Types Of Occasional Hair Loss
Well, many people experience hair loss, not all hair loss is created equal; there are many diverse types of hair loss, all resulting in an unwanted change in appearance. Most men feel insecure about losing their hair; however, there are a multitude of options for men to regrow and regain not only their hair but their confidence. Unlike genetic hair loss, which can be more difficult to effectively treat at times, occasional/recreational hair loss is not permanent and can often easily be treated. Hair can be restored after finding the cause or type of hair loss and the suitable treatments that will aid in hair restoration over time. If you are finding yourself struggling with hair loss or hair thinning, one of our experienced professionals at CADMEN Clinic would be glad to help you out!
Seasonal Hair Loss
Seasonal hair loss is considered very normal and is thought to often occur to most individuals during the Fall season. However, it is still a widely debated topic as to whether humans truly shed during different seasons as animals do. It is believed that the body may be responding to different changes in daylight to protect the scalp from hair fall in the summer and to reduce the shedding of hair in the traditionally colder winter months.
Some studies indicate that people may have the highest number of hairs on their heads during July and then April due to the common phases of hair growth and shedding. Following these patterns, the hair that has grown during the Summertime will be in the resting phase for about one hundred days before it begins to shed during autumn. However, there is no need to fear, as when the cycle begins again if the hair follicle is not damaged, new healthy hair will grow back.
Age-Induced Hair Loss
Age is a significant factor when it comes to many processes in the body. As we get older the hair cycle shortens and the period of new growth and rest does not last as long, enhancing the effects of hair fall and shedding as we age. When people age our cells begin to break down and deteriorate, which can often result in what we tend to think of as flaws in modern media such as hair loss, hair thinning, graying hair, wrinkles, fine lines, sagging skin, pot bellies, and skin discoloration. However, it is important to remember that these are not sad things, aging is a privilege not everyone gets to experience. That does not mean that there is anything wrong with wanting to keep up your appearance, and the many services offered at CADMEN Clinic can aid with a lot of these struggles, click HERE to learn more.
Stress or Fatigue Induced Hair Loss
Unfortunately, stress is a major factor in hair loss. Being in high-stress environments or constantly being stressed can cause your hair to shed and fall out. Stress is one of the major factors in hair loss, and as stress levels in the population increase so does hair loss. However, if you are fortunate enough to get your stress under control, your hair will grow back if it is the main cause of your hair loss. However, not everyone can control the amount of stress going on in their lives, especially with the happenings of the last few years, it can be hard to feel in control. Our PRP hair loss solution is a great option to aid those afflicted with stress-induced hair loss who are struggling to overcome it. Click HERE to learn more.
Hair Loss Associated with Dietary Deficiency
Being deficient in essential nutrients can cause many bodily functions to stop working properly. Hair loss is often commonly caused by poor diets that are lacking the proper nutrition the body requires including a lack of vitamins and minerals that aid the body in hair growth and repair. Iron deficiency, for example, is infamous for causing hair loss. Iron aids the body in carrying oxygen into and through the bloodstream, without it, the body starts showing symptoms such as hair loss, pale skin, easy bruising, and fatigue. Another vitamin deficiency that can cause hair loss is not having enough B12, this can cause mood swings and hair loss, but it can be corrected with high dosage vitamin supplements. Finally, having a lack of protein in the diet can also lead to a decrease in hair production, hair repair, and hair density as protein is vital for growth and repair in the body. Luckily through proper nutrition and vitamin supplementation, it is possible to regain a healthy, full head of hair.
Hair Loss Associated with a Medical Treatment
While on certain medication or after coming out of certain medical treatments, hair loss may be a side effect. Treatments such as transfusions or chemotherapy for serious diseases can often result in a loss of the thickness or fullness of the hair on the patient. Additionally, certain types of hormonal medications, antibiotics, or other types of treatment that are taxing on the body like specific anti-acne medications can also lead to some hair loss or changes in the condition of the hair and scalp. Often hair can also begin to fall out once the medication is no longer being used, when this happens the hair will usually grow back after a short while, if it does not it is best to speak with your medical provider about your concerns.
COVID has been proved that it can cause temporary hair loss. Click HERE to learn more about it.
Although discouraging, occasional hair loss can be treated, and hair can be restored! PRP is an amazing non-invasive solution in combating this type of hair loss. Check out our treatment page HERE for more information.
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