CONDITIONS
HAIR LOSS 
EXAMPLE

WHAT IS IT:

The thinning or miniaturisation of hair, sparse or bald patches, or significant hair loss which is usually noticed when washing or brushing hair. 

Many potential factors may be responsible. Correctly assessing the cause and appropriately treating it is essential to achieving results. Hair growth usually occurs from 1 to 4 months after beginning treatment due to hair growth cycles.  Some conditions do not respond to treatments aimed at stimulating new growth and in these situations’ hair transplants, micropigmentation or hairpieces may be the best solutions. 

CAUSES: 

  • Hereditary factors such as male and female pattern baldness 

  • Hormonal health conditions such as Hypothyroidism

  • Other hormone disturbances  

  • Endocrine conditions

  • Immune conditions such as alopecia  

  • Skin conditions such as Seborrheic Dermatitis 

  • Pregnancy  

  • Stress 

  • Dieting and protein deficiency  

  • Mineral deficiencies  

  • Physical or chemical trauma such as hair lightening treatments 

  • Traction or friction such as constant tight braids, ponytails or wigs

  • Cancer and cancer treatments

TREATMENT OPTIONS:

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