Hair Transplant Turkey
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  • Hair Transplant Turkey
    Say Goodbye to Hair Loss with Hair Transplant Turkey Hair loss can be a major concern for anyone, especially when it occurs at an unexpected phase of your life and at an alarming rate. You’ve probably spent a fortune on different hair care products and treatments with little or no result to show for it. In such cases, the best option to reclaiming your healthy and lustrous hair is to opt for a hair transplant procedure.  But, you've most likely heard that hair transplants are super expensive, this is true; but not when you get a hair transplant in Turkey. As one of the biggest hubs of medical tourism, Turkey is an excellent choice for getting any surgery, especially hair transplantation. Hair transplant costs in Turkey are very affordable, which means getting hair restoration is easier. And if you're looking for the best hair transplant treatment in Turkey at the most decent price, then you are at the right spot. We have an unbeatable track record when it comes to the most successful hair restoration procedures in Turkey. This is why we are a favorite destination for both tourists and locals who want safe and secure hair transplants in Turkey. We are renowned experts who use only the best and latest hair transplant method Follicular Hair Transplantation (FUE) and Direct Hair Implant technique (DHI) for our patients. Due to its high success rate and complexity, FUE and DHI technique costs a fortune in most parts of the world, but our rates for hair transplants in Turkey are more affordable than conventional clinics.  Our process for hair transplants in Turkey At Istanbul Hair Clinic, our hair restoration process is simple and straightforward. If you want to undergo hair transplant surgery at our clinic, here's what to expect: Consultation Our expert surgeons will design the perfect hairline and surgery plan just for you. Preparation This stage incorporates the processes of sterilizing the operation site and the application of local anesthetics.. Extraction We then extract the needed hair graft from the donor area. Creation Our highly trained surgeons have ample experience with this and will follow the direction of terminal hairs to create recipient sites. Transplantation We will carefully place the grafts at right angles to hair direction in recipient sites. Postoperative Processes and Care After the hair transplantation, we will dress the transplanted site and inject PRP to quicken recovery. We will also help you wash and care for your hair for the next 15 days after your hair transplantation. Why choose us for your hair transplant in Turkey? At Istanbul Hair Clinic, we make sure that all of our procedures, from start to finish, are tailored to your needs. Here's why we are the best option for a successful hair transplant Turkey. Personalized Treatment Plans One of the things that make us different from other hair clinics is the fact that each of our treatment plans is personalized to suit our clients’ wishes and needs. Experience At Istanbul Hair Clinic, we have years of experience with performing a wide range of hair transplant procedures. We are professionals who are familiar with different hair transplantation techniques including Classic FUE (via micro motors), Robotic FUE, DHI technique (FUE performed with Choi implanters), and Sapphire FUE (FUE performed with Sapphire blades). We can also perform beard and eyebrow transplantation. Affordable hair transplant cost in Turkey As the hub of medical tourism, Turkey is the perfect place to get your hair transplantation at the cheapest. And when you do it with us, it's even cheaper! We offer our complete hair transplant turkey packages at the most affordable rates. Depending on what you want, hair transplant cost Turkey varies and are usually 20-30% cheaper than our competitors. We Take Care of Everything Istanbul Hair Clinic covers everything, from pre-hair transplant to post-hair transplant. Our hair transplant package takes care of accommodation, medication, translator fees, hair wash, airport transfers, 24 hours assistance, PRP injection, and hair transplantation surgery. Getting a hair transplantation in Turkey is easier and cheaper! If you are bald or dealing with a receding hairline, hair loss, or thinning, you don't have to worry anymore, because all you need is a hair transplant surgery. At Istanbul Hair Clinic, our hair transplants in Turkey are affordable and come with a 100% guaranteed successrate. So, if you are looking for the best hair transplantation in Turkey, look no further. Contact us today to get started.
    DHI Technique
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  • DHI Technique
    DHI technique means "Direct Hair Transplant". What does the DHI technique consist of? The DHI technique is a FUE method because extraction is basically done by removing the follicles in the same way. The difference is that when transplanting with DHI, the placement of the graft is done directly with an implant without the need to drill a hole for its location. A type of cannula or hollow needle is used where the follicle has previously accumulated and is then fixed directly to the desired location to obtain the angle of the hair. The DHI method naturally has advantages and disadvantages over the FUE method. Advantages of DHI - Reduction of the duration of follicles outside the body makes it more durable. - Less bleeding during transplantation in the planting area. - Possibility to obtain more follicle density in different areas. - Since the techniques are a bit more complicated than the FUE method, more knowledgeable doctors and more specialized equipment are needed. - Possibility of performing without having to shave the head. Disadvantages of DHI technique -This process takes longer; Approximately 2500 grafts per day are performed in one or two sessions.
    Telogen Effluvium
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  • Telogen Effluvium
    Telogen effluvium occurs when a sudden severe shock or stress causes hair loss. A sudden serious event or stressful situation can cause the hair to stop growing and enter the resting stage. The hair remains in the resting state for about 3 months when large amounts of hair fall off. The affected person has often recovered from the original event when the hair falls off. In most cases, the hair grows back, but in some cases the hair does not recover until the underlying event is investigated. Telogen effluvium seems to affect more women than men because the reasons are often related to events in women's lives eg. childbirth.Telogen Effluvium may have the following causes:Hormonal changesInfection of the scalpOperation or chronic diseaseSerious mental stressMedicationHormonal changes:There are several reasons for hormone changes and many of these can contribute to hair loss eg.Hair loss after childbirth:It is common for women to have a thinning of the hair about 3 months after the baby is born. It is a sign of the rapid change in hormone levels in the body after childbirth. There are statistics showing that 20% of women lose hair after receiving children, other figures show up to 45%. Fortunately, the hair grows back within 9-12 months after giving birth. Many women feel that their hair is healthier and stronger during pregnancy. The reason for this is the elevated levels of estrogen and progesterone which cause more hairs than usual to remain in the plant phase. When the baby is born and the hormones return to normal levels, the hairs that remain in the plant stage begin to enter the resting phase and then fall off after about 3 months.Hair loss due to Pill:Contraceptive pills make the hormone level in the body change and these changes can affect hair growth. In some cases, hair loss can be caused by the male sex hormone contained in some birth control pills. This type of hair loss is similar to androgenetic alopecia. To stop taking birth control pills can have the same effect on hair as to give birth to children because of the similar change in hormone levels.Hair loss due to dysfunction of the thyroid gland:The first test a doctor does when a patient shows signs of hair loss is to check the function of the thyroid gland. Two types of thyroid problems can occur and both can cause hair loss. One problem is hypothyroidism (underproduction of thyroxine) and the other is hyperthyroidism (overproduction of thyroxine).Hair loss can be a symptom in both cases, in some cases it is mild and in other cases difficult. In both cases, the hair returns to normal when proper treatment has been completed. Contact your doctor immediately if you suspect that you have thyroid problems.Scalp infections:Infections such as ringworm can lead to hair loss. When the infection is treated, the hair generally grows back.Operation / chronic disease:The shock after a major surgery can cause hair loss. A skin graft almost always means that hair falls out. Hair drops fall out but grow back from the transplanted skin cell.Some cancer treatments cause the hair cells to stop dividing. Hair blisters become thin and break off as they grow. This happens 1-3 weeks after treatment but the hair grows back when treatment is finished."Serious mental stress":Some people suffer from telogen effluvium, i.e. sudden general thinning of the hair after a traumatic event e.g. a death, an accident, assault or other serious mental stress. The hair follicles then go to rest for early and hair loss occurs about 3 months after the event in question. When circumstances change for the better, the hair generally grows back.Weight loss / nutrition / protein deficiency:People who lose weight using low-protein diets or have very restrictive diets for other reasons may lack protein. The body then tries to save on protein by getting hairs to change from plant phase to rest phase. Two to three months later, a lot of hair falls off. This type of hair loss is avoided by at all times maintaining adequate protein intake.Medication:Some prescription medications can cause temporary hair loss, eg. medicines for gout, rheumatism, depression, heart problems, high blood pressure or blood thinners. High doses of vitamin A can also cause hair loss.Here is a list of drugs reported having a negative effect on hair growth:Allopurinol (against gout)Heparin (blood thinning)Coumarin (blood thinning)Clofibrate (cholesterol lowering)Gemfibrozil (cholesterol lowering)Above are some of the medications reported to contribute to hair loss. If you suspect that a prescription medication you are taking is the reason you lose hair, discuss this with your doctor.
    Androgenetic Alopecia
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  • Androgenetic Alopecia
    Androgenetic alopecia is what we call everyday alopecia. When it is related to hormones (androgens) and heredity (genetics) it is androgenetic - baldness. Men typically lose their hair in the hairline in the forehead and upside down. Women generally lose their hair evenly over their heads.
    Traction Alopecia
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  • Traction Alopecia
    Traction alopecia is generally the result of different kinds of hair removal. Hard-bound hair in ponytail, knot or braids falls off gradually. If this type of milling is going on for a long time, hair loss can become permanent but generally the hair grows back as soon as it is no longer drawn or tied too tightly.
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  • Trichotillomania
    Trichotillomania is self-induced hair loss, the result of hairs being pulled or removed. It occurs mostly in young children, teenagers and affects twice as many women as men. The hair is often peeled away from the scalp, but also eyebrows and eyelashes are picked. The treatment for trichotillomania involves conversation therapy and psychiatric help and in some cases also anti-depressant medications.
    Alopecia Areata
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  • Alopecia Areata
    Alopecia Areata is believed to be an autoimmune disease that causes the body's immune system to attack the hair follicles. White blood cells, so-called T-lymphocytes, attack the hair follicles, causing the hair to stop growing and enter the telogenic phase (resting state). About 3 months later, when the rest phase is over, the hair falls out. The hair can only begin to grow again when the T lymphocytes stop attacking the hair follicles. Alopecia Areata begins as a bare spot about 3 cm in diameter. The disease can affect both men and women and is often experienced for the first time during childhood. According to a US study, a person of a hundred is sometimes affected by alopecia areata during their lifetime. Most people who suffer from the disease lose hair which then grows back, but it is estimated that in about 20% of cases, hair loss will be permanent or recurrent. There are three different kinds of alopecia; Alopecia Areata - Spotted thinning of head hair Alopecia Totalis - All head hair falls out Alopecia Universalis - All hair on the whole body falls out Self-developed hair loss The hair can be damaged, consciously or unknowingly in various ways. The two main syndromes are called trichotillomania and traction alopecia.
    Norwood Scale
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  • Norwood Scale
    Hair loss varies from person to person. Dr. O’Tar Norwood created a scale, the Norwood scale, to measure degrees of hair loss in men. By using this grading and looking at the different categories you get indications of how much hair needs to be transplanted, for example, if it is Grade 1: The client has not suffered any major amount of hair loss. Hair transplantation is not recommended in this case. Grade 2: Men's hair loss often begins in the temple. This can last for several years. When hair loss reaches a critical stage, hair transplantation is usually recommended. Grade 3: At this stage, hair loss has been going on for a few years. Hair transplantation is most often recommended. Grade 4: Hair loss at the temples and on the head (and so-called coves) are typical of this degree. Here most decisions are made to carry out a hair transplant. Grades 5 & 6: The hair loss has now reached a critical stage at both temples and at the head. Hair transplantation is a very common decision here. Grade 7: To this extent, many men are relevant to hair transplantation. However, the limitations in the donor area mean that only the hairline can be remedied and the head remains somewhat bare.  
    Who can get hair transplantations?
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  • Who can get hair transplantations?
    There are upper age limits for hair transplantation. If you are young and have started losing hair from the anterior zone, you had better expect to continue losing hair in the coming years and a planned hair transplant focusing on future hair loss is necessary. You can also have transplantations on eyebrows, mustache and beard areas. We can do hair transplantation which is caused for the following reasons: • Male hair loss, • Female-hair loss; • Congenital regional hair loss, • Hair loss caused by burns, • Accidents and surgery scars, (such as head injury and surgery facelift ...) • Revised regional hair loss due to an infection; • Excessive stretching of hair due to release, (Traction alopecia)
    PRP Treatment
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  • PRP Treatment
    PRP treatment against hair loss Blood component treatment with platelet rich plasma (PRP/ platelet riche plasma) is a treatment using concentrated amount of platelets from the patient's own blood, which is then injected back into the scalp. Platelets contain growth factors that attract stem cells to the area. Stem cells and the growth factors of the platelets stimulate hair regrowth. The most common form of hair loss in both men and women is called androgenic alopecia, which occurs due to genetically determined androgenic effects on the hair follicles. Androgenic alopecia is dependent on the androgenic substance dihydrotesterosterone (DHT). The hair follicles contain receptors for androgen (male sex hormone). When these receptors are affected by DHT, two things happen. The growth phase is shortened and the hair follicle itself becomes smaller, which leads to shorter and thinner hair. Men can start losing their hair already in adolescence. However, it is more common for this to happen around the age of 30. First, one often discovers that the hair becomes thinner and later the scalp becomes increasingly visible. Even the hairline can creep up higher and there are tabs, the characteristic "high temples". Women with androgenic alopecia suffer from a more diffuse hair loss and rarely experience total hair loss. About 20-25% of all women in their 50s show signs of female androgenic alopecia. When hair follicles remain, PRP can restore hair to its original size and reduce hair loss. For this reason, the PRP works best for women and for younger men who have just begun to notice that their hair has become thinner. Alopecia areata is a disease in which the immune system attacks the hair follicles and causes blunt hair loss. PRP treatment has been successful in that situation too. Hair loss due to chemotherapy or radiotherapy most likely does not respond to treatment with PRP. In PRP therapy, a small amount of blood (usually 1-2 test tubes) is first collected from the patient. The platelets are then concentrated by centrifugation of the blood. After local anesthesia, the platelet-rich plasma is introduced into the scalp through several small injections. The large number of platelets injected stimulates inactive hair follicles into an active growth phase. It can irritate the scalp for a few hours and slight swelling can sometimes be seen in the next few days. The treatment does not pose a risk of hypersensitivity since the platelets come from the patient's own blood. After the first treatment, it can be noted that hair loss decreases already after 2-3 weeks. After a month you get their second treatment. Patients who have undergone PRP therapy have observed increased hair growth and thickness within 3-6 months. Return visits are booked for follow-up 6 months after the second reading. Is PRP treatment suitable for all? The PRP treatment is not suitable if you have been diagnosed with thrombocytopenia (low blood platelet count), chronic liver disease, cancer or if you are on blood thinners. Those who smoke a lot and use a lot of alcohol are not ideal candidates for PRP treatment (due to poorer platelet function and blood circulation). Anti-inflammatory drugs block platelet activity. Such treatment should be discontinued at least 3-4 days prior to PRP therapy and may be continued after one week.
    FUE Method
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  • FUE Method
    Hair Transplantation by using the FUE Method Follicle Unit Extraction or FUE as it is popularly called is a form of hair transplantation offered by doctors worldwide. Some describe it as a hair transplant without surgical intervention, while others take the procedure seriously and consider it as an exclusive surgery. Hair transplants today are not a serious operation or procedure that entails any major risk in any case. All operations are performed under local anesthesia. The risk of someone to get any infection is minimal and what could occurs is some form of an allergic reaction to the anesthetics, but the risk is even less than the risk of an infection, which is also easily cured with some antibiotics. FUE, unlike a Strip treatment, picks out individual hair follicle groups, while the Strip makes a skin cut in the neck where the hair follicle groups are picked out. A big difference between the methods is that at a FUE, the whole head must be shaved briefly in order for the donor hair follicles to be accessed. In Strip however, only the surface where the cut will be done is shaved.
    Hair Transplant
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  • Hair Transplant
    About Hair Transplants More and more people choose to get hair transplants. There are various reasons for this. Among other things, prices have been reduced quite a lot and lower prices have also been seen abroad, but also because the quality has increased. Thanks to modern techniques, it is now virtually impossible to see if one has made a hair transplant. Another reason why it has become more popular is that we have seen a series of celebrities in Hollywood and other places that have made a hair transplant. Hair transplants are performed with two similar methods Simply described, a hair transplant involves moving individual hair follicles from the hair in the back of the head and sides. These are pre-programmed to make hair throughout their lives. Modern hair transplants are performed in two phases - harvesting and movement. In the harvesting phase of a hair transplant, one picks the implants. This is done in two ways. Either the hair follicles are picked one by one in a so-called FUE method or you take out an approximately 15 cm long strip of skin in the neck and then pick the implants from this. This technique is called the Strip technique. Once you have extracted your hair follicle implants, you put a small hole in the scalp where they should sit and plant them one after the other. This is the transplant part itself. Please note that we at the Istanbul Hair Clinic only use the new method FUE. FUE, Follicular Unit Extraction Today, people usually prefer the newer method, the FUE - which we perform. Here you only take a few hairs at a time and move them to the hairless area The advantage is that there are hardly any scars, and it also works better. You can even shave your head. Of course, it takes longer, but this is compensated by the fact that one can easily replenish more hairs at a later time. This is also the only method that women can get.
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  • Balding
    The word balding and having a hairless head refers to a lack of hair on the head. About 25% of all men experience some kind of hair loss at age 30. At the age of 60, hair loss occurs in two-thirds of all men. Balding usually appears when the hair at the bays begin to get thinner and disappear, and the hairline in the bays and forehead begin to creep upwards. It is also common for the hair to be scarce at the top of the head, and also over the entire head. The hair attachment usually begins to crawl upwards in men in their 20s and upwards, but there are also quite a few cases where the hair loss starts already in the early teens. The top of the drama is called DHT, dihydrotestosterone. DHT is a hormone that has to do with sexuality and with the amount of hair on the head and body. DHT also affects the prostate. The process by which testosterone becomes dihydrotestosterone is still not fully understood. DHT causes hair follicles to shrink and eventually disappear. This means that the hair shaft that grows in the hair follicle primarily becomes thinner and shorter, and later resembles to a colorless "baby hair" and finally stops growing completely. There are many reasons why you get balding, the most important factor is genetic heredity, and a person with many bald men in the family is at a greater risk of suffering from hair loss, even though it is not a guarantee that one should become bald. A family that is entirely bald  or almost entirely without balding men is also no guarantee that one will not lose the hair, but it reduces the likelihood. Other factors that may be involved include illness, liver related disorders and stress. It is not uncommon for things like childbirth, major surgeries, poisoning and severe stress to lead to hair loss. The pattern of hair loss is indicated in the so-called Norwood scale in seven steps. Balding for Women Although it is more rare for a woman to lose hair and become bald, it is not completely unusual. It can be even more difficult for a woman to suffer from hair loss than for a man as it is less common and less socially accepted. The reason why a woman loses hair can be too insufficient food with too little nutrition,or there may be something wrong with the scalp, or the hormones are out of balance, you might be too stressed or that you might be depressed. Female hair loss is also common during pregnancy and menopause. Women lose hair all over their heads, which becomes thinner all over the scalp, as opposed to men who often lose in the bays and / or at the top of the head. If you feel that you lose much more hair than you should, it may be a good idea to consult a doctor. There is a disease called Alopecia Areata where the hair is attacked by white blood cells and thinned out.
    Stress Related Hair Loss
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  • Stress Related Hair Loss
    During periods of high stress, some people may experience increased hair loss. Often it affects women more than men. In the vast majority of cases, the hair growth returns after the stress, or that which caused the stress, disappears. The effects of stress, in this case the hair loss, may come a couple of months or three months afterwards. Therefore, it is not self-evident if this is the underlying reason. Stress-related hair loss sometimes causes you to lose a lot of hair in a short time. What happens during strong stress/ trauma is that the hair leaves the plant phase to enters to a state of rest. As they persist in this state for 6-10 weeks, they leave the rest phase and end up in a phase where the hair drops and falls out. This process is called telogenic effluvium or telogenic hair loss. It is normal to lose about 100 hairs a day, yet in stress-related hair loss, you may lose as much as 300-400 hairs per day. At this type of hair loss,it is common that the hair grows out again after a while, but it can take long, often several months. Usually, the hair follicles continue production and return to normal, but sometimes it is necessary to try to solve the cause of the stress. Examples of causes of stress: • Strong emotional stress • Chemotherapy • Childbirth • Divorce • Death • Diet • Pill • Operation • Serious disease
    Spotted Hair Loss
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  • Spotted Hair Loss
    Those who suffer from speckled hair loss often lose large amounts of hair on parts of the head, while maintaining continuous hair growth in other areas of the head. A common underlying cause of the condition is an autoimmune hair and skin disease, Alopecia areata. The disease state means that hair follicles are placed in resting stages, which in turn causes the hair follicle to weaken and fall. Often, hair loss occurs over a very short period of time, and then ceases. Although alopecia areata itself is not dangerous to health, spotted hair loss is often perceived as very stressful for the affected, not least psychologically. How long the disease condition lasts and how extensive the hair loss will be, varies from case to case. In some cases, the hair loss becomes permanent, in other cases, hair follicles resume their production and new hairs grow out. No actual treatment of the underlying disease that causes spotted hair loss exists today, instead, some treatments have been invented focusing on treating the symptoms. But the medical science is constantly improving and hopefully it will be better in the future so that one will be able to treat the disease himself as well. At present there are various medications and agents that can to some extent improve and stimulate hair growth.
    Hereditary Hair Loss
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  • Hereditary Hair Loss
    Hereditary hair loss is the most common cause of hair loss in men. Hereditary hair loss has another name used more in medical contexts Androgenetic Alopecia. What we know today is that about 90% of all men who lose hair have suffered from hereditary hair loss. However, hereditary hair loss is not reserved only for men only, it is also common for women to suffer from it, but not to the same extent as in men. Because hereditary hair loss is quiet common in men, it is also commonly referred to as male hair loss. How do you know if you have been afflicted with hereditary hair loss? There are several indicators of whether or not one has suffered from hereditary hair loss. The best option is of course not to try to guess the answer, but to seek out a specialist on hair or consult your doctor. If you still stand in front of the mirror and do not take the step of looking for a doctor, there are some signs that indicate hereditary hair loss that can look out for. Male hair loss usually follows certain patterns when it comes to hair loss. Usually, it begins with the hairline creeping up higher and feeling that the hair is generally thinner. Something that is typical of male hair loss is that the hair at the head and the temples usually do not fall off. Try pulling 20-hairs between your thumb and forefinger. Gently but firmly pull the hairs and preferably pull the hair from the head. If more than 6 hairs come off when you pull it, you can suspect that you suffer from hair loss. You can also look at your relatives. Compare photos of mother and grandparents and see if they started losing hair and at what age. Hereditary hair loss is as the name says something that is inherited and if you know that many of your relatives have lost hair or suffer from male hair loss then you can suspect that it is your turn. There are many myths when it comes to hereditary hair loss and one of them is that it is inherited only from the mother's side. It has turned out not to to be certain, so you can get it both from the father or the mother. Why do you lose hair? Androgenetic alopecia (hereditary hair loss, male hair loss) is a condition in which you are particularly sensitive to a by-product of testosterone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT). DHT causes the hair follicles to shrink, they have a shorter life span and are more likely to stop producing healthy hair. In women, hormone disorders can trigger hereditary hair loss. Women undergo major hormonal changes at menopause and during pregnancy, however, birth control pills may also have the same effect. A difference in women is that, their hair loss usually does not go in the same way as male hair loss. In women, the whole hair becomes thinner instead of only in some places. Can you counteract hereditary hair loss? If you suspect you are suffering from hereditary hair loss, is the race running? The answer is that there is still hope and much you can do for preventive purposes to keep your hair, or at least keep your hair for a while. You can stimulate hair growth and fight hereditary hair loss by regularly massaging the scalp or asking someone else to do it. Except that it is nice and that you feel good about it, the blood flow to the scalp also increases. An increased blood flow to the scalp leads to more nourishment come to the hair follicles and the hair growth to become stronger. Try to massage your scalp a few minutes every day, but do it with care so that you do not lose more hairs. This simple method is recommended by many to avoid hereditary hair loss. An alternative is to occasionally make an oil pack. There are many today who wash their hair too often and disturb their own fat production. You can compensate this by making oil packs for your hair. There are many ingredients that are beneficial to your hair and scalp, such as avocados, eggs, apple cider vinegar and last but not least olive oil. Ironically, excessive washing of the hair can lead to dry scalp or fatty hair. Try to wash your hair less often and you will notice that the quality of the hair will improve in the long run. Besides massage it is also important that you give your hair the best conditions they can get with the help of a good nutritional diet to prevent hereditary hair loss. Hair needs proteins, minerals and vitamins. Protein is found in foods such as eggs, tuna, shellfish, meat in general, beans (soybeans, kidney beans), cottage cheese and quark. The minerals the hair mainly needs are magnesium, calcium, zinc, copper and iron. These minerals are needed for various reasons but all play a role in building up the hair and countering hereditary hair loss. Iron is most important for women. Too little iron can lead to anemia which in turn affects the hair negatively. When it comes to vitamins, there are lots of vitamins that all help the hair grow and thrive. Therefore, it may be good to start by taking multivitamin on a regular basis as a first step to combating hereditary hair loss. Many believe that vitamins b5 and b8 are the most effective when it comes to stimulating hair growth. Other vitamins that you should get in you include C and vitamin E. Vitamin C is needed to form collagen, which is essential hair growth. Vitamin E in turn is good for blood flow. Keep in mind that even if you start by massaging your scalp and taking vitamin supplements, hair is something that grows slowly and it can therefore take several months before the result is visible.
    Female Hair Loss
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  • Female Hair Loss
    Treating a balding woman is usually easier than for a man suffering from the same problem. Nevertheless, the causes of female hair loss are considerably more complicated than men. There are considerably more factors that affect hair loss and, in addition, often several factors simultaneously. A woman rarely loses all her hair and becomes very rare completely bare in any areas of her head. The typical pattern in women is that the entire top of the head has a more or less evenly distributed thinning of the hair. The hair attachment creeps up into the forehead and a thinning can be seen at the temples of many women. The quality also radically changes. The hairs become thinner and smoother and lack control. Often the hair becomes flat and weak and starts to grow much slower, especially on the head. One problematic thing that many people encounter is that it becomes harder to style the hair and the hair does not tolerate so much styling products as before. Causes of female hair loss Female hair loss is usually related to hormones, genes and age. Other causes may be, for example, lack of iron and vitamins, medication and metabolic problems. New moms can sometimes even lose more hair that is considered normal. Even stress can lead to hair loss. Women have little testosterone in their body compared to a man, but the woman is much more sensitive. A very small amount of DHT in the scalp of women gets a great effect on the growing hair. In addition, women have a hormone content in the body of various hormones that go up and down, both in the short and long term. Birth control pills, menstruation, iron deficiency, pregnancy and menopause. Often, the thyroid gland can also record and affect the growth of the hair cells and lead to thin hair and hair loss. Ludwig Scale The woman's hair loss normally affects a larger area and is more diffuse compared to the man's. Despite this, female hair loss can be related to the same factors as in men. Grading and frequency are illustrated in the Ludwig scale on the left.
    Male Hair Loss
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  • Male Hair Loss
    Most men begin to lose hair already at the age of 17-18, while others retain their hair to their 40s without suffering any hair loss. The first thing that happens is that the hairline in the forehead pulls upwards and it starts to create empty bays at the temples. Then comes the round thin spot on the top of the head. This grows in size and eventually the entire top of the head will be without hair. On the sides, men almost never lose their hair. Except for men losing hair, the quality of the hair that is left is worse and worse. The hairs become thinner, grow slower and lie flat against the head. It gets lifeless because the hair cells can't grow strong and strong hairs anymore. Causes of male hair loss Male hair loss is 95 percent caused by hereditary factors. The most common form of hair loss in men is androgenetic alopecia caused by the hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT). This variant of hair loss is normally limited to a certain part of the scalp, usually the front part of the head and the head. The reason why not all hair follicles are affected is because some are not sensitive to DHT. In a transplant, these hair follicles are placed in the affected area where they retain their properties and grow further without being affected by DHT. This difference depends on how much testosterone (male sex hormone) is broken down into the scalp and forms dihydrotestosterone, DHT. Men with high transformation of testosterone will have a more aggressive hair loss and will become thin hair faster. Norwood scale Hair loss varies from person to person. Dr. O’Tar Norwood created a scale, the Norwood scale, to measure degrees of hair loss in men. By using this grading and looking at the different categories you get indications of how much hair needs to be transplanted, for example, if it is Grade 1: The client has not suffered any major amount of hair loss. Hair transplantation is not recommended in this case. Grade 2: Men's hair loss often begins in the temple. This can last for several years. When hair loss reaches a critical stage, hair transplantation is usually recommended. Grade 3: At this stage, hair loss has been going on for a few years. Hair transplantation is most often recommended. Grade 4: Hair loss at the temples and on the head (and so-called coves) are typical of this degree. Here most decisions are made to carry out a hair transplant. Grades 5 & 6: The hair loss has now reached a critical stage at both temples and at the head. Hair transplantation is a very common decision here. Grade 7: To this extent, many men are relevant to hair transplantation. However, the limitations in the donor area mean that only the hairline can be remedied and the head remains somewhat bare.
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