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Discover the solution to your hair loss problem

  2. 2. HOW HAIR GROWS? ▪ The average scalp has 100,000 hairs. Each follicle produces a single hair that grows at the rate of half an inch per month. ▪ It's soon replaced with a new hair, and the cycle begins again. ▪ At any given time, 85% of hair is growing, and the remainder is resting.
  3. 3. HOW HAIR LOSS IS NORMAL? ▪ On an average 50-100 strands of hair are lost every day. ▪ You'll typically find a few in your hairbrush or on your clothes. ▪ Abnormal hair loss can happen in several ways. You may notice large clumps falling out when you shampoo or style. Or your hair may thin slowly, over time.
  4. 4. GENERAL CAUSES OF HAIR LOSS : ▪ Poor nutrition ▪ Crash dieting ▪ Oral contraceptives ▪ Poor circulation ▪ Smoking ▪ Mental stress ▪ Dandruff ▪ Hormonal changes
  5. 5. PERCENTAGE OF HAIR LOSS IN MEN & WOMEN : Hair Loss Statistics Data in % Per cent of men who will have noticeable hair loss by age 35 40% Per cent of men who will have noticeable hair loss by age 60 65% Per cent of men who will have noticeable hair loss by age 80 70% Per cent of women who will have noticeable hair loss by age 60 80%
  7. 7. WHAT ARE THE SIGNS OF HAIR LOSS? ▪ The number of cases of both men and women suffering from Androgenetic alopecia is more or less the same. However, it can be camouflaged better in women. In men, androgenetic alopecia is characterized by gradual hair thinning that most often affects the crown and frontal areas of the scalp. ▪ In many men, the hairline around the temples regresses. As it moves back to the midscalp, an M-shaped hair pattern develops. ▪ The hair in the affected areas may be of various lengths and thickness. The presence of uneven lengths and texture is a classic sign of male pattern balding. ▪ Women may have similar patterns of hair loss, although typically the hair loss is a little more diffused than in men; women rarely experience loss of all their hair.
  8. 8. HAIR-LOSS PRODUCTS AND DEVICES ▪ A quick Internet search will turn up dozens of products intended to stop hair loss or regrow hair. ▪ To evaluate a hair loss treatments, you can check with: ▪ A dermatologist ▪ The FDA medical devices division ▪ Check Online hair loss evaluation Test
  9. 9. WHAT ARE THE TREATMENT METHODS FOR HAIR LOSS? ▪ The hair loss in men and women is permanent, if not treated. In most cases, hair loss is mild to moderate. ▪ Some people may benefit from the following hair loss treatments : ▪ Medicine(Allopathic/homeopathic/Self Hair care Remedies) ▪ Laser Treatment ▪ Hair Transplantation
  10. 10. HAIR LOSS TREATMENT – ALLOPATHIC MEDICINE ▪ Minoxidil is highly accepted as a medication that helps to cure hair loss. It is applied to the scalp and the affected region. ▪ For Men & Women, the 2% concentration is recommended. ▪ Minoxidil may help hair grow in about 1 in 4 or 5 of the people tested. In most cases it may slow or stop hair loss. ▪ It is recommended to continue using this medicine for a long time. Hair loss starts again when you stop using it.
  11. 11. HAIR LOSS TREATMENT - HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE Homeopathy is a safe and gentle means of effectively treating hair loss. It has been successful on a number of occasions. Some of the treatment methods you can choose from include; ▪ Consult trichology expert who will offer a line of treatment according to your symptoms ▪ Take the advice of a nutritionist regarding dietary do’s and don’ts ▪ Use homeopathic shampoos that are made from natural ingredients to help stabilize hair thinning.
  12. 12. SELF CARE – HAIR CARE TIPS ▪ Avoid red meats as it is a DHT that aggravates hair loss ▪ Eating sun dried Pumpkin seeds daily helps too reduce hair fall ▪ Green tea and soya help to control hair loss ▪ Black dates, Halim seeds, black raisins, fenugreek, eggs, nuts, cods are good for treating hair loss due to anemia ▪ Control intake of cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower and lentils if you are hypothyroid and its causing you to lose hair ▪ Cutting down of smoking also helps reduce hair fall
  13. 13. HAIR LOSS TREATMENT – LASER ▪ Devices that emit low-energy laser light may stimulate hair growth, to help fight thinning hair. ▪ They're available in some clinics and as hand-held devices to use at home. ▪ At least one device has gained FDA approval for both men and women, based on a small study that showed effectiveness in some of those who tested it. ▪ It took 2-4 months to see the results. ▪ The FDA does not require the same rigorous testing for devices as for medicines. ▪ The long-term safety and effectiveness are unknown.
  14. 14. HAIR LOSS TREATMENT – HAIR TRANSPLANT ▪ Hair transplants remove tiny plugs of hair from areas where hair is thicker, and place them in areas that are balding. ▪ This can cause minor scarring where the hair is removed and carries a slight risk for skin infection. You will probably need multiple transplants. ▪ This can be expensive. However, the results are often excellent and permanent.
  15. 15. COPING WITH SIGNIFICANT HAIR LOSS : ▪ Adjusting to permanent hair loss is challenging for both Men & Women. ▪ If thin areas are very obvious, consider a weave, a hairpiece, a scarf, or a hat to cover bald spots. ▪ Good quality wigs are more comfortable than ever -- and you will rarely have bad hair days. ▪ If hair loss interferes with your job or social life or makes you reluctant to leave the house, think about talking with a counsellor.
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