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Hair loss symptoms are easy to discern, however hair loss causes and hair loss solutions may be a more difficult to solve. It’s true that men are more likely to lose their hair than women, mostly due to male pattern baldness. But thinning hair and hair loss are also common in women, and no less demoralizing. Reasons can range from the simple and temporary, a vitamin deficiency, to the more complex, like an underlying health condition. In many cases, there are ways to treat both male and female hair loss. It all depends on the cause. Here are some common and not-so-common reasons why you might be seeing less hair on your head.

Hair loss symptoms

Men and female hair loss symptoms can vary slightly and also be very similar. If your facing hair loss in Atlanta contact us today! 770-876-4664

Hair Loss Symptoms in Men

Hair loss symptoms may vary from person to person, but the process of hair loss can be very similar. In men hair loss symptoms may start with loosing of hair on the crown.  Additionally men may begin to see what is known as a receding hair line, where men start to see hair thinning at the front of the head. Men, will also see hair thinning in a circular fashion on the crown of the head.

Hair Loss Symptoms in Women

Hair loss in women can be devastating.  It is normal to lose 100 hair follicles everyday, so don’t fret when you see hair on brush. Woman may see hair loss by thinning on the mid-frontal area of the head. The part may start to get wider. Women can also see sudden hair loss, rather than gradual hair loss like men see. When brushing your hair you will see an excessive amount of hair.

Hair Loss Solutions for Men & Women

hair loss symptoms

You can regrow your hair. Buckhead Hair Restoration in Atlanta offers many hair restoration solutions to your hair loss symptoms. Click or call today and find out how 770-876-4664

Although you may feel like there is nothing you can do for your hair loss, there is so much Buckhead Hair Restoration can help you regrow your hair and feel confident once again!

Ways to Regrow Hair

  1.  PRP: Platelet Rich PlasmaPRP Therapy, performed at Buckhead Hair restoration in Atlanta, is created by spinning the patient’s own blood in a centrifuge, separating the plasma from the rest of the blood. The concentrate of the plasma, when re-injected into the body, stimulates the healing process while simultaneously accelerating the speed and degree of regeneration in the damaged tissue.
  2. LaserCap: Treating your hair loss and using a LaserCap® is as simple as inserting it inside your favorite hat and putting it on while you go about your day. It’s the perfect solution for those who want an effective LLLT solution to their hair loss problem at the comfort of their home.
  3. NeoGraft:  NEOGRAFT HAIR RESTORATION: “THE HAIR REPLACEMENT SOLUTION LIKE NO OTHER” NeoGraft’s minimally invasive hair transplant procedure is a much more desirable option for both men and women as opposed to traditional hair restoration methods.
  4. Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy:  Did you know that hair loss can be caused by imbalanced hormones in women and men?  Hormones are some of the most important molecules that we have in our body and are responsible for making our body function at its peak.  As we age, dealing with stress and the toxins in our environment; many people become hormone deficient. Take our hormone quiz for men and women to find out if hormones are a cause to your hair loss symptoms.

If you are concerned about your hair loss symptoms contact the team at Buckhead Hair Restoration for hair loss solutions! 770-876-4664 TO REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT, CLICK HERE

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