Hair Regrowth Miami

Not all hair loss is the same. While one individual may be suffering hair loss or thinning due to a specific condition, those reasons and effects may not present themselves in the exact same way in all patients. At The Hair Loss Center, we understand how frustrating it can be to not understand or identify the cause for your hair loss. In order to ease your worries and provide some much needed answers, we have compiled a few main causes for hair loss below.

Heredity Hair Loss

Unfortunately, a large portion of our medical history is often tied back to our genetics. If hair loss is common in men in your family, it is very likely that you will also suffer from hair loss in time. Male Pattern Baldness, the most common cause for hair loss in men, ties back to genetics.

By the age of 35, two-thirds of American men experience some degree of measurable hair loss, and by the age of 50, approximately 85 percent have significantly thinning hair, according to the American Hair Loss Association.

This form of hair loss typically begins with a receding hairline and eventually causes thinning of the crown. Your genes and male sex hormones will cause these changes to happen, regardless of your attempts to stop them. In the end, biology always wins but you can fight back with our effective Hair Loss Treatments

Age Hair Loss

Even men that spend their entire lives ensuring that they take proper care of their head of hair have to eventually come to terms that it may one day not be as full or lush. As the years pass, individuals will notice that their hair is not the same as it was in their twenties.

The regrowth cycle of your hair follicles slow as you age. This means that, while your hair will still shed and fall out as it always has, it will not grow back as quickly. In some cases, the follicles will cease their growth altogether, leaving behind a receding hairline or bald patches.

Stress Hair Loss

This may not be recent news to you, but stress is a killer. When an individual is put under great amounts of stress, it can cause major consequences in different parts of their health and body, including their hair growth.

However, the types of stress that usually causes a significant amount of hair loss are physiological stressors, rather than emotional. This can include things like:

  • A drastic change in diet
  • Illness
  • Fluctuations in hormonal levels
  • Major medical surgery or procedure

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Alopecia Hair Loss

Alopecia Areata (AA)

This condition occurs when an individual’s immune system is compromised and effects the hair follicles. Patients suffering from this autoimmune skin disease can oftentimes expect one or several patches around the scalp in which hair ceases growth. These patches are round, smooth, and usually small in size.

In other instances, patients may also experience hair loss in other parts of the body aside from the head. Due to its unpredictable tendencies, Alopecia Areata can present itself in all sorts of patients at every stage of life

Nutritional Deficiencies

A common cause for not only hair loss but also sickly skin and weak fingernails is the presence of nutritional deficiencies in your diet. This is your body’s way of alerting you that there is something you are not consuming that is causing it to behave abnormally.

Here are some of the most common nutrients that are usually absent from an individual’s diet and can result in hair loss.

  • Zinc
  • Protein
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin C
  • Iron
  • Sulfur

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Scalp Infections

There are a few typical infections that may be the reason behind a sudden reduction or loss of bodily hair. If you have recently suffered from an infection, such as ringworm, it is highly likely that it has targeted your hair follicles. Once the infection is treated and healed, the hair should grow back.

Medication Hair Loss

Certain kinds of prescription medications can prove to be the main cause of your sudden hair loss. This is especially true of medications that contain an excess of a specific vitamin or hormone. Some common medications that can cause hair loss include ones that are prescribed for:

  • High blood pressure
  • Arthritis
  • Depression
  • Heart conditions
  • Birth control

If you have been suffering from hair loss after taking medication for any one of these conditions, consult a physician.

Virtually anyone suffering from hair loss or thinning can try out our incredible NeoGraft hair loss treatment for themselves. Other hair loss treatments leave behind ugly scars and fake-looking results.

Hair Regrowth Miami

It may seem like there is no hope left for your deteriorating locks, but our professionals at The Hair Loss Center want to reassure you that we have the perfect solution for you. Our hair loss treatment will be sure to give you effective results and make you look younger!

Contact us at (305) 998-7176 or click here to schedule an appointment for your NeoGraft procedure today!