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Injectable & Non-Injectable Hair Loss Treatments

What causes hair loss?

Hair loss, a common concern, has diverse origins, ranging from genetic predispositions to lifestyle choices and underlying health conditions. Delving into the root cause is imperative before embarking on any treatment journey. Let's explore some prevalent contributors.

Ageing: The natural progression of age brings about a gradual slowdown in hair growth. This manifests in finer, more brittle hair, ultimately leading to reduced density and the visible effects of thinning or balding.

Genetics: An undeniable factor, genetic predisposition inherited from parents plays a central role. Male and female-pattern baldness, scientifically known as androgenetic alopecia, is intricately connected to a hormone that has the propensity to shrink hair follicles.

Hormonal Fluctuations (Male and Female): Hormones, especially DHT in men, can significantly contribute to the occurrence of male-pattern baldness with age. In women, hormonal changes during pregnancy may bring an initial improvement in hair quality, but postpartum shedding and menopausal thinning can be subsequent outcomes.

Stress: The intricate relationship between stress and overall health is also reflected in hair quality. Chronic stress has been associated with decreased hair quality, and conditions like telogen effluvium, marked by premature hair loss, can be triggered by significant emotional or physical upheaval. Habits like hair pulling, often stemming from nervousness, can further accelerate breakage.

Medical Conditions: Certain health conditions can induce hair loss as a side effect. Alopecia areata, an autoimmune disorder resulting in patchy hair loss, and thyroid disorders, especially an underactive thyroid, can disrupt hormonal balance, contributing to thinning and brittle hair. Medications such as blood thinners and treatments like chemotherapy and radiation therapy for cancer are well-known culprits for inducing hair loss.
Diet and Lifestyle: The significance of a well-rounded diet, rich in essential nutrients, cannot be overstated. Inadequate intake of specific vitamins can contribute to hair loss. Beyond nutrition, lifestyle choices, such as smoking, can exert adverse effects on overall hair health.

Hairstyling: The routine use of heat tools like hairdryers and straighteners, when in excess, can lead to breakage and impart a thin and dull appearance to the hair. Additionally, traction alopecia may occur due to tightly styled hair, like ponytails, or the use of hair extensions that pull and damage the hair at its roots.

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Injectable & Non Injectable Treatments

Microneedling: This innovative approach involves a device equipped with tiny needles that create micro-injuries on the scalp. Through multiple sessions, microneedling stimulates the body's natural wound healing response, enhances blood circulation, and promotes the absorption of topical hair growth serums. This comprehensive method contributes to improved hair follicle health, fostering hair growth over time.

Red LED Therapy: Often combined with other treatments, red light therapy is recognized for reducing inflammation in the skin. Given the link between inflammation around hair follicles and hair thinning, red light treatments are increasingly utilized to support gradual hair regrowth.

Hair Growth Serums: The market is flooded with at-home hair growth serums catering to the widespread concern of hair regrowth. These serums, accompanied by positive customer reviews, typically feature active ingredients that nourish the scalp and strengthen hair. While effective in enhancing overall hair condition and addressing mild thinning, they may be more suitable for maintaining rather than treating significant hair loss.

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