Discussion in 'Research News' started by Krolo, Jun 18, 2019.
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I'll send you a message about it
Take Proscar - problem solved.
How do they know the mice have tinnitus?
Silent gap test.
Well it stopped thinning but I'm cautiously keeping an eye on it.
OK, I googled it:
"testing if the mice can detect a short gap in a constant, low-level background noise that happens just before a loud noise. If the mouse can hear it, then over time, it learns that the gap means there’s about to be a loud noise, so they don’t jump as much when it happens. But if the mouse has tinnitus, that is, if it’s constantly hearing a ringing in its ears, then it won’t hear the gap warning it about the noise, so they jump just as much the tenth time it happens as they did the first time. "
I am a lifter and use both. Never really helped with inflammation. I do massages and kryo for that.
I don't believe that the thinning can just stop by itself. The thinning process can be very slow, but keep in mind that Proscar doesn't really cause one to regain the lost hair. Proscar allows you to slow down the thinning. Ideally, for about 10 years or so, you will get to mostly keep the amount of hair you have had when you began taking Proscar. So if this is important to you, and you are ok with the possible side effects of Proscar, it is better to begin taking it as soon as possible.
Yeah, I know, my ol' pal has been on it since he was 20. I don't think my hair thinning was natural. I think it was from eating like 12 curcumin capsules every day.
Here's a link from a local radio station where it seems they got an interview with the University of Arizona's lead researcher on the tinnitus neuroinflammation research Dr. Shaowen Bao. They added a few seconds of it on the link.
The station said that Dr. Bao cautioned it is new research, and if human trials will happen, it would be "years in the future".
Let's hope by years they mean only like 2.
Becoming a "chrome dome" has to be better than having noise in your nut.