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Hair Loss Treatments at House of Evexia

Hair thinning and hair loss can be distressing for men and women of all ages. At our clinic in Rugby, we specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of scalp and hair disorders.

We can provide expert advice and treatments for a wide range of hair loss conditions including alopecia hair loss, trichotillomania, hair loss in children and male & female pattern baldness.

If you are concerned about thinning hair, hair loss or scalp issues book in for a consultation with our specialists. Many conditions can be improved if caught quickly and with the correct treatments.

Below, you can find some information on some of the more common hair thinning or hair loss conditions and solutions that we can offer.

Alopecia

Alopecia is the medical term which covers a variety of hair loss conditions, with more than a fifth of women and nearly 50% of all men in the UK expected to experience some form of alopecia.

There are a number of types of alopecia, including alopecia areata, scarring alopecia and traction alopecia.

Alopecia areata is a condition that causes patches of hair loss. It is believed to be a symptom of an immune disorder or, in some cases, a genetic condition. In many cases the hair may grow back after about a year although in some cases of alopecia, the hair follicle can be damaged which could lead to permanent hair loss.

Other types of alopecia include:

  • Traction alopecia – may be caused by repeated tension or stress on the hair and its follicles.
  • Male & female pattern baldness or androgenic alopecia – may be caused by a combination of genetic and hormonal factors.
  • Diffuse patterned alopecia – commonly caused by a genetic predisposition.
  • Telogen effluvium – temporary hair loss which is often caused by a shock to the system.
  • Trichotillomania – hair pulling disorder.

Hair Pulling Disorder – Trichotillomania

Trichotillomania is an impulse controlled condition where a person feels compelled to pull the hair out of their head, eyelashes or eyebrows resulting in bald patches and hair loss. Impulse-control disorders are more common amongst teenagers and young adults, and are often more present in females than males.

It is important that you seek medical advice from your GP, who may be able to prescribe treatments to control the impulsive behaviour.

Telogen Effluvium Hair Loss

On average, we naturally shed around 100 hairs every day. However, if you are suffering from Telogen Effluvium Hair Loss, you may lose up to 3 times this amount and your hair will start to become thinner. If you have thicker hair, it can take several months before you notice that your hair is thinning.

If you notice that your hair is thinning or you are losing more hair than usual, it is essential that you seek professional help and advice from our specialists in Rugby.

Female Pattern Baldness

Female pattern baldness affects up to half of all women and is a surprisingly common problem!

If you’ve noticed your hair is looking thinner, our team of hair loss specialists can diagnose the causes of your hair loss and offer a range of solutions including scalp exosomes treatments and wellness services.

Male Pattern Baldness

Male pattern baldness is the most common type of hair loss amongst men and can affect men of all ages. If you are concerned about thinning hair or male hair loss, our experts will work with you to offer a range of treatment options.

Autoimmune Conditions & Hair Loss

There are certain autoimmune conditions that can be linked to thinning hair or hair loss. These include Chron’s Disease, lupus, Hashimoto’s and rheumatoid arthritis. In these instances, the immune system becomes confused and begins to attack its own body, with hair follicles being affected.

Stress & Hair Loss

It’s not that hard to believe that stress is high up on the list of hair loss causes. Any sort of extreme stress – physical or emotional – can cause hair loss. This can include stress resulting from a traumatic event such as an accident, grief or divorce, or as a symptom of ongoing anxiety. At our West Midlands wellness clinic, we can offer a range of treatments to help you to feel less stressed from relaxing facials, Hyberbaric Oxygen Chamber and our bespoke wellness packages.

Can Exosomes Help With My Hair Loss?

Exosomes are the next generation in naturally treating hair loss. They consist of signalling nanoparticles which help to promote hair growth. When applied to the scalp, exosomes help to stimulate hair regrowth as well as improve the health of the scalp to reduce further hair loss. Exosomes have been found to be extremely useful in the overall health of the hair and scalp.

Using exosomes on the scalp reduces inflammation and improves the health of the dermal papilla. This helps to stimulate hair growth and keep the hair bulb intact, which helps prevent future hair loss and improve the overall strength and health of the hair.

The benefits of exosome therapy for scalp care and hair loss include:-

✓ Promoting the natural regeneration and activation of hair follicle growth.

✓Tissue repair and scalp revitalisation through multiple growth factors.

✓Supporting the hair growth cycle by encouraging the hair follicles to enter its anagen phase sooner, to restart the production of new hair strands.

✓Prolonging the anagen phase by delivering signals that tell the follicles to continuously to produce hair.

✓Preventing further hair loss by delaying the start of the catagen phase (the phase where the hair stops growing).

Find out more about how Exosomes can help with your hair loss.

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Warwickshire
CV21 3LJ

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