Effective Ways To Naturally Prevent Hair Loss for 2020


Stacey Chillemi. Stacey is on a mission to transform the health of millions worldwide. The author of The Complete Herbal Guide to Natural Healing. She is a believer in maintaining optimum health using alternative medicine, Herbal supplements, fruits, vegetables, and vitamins.

She believes that this type of lifestyle helps, in the long run, do away with unnecessary medicines and over-the-counter drugs that pose a threat to our health Stacey is the founder of the Complete Herbal Guide and a recognized health and natural remedied expert, with more than 20 years in practice as a Health Coach. Since her last podcast, we have had hundreds of requests on how to deal with the loss of hair for men and women.

Stacey is here with some great tips on how to naturally deal with this issue. Hair loss is one of the most common problems worldwide; affecting one-third of the population. Everyone loses 100 hair stands each day. It is a natural phenomenon; so there’s is no need to worry over a few follicles falling off.

There could be many causes of hair loss which include diet, mineral deficiency, medications, stress, pollution, and genetics. Putting on a cap, hat or helmet could also be another reason in men. Listen to an amazing podcast with Stacey Chillemi and Herbert Williams from OurTown Live – The Community Podcast – https://www.spreaker.com/user/saxman7…

20 Easy Ways to Be Healthier

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Our guest is Stacey Chillemi, health expert and founder of The Complete Herbal Guide. We talk about considering natural ways to treat ailments, healthy eating, and exercise as an alternative to pills and unhealthy eating. Specific topics we discuss – make sure to listen to your doctor, healthy food choices limiting ailments, current uses of CBD, and natural beauty tips including hair loss prevention.

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Why Women Lose Hair And How You Can Stop It


“Originally published at Hair Restoration Laboratories in their blog”

Hair loss isn’t just a guy problem.  In women, hair loss manifests as decreased volume in the middle of the scalp, thinning overall or as a widening part. Are you prepared to prevent it?  And, if you are already experiencing it, do you know how to reverse it?

Spencer Stevenson, aka Spex, is a world-renowned hair loss expert at www.spexhair.com who offers unbiased advice based on his own research and experience. Stacey Chillemi is founder of The Complete Herbal Guide, which focuses on symptoms, causes, diagnoses and natural treatment options for various conditions.  Here, Spex and Stacey address FAQs on female hair loss and how those who are experiencing hair loss or thinning can prevent and stop it.

What Causes Hair Loss And Thinning In Women?

There is a wide variety of key reasons. The most common, says Stacey, is heredity female pattern baldness. But that’s just the beginning. Thinning hair can also be caused by hormonal changes brought on by pregnancy, childbirth, thyroid conditions or menopause; medical conditions like alopecia areata, which causes patchy hair loss; as a side effect of certain drugs or medical treatments like chemotherapy or radiation; stress or even from certain hairstyles that pull hair tight like ponytails, cornrows or extensions.

Most women will notice hair loss beginning between the ages of 45 and 55, says Spex, but it can start as early as the 20s. “Over half of women will find their hair thinning by the age of 50,” he says, “and it’s a condition endured by an estimated 70 percent of women over the age of 70.”

Can Female Hair Loss And Thinning Be Reversed?

It depends on the underlying cause“A dietary condition, for example, can be corrected with supplements or improvement in diet,” explains Spex. “Life-stage issues such as pregnancy and menopause are going to take their toll and quite often, the level of hair loss will even out once the stage is complete. In the case of menopause, that full, lustrous head of hair probably won’t return to what it once was, but the hair fall will usually slow dramatically.”

What Products And Strategies Are Recommended For Women With Hair Loss And Thinning?

It depends on the cause and on the individual, believes Spex, but some of the strategies he recommends include:


Initially developed as a treatment for high blood pressure, it became known as a drug that could grow hair in places where it was lost. Some women – not all – experience great results. It’s important to keep in mind that one must stay on Minoxidil for at least six months to cover the full hair growth cycle. One favorite is Hair Restoration Laboratories Ultra Strength Hair Regrowth Treatment which not only contains FDA-approved 5% minoxidil but also a number of powerful DHT-blocking ingredients that, when combined with 5% minoxidil, significantly improve the quality of hair and scalp.

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP)

Known as the ‘Vampire’ treatment, the patient’s blood is drawn, naturally enhanced to boost the number of platelets and key growth factors then reinjected back into the scalp. This can revive dying follicles and hair.

Iron supplements 

Iron deficiency is thought to be a hair loss caused by a lot of women. Spex recommends telling clients to see their doctor for a blood test to check levels, particularly if they’re vegan/vegetarian, have a history of anemia or experience heavy menstrual bleeding. The doctor may prescribe an iron supplement, which could help to remediate the hair loss.

Hair Restoration Laboratories’ Hair Restore Shampoo and Conditioner Set

“This shampoo and conditioner set helps keep hair healthy and protects against the effects that cause hair loss,” says Spex. “It treats hair loss at the root, and I would say it’s the most effective daily shampoo and conditioner set for women looking for help on the market today. They also offer a conditioner to work alongside the shampoo. I’m highly confident, based on a great deal of feedback from many patients, that this shampoo is a vital part of any hair loss sufferer’s regime.”

Stacey is also a fan of Hair Restoration Laboratories’ Hair Restore Shampoo and Conditioner Set for women experiencing hair thinning and loss. She uses it and states: “I noticed my hair became thicker and the speed of regrowth definitely increased,” she comments. “I also noticed my hair is much silkier and smoother, with a nice shine.”

Some clients may opt for medical interventions, says Stacey, like hormone replacement therapy (HRT) which is commonly prescribed at menopause, or hair transplantation, which involves harvesting DHT-resistant follicles from the back of the head and transplanting them to bald areas. The latter process can be painful and expensive, however, and patients run the risk of scarring and infection.

In her work, Stacey advocates the use of several natural herbs to help with female hair loss:

Saw palmetto

Multiple studies establish saw palmetto’s ability to encourage optimal hair growth by targeting DHT, the main cause of genetic hair loss.


This essential B vitamin promotes healthy hair growth and overall hair health by strengthening both the hair follicle and the hair shaft.

Pumpkin seed extract

Studies show this ingredient stimulates healthy hair growth by suppressing the harmful effects of DHT and increasing scalp circulation.


Research shows caffeine stimulates hair follicles to grow thicker, stronger hair.

Green Tea Extract

It’s rich in polyphenols that stimulate hair follicles, improve hair anchoring and promote stronger, healthier-looking hair.

Black Cumin Oil

Rich in antioxidants and fatty acids, it can strengthen hair and improve hair health.

All of these ingredients and more are included in Hair Restoration Laboratories’ DHT Halting Technology® – a proprietary formula used in all of the company’s Hair Restore products. The formula contains the maximum amount of clinically-proven, DHT fighting ingredients to prevent hair loss and thinning.

“I understand the pain,” says Spex. “I’ve been dealing with my own hair loss for decades and have made it my life’s work to research products and treatments as they come on the market. My advice is to advise your clients to determine the cause of their hair loss and find the appropriate solutions as soon as possible. The sooner treatment starts, the better the outcome!”


How Anxiolytics Work and Whether You Should Use Them or Not


In this article, you’ll learn and discover what anxiolytics are, how anxiolytics work and whether you should use them.

If you can control stress, calm your mind and avoid anxiety then you’ll find it has huge benefits for both your body and your mind. The stress response actually makes us stronger, faster and even smarter in the short term. But over time, this can place a serious strain on the body that eventually wears you down and leaves you more susceptible to illness and other problems.

This is why people who experience a lot of anxiety might consider the use of anti-anxiety medications called anxiolytics. But what exactly do these do? How are they affecting your mental state? And should you use them? Let’s look at the way they work in more detail.

What is an Anxiolytic?

Anxiolytics are any drugs that reduce the stress response and to do this, they alter the neurotransmitters and hormones that the brain produces in order to encourage more calm and to act even as a mild sedative.

One of the main neurotransmitters that anxiolytics act on is GABA. GABA stands for Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid and is a neurotransmitter that suppresses neuronal activity. That is to say that when it is released, it prevents neurons from firing. This, in turn, causes you to experience a few thoughts and ‘slower’ thinking. It lowers the heart rate and it makes you less attuned to your surroundings.

GABA is one of the neurotransmitters that is affected by alcohol in fact and is responsible for some of the symptoms that we associate with being drunk. This is why some people will self-medicate with alcohol for stress or social anxiety.

Alternatively, some anxiolytics work by increasing serotonin. Serotonin is the ‘feel-good’ neurotransmitter and this is also how anti-depressants work such as SSRIs (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors).

The Problem

To increase GABA, most anxiolytics work by blocking the reuptake of GABA in the brain so that there is more of it free in the brain. When you do this over a long period of time however, it causes changes in the brain and adaptations. Specifically, because there is too much GABA, the brain stops producing as much of it itself and decreases the number of receptors. Now you need to take larger doses of anxiolytics to experience the same heightened levels of GABA and now you will likely feel even more anxious when you’re not using them. This is called ‘tolerance and dependence’ and it can lead to addiction.

What’s more, is that anxiolytics do not address the thinking that leads to the release of those hormones in the first place – it deals with the symptoms rather than dealing with the cause.

And then there are the short term, immediate side effects associated with anxiolytic use such as drowsiness and confusion.

So should you stop using anti-anxiety medication? This is very easy to say but not so easy if you experience frequent and severe bouts of anxiety. You should always listen to your doctor’s advice. But just know that this medication is not a long term solution. Focus on therapy in conjunction with medication in order to address the root cause of the issue more permanently.


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Health Expert Stacey Chillemi partners with Hair Restoration Laboratories, LLC, becoming its brand ambassador

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Health Expert Stacey Chillemi partners with Hair Restoration Laboratories, LLC, becoming its brand ambassador

Stacey Chillemi and Hair Restoration Laboratories, are happy to announce a new partnership designed to increase the exposure of the popular hair restoration brand. This new partnership allows Stacey Chillemi to associate herself with one of the best products in the hair restoration industry, while also allowing Hair Restoration Laboratories, LLC to tap into a new pool of customers and access an even larger audience. This mutually beneficial partnership has been in the works for a very long time, and both parties are excited to see the results of this fruitful business relationship.

What should you know about Hair Restoration Laboratories, LLC?

With around 85% of men and 40% of women experiencing hair loss until they reach 50, it’s very important for them to find a great hair restoration solution. The company was created 10 years ago with the idea of eliminating hair thinning and hair loss from many people’s life. Since then, the company has been on a mission to help thousands upon thousands of people to prevent hair loss or bring back the beautiful hairdo they always wanted. Hair Restoration LLC is also heavily focused on promoting healthy hair growth, while also using only the best treatments to boost hair growth. Not only are the ingredients hand-picked to deliver the best value and quality, but it certainly brings in front an astounding set of benefits and tremendous results.

Hair Restoration Laboratories, LLC, offers top of the line products like the Hair Restore Conditioner, the Professional Strength Hair Restore Shampoo or the great Original Strength Restore Shampoo. All these products contain the DHT Halting Technology designed to help boost hair growth. They include antioxidants, nutrients, vitamins, and amino acids, all of which boost hair growth and strength naturally.

Stacey Chillemi is delighted to be a brand ambassador for Hair Restoration Laboratories, LLC

Stacey Chillemi is a widely known figure in the healthcare world and she helped millions of people boost their health and take it to the next level. She offers great guidelines and assistance through TheCompleteHerbalGuide.com and she is also known for being a health and lifestyle expert and reporter. Stacey Chillemi is also a health host and columnist. She wrote the very popular “Complete Guide to Natural Healing and Natural Remedies for Common Conditions” as well as 20 other books as well. Stacey has also been a guest on the Dr. Oz Show, radio shows and local news. She is fully focused on using herbal remedies, alternative methods and natural healing products, while also promoting nutrition, self-motivation, and positivity.

Both parties are extremely excited about the partnership and what the future will hold. This is a great way for the company to showcase its latest products and connecting health-focused audiences like the one Stacey Chillemi has to some of the best hair growth solutions. Hair loss is a huge problem throughout the entire country, so it’s important for audiences to know what solutions can fulfill their needs.

Everything You Need to Know About Panic Attacks in Order to Stop Them

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In this article, you’ll learn and discover everything you need to know about panic attacks in order to stop them.

It’s one thing trying to improve your ability to control your own stress response so that you can combat anxiety and improve your health. But it’s quite another when you experience serious panic attacks that leave you crippled and that prevent you from engaging in normal activities.

But in fact, the tools you will use to achieve both ends are similar. The difference is just that panic attacks might require a more intense and more focussed approach.

And in either case, understanding the biology behind the experience can be a fantastic tool to help you take control more effectively.

Let’s look at what panic attacks are and how you can take them on head-to-head.

The Basics of Panic Attacks

When you experience any kind of stress, it’s because your sympathetic nervous system is releasing specific hormones and neurotransmitters into your system. Specifically, these are:

  • Adrenaline (epinephrine)
  • Noradrenaline (norepinephrine)
  • Cortisol
  • Testosterone
  • Estrogen
  • Dopamine
  • Serotonin

When these occur together, your experience of pain is dulled, you become more attuned to your senses, your thoughts are focussed, your strength increases your muscles contract. Your heart rate accelerates significantly and more blood and oxygen are sent to your muscles.

But the thing is that this increases your overall strength your reflexes and your ability to fight or run. This is a useful response in the right context.

The problem is when you misinterpret these signals and cause a panic attack. What happens, in this case, is that you notice yourself get anxious and you become worried that this is going to cause you embarrassment or make you faint (perhaps because you have previous experience with panic attacks). You begin to hyperventilate and this combined with the elevated heart rate causes chest pain. And some people mistake that chest pain for the signs of a heart attack.

All this makes you more anxious and that in turn means you ramp up the response even more. Your heart rate increases more, you get more anxious and eventually you might even start to get dizzy from all that oxygen.

The Solution

The solution then is to recognize that you’re having a panic attack but not to give it any power over you. And the way you do this is to try and detach yourself from it and essentially continue to go about your normal business. Of course, this is easier said than done but as soon as you stop letting it control you and as soon as you aren’t afraid of panic attacks, you’ll find they end a lot more quickly and eventually they can stop happening entirely.

Cognitive-behavioral therapy can help with this, as can using the technique known as AWARE which is simply a set of steps to remove yourself from the experience and to avoid being afraid of the stress.

Most people will have a panic attack at some point in their lives but if you can understand what is happening and control your emotions you’ll find it can disappear as quickly as it arrived.

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Stacey Chillemi is a lifestyle reporter and expert, columnist and health host. Author of The Complete Guide to Natural Healing and Natural Remedies for Common Conditions, along with 20 other published books she is the founder of The Complete Herbal Guide and a recognized health and natural remedies expert, with over 20 years in practice as a Health Coach.

She writes for the Huffington Post, Huff Post, Thrive Global and Medium (Owned by Arianna Huffington) and has been a guest on the Dr. Oz Show, local news, and numerous radio shows. Her focus is on natural healing, herbal remedies, alternative methods, self-motivation, food for medicine, nutrition, fitness, natural beauty remedies and the power of positive thinking.

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A Journey To Wellness – Dr. Deb Interviews Stacey Chillemi

A Journey To Wellness – Interview with Stacey Chillemi

In Episode 38 of Let’s Talk Wellness Now, Dr. Deb invites Stacey Chillemi, Health Expert and the author of The Complete Herbal Guide, onto the podcast for an amazing conversation about health, wellness and healing. Stacey shares her personal health journey, including dealing with epilepsy, what she’s learned along the way and what generates her passion to create resources for others.

There’s so much on the internet alone, there’s so much information – but it’s like, where do you get the right information? And who do you trust? And is the information they’re reading, is it accurate?

You really have to be really conscious of what you read, and not just go by one thing. But I always say, do your research, be your own doctor. Dr. Deb & Stacey discuss a myriad of health and wellness topics including diet, nutrition, herbs, sleep health, positivity, the spiritual component of healing and the power of words.

Stacey details the importance of supplements, and why it’s critical to know the origin and history of your supplements. Ya know, it’s so important with the soil. People don’t realize, but different areas have different soil…

I think it was GNC, they were getting a lot of there supplements from China, and then China had contaminated soil. So then, there was a big issue and big concerns that arose in the United States about that… you have to really realize where these supplements you’re buying – where are they coming from.

And I always say in the ingredients, if you see ingredients in the back of a supplement and you can’t pronounce it – then it’s probably not good for you.