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“I participated in an Influencer Program on behalf of Dad Central for ROGAINE®. I received a product sample and promotional item to thank me for participating.”

Male-pattern baldness (also known as Androgenetic Alopecia) is the most common form of hair loss for men, representing up to 90% of all male cases. There are some 40 million male adults in North America today experiencing hair loss. Mild to moderate hair loss affects about 40% of all men by the time they are 50.[Source – HairClub.com]

Did you know that in the United States, a bald President has not been elected since the television age began? Is baldness affecting your professional career? ROGAINE® is the #1 dermatologist recommended brand for hair regrowth and be the perfect fit for you! In clinical testing, Men’s ROGAINE® Foam regrew hair in nearly 9 out of 10 men when used twice daily over 16 weeks.

As a successful entrepreneur, real estate mogul, and longtime user of ROGAINE® Foam, Bill has teamed up with the ROGAINE® Brand and Men’s Health to talk to guys about conquering real issues, taking control of their appearance, and gaining the confidence to grow and succeed through the “Grow Your Game” initiative.The program’s initial goal is to help five guys become better men, using five different coaches. One coach provides life advice, another style advice, relationship advice, health & fitness, and finally grooming & hair.

Growing your game means making sure you have your bases covered in all areas of your life. And the start of a new year is the perfect time to focus on your career and professional development. As fathers and husbands, there is  an incredible responsibility on your shoulders. Be the best you can be.

When I agreed to take part in this program on behalf of Dad Central, I was given a question: “As a father, what advice can you offer your readers to help them be the best Dad possible in 2014?”My advice is short and and sweet- Put down your phone when you are at home. Quality time with your kids are priceless and your emails can wait!

Below are three things to consider about hair growth and  hair loss:

Review Your Medications

Most people know that harsh medications, such as those administered during chemotherapy, can cause hair loss. But several more common medications can contribute, too. For example, certain cholesterol reducers, steroids, high blood pressure medications, and oral contraceptives can cause hair loss. Hormone replacement therapies that contain methyltestosterone may also accelerate hair loss and could exacerbate thinning hair problems in postmenopausal women.

Get Enough Essential Fatty Acids
Fatty acids are specific fats that are critical to the proper function of your body. Your body is not able to produce these fatty acids on its own, so it is necessary that you eat foods containing them. Essential fatty acids from walnuts, flaxseed, fish and avocado are great foods to eat for healthy hair.

Prevent Breakage With Vitamin E
Vitamin E is required to nourish damaged hair and to prevent breakage. It aids the body’s ability to manufacture keratin within hair strands to reduce breakage. Supplementing with 400 IU of vitamin E can be helpful to restore locks.Some foods high in vitamin E include sunflower seeds, almonds, pine nuts, dried apricots, cooked spinach and olives.

To learn more about ROGAINE®, please visit  http://www.rogaine.com

Did you know?
Hair is the fastest growing tissue in the body, second only to bone marrow.

About Birthed into Fatherhood -Andre Moore (98 Articles)
Food, Family, and Travel Writer. Emergency Manager in Metro Atlanta and Business Owner. Husband and Proud Dad.

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