Hereditary hair loss issue can occur in women too. Female pattern hair loss is less prevalent than male pattern thinning. Many treatments–especially with Pharma medicines–don’t work very well.
According to a leading Dermatology academy in Australia, some 30 million women have hereditary hair loss. In addition to those 30 million women, many more experience thinning of hair as a result of menopause or a health problem.
While there are hundreds of treatments available for this condition, only a few are worth the money. The problem: among the 1000s of dollars that we spend on haircare products, not all are spent appropriately. Therefore, the time has come to put a stop sign over those charming ads and fancy products, which may convince you otherwise.
A few more clumps of hair, here and there, can give anybody a nightmare, more so to a woman.
While men can shave their heads in such condition, being bald is the last thought in a woman’s mind.
In the rest of the blog post, I’ll explain the causes of women hair loss and the available treatments.
There are hundreds of reasons that may cause hair to fall, including but not restricted to the following:
- Plain stress (demise in the household, separation, work defeat)
- Variations in your nourishment (crash diets, deficiency of protein can increase the speed of your hair shedding. In addition, some medications like
- Beta Antagonists
- Any Drug with Testosterone
can affect your hair, in one way or another. Moreover, there are also some medical issues that can cause this condition
- Thyroid gland dusfunction (An overactive or underactive)
- Iron deficiency.
- Falling oestrogen levels due to menopause
- Hormonal changes due to chidbirth
That’s the background. Now some guidance:
The first step to combating a Hair Loss condition is to see a hair specialist–the sooner you, do the better the results will be. A hair specialist will run a variety of tests, which can include
- A rundown of your Medical History
- A Scalp Anlaysis
- Blood Tests
A blood test can reveal some interesting facts about your condition. This test can reveal a variety of conditions:
- Deficiency of iron – supplementation may be necessary
- Lack of oestrogen during Menopause- hormone replacement therapy may be required
Note that Oestrogen actually makes the hair thicker, longer, and shinier.
And if none of the above tests conclude anything, then you most likely to have androgenetic alopecia, a hereditary condition. Unfortunately, most modern drugs for treating androgenetic alopecia cause more side effects than positives, adding another weight to your mind.
The last resort–Hair Transplants–can cost anything in-between $8,000 to $12,000. Yes, for obvious reasons Hair Transplants are not covered by most of the insurance companies.
What to do now?
At this time, we recommend using one of our hair regrowth programs. With any of our Hair regrowth programs, we assure you the best results irrespective of your condition. Here are some of the highlights of our Hair Loss Treatment Procedure:
A Computerised Hair and Scalp Analysis
- Diagnostics using special hair and scalp analysis technology
- Detection of the current level of hair loss, scalp condition and pore size
In-clinic Hair and Scalp Treatments to accelerate the hair regrowth effect by:
- Clearing excess oil and dirt
- Promoting maximum absorption of the herbal tonic’s active ingredients into the scalp
- Reducing the sensitivity of hair follicles to DHT
- Increasing blood circulation to the hair follicles
- Directing the stronger nourishing herbs to affected areas
- Reactivating dormant hair follicles, starting new hair growth
- Repairing scalp damage
- Strengthening hair follicles
Stop procrastinating! The cure for your problem is here. Act now by calling 9568 0791 and speak to one of our highly knowledgeable professionals.