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Lack of sleep rapid loss/ new regime

Postby mistermagoo » Fri Aug 04, 2017 12:03 am

Hi everyone, I want to share my story and get some feedback as I am a total novice.

Always had a great head of hair except it went grey in my late twenties. I'm now 38.
It's been receding for a while but hasn't been too bad, but unfortunately I've had a nightmare experience living in a terrible flat for 3 months where I had 3-4 hours of disturbed sleep per night and had massive anxiety due to failed interviews and a break up.
As a result I seem to have receded badly in that time.

So through a massive struggle I managed to find other accommodation and am sleeping again now for 6-8 hours per night. I'm more relaxed and have more energy. However I can't seem to cure my itchy scalp.

I started using some products at the end of June that I want to feed back on: by label.m Scalp Tonic 150ml - doesn't seem to do much, isn't oily and has alcohol in it, am considering stopping its use.
FolliOne 200 ml Premium Anti-Hair Loss Shampoo - occasionally get a tingling feel after showering with it.
Seboradin Men Lotion Anti Hair Loss Treatment Thinning Receding Hairline 200ml - spraying this stuff on once a day, active ingredient is Procapil.

I haven't noticed any effects yet but am considering that they might be just clogging up the follicles by rubbing all this crap in... maybe I'm better off just leaving it and saving for a hair transplant.
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Re: Lack of sleep rapid loss/ new regime

Postby ShreyaaGilll » Fri Aug 11, 2017 1:00 pm

Interesting Story ;)
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Re: Lack of sleep rapid loss/ new regime

Postby mania » Tue Jan 16, 2018 4:34 pm

Well I really admire your story I read the whole story I came to know that you should be used any product according to the recommendation of the dermatologist :? ..
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