Our confidence and happiness, or the lack of both, are usually reflected in our physical appearance. For instance, lack of sleep is usually seen in the form of dark circles under your eyes, while tension results in dulling your complexion or worse, affecting your hair. Lustrous and healthy hair is a sign of a healthy body and mind. Generally, hair fall up to 100 strands a day is considered normal. But too much hair shedding must not be ignored.
Hair loss and re-growth is a cyclic process which is normal, but when this cycle is disrupted due to various factors, it leads to abnormal hair loss. There are many causes for this – the main ones being intense cosmetic hair treatments, mental stress, thyroid disorders, a protein deficient diet, cancer therapy and fungal diseases. Both men and women suffer from thinning hair and hair loss. Male pattern baldness, also known as Androgenic Alopecia, is a widespread concern that affects 70 percent of men and 40 percent women. Some of the common signs and symptoms of Alopecia include balding patchy hair loss and progressive thinning of the hair. Studies have proved that the naturally occurring dihydrotestosterone ( DHT ) hormone is one of the factors causing hair loss.
The hair correction therapy is a non-surgical combination that involves detailed root cause analysis, testing, evaluation and treatment, which halts the excessive DHT production, balances the body physiology, detoxifies the body and rejuvenates hair follicles. It also involves a technique of administering medication under the skin (Mesoderm), in which scalp is given a vitamin boost that can improve the blood circulation in this area. Better circulation allows good nourishment of hair follicles, which improves hair re-growth. The advantage is that the drug reaches the target site directly, without substantial losses into other body parts. The therapy which can potentially eliminate the need for hair transplant surgery, is divided into intensive and maintenance phases to ensure best results.