There are many reasons why RHRLI treats hair loss, and one reason is related to obesity. Obesity has become an epidemic in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the obesity rate among adults is 39.8 percent or about 93.3 million Americans. Obesity boosts a patient’s chances of having heart disease, stroke, and type-2 diabetes. As of 2008, the last year we have statistics for, obesity costs the US $147 billion….
Hair Loss in Women
Hair loss in women may occur for a myriad of reasons such as hormonal changes especially from the discontinuation of birth control or gynecological conditions, certain medications, physical trauma, stress and even androgenetic alopecia also known as female patterned baldness. To learn more about how women can suffer from hair loss, browse through our blog section below.
There’s no getting around it. We worry about our hair constantly. We worry about how it looks. Is it too long or too short? We wonder if we’re wearing the right hairstyle. We fret about hair products we use. And if you think your hair might be thinning, most people begin to get really concerned. We hear all sorts of stories about hair loss and very often it’s difficult to determine what’s true and what isn’t. RHRLI knows it’s important for our patients to understand the truth about their hair loss.
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.
It’s hard to think anything that’s more life-changing than a pregnancy. You’re bringing a new life into the world and if all goes according to plan, you will be carrying a child for nine months. You also have to get ready for the delivery and prepare your living space and nursery. On top of all of this, there’s all sorts of side effects and conditions related to pregnancy. Everything from moodiness and bloating to changes in your appetite can occur, according to the Mayo Clinic. But how does it affect your hair? You may have heard stories of hair growth and you may have also heard about hair loss related to pregnancy. RHRLI wants to help you sort the truth from myth.
It’s an unfortunate fact that when people think about hair loss, more often than not, they think of cases involving men. But many women do suffer from hair loss and they want information and solutions the same way men do. There are difficulties that women encounter that are different from men and that’s one of the reasons why RHRLI believes in individual consultations for all of our patients. But the revolutionary permanent solution we offer can help both men and women.
You hear a lot about the causes of hair loss. Some of what you hear is a myth, like when you hear wearing hats might cause hair loss. Sometimes you hear something that seems unusual but is true. For example, wearing a tight hair style can create a condition called traction alopecia, which does cause hair loss. You also may have heard that the hormone testosterone contributes to hair loss, and wonder how that can be because women experience hair loss too. At RHRLI, we want our patients to have all of the information they can get about hair loss because we want everyone to understand why we offer the best permanent solution to patients with thinning hair.
You hear them all the time: urban legends, old wives’ tales, myths. We often hear things that simply aren’t true, but many people believe anyway. At RHRLI, we hear myths all the time about hair loss. We’ll even hear patients repeat these myths. We want our patients to understand the truth about hair loss and why we feel that our permanent solution the ARTAS® System is the best hair restoration procedure out there. In March we told you about 5 common hair loss myths, so we want to tell you about 5 more.
Some people consider hair loss to be a condition that only affects older men. But hair loss doesn’t just affect men and it doesn’t just target one age group. Plenty of younger people lose their hair for various reasons. And even those who do lose a significant amount of hair when they’re younger, see different patterns of hair loss as they age. At RHRLI, we consult with all different types of patients from all different types of age groups and each group has different issues related to hair loss. We want to tell you about age groups and hair loss and tell you about our permanent solution to thinning hair.
Giving birth is one of the milestones of any mother’s life. It can be a very joyful experience and it can also be difficult and sometimes extremely stressful. There are also extreme hormonal changes associated with giving birth. You may have heard that stressful situations can result in hair loss and you might also have read about cases of postpartum hair loss. RHRLI knows there’s a lot of information and misinformation out there about hair loss so we want to tell you what you need to know about postpartum hair loss.
In Act 1 Scene 3 of Hamlet, William Shakespeare wrote one of the most famous quotes in human history: “This above all: to thine own self be true.” Shakespeare also wrote many love sonnets, and while they may be on your mind as Valentine’s Day approaches, you shouldn’t forget to love yourself first. That’s why this is the year you should consider giving yourself the gift of a permanent solution to your hair loss at RHRLI.