LLLT Laser Hair Therapy for Hair LossIn the U.S. alone there are over 35 million men and 21 million women suffering from hair loss. It is not always easy to know when it’s time for a hair replacement solution. For some just taking that first step can be difficult, and this is especially true if you are just in the early stages of losing your hair and don’t know how to go about it. If you want to stop your hair loss or even slow it way down, then the sooner you act on it, the better. It doesn’t matter what stage of hair loss you are in, it’s never to late to look your best.

The Impact On Your Self-Image & Self-Confidence

One of the main reasons that a man or woman wants to do something about their thinning hair is the fact that it has severely impacted their self-confidence  and they are very much embarrassed by it. While this may seem superficial to some, all of us yearn to feel of being self-assured and desirable. Time and again, clients have told us that having a full head of hair not only improved their physical appearance but it also reduced their anxiety.

There have been many studies done that show that a person’s confidence does play a large role in their ability to be successful, whether it’s related to one’s career, dating, friendships or just ordinary social life.

Many clients have also mentioned to us that their prolonged hair loss affected their self-esteem. It had played a role in them feeling more self-conscious about daily personal interactions. Feelings like this can lead to withdrawing from social activities. If you feel that your dark emotions are a cause of your thinning hair and that restoring your head to a full head of hair would help you gain back a more positive attitude about yourself and your confidence then you should may want to consider speaking with a trained hair loss specialist near you soon.

Visiting A Hair Loss Professional For An Evaluation Is Crucial

When you notice your hair is starting to thin, then it’s time to talk to a professional hair loss specialist.  They are trained to help you determine what the cause of your hair loss is and help you find the best hair restoration solutions for you and your specific condition. Genetic hair loss is typically caused when testosterone combined with other enzymes to form dihydrotestoserone (DHT). This can occur in both men and women.

DHT gets into the hair follicle and blocks the hair shaft from growing. The hair follicle gradually produces hair that is thinner and thinner until it is blocked all together from producing hair. This is not a process that happens overnight but rather it can take years and for some it can start in their early teens.

There have been great advancement in the treatment of hair loss in both men and women in recent years.  One of the most promising is low level laser hair therapy.

Low Level Laser Hair Therapy

  • Norwood scale of Male Pattern Baldness

If your hair is in the beginning stages of thinning and you are concerned that you will continue to lose more, then you should consider low level laser hair therapy treatments. A clinically proven and professionally supervised low level laser hair therapy treatment program can significantly slow down and stop the progression of genetic pattern baldness and thinning (androgenic alopecia).

Laser Hair Therapy Treatment Benefits include:

  • Increases the blood supply to the scalp after only one treatment
  • In 85% of patients it stops the progression of hair loss.
  • Fuller, shinier, softer, and thicker hair
  • No adverse effects have been reported
  • It requires minimal time commitment
  • Increased hair strength and elasticity
  • Physicians have shown broad acceptance of this technology as an effective treatment for both men and women suffering with hair loss.

Low level laser hair loss therapy is a non-invasive, non-chemical treatment for both men and women that suffer with thinning hair. It increases the blood flow in the scalp which helps stimulate hair follicles thrive and helps them to produce hair that is thicker, fuller, and healthier. For best results it is recommended that individuals start treatments in the early stages of hair loss (Norwood scale 1-3).