How Does Hair Loss Occur?

How Does Hair Loss Occur?

Each hair has a life cycle, just like the skin cells. Once the hair shed, a new hair develops in its place. Losing 80 to 180 strands of hair per day is considered normal. However once you start losing your hair at a rate that has accelerated faster than normal, you will inevitably begin to see the consequences of this.

An inherited hair loss disorder called male pattern baldness or female pattern baldness is the most common cause of permanent hair loss. At Coolest Clinic, we help you find the best way to solve the problem and avoid further hair loss on the basis of your personal hair loss experience and what you want to achieve.

Hair Loss in Men

Hair loss in men is determined by retracting hairline, forming in the shape of the letter M and thin hair from the head crown. The shallow male hair loss pattern emerges progressively over time and may also occur in the head as thinner fur. In general, those who are bald at an early age have a higher risk of overall baldness.

Hair Loss in Women

Female pattern baldness is also known as androgenic alopecia. This hair loss trend is much harder to predict compared to the male hair loss pattern. That kind of hair loss in women begins in middle ages. The hair grows thin as new growth slows and the scalp slows through and through. The first symptoms of female trait baldness typically are lack of hair at the segment and sometimes at the temple.

Inherited Hair Loss

Both forms of trait baldness are inherited and the only way of restoring a full head of the hair is either undergoing a hair transplant or getting a PRP treatment. Since trait baldness is inherited, nothing can be done to avoid it, however, some variables can increase or decrease the seriousness of this condition.  Stress, smoking and overconsumption of alcohol will speed up the hair loss. 

Treatment of Inherited Hair Loss

Injections of PRP include extra protein to accelerate hair development, restore weakened hair follicles and slow down the hair loss process in the early stages of inherited hair loss. We apply collagen to your scalp and white blood cells to improve fresh growth of your hair. PRP should be used alone to support patients who want to get very natural effects. PRP injections may also be used in combination with a hair transplant.

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