Hair loss can have a destructive effect on the self-esteem and self-confidence of a person. About 80% men face male pattern hair loss, that doesn’t lessen the distress when it finally happens. What alternatives can help you out?
Looksforever helps to beat Hair Loss problems that affect a person’s life. It also helps to solve all the hair loss conditions. If you are dealing with a Hair Loss condition let us outline the different hair loss treatments.
Strong, healthy and lustrous hair acts as a natural ornament, adding an extra spark to one’s personality. Women, particularly, are very possessive about their tresses. They try every effective hair care routine and remedy to maintain their hair. Unfortunately, at times, certain factors can trigger hair problems. For young adults, the problem can be highly demoralizing and depressing.
HAIR LOSS – THE ALTERNATIVES
All hair loss treatments can be divided into four main categories:
Drugs – approved by various medical authorities
Transplant Surgery – including grafts, micrografts and others
Laser Hair Therapy – an exciting development in the treatment of hair loss
Non Surgical Transplantation – the latest in advanced non-surgical transplant technology
When Do People Go for Non Surgical Hair Replacement?
In extreme cases and left with no other options, people opt for the various non surgical hair replacement procedures such as Hair Transplant, Hair Weaving, PRP, to name a few.
Various factors that act as contributing factors triggering a hair replacement are mentioned below:
Conditions That Trigger Hair Replacement
On an average, it is normal for a person to lose between 50-100 hair strands daily. The problem starts when the hair loss exceeds 150 (often 200-250) with very little hair regrowth. With time and if left untreated, the condition worsens with the thinning of the scalp. Soon after baldness sets in (complete, partial or in patches). Men and women may both be equally affected by the condition. Mentioned below are some of the common reasons that result in hair fall, hair thinning and baldness.
Genetics: A term Androgenic Alopecia is often used to describe the severe hair loss in young adults (both the sexes), with the hereditary or genetic condition being the main wrecker in chief. In men, a condition called Male pattern baldness (some even in their early 20’s) is characterized by hair loss and baldness mainly from the front part of the scalp and the crown. In women (female pattern baldness), the condition can result in severe hair loss from the crown and the overall thinning of the scalp. However, in most women, the visible signs appear after 40.
The hair loss can also be a part of the normal aging process, a condition medically termed as Involutional Alopecia.
The hair growth cycle consists of three stages –
- Anagen, a phase where there is active hair growth.
- Catagen, a phase characterized by transitional hair growth.
- Telogen, a phase when the shedding of hair takes place.
In some people, there may be a condition known as Telogen effluvium.This condition is characterized by an increased hair fall in the resting phase resulting in temporary thinning of the scalp.
- In some people, the hair loss can also be triggered by Alopecia Universalis, a condition where a person starts losing all the body hair at an alarming rate.
- Few young adults and children may rapidly start losing hair in patches (Alopecia areata). Over time, the condition may progress into Alopecia Totalis resulting in total baldness. However, the good news is, in most people the condition is reversible.
Certain inflammatory disorders such as acne, folliculitis, lichen planus, to name a few (scarring alopecia), can result in permanent hair loss due to the inability of the hair to undergo regeneration.
Looksforever Non Surgical Hair Transplantation system is proven to be the quickest and most effective route to achieving a natural looking and full head of hair. Our system will stand up to the closest scrutiny and, because we can phase the treatment, it can appear as if your own hair has regrown over a period of time – short or long – it’s up to you.