Hair System BVZ
Hair Genesis Studio
Komenskega 1
4000 Kranj, Slovenia
00386 31 444 868
00386 4 5329 664
Lakmartinska br. 4
51 500 Krk
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Most people lose about 50 to 100 head hairs a day. These hairs are replaced - they grow back in the same follicle on your head. This amount of hair loss is totally normal, therefore no need to be concerned. If you're losing more than this, though, something may be wrong. The medical term for hair loss - losing enough hair that a person has visibly thin or balding patches - is alopecia.

The term "common baldness" usually means male-pattern baldness, or permanent-pattern baldness. Male-pattern baldness is the most common cause of hair loss in men. Men who have this type of hair loss usually have inherited the trait. Men who start losing their hair at an early age tend to develop more extensive baldness. In male-pattern baldness, hair loss typically results in a receding hair line and baldness on the top of the head.

All men are shown without and with Hair System. You can see the difference.

Women may develop female-pattern baldness. In this form of hair loss, the hair becomes thin over the entire scalp. This form can affect almost an entire population until their 60s.

Hereditary-pattern baldness is the most common cause of hair loss. Hereditary-pattern baldness is not really a disease, but a natural condition caused by some combination of genetics, hormone levels and the aging process. It starts with thinning of the hair and progresses to complete hair loss in parts of the scalp.

Almost all men and women will notice hair loss or hair thinning as they age. However, up to 40% of men and women will experience a more obvious form of this condition. Hair loss typically begins in the 20s and 30s, although in women the changes are most noticeable after menopause. The condition is also called androgenetic alopecia and, in men, male-pattern baldness.
Researchers have begun to understand more about the cause of this type of hair loss. Under the influence of a form of the male hormone testosterone, the normal cycle of hair growth changes, resulting in shorter, thinner or "miniaturized" hair. Eventually, hair growth in certain parts of the scalp stops entirely, which causes the typical pattern of hair loss. Contrary to the folk wisdom that baldness is inherited from one's mother's family, the condition seems to depend on genes contributed by both parents.

In men, hair loss typically begins at the temples and crown and proceeds in an M-shaped pattern. In the most advanced stage, only a rim of hair along the side and back of the scalp remains.

There are 7 known phases - as per so called Hamilton scale - of hair loss in men and these are shown here.

In women, hair loss tends to be more widespread but better hidden. The top of the head down the middle is most commonly affected, often in a "Christmas tree" pattern. In contrast to men, the hairline along the forehead and temples usually remains normal in women. Complete loss of hair in any one place on the scalp is unusual and may suggest that a different problem is the cause, such as alopecia areata (an immune system disorder that causes bald patches).

As we mentioned earlier hair loss at women spreads differently as at men. You can see typical development as per Ludwig scale.

A number of things can cause excessive hair loss. For example, about 3 or 4 months after an illness or a major surgery, you may suddenly lose a large amount of hair. This hair loss is related to the stress of the illness and is temporary.

Hormonal problems may cause hair loss. If your thyroid gland is overactive or underactive, your hair may fall out. This hair loss usually can be helped by treatment of the thyroid disease. Hair loss may occur if male or female hormones, known as androgens and estrogens, are out of balance. Correcting the hormone imbalance may stop your hair loss.

Many women notice hair loss about 3 months after they've had a baby. This loss is also related to hormones. During pregnancy, high levels of certain hormones cause the body to keep hair that would normally fall out. When the hormones return to pre-pregnancy levels, that hair falls out and the normal cycle of growth and loss starts again.

Some medicines can cause hair loss. This type of hair loss improves when you stop taking the medicine. Medicines that can cause hair loss include blood thinners (also called anticoagulants), medicines used for gout, medicines used in chemotherapy to treat cancer, vitamin A (if too much is taken), birth control pills and antidepressants.

Certain infections can cause hair loss. Fungal infections of the scalp can cause hair loss in children. The infection is easily treated with antifungal medicines.

Finally, hair loss may occur as part of an underlying disease, such as lupus or diabetes. Since hair loss may be an early sign of a disease, it is important to find the cause so that it can be treated.

All men are shown without and with Hair System. You can see the difference.

Losing hair is stressful in a time and world where appearance really matters.

Hair loss has many negative esthetic and psychological effect onto the lives of the adults – and even more for the life of the youngster. Teens which lose their hair because of various reasons (including chemotherapy treatments) go through a difficult time, especially girls.

There are many potentially dangerous chemicals on the market promising restoration of the hair but they unfortunately just empty your wallets. These chemicals haven’t grown even one full head of hair. If this would be the case the whole world would know about it.

We do suggest to our clients use of Hair System which offers almost instant solution to their problem – and it is safe, secure and offers them a youthful, natural look and gives them back their self confidence and self esteem.

Hair loss is more than a good reason to visit our Hair genesis studio and to individually discuss the subject with our qualified staff.

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