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You are not alone. Hair loss and thinning hair is a complicated subject most are not comfortable discussing in an open forum with even their closest friends. You are one of 50 million men and 30 million women who experience a hair loss challenge at some point in their lives. Due to the complexity of hair loss and the confidential and taboo nature of the subject, options and treatments can be difficult.
How do you sort through the numerous ads on the internet? What is DHT? Do the side effects of treatments outweigh the benefits? What is a JAK Inhibitor? What are growth factors?
Our experienced medical professionals at HPIHair Partners delve deeply into the whys of your hair loss and offer a personalized combination of hair therapies to suit your needs. We believe the most natural solutions are the best practices.
Androgenetic Alopecia or genetic hair loss occurs in men and women and can take on many different shapes and patterns:
Female Pattern hair loss is actually very different from Male Pattern baldness. The thinning can begin along the sides of the head near the ears or temples. You can also begin experiencing hair loss at the nape of the neck and in the crown. The most severe loss is a diffused thinning throughout the entire scalp causing the hair to gradually thin, become brittle, and stop growing. Women’s hair loss can be a combination of numerous contributing factors from; thyroid and hormonal issues, stress, genetics, auto-immune diagnosis, childbirth, dieting, doctor-provided solutions, etc.
Male Pattern baldness is the most common form of hair loss for men. It is characterized by thinning, receding hair, beginning at the temples and weakening coverage at the crown. Over time, the hair at the temples continues to recede, leaving a central patch of hair at the front of the hairline and a growing bald spot at the crown.
Depending on the rate of progression of the hair loss, all that remains is a horseshoe ring of hair around the side and back of the head. Male pattern hair loss is a concern for many men because as the hairline recedes, the face takes on a more aged appearance, yes this means you are looking older before your time!
Male pattern hair loss is considered chronic and progressive. It is well documented that men who are prone to male pattern hair loss will continue to lose more hair over time if the condition is not treated.
Getting to the root cause of your hair loss sooner than later is the best advice for anyone beginning to notice hair loss or slowing hair growth. Consult a hair loss specialist and take a deep dive into your heredity and health to stop your current hair loss and to identify options and solutions for you.
Treatment of hair loss should always start with protecting the viable hair follicles. A combination therapy regimen is the best way to tackle this issue. HPIHair Partners is able to offer many solutions with our personalized therapy plan. These include hair restoration (scalp injections), microneedling the scalp with growth factors, topical serums, low-level laser therapy, Healthy Hair IV Fusion, nutritional supplements, proper scalp hygiene, along with other treatments.
Did you know that stress equals hair loss? Within the last year alone, hair loss affected 50 million Americans, and this number is only predicted to increase in the days and years ahead. Days become busier with career and family commitments and our lives become more stress filled, taking a toll on our bodies. The first to be affected when our body is under great stress… read more