Most cases of hair loss are due to androgenetic alopecia. Fifty percent of men by age 50 years and 40% of women by menopause have some degree of Androgenetic Alopecia. Hair loss is gradual, with miniaturization of genetically programmed hair follicles.
Uptake, metabolism, and conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone by 5-alpha-reductase is increased in balding hair follicles. Androgenetic Alopecia appears different in men as compared with women. In men with Androgenetic Alopecia, hair loss occurs in the fronto-temporal regions and on the vertex of the scalp, depending on severity. In female Androgenetic Alopecia patients, it is more diffuse and located centroparietally. The frontal hairline is usually intact in women.
In order to treat hair loss effectively we would recommend that you have a diagnosis made as soon as possible by one of our experienced trichologists. Stress can be an aggravator in almost all cases of hair loss and an accurate diagnosis will always, at the very least, take some of the stress away from you.
Gary Heron says: “You’ll have access to the most effective treatments available through The Hair Centre and at a fraction of the cost of going to other Private Commercial Clinics and Centres.”
When it’s time to see the Trichologist: If you begin losing hair rapidly, and or are cosmetically concerned about baldness, consult your Trichologist about treatment options. You can receive a free hair loss consultation with a Westminster Trichologist at our Hair Centre.
The point is that you are not getting to the real problem and you should seek specific professional advice from a Westminster Trichologist.
“Why buy hair loss treatments over the counter or on the internet when you can see a Westminster Trichologist for FREE and know that you are guaranteed results”
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