It is not just genetics there are multiple other factors resulted in hair fall. These factors are divided into two categories- Internal and External. It is normal to shed 50 to 100 hairs a day. Hair loss occurs when the shedding is disrupted or when the hair follicle is destroyed and you start noticing hair thinning or bald patches.
Lasers are one of the greatest innovations in the medical science. They are so dynamic and versatile to use for corrective eye procedures, accurate incision, and skin rejuvenation. Lasers are also used for competing functions- some wavelengths for hair growth and others to remove it. It may sound strange, but laser removal therapy and laser hair growth procedure both use laser light for treatment. So, what are the ways they use to achieve a different result or almost an opposite result?
Let’s identify the difference between them!
Laser Hair Removable
The technical term used for laser hair removable is selective photothermal lysis, in short SPTL. The process involves using of mild radiation via high-heat lasers. The purpose is to damage hair follicles enough to significantly lower down the growth of hair. It ceases growth of follicles for a long time.
The SPTL technique uses pulses of light generated by diodes and the wavelength is typically in the range of 694 nm to 1,000 nm. According to experts, the treatment works great on people who have both fair skin and dark hair because the procedure targets the pigment, melanin which plays a significant role in giving color to human hair. Although new hairs may still grow, they are finer and lighter in color than before.
The treatment is available in many salons. Consider undergoing the therapy under experts because it has some side effects like blisters, inflammation, irritation, swelling, redness etc.
Laser Hair Growth
The therapy uses “cold” or non-ablative lasers, known as low-level light therapy. It is best known as LLLT. The laser hair therapy is based on photochemistry (chemical effects of light) to stimulate hair cells in the follicle. It helps in increasing blood flow in the scalp and stimulates metabolism in catagen follicles, resulting in the production of anagen hair.
The low-level laser is radiated on the balding areas. Light of different wavelengths is absorbed by the outer dermis which accelerates chemical reactions within the cells. The photobiomodulation divides the follicle, thus resulting in long and strong hair growth. Unlike SPTL for hair removable, LLLT for hair growth has no adverse side effects. It is safe to use.
The treatment for low-level laser hair therapy lasts 6-12 months with around 45 minutes a session which is twice in a week at least. It also involves evaluation to monitor the progress.
Once the growth rate is improved, the clinic recommends a hair growth device to rip the maximum benefits of LLLT. People who find hard to take out some time from their busy schedules to visit the clinic periodically can use the device. It is safe to use because LLLT has no side effect.
On the contrary, the hair removable technique can’t be practiced at home because the result is not so effective. Only a skilled and trained laser removal technician adds efficacy to the procedure.
About Hair Again
Hair Again is offering low-level laser hair therapy in Fresno, Clovis, Madera, Visalia, Modesto and Merced. The program for this treatment involves 6-12 months with a session of 45 minutes, twice a week. The subject is called up for evaluation from time to time to monitor the progress. The 6-month of LLLT treatment is affordable. The growth improvement is depended on person to person. Some see improvement in just 10 weeks and some in 15 weeks or more. To get the best result, Hair Again guides you at every step. The treatment plan involves guidance for what to eat and what to apply on scalp. Contact Hair Again for more discussion on LLLT.
Visit www.fresnohair.com/laser-treatment.html or call on (559) 225-4754to know more about our laser hair replacement therapy.
We know that androgenetic alopecia or male pattern baldness is the most common cause of hair loss, accounting for 95% of hair loss in men and women. But there are a variety of other causes for hair loss in men and women, a significant number of people experience hair loss related to traumatic events, lifestyle choices, and illnesses––this type of hair loss can be prevented and treated differently than hereditary hair loss.
Disease and Illness
Hereditary and non-hereditary diseases can cause hair loss in both men and women. Diseases like diabetes, cancer, lupus and thyroid disorders can each cause significant loss of hair. Many people have experienced sudden and large amounts of hair loss 3 to 4 months after an illness or a major surgery. Fortunately, this hair loss is usually temporary, and is related to the stress of the illness.
Researchers have found that some hair loss may be due to a deficiency of protein or iron in your diet. Protein and iron are both vital for maintaining hair health. Be sure to eat a balanced diet and avoid nutrient deficiencies to ensure healthy hair growth.
Drugs designed to treat gout, arthritis, acne, depression, heart problems and blood pressure often cause hair loss in some people. It all depends on the way the drug interacts with your unique body chemistry.
Medications can lead to two types of hair loss: Telogen effluvium and Anagen effluvium. Telogen effluvium is the most common form of drug-induced hair loss. It usually appears within 2 to 4 months after taking the drug.
Anagen effluvium is hair loss that occurs during the Anagen phase of the hair cycle, when the hairs are actively growing. It prevents the matrix cells, which produce new hairs, from dividing normally. This type of hair loss usually occurs within a few days to weeks after taking the medication. It's most common in people who are taking chemotherapy drug.
Childbirth/ Hormonal Changes
Pregnancy and childbirth are traumatic events for the body. Like severe illness and surgery, childbirth alters regular chemical processes in the body. If you experience hair loss right before or after childbirth, your hair will likely return to normal growth patterns after your body completely recovers. Having an overactive or under active thyroid gland may cause your hair to fall out as well. Treating the thyroid will usually help the loss of hair. Hormones can also cause hair loss if male hormones (androgens), or female hormones (estrogens), are out of balance. However, if the hormone imbalance is corrected, the hair loss should stop.
Did you know that 40% of men have noticeable hair loss by age 35, and 65% by age 60?
Aging is one of the factors necessary for androgenetic alopecia to occur, along with a genetic predisposition and the presence of hair loss-inducing hormones. Hair loss is dependent on exposing the vulnerable hair follicles to the proper hormones over time
Improper Hair Care
This could be due to our daily hair care methods, aggressive brushing, improper styling leading to hair suffocation, usage of heat devices and environmental conditions. You might use these techniques to improve your hair style and beauty, but some of them can be unhealthy for hair. As excessive styling that pulls the hair too tightly may also lead to a type of hair loss, called "traction alopecia." As long as this pulling is stopped before the scalp scars, the hair will grow back normally. But be warned, scarring can cause permanent hair loss.
It should be noted that stress-induced hair loss is not a cause of male-pattern baldness. Rather, this type of balding is known as "Telogen effluvium." Telogen effluvium is caused when the body senses a problem and diverts its energies there. This results in hair being shed.
Stress affects the hair of men and women differently. It's been found that women's hair is more sensitive to stress' effects than men's hair. One possibility is that stress (along with DHT and other things) may facilitate hair loss for women who are genetically predisposed towards it
The good news is all these causes are reversible with proper care and maintenance. When you come in and speak with our specialist we’ll be able to guide you in right direction and you’ll leave here knowing the potential for returning your hair to the look it was meant to have.
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Hair loss is not a disease or sickness and cannot be cured with a few days of medication. We need to provide external stimulation and support with nutrition required for hair to respond positively. Just like washing your face and applying moisturizer, the concept is CARE not CURE.
All growing cells require toxin free environments. Each hair follicle demands cell nutrition to ensure growth and strength. Hair Fact has been formulated specifically for the gender and targets the hair and scalp to ensure the correct levels of nutrients are prescribed.
This is a holistic approach which utilizes Vitamins, Minerals, Amino Acids, Antioxidants and Herbal Combinations to strengthen the hair roots and promote hair growth.
The Hair Fact supplement program provides 6 different oral supplements in a Cyclical Method, where each is given twice a week.
It's More Than Just Hereditary