Why You Shouldn't Use Finasteride

The main cause of hair loss is inflammation. This inflammation is caused by one hormone: Dihydrotestosterone. It's a mouthful, but you can just call it DHT for short. 

When the pharma companies latched on to this cause, they realized they already had a drug that blocked DHT, Finasteride. Finasteride is the generic name for Propecia. Finasteride is known as the nuclear option for hair loss—nuclear, perhaps, because of the laundry list of side effects. Finasteride was first invented to treat benign prostate enlargement, and it blocked DHT systemically. Now, the route it takes to stop hair loss is pretty straightforward, it attacks DHT systematically, all over your body. 

Therefore, it's not shocking at all that attacking DHT in a full-on war isn't the method to stop hair loss. DHT has other helpful uses in your body, such as your sex life (a pretty important one to a lot of us). Here are some of the side effects we've seen from Fin:

  • impotence
  • loss of interest in sex
  • trouble having an orgasm
  • abnormal ejaculation
  • swelling in your hands or feet
  • swelling or tenderness in your breasts
  • dizziness
  • weakness
  • feeling like you might pass out
  • headache
  • runny nose
  • skin rash
  • depression and/or suicidal ideation 

The sexual side effects of Propecia may continue after you stop taking it as well. Propecia may also cause decrease in blood prostate specific antigen (PSA) levels, and can affect the PSA blood test.

Now, how do you target DHT locally (just on your scalp) so as to keep your follicles alive, and your sex life too?

Simple, use an effective solution to do so. Get rid of the side effects. Keep the hair, here: https://sayarcare.com/collections/all  ➡️

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