Who can use laser hair growth therapy?
Laser therapy is known to be a very effective solution in combatting thinning hair or hair loss. However, many people don’t know that it actually works better for certain types of hair loss than others. Before you embark on investing in a laser therapy treatment, whether it’s in a clinic or a home device, make sure you can fully identify the reasons why you are losing your hair in the first place. This will ensure you will benefit the most out of your laser hair growth therapy.
Why you are losing your hair?Androgenetic Alopecia in Men & Women
Evidence points out that laser energy reverses follicular apoptosis (programmed cell death). It has also been found from observations of wavelength stimulation of optimal hair growth and from an ex-vivo study, that the wavelength power and intensity from laser therapy are necessary for optimal effect in stimulating new hair growth. Laser therapies such as the revolutionary product Theradome amongst other successful at-home treatment allow you to target specific zones where hair loss is taking place. Making them very effective on receding hairlines or general thinning on top of the head.
Simple and temporaryPhysical stress
Events such as surgery, trauma, car accident or even a severe case of the flu can shock your hair into going in to the telogen stage of the hair cycle. This type of hair loss happens when a stressful event pushes hair to enter this ‘shedding phase’, usually 3-6 months after the trauma has happened. The good news it that this is often not permanent. In this case, by the time your hair starts to grow back naturally, laser hair therapy most likely wouldn’t have had a chance to take effect. However, each circumstance will differ from person to person.Having a baby During pregnancy, the body becomes flooded with estrogen. During this time most women find hair loss stops. However, after the baby has been delivered estrogen levels fall significantly, which can often causes hair loss in women. Again, the good news is that this is only temporary and your hair should proceed to grow back to how it used to be.
Too much vitamin A
When your intake of vitamin A is too high, this can have a negative effect on your hair health. Vitamin A supplements or certain medications can all contribute to this occurring. This is often a reversible cause of hair loss, however if you cannot stop taking your medication or supplement, laser hair therapy may not work at its optimum ability to restore hair on your head in this scenario.
Ideal situations where you can use laser therapy
Transitional Hair Loss:
It’s well known that most men don't notice their hair loss until they have lost up to a third of their hair. Check in the mirror. Can you currently see a thinning on the crown or a receding hair line? If so, and if you do not have a medical condition that may be causing it, then you are an ideal candidate for laser therapy.
Genetic Pre-Disposition to Hair Loss:
If hair loss runs in your family, you are genetically predisposed to hair thinning or you need to be active in retaining the head of hair you have. Laser therapy can often be the ideal solution to help grow hair in those with hair loss associated with genetics.
Start using laser hair growth therapy before significant hair thinning/loss occurs. Don't wait until thinning hair starts affecting your appearance andself-confidence. Take charge and be proactive!
Traditional Pattern Hair Loss:
Woman who suffer from Female Pattern Hair Loss (androgenetic alopecia). It’s suggested that there is potential for 90% of women to re-grow hair with laser hair therapy in clinical studies.
Female Hair Wellness:
Laser therapy may also be used to maintain vibrant and lustrous looking hair. Many women have experienced enhanced colour in their revitalized hair.
Shorter Hair Growth Cycles:
As you grow older, do you want longer, fuller hair? Enjoy naturally stimulating your follicles now and have thicker, fuller hair for years to come.