Hair Loss Causes & Treatments
What Causes Hair Fall & Loss?
The medical term for hair loss is alopecia areata, a condition that occurs as part of the overall aging process for both men and women. There are different types and causes of hair loss many of us begin to notice mild thinning of our hair after the age of 40. Hair loss occurs to both male and female, but it is more pronounced in men, so it is best to seek an early hair loss treatment. Some of the hair fall could be caused by:
- A strong predisposing genetic factor in accelerated hair loss.
- Hormonal changes during puberty, after pregnancy and menopause, and even after taking oral contraceptives may also increase in hair loss.
- Health conditions, including thyroid disease, iron deficiency anemia, general ill health, and overly strict dieting with protein deprivation can cause more hair loss.
- Stress can also bring about hormonal changes that are responsible for hair fall. This can be physical stress after a serious illness or recovery from surgery, over exercising and emotional stress.
While most hair loss is not associated with systemic disease, it is important to speak to your physician about the cause of your hair loss and treatment options.
How Do We Reverse Hair Loss and Increase Hair Growth?
There are a few hair loss or hair growth treatment modalities, we can do to stop hair loss. Hair plant surgery, medications as well as non surgical laser therapy.
Our hair growth treatment for hair loss is to use a combination of energy devices, propriety supplements and sometimes, medication to treat your specific diagnosis. We will prescribed the customized hair loss treatment program according to the severity of the condition and address your unique problem following a detailed consultation. The hair fall treatment is non invasive, painless and comfortable as we use low-dose treatments to invigorate circulation and stimulation that encourages hair follicles to grow hair.
To ensure we are on track with the progression, we will personally monitor your program and modify the treatment accordingly to your response for optimal results as you progress.