Procedures correct hair failure; Drop is mainly caused by stress, chemical abuse and mega hair
Stress, hormonal problems, plaques and chemicals are primarily responsible for hair loss in women
Stress, health problems or genetic factor, hair loss has multiple reasons, but research has pointed out that two-thirds of women in the UK will suffer from the problem at some point in life. According to the Daily Mail website, a London cosmetic clinic has found that the demand for treatments has greatly increased among men and women, all with a mean age of 39, a period in which the onset of baldness bothers more.
If women once faced the problem in silence, cosmetic centers claim that hair loss has become a health issue. They recorded an 82% increase in female demand for hair transplants since 2011.
According to the surgeon who specializes in these procedures, Dr. Raghu Reddy, the fact that celebrities opted for transplants encouraged many men to think about the subject and, consequently, helped women to look at the problem differently. “Today, women are more aware that there are workable solutions to hair loss,” he said.
The most common procedure is the FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) that conquer in removing strands where there is large amount of hair and transplanting them to regions where the fall is advanced.
One of the main reasons for the problem is stress, a big enemy of women that can cause long-term damage. Going through very long periods of anxiety and nervous situations can deregulate the body’s hormonal levels by altering the way the strands grow and maintains their strength. “Unlike men, hair loss is closely related to health reasons such as hormonal disorder, polycystic ovary, or anemia, so it is necessary to identify the cause of the fall before any treatment,” Dr. Reddy explains.
In addition, the use of false hair can further worsen the situation as weight and glue impair the root and hair extension, as well as make the vitamins and nutrients deplete faster. Dryers, wipes and other appliances that heat wires, as well as smoothing chemicals can also cause temporary or permanent loss of hair.