Hair Loss and Scalp Concerns
Hair Loss Concerns
Hair loss and flaky scalps can be distressing.
There may be many contributing factors to your hair loss as well as sensitive, flaky scalps and Megan is dedicated to finding out the root cause of your condition.
Some of the contributing factors can include:
- Diet and lifestyle
As you can see, there are a lot of potential factors. Megan's role is to assess your underlying conditions and create a treatment plan in collaboration with your medical practitioner (when required) to provide you with the best outcome and give you back the self-esteem and self-confidence you deserve.
Hair loss in women
Hair loss in women is very often a taboo subject.
I understand how traumatic suffering with hair loss is and it may surprise you to know that a majority of my patients are women.
Our consultations are private and confidential and we will assess your individual situation to provide you with the answers you are looking for.
Genetic hair loss predominantly occurs in post-menopausal women and is hormone related.
When caught early, there are a variety of treatment options available and very often, your hair loss can be halted and even reversed.
Of course, each situation is different and there are no magic pills, but simple changes in diet, life style and environmental factors as well as including specific nutritional supplementation can make a difference.
Hair loss in men
Genetic hair loss in men is almost expected.
That being said, it is still a very distressing situation for most guys to find themselves in.
Megan provides you with all the information you need to move forward with a realistic and viable treatment plan.
There are many options available and many companies providing false promises with hair regrowth products.
The team at National Hair Tech Solutions prides themselves on honesty and integrity through education and transparency.
Your individual hair and scalp analysis will provide you with the insight into your condition and a plan moving forward.
Genetic hair loss in men is not a disease, but a condition which when caught early enough may be treatable.
It is a hormonal condition and may take 3-6 months for treatment to become noticeable.
Scalp conditions are becoming increasingly common, particularly Psoriasis and eczema.
There may be many contributing factors including, diet; lifestyle; genetics; medication; illness; among others.
Your consultation will be in depth and once the cause of your condition has been established, a thorough treatment plan will be created for a positive result.
A lot of conditions are treatable and may never return, however, there are some conditions, such as Psoriasis, which remain only manageable.
Megan provides you with realistic outcomes using the best and most organic products available to her.
These images have been supplied by David Salinger with express permission from the International Association of Trichologists.
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