How To Minimize Preventable Hair Loss And Promote Natural Hair Growth?
The vast majority of cases of baldness are hereditary and cannot be avoided. On the other hand, some aspects of one’s surroundings and way of life might have a detrimental effect on the pace at which hair grows and can either hasten or cause hair loss. This may include things like medical issues, radiation, stress, excessive hairstyling, hard physical and/or chemical treatment, sun, severe heat or cold, poor hygiene, hormonal fluctuations, and maybe other things.
If you believe that you are experiencing above-average hair loss, there are some things that you can do to slow down the process and prevent hair loss:
- Steer clear of styles that pull your hair back too tightly, such as man buns, braids, and ponytails.
- When brushing and styling your hair, be sure to handle it with care.
- Make use of a comb with broad teeth.
- Only brush or comb your hair when it is almost dry; never while it is dripping wet.
- Stay away from any hair treatments that include heat styling tools, colors, or bleaches.
- Steer clear of any medicine that can lead to hair loss.
- Avoid damaging your hair by exposing it to direct sunlight and ultraviolet radiation.
- Stop smoking.
- Products that are too abrasive for your hair should be avoided.
- Oil your hair every once in a while.
- Maintain a clean and nourished scalp at all times.
- Drink enough water.
- Watch what you put in your body.
- Take extra vitamins and supplements for hair health.
- Reduce your levels of stress.
Hair Loss Treatment And Restoration In Miami
There are options available in Miami for hair loss and restoration such as the FUE hair transplant. If there is enough room in between the existing hairs, we often choose to transplant the same number of grafts in an area with thinning hair as we would in an area where there is no hair at all. The transplanted hairs will envelop the natural hairs without causing any damage to the latter, and will result in a considerable increase in density.
Sometimes, even when there is enough space to finish an area in one session, patients choose to transplant enough hair for the present and to have a second session, after the non-transplanted hair is lost, to restore the hair density in the future if needed. This can happen even when there is enough space to finish an area in one session.
While this is the most common hair transplant approach for those with thin hair looking for more volume, there are many techniques that can be used to restore the hair and add volume.