The Causes of Female Hair Loss

Hair loss can cause anxiety and even depression for men, but women may have a much more traumatic experience as their hair grows thinner. Contrary to popular belief, female hair loss is widespread throughout the U.S. as millions of women suffer from it while also trying to discover an effective form of treatment.

While effective methods have been discovered and applied, they’re not as successful for women and may cause serious side effects. At LAK MedSpa, we provide PRP treatment, a non-surgical solution that’s proven to offer great results. Visit our website to schedule a consultation or give us a call!

Over time, hair follicles may shrink in size and gradually produce thinner and thinner hairs, right up to the point in which they fail to produce any hair at all. While men often suffer from a receding hairline and bald spots at the crown of their heads, women are affected by thinning hair at the top of the head.

A few of the main causes are a loss of estrogen (usually during menopause), extreme diets that don’t provide sufficient nutrients for the body, conditions like lupus and diabetes, very high levels of stress, and improper and rough handling of the hair on a regular basis. The use of heat-styling tools or wearing very tight ponytails could also be to blame.

The Effects of Prp

PRP stands for platelet-rich plasma and has long been used as a course of treatment in sports medicine, orthopedics, and cosmetic surgeries. The idea to use PRP for female hair loss is not a new one, but only now does it get the recognition it deserves. PRP treatment is here to replace other methods with less impressive results, such as the use of topical solutions, laser therapy, countless changes in diet and taking various supplements.

PRP is extracted from your own blood and then injected into the affected areas of your scalp. PRP treatment is a great stimulant for the growth of stem cells, which allow for the regeneration of your thinning hair. The first result is a reduction in the hair loss rate, which is then followed by gradual growth of hair in the targeted region. Because of the chronic nature of hair loss, a series of treatments is recommended along with going through a maintenance phase later on.
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