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Can red light therapy grow new hair?
So today’s newsletter is answering the question: can baldness be reversed in men?
The clinical condition — so called “androgenetic alopecia” (AGA) — is a terribly common affliction for a majority of men nowadays.
What used to be a minority condition is now commonplace and affects even very young men.
For the past 20 years, the only common and approved treatments for male pattern baldness have been the now infamous finasteride and minoxidil.
Considering the side effects and relatively minimal benefits of these treatments, it is quite astounding that there haven’t been new “officially” approved treatments for this very debilitating condition.
Truth be told, baldness is associated with severe metabolic disease and is a sign of wider, systemic problems.
So baldness should be taken very seriously.
It is therefore unreasonable to expect a definite cure, as if the hair loss was merely a localized problem.
However, there are reasons to be optimistic.
The benefits of red light therapy
As surprising as it might sound, there has actually been a lot of positive research in terms of therapeutic interventions for baldness, dietary or otherwise.
One of these possible interventions is red light therapy, also known as LLLT (Low Level Laser Therapy).
Red light therapy has been a darling of researchers, with benefits in countless conditions.
Red light works in a very general way, restoring mitochondrial energy to the target tissue.
A very recent study conducted a trial on the effects of red light therapy (655nm) on 60 patients with AGA, aged 19 to 65 years old.
30 patients were treated with a fake device and the other half with a genuine red light helmet for 25 minutes every other day over 16 weeks.
The results were very interesting:
“Comparing the results at baseline and week 16, the experimental group showed an increase in hair density of 41.90 hairs/cm and an increase in hair thickness of 7.50 μm, whereas the control group showed an increase of 0.72 hairs/cm and a decrease of 15.03 μm, respectively (P < .001). No adverse events or side effects occurred.”
“LLLT showed a significant effect on increasing hair density in patients with androgenetic alopecia. LLLT could be a safe and effective treatment for androgenetic alopecia in both sexes.” – Yoon et al. (2020)
This is not a new development, as a 2013 study had found similar benefits:
“LLLT of the scalp at 655nm significantly improved hair counts in males with androgenetic alopecia.” – Lanfazame et al. (2013)
These results are backed by several other similar studies. A 2019 paper by Liu et al. reviewed 8 studies and found LLLT to be an effective treatment of AGA.
“LLLT significantly increased hair density in AGA. The meta-analysis suggests that low treatment frequency by LLLT have a better hair growth effect than high treatment frequency. LLLT represents a potentially effective treatment for AGA in both male and female. The types of LLLT devices and LLLT treatment course duration did not affect the effectiveness in hair growth.” – Liu et al. (2019)
If we get away from the mindset of finding 1 unique “cure” for baldness or a magical capsule to regrow hair with no effort, we can really appreciate these research results for what they are.
Red light therapy is an effective approach for reversing the process of baldness and contributing to the regrowth of hair.
It shouldn’t be expected to be a panacea or an easy fix to a complex problem. On its own, it won’t transform a bald head into a full head of hair.
However, as part of a piecemeal approach, it can slowly help reverse the pathology of male pattern baldness and provide appreciable cosmetic relief.
In particular, 610-670nm (or deep red) red light therapy devices can probably be a good investment for self-treatment. Other light frequencies in the infrared range (>700nm) are also effective.
There are no unique guidelines for treatment duration, or methods. But it makes sense to mimic the successful studies.
—-Important Message For Men With Hair Loss—-
Hair loss can be reversed in men — here’s how
I’ve discovered a simple mixture of natural ingredients that oxygenates the hair follicles to improve blood flow…
And when more blood is flowing into the hair follicles, it promotes natural, new growth.
Suddenly you’re seeing less hair in the sink and more on the top of your head.