Men’s Hair Loss

Men’s Hair Loss

Men’s Hair Loss

Our approach will make you feel in control again

 

Men’s Hair Loss

Losing hair doesn’t mean you are going bald.

Understandably this is the conclusion that most males come to since the statistics are so high and risk increases with age. The prospect of going bald can be a nightmare. Figuring out what can be done and coming to terms with this can be stressful. Some will resort to hats and other social avoidance techniques. Seeking expert help early is the key to success and prevention.

There are many disorders of the hair, some can lead to permanent loss, while others can be temporary and corrected over time. Hair loss can be the result of illness, medication, scalp hygiene, stress, autoimmune, genetics or hormone imbalance. Other contributing factors can be environmental, pollution, nutritional and dietary imbalance.

Research has found that there is a connection with hair loss and health issues.

The most common or recognised form of hair loss in males is male pattern baldness. Like other disorders this is often accompanied by other less identifiable conditions at the same time. Today it is recognised that it is often a multifactorial cause.

Are these questions you’re asking?

How do I stop going bald?
What can I do about my thinning hair?
What treatments are available for hair loss?
What can I do about my receding hairline?
What home treatments are available for thinning hair?
How can I get a full head of hair?

We are here to help with professionalism and confidentiality

Female Hair Loss

Female Hair Loss

Female Hair Loss

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Female Hair Loss

Coping with female hair loss can be devastating

Female hair is often referred to as your crowning glory.  It is an expression of style, beauty and confidence. Unfortunately, a growing number of females suffer more than just the normal “bad hair day”, the effect on self-esteem and security can be devastating and immeasurable. Most females find it very difficult to cope with hair loss. Taking a proactive approach is by far the best option and will make you feel more in control of the situation.

Stress is a major cause for concern for a female regardless of whether they are losing their hair or not. The female body, contrary to common belief, is  biologically effected when experiencing prolonged stress. It is a rare female who will not stress when they realise they have a hair problem. Regardless stress can affect hair loss.

Hair loss can be a result of illness, disease, medications, nutritional deficiencies, stress, genetics and the ageing process. Hormones play a big part for females and imbalances can result in all sorts of problems including stress.

The word alopecia means hair loss. There are a few different types such as androgenetic, areata, universalis totalis, cicatricial and traction alopecia. Some of these are permanent and some are not. Central centrifugal cicatricial alopecia is the most common among African American decent. 

 Diffuse hair loss can occur for a multitude of reasons and can be self-correcting or corrected overtime telogen effluvium, anagen effluvium are examples of this.

Are these questions you’re asking?

Why is my hair is starting to thin?
How can I stop my hair falling out?
Why is my hair falling out?
Can I stop my hair thinning?
What treatments are available for hair loss?

We are here to help with professionalism and confidentiality

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