Hair loss can be devastating to ones confidence and self-esteem but you are not helpless.
Lucky for you, we can help to reverse the signs of hair loss using the latest medical research and innovations in hair restoration.
Hair loss plagues both men and women around the world. It can start as young as your early twenties and is challenging to manage successfully.
Whether you are struggling with anxiety over how much hair is left behind on your brush or male pattern baldness, you are not alone. Millions of people deal with thinning hair.
What Causes Hair Loss
Knowing what may be the cause of hair loss or thinning of hair, can help you reduce the loss of hair and potentially reverse it.
It is important to remember that thinning hair impacts both men and women. While men struggle more with male pattern baldness, women struggle with thinning hair, bald spots, and widening part lines.
Many factors can contribute to losing your hair besides heredity.
Some of the main culprits may include stress or a vitamin deficiency. Both of these can be managed and potentially easily reversed.
Other examples that are more serious and more difficult to correct, include illness or hair loss as the side-effect of prescription medication.
The most common causes for hair loss include:
- Hormone fluctuations (e.g., pregnancy or menopause)
- Stress both physical and emotional
- Nutrition imbalance (e.g., a vitamin deficiency)
- Heredity including male pattern baldness
- Underlying illness or Medication
For your best chance of hair restoration, you should seek a trusted medical professional, at the first sign of hair loss.
Hair Loss Is Common
While dealing with the stress of losing your hair, it is common for people to look for ways to reduce the appearance of thinning hair.
While changing your part line or sporting the comb-over are feasible immediate safe options to consider, many at-home remedies are not.
Myths About Hair Loss
Given the widespread demand for hair restoration products and services, there are a lot of misunderstandings and even myths about what causes hair to fall out.
Let’s explore a few of these thoughts and clear up these myths for good.
My shampoo or conditioner is causing my hair to shed
The shampoo and conditioner you are using is most likely, not the reason for your thinning hair. It is perfectly normal and expected to lose hair in the shower when washing your hair.
Any hair lost in the shower would have been lost outside of the shower, most likely without much notice.
Using too much hair product can cause hair loss
Like your hair washing products, the odds are that post-shower products like hair spray, gel, heat protectant, etc. are not the culprit for your hair loss.
Many hair care products are meant to improve the health of your hair. So before you stop using your favorite hair mask, consult a trusted medical professional first.
Wearing hats too often causes hair loss
There is no clear link between wearing a hat or helmet and shedding hair. In fact, hats protect you from too much sun exposure leading to burns, and helmets protect your head from injury, and we do not recommend stopping the use of them.
Think about it… if a hat or cap was causing hair loss, wouldn’t it make sense for hair to fall in the areas that the hat has the most friction? And that is never the case.
I am losing my hair because I have reached a certain age, there is nothing I can do
Yes, as we age, we often experience some degree of hair shedding. While this can be attributed to heredity, there is actually not a magic age at which people start to lose their hair.
It is also the case that some people get grey hairs in their early twenties, while others don’t see grey hairs until they are in their late 40’s. The same goes for hair loss.
However, changes in hormone levels can cause you to lose hair no matter your age, so it is important to remember to visit a hair restoration specialist at the first sign of hair loss.
Home Hair Restoration Treatments
Depending on the underlying cause for your hair loss, it may be treatable at home. Visit us in Margate to diagnose the problem, including providing guidance on nutrient or vitamin deficiency.
Keep in mind that most Americans don’t get the necessary nutrients from the foods we eat, so it is possible that the answer to your thinning hair can be improved with diet or by taking a supplement.
Hair loss in women due to hormone fluctuations during pregnancy does not generally require medical treatment. This will correct itself naturally over time.
If you do require medical treatment for hair restoration, you don’t have to worry about a lengthy surgical procedure.
Using the latest technology, you can experience hair restoration that is non-invasive with no downtime.
Sound too good to be true? It’s not.
Hair Restoration with PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Therapy
PRP treatments have been building global trust and popularity over the last several years.
Millions have benefited from the regenerative and healing properties of PRP, including those affected by thinning hair.
The innovation of the PRP approach is that it leverages your body’s natural ability to stimulate hair growth by restoring lost activity in your hair follicles.
PRP hair restoration is an excellent option for people looking to reduce hair fall out and regrow hair that is in the early stages of hair loss.
PRP Is Safe and Highly Effective
Many patients prefer PRP over the alternatives because of the advantages it offers.
PRP for hair restoration treats thinning hair with a natural formula, your plasma, and does not require surgery or downtime.
It is also impossible to have an allergic reaction to your own PRP.
Are You Ready to Experience Fuller Hair
While hair loss is common, it doesn’t have to define you. You can gain confidence and a full, thicker head of hair to brush through with an in-office treatment that takes about 45 minutes.
Don’t wait until hair regrowth is irreversible. The most critical step to treating hair loss is to do so early, right when symptoms appear.