Hair loss is surrounded by myths. Everything from sunshine and shampoo to your mother has been blamed for hair loss. While yes, genetics are a main culprit in hair loss, don’t blame mom or what you put on your head. [Read more…] about Can You Go Bald From Wearing Hats?
Alopecia is the medical term for hair loss, but it can come in many forms. The most common form of hair loss is androgenetic alopecia, which is more commonly known as male (or female) pattern baldness. Another very common form of hair loss is traction alopecia, which means hair loss as a result of tight hairstyles that pull on the scalp. Traction alopecia is reversible if it doesn’t go on too long, but it can become permanent if the signs are neglected or ignored. [Read more…] about Facts About Traction Alopecia
Looking your best is integral to your confidence and self-esteem. When hair loss occurs, it can have a negative impact on how you see yourself. We are conditioned to see a full head of hair as healthy, luxurious, and youthful. Hair also helps us express something about our personalities: Through styling and coloring, we’re able to express ourselves. As we age, we can choose to keep a distinguished gray or white, or cover it up with hair dye. [Read more…] about Psychology and Hair Loss
After male/female pattern hair loss, cancer is a very well-known reason for hair loss. But is it really? What people think they know about cancer and hair loss isn’t always based on facts, and there’s much the average person doesn’t know but should. So, let’s start unraveling the myths and filling in those gaps. [Read more…] about What You Don’t Know About Cancer and Hair Loss
No one wants to experience hair loss but the sooner you start addressing it, the better the results you can have. If you start to notice thinning hair, a widening hair part or signs of a receding hairline, here are nine steps you can take to slow your hair loss. [Read more…] about What You Can Do to Slow Hair Loss
There are many reasons why RHRLI treats hair loss, and one reason is related to obesity. Obesity has become an epidemic in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the obesity rate among adults is 39.8 percent or about 93.3 million Americans. Obesity boosts a patient’s chances of having heart disease, stroke, and type-2 diabetes. As of 2008, the last year we have statistics for, obesity costs the US $147 billion. [Read more…] about Bariatric Surgery and Hair Loss
A cancer diagnosis involving you or a loved one creates powerful emotions. It can be numbing, it can cause great sorrow, and sometimes it will trigger great anger. Coping with cancer means that your life is going to change in many different ways. One particularly difficult part of a cancer diagnosis is anticipating the hair loss that’s a common side effect of cancer treatment. RHRLI specializes in hair restoration and we know how difficult it is for cancer patients who are struggling with a terrible disease and its side effects.
It’s one of the top reasons that patients come to Robotic Hair Restoration of Long Island. Hair loss brings up difficult feelings for those who suffer from it. Thinning hair can affect your self confidence and the research bears this out. According to a study of men in five European countries, over 70 percent of men reported that hair is an important feature of image, while 62 percent of men said that hair loss can affect self esteem or self confidence. At RHRLI, we know there’s a strong connection between hair loss and self-image, which is why we offer a revolutionary minimally invasive permanent solution for your hair loss.
Hair loss can be difficult enough without having to deal with misinformation. People who are losing their hair often deal with negative feelings and lack of self-esteem because of their condmition. It can be hard to take the first steps towards finding a permanent solution, but it can be complicated by all of the information and the myths out there. At RHRLI, we have the best permanent solution to hair loss you can find. It’s called the ARTAS® System and it uses robotic technology to give you a minimally invasive hair transplant.
Have you been feeling a lot of pressure recently? It happens to all of us at times but constant stress or even a large dose of stress in a short time period is never a good thing. It can create a myriad of health problems and other life difficulties. According to the Mayo Clinic, stress can cause: