Most people have either experienced or heard of dandruff at some point in their lives. Shedding dead skin cells (flakes) is a completely normal process. Skin cells regenerate about every four weeks. When this happens, the old dead skin cells are shed. In fact, you shed dead skin cells every day. This includes your scalp. Most of the time, you never even notice when you shed skin cells. However, if the skin cells on your scalp regenerate at a faster than normal rate, they can also shed in clumps of cells that are visible. This is called dandruff. A little-known fact is that there are two types of dandruff: oily and dry. Let's take a look at the differences between the two and when it is time to seek professional trichological treatment.
A fever is higher than normal body temperature (98.6 °F). This is your body's way of telling you something is not right and is most likely an indication that your body is trying to fight off an illness. Infections are the most common cause of fevers because your body is trying to kill a virus or bacteria. Other causes include cancer, medications, autoimmune diseases, etc. One commonly asked question is whether fevers cause hair loss?
Women lose hair for a variety of reasons. Some of these are permanent in nature (e.g. male pattern baldness) and therefore require a permanent solution; while others are temporary. Experiencing temporary hair loss does not mean you have to wait months for your natural hair to grow back to enjoy a full head of hair. High-quality wigs are an excellent (and fun) option for those who are seeking a hair loss solution for either sudden or temporary hair loss. This is your guide to everything you need to know about wigs.
Hair loss is something that most people expect to happen at some point in their lives. This is especially true for men but women can also experience hair thinning and loss as well. Since hair loss is an expectation many individuals do not seek out treatment immediately or at all. What would you say if you could slow the progression and/or stop hair loss and keep your natural hair longer if you sought hair loss solutions sooner rather than later? Let's take a look at why you should get help at the first signs of hair loss.
COVID-19 has turned the world upside down and changed the way we work, play, and socialize with those around us. Medical doctors and researchers are working as fast as they can to learn as much as they can about the Coronavirus; including its side effects. Many individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 have reported experiencing hair thinning and/or hair loss. Does COVID-19 cause hair loss? Here is what you need to know.
Hair extensions are the perfect solution for those who are looking to add more volume, density, and/or length to their hair. They can help you easily achieve a desired hairstyle for any occasion or hide thinning. Unfortunately, many women stray away from extensions as an option, even for hair loss due to the common misconception that all hair extensions are damaging to your hair.
Most of us wish on a daily basis that we did not need sleep so that we can spend those hours doing something more productive like working, running errands, and spending more time with family. What many of us fail to realize is that we are actually being very productive when we sleep. Adequate sleep allows the body to repair itself faster, strengthens the immune system, lowers inflammation, reduces the risk of heart disease, increases productivity, improves mental and emotional health, and so much more! In fact, not getting enough sleep will not only take its toll on your emotional and mental health, but can even lead to hair loss. This is your guide to how sleep deprivation can cause hair loss!
Women experience hair loss for a variety of reasons including hereditary, hormones, illnesses, medications, and environmental conditions. Certain causes such as genetics are unavoidable. After all, you cannot change your DNA. Fortunately, other causes are preventable! These are 4 must-know tips for women to avoid hair thinning and hair loss.
When you think of balding or hair loss, chances are the first thing that pops into your head is a man. It is perfectly normal and socially acceptable for a man to be completely bald or in the visible stages of hair loss. Nobody does a double-take or gives it a second thought. The same cannot be said for when a woman is showing signs of hair loss. People take notice, even though it is as normal for a woman to experience thinning hair as she ages, as it is for a man. Why is hair loss among women a taboo subject and how can New Look Institute help restore your full head of hair?
Hair plays a significant role in our society and always has throughout human history. We associate a full head of hair with youthfulness and beauty. It is seen as a sign of femininity in women and masculinity in men. It comes as no surprise that our hair is closely linked with our self-confidence and that any amount of hair loss or thinning can make both men and women feel self-conscious...especially when it comes to dating. If you are experiencing hair loss and either currently in the dating scene or ready to jump back into it and worried that your hair or lack of will stand between you and your soulmate, there's no need to worry. You can restore your full head of hair in no time and confidently dive back into the world of dating!