If your hair is not as dense and thick as it once was and is thinner overall, rather than in one focused area, it is import to differentiate between thinning hair and abnormal shedding hair. The discussion below deals with non-scarring alopecia.
Whether your hair is extra oily from seasonal sweat, or you’re always fighting the battle with greasy hair, Hair Transplant & Restoration Center is excited. Why be excited about oily hair? We can immediately help you kick that extra grease goodbye with science-based scalp treatments. HT&RC now carries a complete range of products from Italian company CR Lab, treating scalps suffering from excess sebum, dryness, and hair loss.
Genetics isn’t the only cause of alopecia (hair loss). Factors such as stress, medication, health problems, and diet can contribute to hair thinning. In our last blog, we discussed several nutrient deficiencies that cause hair loss. Today, we’re talking about nutrients that stimulate healthy hair growth.
Healthy diet and nutrition are important for your body’s health, but many people don’t realize that it is important for your hair’s health as well. A nutrient-deficient diet can cause temporary hair loss, but if left untreated the hair loss could become permanent. To ensure your hair grows strong and healthy, make sure you incorporate important vitamins and nutrients into your diet.
If you’re not a candidate for surgical hair restoration procedures, hair loss medicine such as Rogaine or Propecia could be the right solution for you. If you don’t know which medication is right for you, read these facts about each product and schedule a consultation with Dr. Gray at the Hair Transplant & Restoration Center.
Hair loss is one of the most prevalent conditions facing adults today and it doesn’t seem to care if you are male or female, rich or poor, 30 years old or 80 years old, Caucasian, Hispanic, or African American, or any other factor. In fact, the numbers may surprise you. Sixty-six percent of men over the age of 30 suffer from hair loss and forty percent of women experience hair loss by the age of 40.