Help with Hair Balding and Thinning
Hair thinning is a problem affecting many people all over the world from all levels of life. 30% of women 50% of men at ages 50 and forty respectively, will experience hair loss, and this has been discovered through research. Men experience hair loss around the crown while women hair loss occurs all around the head. Pregnancy and menopause are a major cause of alopecia in women. If your hair loss is due to hormonal changes or a medical condition, resolving the cause will bring hair growth back to normal. Some of the factors that lead to hair loss are, stresses, poor immunity, imbalanced diet, dental treatments, some particular drugs, and cosmetics.
When the causes of hair thinning are withdrawn, normal hair growth recovered. Regaining normal hair growth is usually harder if the hair loss is hereditary though there are some treatments that can help the hair to grow. There are several treatments appropriate for thinning hair sufferers.
The first recommended medications are minoxidil and finasteride, with proper FDA approval and a proven track record. These are the initial considerations for treatment although these drugs have side effects and finasteride is not used for women. Replacement surgery is the best way to reverse hair thinning. Follicular replacement surgery is costly, and it is crucial to go to a professional surgery, but the strategies like FUE transplants are unrivaled by any other treatment or camouflage.
Both treatments work, but one has to be patient to wait for them to work and also one should be ready to incur cost. There are fake companies that try to sell similar products with claims that they are effective and work faster though they cannot validate these claims.
Cosmetics are the best solution to achieve hair thickening faster. The cosmetics consist of tiny fibers that firmly attach on each hair follicle by a charge, resulting in unseen follicles that are heavier and voluminous. The threads will cover the space parts left by the lost hair and cease to be seen under any condition. There are no other kind of products that can work so well to hide the areas where hair has been lost. Keratin fibers have gained popularity not just for the reason that they camouflage thinning but also because they are safe to use during all other forms of treatment and before and after transplant surgery. Many surgery experts will recommend the use of these fibers to their patients before and after surgery. These threads are easy to use, you just apply on the areas and evenly spread on the area, and the charges will attach the fibers to the cavity. The fibers that are used are made of a material that is similar to the natural hair and thus they are very natural.