The side effects of Minoxidil can include dizziness

The side effects of Minoxidil can include dizziness, headaches, drowsiness, flushing, increased perspiration, nausea, blurred vision and lightheadedness when standing up, or sitting suddenly from a standing position. Although the effect may be limited to a short time, it can cause dizziness. It is recommended to take aspirin or paracetamol to reduce the risk of headache when using Minoxidil. Some people are also allergic to Minoxidil or to one of its ingredients. People with an allergy should stop using Minoxidil and seek advice from their doctor as soon as possible. It is not known whether people with an Bajar de Peso rápido allergy to minoxidil will experience a relapse if they are treated for other causes.

When used in combination with laser treatments and light therapy for treating androgenic alopecia, Minoxidil has shown to be very effective and safe, and improves the results of the other treatment methods. Minoxidil may be used as monotherapy, but it may be used more effectively as a treatment when combined with another treatment such as laser treatments, light therapy, topical steroids, topical retinoids or platelet-derived growth factor inhibitors, which are used to treat hair loss.