Millionen betroffen

Haarausfall (Alopezie) bleibt rätselhaft. Anlagebedingter Haarausfall, Alopecia Areata und diffuse Alopezie (bei Frauen) sind am häufigsten.

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Oft unwirksam?

Medizinisch bedeutsam gegen Alopezie sind Propecia (Finasterid), antiandrogene Hormone bei Frauen, Regaine (Minoxidil)

Mittel gegen Haarausfall  [200x250]
Haarverpflanzung - schnelle Option

Mit einer Haarverpflanzung können die Folgen von Haarausfall schnell korrigiert werden. Techniken wie die FUE haben große Fortschritte gebracht. Eine gute Planung ist entscheidend.

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What can Hair loss really do to you? Most likely more than just a medical symptome ... So have a look on youself as a person and read some tipps about care for your hair and body.

Most of us take great pride in our trophy of hair. Thus losing it causes distress to most sane human beings. But unlike what we tend to regard it, as hair loss is not as light an issue as it appears to be at first glance. You see, all of us want to look attractive. Unfortunately enough Western concepts determine how attractive one is in terms of how youthful he/she is, how young they look, how flawless their face and hair is. So needless to say one without much hair tends to feel a little like a fish out water in such an atmosphere. He/she withdraws into his/her own shell and loses the kind of confidence every man (woman) of dignity ought to have.

So you see losing hair can land you in a bit of a paste. A nasty paste at that. It can make you feel insecure and ‘exposed’ and most importantly like a less of an individual. Not a good feeling for sure.

The stress to treat ...

We do not want to speak too much about the consequences for your personal life and your feelings. You are here and reading this because you have got a problem, maybe small, but not unlikely a big problem. In such a situation you should try to make the best out of it. Go on and read. Try to treat your hair loss.

It may work - but also it may not work. So don´t forget: Your life does have more faces than your hair.

Hair Care Tips

  • Be gentle to your hair, it will help yourself as well!
  • Why should you wash your hair?  This performs several
  • crucial functions, including removing dirt, oil from your hair, dead
  • skin, and the residue of your hair products.
  • Before you put shampoo in, run water through it to get rid of the
  • day’s residue of dirt and dust.  Put the shampoo on your scalp and
  • rub it gently outwards.  Make sure you rinse all of the shampoo
  • out, because residue will clog your pores and dry out your hair. 
  • Just lather once, because extra lathering may tell your scalp to
  • produce excess oil.
  • Oily hair should be washed at least every other day; dry hair
  • only needs to be washed 2 or 3 times a week.
  • Change your shampoo and conditioner every now and then.
  • Conditioner will help your hair by keeping it moisturized, adding
  • shine, cutting down on static, and keeping the tangles out.  If
  • you use a leave-in conditioner, it will protect your hair longer.  
  • Spread the conditioner evenly, and leave it alone for a few
  • minutes before you rinse it out.
  • Put the conditioner about an inch away from the scalp, because
  • your roots have enough oils in them that they do not need extra
  • conditioning.
  • Be gentle!  Your hair will break the most easily when it is
  • wet.

Don´t forget to treatyourself and your hair as best as possible

 Have you been wondering how you can have healthier hair?  Here are some elementary tips that will help your hair look and feel great.

  • In order to have healthier hair, you need to have a healthy lifestyle.  Stress is not good for your hair.  Smoking will dry your hair out.  If you do not exercise or eat right, your hair will suffer as well.  Not getting enough sleep is also a prescription for bad hair.
  • When you are choosing hair products, such as gel, hair spray, or mousse, do not buy products that have alcohol in them – they will dry your hair out.
  • Try not to apply the products directly to your scalp.  That is a good way to clog your pores, which is definitely bad for your hair.
  • Before you go swimming, wet your hair in the sink first. 
  • This will help your hair by soaking up the clean water, rather than the chlorine in the pool.
  • If you can, wear a swimming camp in the pool.  If you can’t, make sure that you wash and condition your hair as soon as you get out of the water.
  • Do you like to blow dry your hair?  Make sure that you use the cool setting, so that your hair does not try out as quickly. 
  • Also, do not let the blow dryer sit in one place for more than a couple of seconds.  Move it around, so that you do not dry out your hair.
  • Your hair will dry faster if you pat it dry with a towel before you turn the blow dryer on.  Also, if you untangle your hair while it is still drying, it will be easier to get those knots out.
  • The best hairbrushes are made of real animal hair, because it is more flexible, and softer on your hair.  Pick brushes and combs that have bristles that are spaced widely, and that have smooth tips.  Otherwise, you will get split ends and a scratched scalp.
  • Do not comb or brush your hair when it is still completely wet, because wet hair is very fragile.  Wait until the drying process is almost done.
  • Wash your brushes and combs every week with soap or shampoo.
  • Comb the tangles out of your hair before you brush it.
  • Start combing your hair at the ends to work tangles out, and move up to the base of your hair.  Use a downward stroke with your brush or comb.
  • Stay away from plastic brushes or combs, because they make static
  • electricity.
  • Use a shampoo or conditioner that is made for your type of hair.
  • Use warm water instead of hot water to shampoo, so your scalp
  • stays moisturized.