HAIR LOSS TREATMENT

Hair loss treatment can be done based on few causes such as hereditary pattern baldness, childbirth, illness and other stressors, alopecia areata, hairstyle pulls on the scalp, extremes hair care and thyroid disease.

There are many causes of hair loss. The causes of hair loss can determine whether your hair:

Falls out gradually or abruptly

Thins

Requires treatment to regrow

Needs immediate care to prevent permanent hair loss

CAUSES :

1. HEREDITARY PATTERN BALDNESS

Both men and women develop this type of hair loss, which is the most common cause of hair loss. In men, it is commonly called male pattern baldness while women get female pattern baldness. Regardless of whether it develops in a man or women, the medical term is called androgenic alopecia.

No matter which term you use, it means that you’ve inherited genes that cause your hair follicles (what each hair grows out of) to shrink and eventually stop growing hair. Shrinking can begin as early as your teens, but it usually starts later in life.

MALE PATTERN BALDNESS

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The first sign of male pattern baldness is often a receding hairline or bald spot at the top of his head.

FEMALE PATTERN BALDNESS

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In women, the first noticeable sign of hereditary pattern baldness is usually overall thinning or a widening part.

IS REGROWTH POSSIBLE?

Yes. The hair regrowth is possible. The treatment can help to stop or slow the hair loss for male and female. Without any treatment at the beginning of your hair loss, you will continue to lose hair.

2. CHILDBIRTH, ILLNESS, OR OTHER STRESSORS

A few months after giving birth, recovering from an illness, or having an operation, you may notice a lot more hairs in your brush or on your pillow. Hair loss can also happened within a stressful time in your life, such as a divorce or death of a loved one. This can be solved or slow down after a certain period of time when your hormone or stress level back to normal. Most people see their hair regain its normal fullness within 6 to 9 months.

3. ALOPECIA AREATA

Alopecia areata is a disease that develops when the body’s immune system attacks hair follicles which causing hair loss. Hair can be loose anywhere on your body, including your scalp, inside your nose, and in your ears. Some people lose their eyelashes or eyebrows. Of course it can regrowth back. If your hair fails to grow back on its own, treatment may help stimulate regrowth.

4. HAIRSTYLE PULLS ON YOUR SCALP

If you often wear your hair tightly pulled back, the continual pulling can lead to permanent hair loss. The medical name for this condition is Traction Alopecia. In this case, the hair regrowth is impossible but you can prevent hair loss by making some changes about your hairstyle.

5. HAIR CARE

If you color, perm, or relax your hair, you could be damaging your hair. Over time, this damage can lead to hair loss. This problem can be solve by start change on how you care for your hair now, which can prevent hair loss. Once you damage a hair follicle, hair cannot grow from that follicle. Having many damaged hair follicles creates permanent bald spots.

6. THYROID DISEASE

If you have a problem with your thyroid, you may see thinning hair. Some people notice that their hair comes out in clumps when they brush it. By treating the thyroid disease can reverse the hair loss.

A hair transplant consultation is one of the most important steps of the entire process for hair transplant. A consultation will allow you and Doctors to discuss the results that you’re going to get from your hair transplant treatment.

SET AN APPOINTMENT FOR A SUCCESSFUL HAIR TRANSPLANT BY OUR HAIR TRANSPLANT SPECIALIST TEAM AT ALPS MEDICAL CENTRE.

Visit out services for hair transplantation and restore back your confidence with us at Hair Transplant Specialist at ALPS Medical Centre.

DON'T WAIT. GET HELP TODAY!

Hair loss is a frustrating problem for millions of men and women. Factors such as diet, stress, and medications can lead to hair loss but genes can also play an important role in male pattern baldness.

The sooner you address the symptoms of hair loss, the more likely you are to prevent irreversible damage. Contact us now to get free consultation from our Hair Transplant Specialist Doctor.

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