EXPERIENCE SOME KIND
OF HAIR LOSS IN
ARE BELOW THE AGE OF 40
Although common, hair loss is a tough thing to live with. What’s more disheartening, is the fact it alters one’s appearance which drastically affects self-esteem and confidence.
A bald truth; about half of the general population has experienced some sort of hair loss around their 50th birthday. No wonder the number of people losing hair today is increasing but, surprisingly the age of people suffering from hair loss is getting younger by the day.
From the 1970’s to early 1990’s, 33% of men and 6-7% of women were losing hair. Moreover, 75% of people visiting Advanced Hair Studio across the globe were aged between 40 and 60.
Cut to the present time. Numbers stand at 70% for men and 40% for women, with 80% of clients aged between 20 and 40. The following snap shots highlight the psychological impact and causes of hair loss.
The percentage of male population expecting some kind of hair loss in their lifetime.
The percentage of male population in UAE expecting to experience hair loss as compared to the average global figure.
Two out of 3 men in the region are suffering from hair loss, including nearly every other man under 30
These men described themselves as
negatively impacted by hair loss.
*each individual might be affected with more than one cause.
Whether we like it or not, study have shown that there is an unconscious association between loss of hair, loss of youth, and inevitable aging. These factors results in a psychological impact which are interlinked with each other.
“In the 1970’s, having established Advanced Hair Studio as one of the largest hair restoration companies in the USA, I returned to my native Australia to develop more effective procedures of hair replacement and restoration – because ‘I knew there had to be a better way.” – Carl A. Howell, Chairman
Advanced Hair Studio was established in Florida, United States in the 1970’s.
Within three years, the company grew beyond recognition to approximately 35 studios and now after more than 45 years, we’ve became the world’s largest hair replacement & hair retention company providing hair loss treatments and hair growth solutions for any type and stage of hair loss.
This all has seen us grow into the world’s largest hair restoration company, with approximately 300 studios and alliances, leading hair loss treatment companies around the globe, covering Western Europe, Middle East, Far East, South Africa, India, and Australia.
With our 4 unique and patented procedures under one roof along with a range of products, we provide full range of services covering hair loss treatments to people in any stage of hair loss. We have successfully treated countless types of hair loss conditions.
Accordingly proven before and after results speak for themselves, as well as numerous testimonials that we constantly receive which demonstrate the effectiveness of our hair loss treatments and procedures; something which no other company is able to offer.
We are continuously striving to invent new and enhanced hair regrowth treatments and hair loss therapies to provide our clients with innovative, best in industry procedures. In fact, more than 1,000,000 men and women have been successfully treated by us in our many studios, including more than 10,000 celebrities from Hollywood, Bollywood, sports legends like Jérémie Aliadière, John ‘Jack’ Anthony, Shane Warne, Graham Gooch, and Austin Healey.
Advanced Hair Studio prides itself as an innovator and market leader in hair replacement and retention treatments. And, without our proven hair loss treatments and procedures which have shown exceptional success with regards to end results, there is no way we could have gotten to where we are today.
People around the world have benefited from the quality advice and services that we provide, most advanced and unique procedures that prove our expertise.
Alopecia comes in many different forms. Alopecia may be localized to the front and top of the head (as in common male and female pattern baldness) or it may be patchy – a condition described as alopecia areata. If alopecia areata balding occurs across the entire head, specialists refer to the condition as alopecia totalis; if it affects the entire body then it’s known as alopecia universalis. There are many different causes of (factors in) Alopecia such as genetics, age, stress, dietary issues, iron deficiency in women, disease or drugs/medications etc.
Hair grows in cycles – anagen, catagen and telogen. Anagen is the growing phase of hair, lasting between two and seven years (depending on many factors including genetics).
The middle (transition) stage between the anagen (growing) and telogen (resting) phases of the hair’s growth cycle.
The resting phase of the hair cycle that usually lasts approximately three months.
Also known as telogen effluvium Loss of hair during resting phase of hair or “natural” loss. This is often characterized by the thinning or shedding of hair resulting from the early entry of hair in the telogen phase. This can often be caused by emotional or psychological stress, eating disorders, fever, anemia, drugs or major surgery.
The cortex is the main structure of the hair shaft. The cortex makes up for 90% of hair’s weight and determines the colour, texture and denier or thickness of each individual hair.
A term used to describe the fixing additional strands of hair to your natural hair. The additional hair that is used may be synthetic or human and is attached to one’s hair and/or scalp.
Testosterone is the male hormone responsible for the development of all of the male secondary sexual characteristics like male hair patterns on the body, hair on the face and oily skin. Testosterone can be converted in the body to dihydro-testosterone by the enzyme 5-Alpha-reductase in genetically predisposed individuals. Studies have shown that 95% of male baldness and hair loss is caused by (DHT).
Progressive thinning of hair caused by genetics, age, and hormones. Usually develops at a much slower rate than male pattern baldness. Manifests differently than male pattern baldness in that most women with FPB don’t experience receding hairline. Often the original hairline remains virtually unchanged but the hair through the top and crown of the head thins evenly all over whereas hair in the sides and back/nape of the head generally doesn’t’ usually thin out and remains at its original density.
Hair loss at the front of the head.
Hypothyroidism is caused due to lack of thyroid hormone in the body and it can often result in hair loss, thinning of the hair or a change of texture (dry and brittle).
More than 95% of hair thinning in men is male pattern baldness often referred to as androgenic alopecia. This type of hair loss is often caused by hormones, genes, and age and is progressive in nature. It is often characterized by hair receding from the lateral sides of the forehead and/or a thinning crown which can lead to loss of all hair on top of the head, thus causing a U-shape pattern/fringe of remaining hair.
If often known as ‘Involutional Alopecia’ as it is the type of hair loss that naturally occurs with age. This occurs in varying degrees in both women and men and is characterized by the general thinning of both hair diameter and density.
Hair loss in the temple region. This is the most stubborn area of hair loss to rectify and is most common in men.
This refers to hair loss that occurs due to traction placed on hair. Traction alopecia is commonly seen with tight braids, pony tails, and other hairstyles that create traction on the scalp. Traction alopecia is a substantial risk in hair weaves and is one of the most common causes of hair loss in African and African American women.
Vellus Hair is the fine, non-pigmented hair (peach fuzz) that covers the body of children and adults but is not always visible as they lack a central medulla.
A hair loss specialist is a senior consultant who has worked in the hair loss industry for many years and is primarily concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of hair loss problems – all the different types of hair loss, hair thinning, and problems that occur, and the non-medical treatment of those problems.
You should consult a hair loss specialist if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:
Lifestyle has a huge impact on the level of healthiness of your hair. From the food we eat, our quality of sleep, amount of exercise, hairstyling techniques, leisure activities to social and psychological activities all play a part. On numerous occasions, the underlying cause of hair loss or hair thinning can be traced back to a situational factor in your lifestyle.
An improper eating diet is also a key factor that affects hair growth and shows not only through your scalp but also in your entire well-being. A healthy diet with the right mix of protein, iron, and other nutrients can help improve the health, look, and feel of your hair. Your hair needs the same well-rounded diet that provides all the recommended vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients needed for good health in the rest of your body. Many vegetarians suffer hair loss, hair thinning, or scalp problems due to a lack of complete proteins in their diet. A healthy lifestyle is the key to keep you fit overall. So, please get ample amount of sleep as insufficient sleep may aggravate the problem. Also, say no to smoking and excess alcohol as they aggravate the problem of hair loss.
Generally speaking, excessive hair washing is most likely not the cause for your hair loss. Your hair care products and styling techniques may weaken and cause dryness and breakage and even stunt your hair growth, but washing cannot cause an unusual amount of hair loss.
There are many different types of hair loss. The most distressing type is permanent hair loss. In addition, there is hair loss that is temporary, hair loss in patches, or hair that is shed from all over the scalp.
This is a patchy type of hair loss often appearing as distinct circles of hair loss; but in severe cases it can progress to complete baldness. The condition is thought to be a systemic autoimmune disorder in which the body attacks its own anagen hair follicles, and suppresses or stops hair growth. Many women have complete, spontaneous recovery without a need for hair treatment; however having hair loss treatment can hasten the recovery time.
Hair loss can have a devastating influence on a person’s quality of life, especially in women, not least because hair loss is often wrongly considered a less significant psychological and emotional problem for women than it is for men. Too often, hair loss in women is not taken seriously by family and friends or even by a woman’s personal doctor. People experiencing hair loss can be affected in the following ways:
Hair loss is a very common problem faced by most people at some point in their life. About half of the general population has experienced some sort of hair loss by around age 50. Many factors such as diseases and medicines can cause you to lose more hair than normal. Although hair loss is fairly common, it can be a tough thing to live with; especially when it changes how you look it can severely reduce your self-esteem.
Many people relate hair loss to old age, and there is a certain truth in this: as we age, many of us naturally lose some or all of our hair in the process. But hair loss is not just something that only the middle-aged or the elderly experience. It can also affect teens and young adults. There are a number of hair loss conditions that can affect even the very young to varying degrees. Male Pattern Baldness is one such condition, and a surprisingly high number of young men who feel that they are too young to lose their hair. It is estimated that half of all men will suffer from male pattern hair loss to some degree by their 50th birthday, but for approximately 25% of men with the condition, they will start losing their hair when they are in their late teens or early twenties. Nutritional hair loss is more common in young people who don’t eat properly, who participate in drug use and use nicotine. Alopecia areata is common in young people, as well as hair loss from ringworm and tricotillamania due to hair pulling from anxiety.
If you’re constantly on the go and not taking any time to wind down, your stressful lifestyle could indeed be wreaking havoc on your hair. Stress increases cortisol levels and induces the hormone changes that are responsible for hair loss. By learning and practicing effective stress-management techniques, you can help yourself to reduce the severity of the symptoms.
The use of shampoos will not lead to hair loss or make it worse, except in the case of dry damaged and brittle hair. Shampoo containing strong alkaline can cause further dryness and can encourage breakage to already weak hair. Shampoos that claim to help hair loss coat the hair with protein to make it cosmetically ‘fatter’ but do nothing to solve the underlying disorder.
As there are many causes of hair loss, there are also many different hair loss treatments available. This is why a consultation with a hair specialist is most necessary in order to diagnose the problem and the stage of hair loss, and offer the most effective hair loss treatment specifically suiting one’s expectations and personality.
When it comes to hair loss, a prompt professional consultation is the key. Everybody is different, and one cannot expect a home remedy or an over-the-counter medicine to work on all people.
A combination of two procedures may be necessary to achieve the desired results. For advanced stages of hair loss, only a combination of two treatments would give you the best possible results. Advanced Hair Studio is the only company that can provide a combination of procedures under the same roof to give you a full head of hair back.
Carefully examine your extended family including grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc. If there is a family history of hair loss in men or women, be aware that it could happen to you and seek help at the earliest sign. Seek out a hair loss specialist.