Thinning hair and hair loss is becoming a problem that many people are suffering from. Hair loss can be caused by aging, too much stress, environmental effects , excessive smoking, nutritional deficiencies, hormonal imbalance, genetic factors, scalp infections, use of wrong or chemically enriched hair products, certain medicines and medical conditions.
It’s normal to lose a certain number of hairs a day , so you probably have a general sense of what’s normal for you . Although it’s hard to tell, you may notice more hair loss by checking your brush, pillows and perhaps grimacing at your clogged shower drain. When you start losing more than that, it’s time for you to take some effective actions at home without requiring repeated office visits.
What you eat is one of the few things you can do to control your hair’s behavior. Think of your hair as a thermometer for your overall health. Your tresses are literally on the chopping block if your body isn’t functioning at its best. Make sure your diet has plenty iron, zinc, protein and biotin, lentils have plenty of folic acid. The body needs folic acid to restore the health of red blood cells that supply skin and scalp with hair-improving oxygen.
Additionally, research has shown that a Body Mass Index (BMI) that’s either too low or too high can also impact your health and in consequence the quality of your locks. Exercise has plenty of health benefits.
Taking natural supplements
There are a few natural supplements that are known to help with overall hair and scalp health, such as biotin, selenium and zinc. On top of including foods rich in these in your overall diet, taking supplements will prepare your body and hair for the shedding months ahead. Just remember to always consult a physician when taking supplements/vitamins, especially if you are currently on medication, are pregnant or have any health conditions.
Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) -- laser hair therapy devices
Low level laser therapy is also called red light therapy, cold laser, soft laser, biostimulation and photobiomodulation. Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) is a non-chemical, non-invasive option. When engineered with advanced technology and science, a laser hair therapy device such as the ReHair® laser cap can:
Activates hair follicles
Reverses hair thinning
Stimulates hair growth
Revitalizes damaged hair
Increases density & fullness
Optimize hair growth cycle
Improve overall hair quality, condition and manageability
What to expect from ReHair® laser cap?
Keep in mind that it takes time for hair to grow. You will not notice results immediately as it takes time to restore follicle health and then for the new strands of hair to grow.
Laser hair restoration works but is a gradual process that requires patience. ReHair® laser cap works by reversing the natural process of miniaturization. Miniaturization occurs as each the hair follicle weakens with each hair cycle, producing increasingly thinner hair until the follicle dies and ceases to produce hair. Laser therapy has been shown to be effective in reversing miniaturization by stimulating and energizing the scalp cells and increasing blood supply to the hair follicle. This allows the follicle to remain viable and capable of producing thicker, healthier hair.
From Left to Right:
1) Healthy Hair Follicle
2) Thinning (Miniaturized) Hair Follicle
3) Laser penetrating Weakened Hair Follicle
4) Laser Therapy resulting in Restored Hair Follicle
5) Renewed Healthy Hair Follicle
Please keep in mind that you need time to evaluate the treatment. If you are complying with the instructions for use and regularly using your laser cap, you usually can see some results within 6 months.
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When it comes to hair loss, consult a physician and try to use a ReHair® laser cap, eat healthy, reduce stress, and you’ll be on your way to a thicker, healthier and beautiful head of hair.
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Hair fall can happen due to a number numerous reasons and for that reason you need to learn the reason first. A lot of people think that they lose their hair because of hair abuse this may not be the reason. Have you'd of losing your hair, enough? Are you significant about needing to re grow your hair?