Nowadays, hair loss has become a common problem that affects more and more people. The main issue that surrounds the problem of hair loss is our tendency to react only when the damage is already done when the symptoms of hair loss have already become extremely apparent. This is when we tend to start searching for a way out, but hair loss may be caused by various factors, some of which are the following:
-Health issues: major illnesses, yeast infections, hormonal changes
-Reactions to medicines that serve to treat illnesses such as cancer, diabetes, gout, or a reaction to birth control pills and anti-depressants
– Improper hair care and exaggerated use of chemicals …
The list of factors that contribute to hair loss is quite a long one, but we still have to mention the most important ones, and these include genetics and poor nutrition. The main causes of hair loss are certainly various vitamin deficiencies which were caused by poor dietary habits.
Knowing your options
While a believed 95% of excessive hair loss is generic, there always exists the possibility that a doctor, or perhaps a professional hairstylist can offer the fastest and least expensive answer to hair restoration. A physician can perform a full physical exam for you and review the medicines and diet that is suitable for your condition. There is no better person than your doctor to provide you with the necessary advice on how to rearrange your lifestyle in order to gain back your hair’s vitality. You can also turn to your hairstylist who can give you some useful advice on hair conditioning and proper hair care that can largely repair the damage on your hair.
In case the physician or hairstylist is not able to assist you in any way, you can always reach for minoxidil, which was the very first Food and drug administration approved approach to restoring lost hair. For it to work, minoxidil should be applied to the affected region of the scalp two times each day. It works best with young individuals whose hair loss is a disorder that appeared recently.
There is also another medicine which you can use, called finasteride, commonly known as Propecia. Propecia has proven to be highly effective in hair loss. Not only does it encourage hair growth, but it also enhances the thickness and strength of hair.
Frequently, Propecia, minoxidil, or a mix of both can be used along with hair loss transplants to optimize your hair restoration process. The entire process of hair loss transplants involves removing hair in the densely covered regions of the scalp and, with the help of a needle, implanting new hair into the affected areas.
If medicines and surgery appear too extreme, individuals struggling with abnormal hair loss still have the choice of putting on a hairpiece. Many who choose the hairpiece option enroll in a “hair club” that offers people service, which will keep their hairpieces washed, colored, and adequately maintained.
Remember, all medicines and surgical treatments involve some risk, and you should also be aware of the chances that the hair restoration may not give the wanted results. Before saying yes to some hair restoration regime, schedule up a meeting with a physician and get to know your risks.
Making the best hair restoration decision
Determining whether hair restoration fits your needs is a personal decision.
Deciding which hair restoration method works for you is one thing you should talk about with a physician who is an expert in dealing with hair loss.