Diabetes is one of the biggest public health problems in America. According to the American Diabetes Association, nearly 30.3 million adult Americans were known to have diabetes in 2015. That represents 9.4 percent of the population.
When you’re concerned about hair loss, you’re looking for anything that will stop it and for products that promote hair growth. At RHRLI, we get questions all the time about diet and hair loss, whether nutrition can improve hair growth, and how vitamins play into all of this. You’ve probably heard a lot about vitamins and hair and you may be confused about the relationship between vitamins and hair loss. RHRLI wants to tell you all about the relationship and correlation between vitamins and hair loss. We also want to tell you about our permanent solution to thinning hair.
There are few conditions that are as frustrating as psoriasis. It’s a skin condition that can cause itching, swelling, and other discomfort. It can change your appearance in painful ways. There are many issues related to psoriasis that you may be concerned about but what about hair loss? Is there a relationship between psoriasis and thinning hair and just how serious a problem is it? So what are the links between psoriasis and hair loss?
There are a few things that are more personal than undergoing a medical procedure and if the procedure is a hair transplant, that can be as personal as it gets. At RHRLI, we know you’re going to be somewhat apprehensive about your hair restoration procedure which is why we’re committed to creating the most comfortable patient experience you can find. It’s also why we’re proud to be the only hair loss treatment center on Long Island that carries the ARTAS® System, our state-of-the-art, minimally invasive solution to hair loss. It’s all part of The RHRLI Edge. We want you to understand why we’re the area’s top choice for hair restoration.
Losing your hair can be overwhelming at times. It’s difficult because hair is connected to youth, physical appearance, and self-esteem. If the negative feelings that hair loss brings up aren’t enough of a problem, considering what to do about it can be just as stressful. Everywhere you look, it seems like someone is touting a treatment or cure for thinning hair so it’s hard to sort through what’s effective and what isn’t.
Over the last few decades, low carb diets have been quite popular. You’ve probably heard about the Atkins diet or the keto diet. Both of these programs are based on the proposition that you will lose weight by limiting your intake of carbohydrates. But there are those who believe you might be losing more than just weight if you are following the keto diet. There are those who believe that the regimen also causes you to lose hair. At Robotic Hair Restoration of Long Island, we know that there are a lot of factors that can impact healthy hair. We also understand that many of you are looking for a healthy solution to hair loss.
If you took a high school history class, you may have thought that every important event involved middle aged to elderly men who were all losing their hair. Well, men with thinning hair don’t have a monopoly on history, but many leaders in politics, the arts, and sciences did have thinning hair. Many probably longed for solutions to their hair loss. It’s unfortunate that RHRLI didn’t exist centuries ago because we have a permanent solution to hair loss that will give you a healthy head of hair using a minimally invasive procedure.
It’s one of the top reasons that patients come to Robotic Hair Restoration of Long Island. Hair loss brings up difficult feelings for those who suffer from it. Thinning hair can affect your self confidence and the research bears this out. According to a study of men in five European countries, over 70 percent of men reported that hair is an important feature of image, while 62 percent of men said that hair loss can affect self esteem or self confidence. At RHRLI, we know there’s a strong connection between hair loss and self-image, which is why we offer a revolutionary minimally invasive permanent solution for your hair loss.
If you’re losing your hair, it’s quite possible that you may have looked at yourself in the mirror and asked, “How did I get to this point?” Hair loss is something that happens slowly and progressively. You see the results in front of you, but you may be wondering whether your progression is normal and how and why people lose their hair in the first place. At RHRLI, we make it a point to spend time with our patients so they understand their hair loss and treatment and we also have the best permanent solution available. We want to tell you about this solution and about the evolution of your hair loss.
We love the holidays, but let’s face it, they have been known to stress people out. There’s a lot to do in a short period of time. From shopping, to navigating family issues and planning holiday travel and event, the season can be joyful but tricky. If you’re prone to stress you might feel it this time of year, but you may also be wondering if there’s any connection between stress and hair loss. At RHRLI, we want to make certain that our patients have as much information as possible about hair loss and thinning hair, so we thought we’d use holiday stress as a jumping off point for a discussion of stress and hair loss.