Alternatives to Hair Transplants

Hair Loss

Alternatives For Hair Regrowth

As we age, most of us are going to experience hair loss to varying degrees. If you’re experiencing thinning or balding at a young age, it’s understandable if this weighs on your self-esteem. Many people struggling with hair loss would like nothing more than to regrow their hair. For one reason or another, perhaps a hair transplant is out of the question. Fortunately, there are a number of alternatives for hair regrowth. If you want to regain the kind of hair you had before, read on.

There are no natural cures for hair loss, but there are things you can try that have helped some people. Diet, physical activity level, and environmental factors all play a role, and a lifestyle improvement is not going to cause any harm. Maintaining a nutrient-rich diet containing important vitamins such as folic acid, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, copper, iron, zinc, and vitamin A is said to inspire proper hair follicle growth. There are some who say that applying coconut milk to the scalp can prevent hair loss. If none of this appeals to you, simply avoiding chemicals such as those found in hair sprays and avoiding stress leading to insomnia and poor eating habits is a great way to keep your hair healthy.

Alternatives To Hair Transplant

Promote Hair Growth

Guard Against Hair Loss

Various medical treatments and prescription medications have been used rather successfully to guard against hair loss and promote growth. That said, they do come with risks that must be considered. For example, those taking Propecia commonly experience loss of sexual interest, trouble ejaculating, impotence, and an increased risk of prostate cancer. If you have any concerns about Propecia, talk to your doctor.

Rogaine is a highly popular over-the-counter solution for men and women alike. It takes roughly 4 months of application before it produces any sort of noticeable results. Continued results require prolonged product use. One of the biggest complaints about Rogaine is that it causes irritation to the scalp. Many choose to abandon use on this product primarily for this reason.

There are some shampoos targeting hair loss, though with mixed results. Carefully research any shampoo product prior to investing your money in it. Check review sites and even talk with your doctor if you are unsure whether this is a route worth going down. Should you choose a shampoo, look for biotin for follicle strengthening, keratin to increase hair strength, DHT blockers, zinc, and minoxodil.

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Alternatives To Hair Transplant

Hair Loss Alternatives

Regaining Your Hair

Low-level laser therapy is another alternative to hair transplants. However, this technique only increases hair shaft thickness and cannot on its own prevent hair loss or promote new growth. There is some debate among medical professionals whether this form of therapy is worth the time and effort, as it provides only minimal benefits.

There are other hair loss alternatives, including hair growth tonics and cosmetic cover-ups such as a wig or a hairpiece. As evidenced in this list, different alternatives appeal to different people. These options range in effectiveness as well as risk. If you are experiencing hair loss or would like to have more hair growth, speaking with a hair transplant expert or medical professional on the alternatives that they recommend is a start.

Regaining your strong, beautiful hair is now possible by contacting the Toronto Hair Transplant Clinic at 647-351-0061. There are many alternatives to choose from. If you would like more information on a hair transplant or the options available for your situation, we would be happy to provide it. Find the option that is best for your hair regrowth!

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