Hair loss has many potential causes. Often, the underlying factor is a genetic one. In other cases, an illness or medical treatment, such as chemotherapy, can be the culprit. It’s important not to discount the role that lifestyle plays, however. The choices you make in your life can sometimes have an impact on the health of your hair and scalp, even triggering or exacerbating hair loss. It’s vital to know what the most common lifestyle factors are, and how they can be avoided. We’ll outline just a few of the main ones in this post.
Male pattern baldness—also called androgenetic alopecia—is incredibly common; in fact, roughly two out of three men will experience it at some point, and the risk increases with age. No man wants to lose his hair, and the good news is that there are ways to mitigate the effects of androgenetic alopecia. The best results come when action is taken early, which means men should know the common warning signs of early stage hair loss. We’ll review some of them in this post, and also provide some basic recommendations for treatment.
It’s no secret that alcohol has a potent effect on the human body, and that includes both skin and hair. The effects of alcohol consumption can include a decrease in both skin health and hair health—but how, and why? In this post, we’ll look first at some of the ways in which alcohol impacts the skin, then at some of the ways in which alcohol impedes healthy hair growth.
It’s important to have a healthy scalp—especially if you desire long, full, healthy hair. After all, your scalp is where the hair grows—and if you want it to grow properly, you need to provide it with a safe, healthy environment. It is no great surprise that those who have unhealthy scalps tend to have hair loss, as well. In fact, much of the hair loss we see here at LH Hair is rooted in scalp issues.
At LH Hair, we want to provide our clients with hair replacement solutions that will truly fit their needs and provide lasting results. That means really getting to the root of the problem, and understanding hair loss at the scalp level. Ultimately, our aim is to create the ideal conditions for hair to grow, addressing any scalp or follicular diseases along the way.
Losing weight is something that many of us would welcome; losing hair, on the other hand, is seldom desirable. So what do you do when the two things happen simultaneously? Weight loss can sometimes be a contributing factor in hair loss. In this post, we’ll tell you why—and, we’ll show you how you can avoid it.
All of us want to have full, healthy hair—but that’s not something that happens by accident. You’ve got to be proactive in keeping your hair looking its best, in nourishing it and treating it properly. The trouble is, many of us do things every day that damage our hair. The first step to stopping these things is to know what they are—so allow us to list five of the most common ones.
Heathy hair doesn’t happen by accident. It happens when you take the time to care for your hair and scalp. In some cases, this might mean joining us at LH Hair, and asking about topical solutions, laser hair restoration, and other procedures. In other cases, though, proper hair care can be done at home. In fact, there are some excellent home remedies that can be used to treat dry, brittle, or thinning hair—providing you with the full, healthy hair you’ve been wanting.