfriend hot, bothered, and VERY turned on with this weird method — works like “remote control foreplay”
Picture a remote with a special button you can push that instantly gets your wife or girlfriend wanting intimacy…
You can be at work or driving home, and she will be undressed and waiting for you on the bed!
This takes all the work out of “getting her in the mood,” so you can hurry up and enjoy getting busy together.
I call it the “sexual lens” method — it works like remote control foreplay…
Breakthrough discovery: proof that THIS does NOT cause hair loss
Let’s get one thing out of the way.
Men with male pattern baldness do not have higher serum levels of testosterone, or its metabolite, DHT (dihydrotestosterone):
“Increased serum concentrations of DHT were observed in patients with androgenetic alopecia (17 women, 5 men), but also in the control group. The differences in mean values of DHT were not significant according to the types of alopecia and the control group. Increased serum concentrations of DHT were not correlated with the advance of alopecia.”
This was the rationale for decades, and still permeates popular culture to this day.
To make matters worse (or better, depending on your point of view)…
Men with full heads of hair have been found to have HIGHER serum androgen and DHT levels than men with so-called androgenetic alopecia (AGA):
“Yet the absolute serum androgen concentrations in men with a disposition to balding is lower than in men with no reduction of scalp hair. The widespread assumption that androgen levels are in general elevated in bald-trait men must therefore be rejected.” – Knusmann et al. (1992)
What is true about DHT is that it is elevated in the scalp of balding men.
But what is seldom mentioned is that cortisol, estrogen, aldosterone, prostaglandins etc. are ALSO elevated in the scalp of balding men.
It is therefore profoundly reductionistic to focus on DHT at the expense of the big picture.
DHT is an adaptive, protective steroid hormone, not a destructive compound which needs to be suppressed.
The presence of various stress hormones like cortisol and estrogen indicates that something is happening in the scalp.
The evidence of inflammation, fibrosis, calcification, muscular tension and microvascular insufficiency in the scalp of men with AGA points toward a different cause of baldness…
…baldness as being the result of a chronic injury from deleterious inflammatory processes, and not a mysterious genetic condition.
A recent study by Shi et al. (2020) has found DHT to have anti-inflammatory and wound-healing benefits in mice with major burn injuries.
Is it not possible that the elevated DHT in the scalp of balding men is there to heal and not to destroy?
I think the evidence speaks for itself.
—-Important Message for Men Suffering from Hair Loss—-
This natural balm promotes new hair growth — it’s like a human Chia pet!
Remember those things? Back in the day, when the Chia Pet commercial came on, we would tease my (bald) dad that we were going to water his head.
He’d chuckle, but I don’t really think he thought it was funny. He was just humoring us.
In fact, when my own son started to experience hair loss, I knew he didn’t think it was funny.
Luckily, I found a way for my son and other men to regrow hair naturally.
It’s a natural balm you rub into the scalp before bed.
The ingredients in this balm oxygenate the hair follicles, stimulating new hair growth.
And it’s so easy to make. It only requires two cheap ingredients.
Urysiak-Czubatka, I., Kmieć, M. L., & Broniarczyk-Dyła, G. (2014). Assessment of the usefulness of dihydrotestosterone in the diagnostics of patients with androgenetic alopecia. Postepy dermatologii i alergologii, 31(4), 207–215.
Knussmann, R., Christiansen, K., & Kannmacher, J. (1992). Relations between sex hormone level and characters of hair and skin in healthy young men. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 88(1), 59–67. doi:10.1002/ajpa.1330880106