Say no to surgery: non-surgical hair loss treatments
So, are you losing your hair? Do not worry, you are not alone. In fact, two out of three men and about one in five women suffer from some baldness. Still not reassured by these facts? Are you thinking about hair loss treatments, but are you afraid to get under the knife? Do not worry, there are many proven and non-surgical hair loss treatments. Some of them are:
Medicine has come a long way since your grandfather used his Olde Tonic on his hair to keep him from falling. Today, you have more options than you could wish for. The most popular medical interventions for hair loss are growth stimulators. Minoxidil – known as Rogaine is a good example. Growth stimulators work by revitalizing hair follicles and stimulating growth. Other popular medical treatments for hair loss include anti-androgens, DHT inhibitors and SOD (superoxide dismutase). DHT inhibitors and antiandrogens work by fighting or blocking the hair loss responsible hormones. In contrast, SODs strengthen the immune system to prevent hair loss.
Herbal remedies are also great options for non-surgical hair loss. They work in the same way as traditional medical remedies, but are gentler on the body because of their plant-based nature. These herbal remedies have gained popularity over the last decade. They can not work for everyone, but they have great results when they do.
Camouflage is one of the simplest non-surgical hair loss treatments. All you have to do is go to a wig shop and pick a hair that suits you perfectly. Remember that you have to combine the selected hair piece with your real hair. It fits perfectly and it does not become so obvious that you wore a wig. But it’s not always that easy. It may take weeks or even months to find the perfect piece of hair.
The low-level laser treatment for hair loss has been hailed as a breakthrough by more physicians and plastic surgeons. It was named one of the best treatments for hair loss. It is non-invasive and patients do not have to follow a daily routine when putting on and taking off wigs. The laser therapy stimulates the small (small) blood vessels of the scalp and thus improves the blood circulation and blood flow to the hair roots.
The myth that poor circulation causes hair loss has been refuted. But it does not follow that a good circulation does not promote hair growth. In fact, it’s just the opposite. Stimulation of the scalp by gently massaging with the hands or with a massager can improve the circulation of the scalp. Improved blood flow adds nutrients to the hair roots and makes them stronger. Eating nutritious foods can also help, but at a very minimal level.
With any hair loss treatment, surgical or not, patience is the key. You have to be patient enough because you may have to wait a bit before the results begin. Even with the method of stealth, you may have to spend many hours and days just to find the perfect wig.Tags: Beauty Tips