Hair Loss Treatment

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Hair Loss Treatment 2018-10-25T18:23:23+00:00

What are the main reasons for hair thinning or hair loss in men and women ?

Genetic Predisposition: A primary contributing factor to the appearance of thinning hair is the genetic pre-disposition of hormonal balances or imbalances which can be inherited from either your mother’s or your father’s side of the family. And yes, women can inherit the problem just like men!

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Stress and Trauma: Stress causes poor vitamin and nutrient assimilation to the hair follicle and can produce increased levels of testosterone which converts to DHT.

Nutrition and Diet: Rapid weight loss, liquid protein diets, and high consumptions of foods that are over processed, low in nutrition and high in animal fats can negatively affect the body’s level of amino acids and vitamin assimilation.

Nutrition and Diet: Rapid weight loss, liquid protein diets, and high consumptions of foods that are over processed, low in nutrition and high in animal fats can negatively affect the body’s level of amino acids and vitamin assimilation.

Medications: Thinning can be a side effect to taking certain medications, specifically hormone replacement therapy drugs, birth control and estrogen pills, chemotherapy and thyroid disease treatments, blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and acne medications.

Environmental Toxins: Many experts contribute the mounting problem of environmental pollutants and estrogen mimics to be a cause of the increase in men and women battling thinning hair.

What is the average number of hairs lost per day?

On average a person loses approximately 100 to 150 hairs every day. Most of this hair regrows because the follicle remain healthy and intact. To put this in perspective, a typical adult head of hair consists of about 150,000 hair follicles.

What is male pattern baldness?

Male pattern baldness is a hereditary balding pattern, which generally starts in the twenties with a recession of hair in the temporal peaks and/or thinning in the crown. If left untreated, the extent of the baldness can extend from the front top of the head back to the crown, leaving a fringe of hair around the sides and back of the scalp.

Can washing your hair a lot cause hair loss?

Washing your hair on a regular basis will not cause hair loss. When washing your hair be aware that particular shampoos and other hair products can contain chemicals which make the hair dry out, which results in the hair becoming brittle and more prone to breakage, causing hair loss.

Is female hair loss inevitable?

At some point during their lives the majority of females will experience hair loss. By the age of fifty, more than 50% of females will have suffered some sort of hair loss.

Can hair loss drastically affect a person’s life?

Hair loss, particularly female hair loss, can have a dramatic affect on the sufferer’s life. People who experience hair loss can suffer from social isolation, loss of self worth, lack of emotional support and depression and anxiety.

Is there anything at all you can do to Help Prevent Female Hair Loss?

To help prevent female hair loss there are many things you can do:

  • Manage stress to keep it to a minimum
  • Go for routine health checks
  • Maintain a healthy and well balanced diet
  • Stop any bad hair practices
  • Ask family members about any history of hair loss in the family
  • Maintain a healthy weight and lifestyle
  • Exercise on a regular basis
  • Stay away from hair colouring products which contain ammonia and peroxide

What is PRP Hair Restoration?

PRP stands for platelet rich plasma. This is a type of therapy which has proven to be effective for a number of issues, including hair loss. It is a non-surgical procedure that involves the injection of your own plasma. In many cases, this can stimulate hair growth.

How Effective is PRP for Hair Loss?

The expected results vary from patient to patient. When patients are good candidates and follow the therapy procedure as instructed, they can often expect excellent results.

What is the Process Like?

Blood will be drawn from your body and spun, separating the rich, plasma cells. These cells are then injected directly into the scalp. In an ideal situation, the patient will experience renewed hair growth.

How long has PRP Therapy been used to treat hair loss?

PRP was initially used in 2004. Pioneered for hair regrowth by Dr Joseph Greco, Hair Restoration Physicians have been using it safely and effectively to treat hair loss patients since 2007.

Can Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy be used with hair loss medication?

Yes. It may have a better effect if used together (synergistic).

Can Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy be used in both men and women?

Yes. Studies have shown improvement in both men and women. It would appear to be more effective in patients who have early stage hair loss.

What other conditions can be treated by Platelet Rich Plasma?

Generally it has been used to treat male or female pattern hair loss. However, it has shown some early promising results in patients with Alopecia Areata. Further studies are required to investigate the applications for PRP.

When do results occur?

Results can be seen from two to four months after treatment, with the peak effect lasting up to 11 months or more.

What happens after that?

PRP is not a cure for hair loss. After 11 months the benefits/effects of this will start to diminish and without further treatment hair will progress back to how it was before treatment. However, it is possible to have another treatment around this time.

Is Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy painful?

Minimal discomfort occurs when the area to be treated has to be injected to numb it with local anaesthetic. There may be some slight tenderness or discomfort of the scalp the next day.

How long does it take?

Around 45 to 60 minutes for Blood-Derived PRP.

What is Recovery Like?

Since it is a non-surgical procedure, the healing and recovery are virtually non-existent. Most patients are able to return to work the next day if they want to and only have a tiny bit of discomfort at the site where blood is drawn or the injection takes place. The process is no more painful than a shot.

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