Hair Loss Treatment Video
Take a look at the hair loss treatmentbelow for detailed information on the causes of hair loss, how common it is and how it can be treated.
How common is hair loss?
Hair loss and a receding hairline are a sign that age is taking its toll on our bodies. For men, there is a very good chance that it’s only a matter of time before you start to notice that your hairline is receding. For 20% of men, male pattern baldness (androgenetic alopecia or AGA) starts as early as puberty. They will probably have extensive hairloss by the age of 30 or even younger. For them, male pattern baldness is extremely rapid and extensive.
For a further 60% of men, the hair loss process is more gradual, and starts later on in life. Regardless of the time frame however, near total baldness across the majority of the head areas affects most of the male adult population.
Female Hair Loss
Hairloss for men is more socially acceptable. Women on the other hand, often face a more traumatic experience from unexpected hair loss. While early adolescence and the 20’s are potential problem times for women susceptible to generic hair loss, menopause is an equally critical time.
The rate of hair growth is 3mm per week (faster than any other part of the body except bone marrow).
This process of hair loss and hair regrowth is continuous and natural – it is only when daily hair loss greatly exceeds this rate that an unnatural condition may be present. The human head has an average of around 100,000 hair follicles, which can each produce about 20 hairs in a lifetime
Does hair colour make a difference?
People with red hair have 25% fewer scalp hairs than those with brown hair; whilst those with blond hair have 25% more scalp hairs and those with brown hair. This fact may account for the belief that men with red hair are more likely to go bald than anyone else.
Normally, this would be an ample amount of hair for one person, if it weren’t for many factors, including particularly D.H.T. or Dihyrotestosterone.
DHT – A Factor in Male Hair Loss
This is a powerful hormone in our bodies, which can adversely affect the hair on our head. It is very important for a person to have proper nutrition to maintain hair. When DHT reaches the hair follicles and dermal papilla, it tends to prevent proteins, vitamins and minerals from providing the necessary nourishment to sustain life in the hair of these follicles. Due to this, the hair follicles tend to reproduce at a slower rate and this in turn either shortens the growing phase of the hair follicles or lengthens its resting stage.
This can result in a shrinking of the hair follicle, which makes hair growth more difficult and makes hair more vulnerable to falling out.
Other Hair Loss Factors
In addition to the chemical effects of D.H.T. other factors influence hair growth. Poor nutrition, stress and old age also have an adverse affect on the ability to reproduce hair at a fast enough rate.
Hair Loss Treatment, Prevention and Hair Loss Products
If you want to reverse or prevent hair loss, what can be done?
Well, there are a lot of treatments available from creams to Hair Transplants – many are quite costly, and all achieve mixed results.
Theis a revolutionary device that uses traditional oriental acupuncture techniques to enhance the skins’ natural healing abilities. It promotes increased blood flow to carry nutrients to the hair follicles as well as boosting the effectiveness of creams and lotions such as the very popular regain. An alternative treatment which has very similar results, but without the needles is the Scientia Hair Laser.
Hair Loss Treatment Results:
Theis a hair loss product that gets results. In recent trials, over a 3 month period men treated with the experienced an increase in hair growth and an average 80% reduction in hair loss. The hair restoration and regrowth process can help with thinning hair, balding, bald spots, receding hairlines, alopecia and more.
In clinical practice, when combined with the use of Minoxidil, skin needling or micro-needling has excellent results. Reported statistics indicate that around 85% of clients have their alopecia stabilised – so they do not continue to lose their hair. In 64% of these stabilised clients, new hair growth is reported. In only 15% of cases, the hair loss continues. This may be due to other additional health or environmental factors. It is also important to realise that the dermarolling process must be continued to see results. If you give up too soon, then you may not experience the full benefits. Check out the Scientia Hair Laser page for details of the results you can expect from that product.
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Is the Derma Roller Just used to Stop Hair Loss?
Of course, thecan assist a much wider range of skin related problems. It’s gentle action stimulates the skin to return to its former healthy state by increasing collagen production in the skin, increased blood flow and enabling skin care products to penetrate and nourish much more effectively. As hair loss products go, it is very versatile.
Visit our Derma Rollers FAQ page for more information or perhaps our Derma Rollers Before and After Pictures page to see photographs of results. Alternatively we also have a Derma Rollerspage which describes in detail how the is used and how it works.