Post by Gunjan,
Indeed, problem of hairloss can hardly be over-emphasized. Nowadays, not only those in their late 30s, but also the ones in their mid 20s or sometimes even earlier are found struggling with this problem. The problem affects men and women alike. However, women are more concerned as it’s essential for our beauty quotient (some men, on other hand, may look even attractive with properly managed baldness).
Enough has been said about the changes in lifestyle and daily routine and healthy habits to prevent or reduce the chances of hair fall. Today I’d like to share some common treatments which are available and preferred if you already are experiencing hair loss and want to stop it further or want your hair back.
Hair integration or weaving is quite popular amongst people with a thinning scalp. We often hear some celebrities going out for it. However, it’s important to ensure that weaving is coherent with your natural hairline. Also, some hairstyles may not go too well with your natural locks. Apart from that, it’s an easy and painless option to get over the emotional trauma of hairloss.
Hair transplants are arguably the best alternative for those who don’t prefer long medical treatments. If done correctly, it can restore your complete natural look in a single session and never bother you again in your life. As you can see, the catch is selecting a good physician since the results ‘are’ going to last for a lifetime, so you better do your homework in finding about the right clinic and details of the procedures.
Topical drugs are common nowadays in middle income groups. Consult your dermatologist and get some prescriptions suitable for your hair woes. It’s known to reverse your hair loss as well. A word of caution, hair loss is not common cold, so no over-the-counter drugs please. It’s important to identify if there’s any critical factor related to your medical history, so better confirm with your dermatologist.
Yet another remedy (common more among men) is to take some oral medication which is known to prevent hairloss by reducing the effects of androgen. Androgens are hormones which perform many important functions in both males and females, but are also known to lead to pattern baldness in men, and hair thinning in women. Again, it’s imperative that you consult your physician before taking any drugs.
If you are chary of trying any clinical methods, then you might find natural therapies more interesting. Naturally available products like bhringaraj, aloe vera, rosemary, and yucca etc. can help you in hair loss worries.These potential herbs are well known for their hair growing qualities and are also free of any possible side effects.