Top Hair Loss Questions Answered

At National Hair Loss it is our goal to educate our clients on their hair loss. We have compiled a list of our top hair loss questions to help you understand if you are experiencing hair loss and treatment options.

Top Hair Loss Questions

“Does excessive shedding mean I have hair loss?”

“Is my diet is causing hair loss, is what I’m eating causing my thin hair?”

“I looked on the internet and found OTC products guaranteed to stop hair loss, will they work?”

“I went through chemotherapy and my hair isn’t the same, why did this happen?”

 

Am I shedding more than normal?

 

Shedding is one of our frequented asked hair loss questions. Shedding is a normal part in the growth cycle and is never permanent. The average person can shed anywhere between 50-100 hairs per day. The anagen phase, often referred to as the growth cycle, will begin to grow back in three to four months. This phase will last for 2-7 years. Hair loss and shedding are not the same and should not create anxiety as it is a normal function.

*If you are shedding more than 150 hairs a day or experiencing excessive shedding schedule a no-cost consultation.

 

Is my hair loss a result of a health issue or diet?

 

Are you considered healthy and experiencing hair loss? Often times the day-to-day lifestyles, foods we eat, and hair/skin products we use can contribute to underlying health issues including Alopecia. National Hair Loss now offers a Hair Analysis to test on toxic metals, food intolerances, and bacteria that can cause a “leaky gut.” By determining the intolerances we can detox the body and reduce internal inflammation. Let us help you stop your hair loss and improve your overall health. Now offering Hair Analysis Test for hair loss.

 

Are there FDA Approved products for hair loss?

 

Often times hair loss treatments do not have the clinically proven statistics and safety for FDA support. Laser Therapy is FDA Cleared to stop male and female androgenetic alopecia (genetic hair loss) and stimulate hair regrowth. Proven to be effective without any known side effects, laser therapy stimulates blood flow using red light therapy. Hair growth is increased using cellular energy. Treatments are available at home or in a approved physician office. Read more.

 

 

I lost my hair during chemo – What changes can occur?

 

Chemo Curls, Slow Growth & Scalp Visibility in Crown – A newly diagnosis can be overwhelming, and unfortunately with most chemo treatments hair loss is a common side effect. However with the advancements in this day there are many options to help accelerate growth and stimulate follicles. One reason why many cancer patients experience slow and sparse regrowth is a lack of blood flow to the follicles. This typically is a result of a predestined genetic hair loss. Chemo can accelerate into early stages of Androgenetic Alopecia (AGA). There are many options to accelerate and recover healthy hair following cancer treatment. Learn more about chemotherapy hair loss and treatments to speed up growth.

 

How do I get help for my hair loss?

 

Consultations are available worldwide in-office or online (virtual video chat). To schedule a no-cost consultation, you can call our office +1 602-283-2355 (US) or submit a request for a free consultation.

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Types of Hair Loss & Treatments Available:

  • Genetic: Male & Female Patttern Hair Loss
  • Young Female Hair Loss / Teenage Hair Loss
  • Hormone Hair Loss: Thyroid
  • Menopause Hair Loss
  • Various Forms of Alopecia: Alopecia Areata, Scarring Alopecia, frontal fibrosing alopecia (FFA)
  • Scalp Health: lichen planopilaris (LPP) & scalp psoriasis

Read more about various forms of hair loss on American Hair Loss Association.

 

 

Written By: Brittany Gaines, National Hair Loss Team Member

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