Genetics and hormones. These are the most frequent cause of hair loss. This predisposition to balding is referred to as male pattern baldness, common baldness or androgenic alopecia.
Stress brought on by traumatic experience, nutritional deficiency or severe illness. Medication side effects.
Other medical conditions such as anemia, under-active thyroid or fungal infection of the scalp.
Improper hair care caused by harsh chemicals or dyes, too frequent shampooing or combing or vigorous toweling.
1. Prescription and OTC medication
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved two medications to treat male pattern baldness:
Minoxidil (Rogaine). Rogaine is available over the counter (OTC) as a liquid or foam. Apply it to the scalp twice a day to encourage hair growth and prevent hair loss.
Finasteride (Propecia, Proscar). Finasteride is a pill that you take daily. It’s only available with a prescription from your doctor.
For both minoxidil and finasteride, it may take up to a year to see results, and you’ll need to keep taking them to maintain the benefits.
2. Hair transplants
3- Laser treatments
a device that consists of thousands of needles and is used to treat hair regrowth. Studies have shown after 12 weeks, patients have seen hair regrowth. Consult your doctor before using a device that is not prescribed.
5-Low Laser Light Therapy:
is a safe, painless at home therapy that is FDA approved, and its efficacy has been. During this treatment, the laser penetrates the scalp to stimulate circulation and the hair. Results are shown after 6-9 months.
6-Injections of Corticosteroids:
for hair regrowth, dermatologists inject this to the patient’s bald head. Patients will need to go every 4 to 6 weeks for treatment.
apply at home once or twice a day to see hair growth. This can help hair loss, with results in 3 to 6 months.
Rich Plasma and Hair Regrowth
Can Growth Factor Treatment regrow hair?
Platelet-Rich Plasma and Hair Regrowth
Growth Factor Treatment promotes hair regrowth by binding to their respective receptors expressed by stem cells of the hair follicle bulge region and associated tissues