Hair loss is one the problems that most aging men and women are facing. It can be a result of various reasons but the good news is it can be managed. If hair loss is genetic it can be experienced at an early age, say 26 or 27. Whether hair loss is inherited or is a result of an illness there are sure ways to prevent it from getting worse. Hair loss can be a result of poor nutrition. You need enough iron and protein to keep your hair growing strong and smooth. Include more foods too that are rich in beta-carotene and b-complex vitamins. A healthy diet will prevent your hair from becoming weak and eventually fall. If you feel like it's not enough, you can also go for multivitamins. Sometimes chemicals from hair shampoos and conditioners may cause damage to your hair. Make sure you check first whether a certain product is safe for your hair type or not. Consult with a hair expert who can give you advice in choosing the perfect hair treatment shampoo. If your hair loss is a result of Alopecia, it is best that you take medication drugs to treat the condition. Some medication for Alopecia may also come as Hair Replacement Systems creams or pills. Consult with your doctor first to find out what medications will not cause any negative side effect to your body. Stress can also contribute to hair loss. If you can manage stress, you can surely manage or even prevent baldness. You can either take stress pills or go the natural by doing regular exercise and eating foods that are known to reduce stress. Most of all try to get enough sleep and rest. If you've tried all of these and you are still experiencing hair loss, I suggest you go for a hair replacement surgery, but always check with your doctor first concerning this one. If you are not comfortable with the idea, you can always wear wigs or hairpieces. If you are not still comfortable with wearing a wig, then you can always accept the fact that you are getting bald. Riko Kawasaki is a diet fanatic who also works in the professional fitness industry. She believes that health and fitness starts with what we put in our bodies.