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The Facts About Hair Loss: What You Can Do Hair loss occurs due to many possible causes related to an individual’s genetic makeup or other factors. Through this discussion, hair restoration specialist, Dr. Amiya Prasad hopes to help you better understand the causes of your hair loss, as well as...
Jul24
HAIR LOSS TREATMENT
Serious Health Conditions Signaled by Hair Loss There are a wide range of factors that can contribute to hair loss, from dietary deficiencies and stress to hormonal changes and prescription medication. However, unusual hair loss can also be a symptom of a more serious underlying health condition. Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Hodgkin’s...
Jun18
Do Men and Women React Differently to Hair Loss? Researchers in South Africa were curious about this particular question and have recently published the results of their studies on the topic.  We at Houston Hair Loss Clinic are here to discuss the facts as well as the treatment options. Male...
Jun6
A lot of people just assume that if their parent lost their hair, so will they. A man sees his dad go bald, and he assumes that he will, too. A woman knows that her mother and grandmother had thinning hair, and she just resigns herself to having the same...
May12
Hair loss is usually a hereditary problem, but not always. Simple lifestyle factors like diet and chronic stress can also cause hair loss, as can several types of diseases. If a disease is causing your hair loss, the best thing you can do is treat the disease to preserve your...
May5
Houston Hair Loss Clinic
Things You are Doing that Can Cause Hair Loss Often times, hair loss is just a matter of bad genes. Sometimes, there are things you can be doing that are actively causing your hair to fall out and damaging your follicles so that the hair doesn’t grow back. The good...
Apr17
Can Hair Loss Due to Hormone Imbalance be Reversed? Hair loss is not always a matter of genetics. Sometimes, hormonal changes can cause your hair to thin or to fall out. Women experience this commonly during pregnancy. Some may even see their hair fall out in big batches after they...
Apr10
By the time men reach 35, about two thirds of them will experience some degree of hair loss. In most cases, the hair loss is genetic. In some cases, it can be caused by lifestyle issues such as a poor diet and stress or by medical issues such as underlying...
Mar31
Hair loss can be either temporary or permanent. With temporary hair loss, you may experience thinning and even bald patches, but the hair will grow back. With permanent hair loss, your hair will not grow back. But when you start to notice that you have thinner patches of hair, you...
Mar24
Many people think of hair loss as a problem for men, but women can experience it, as well. However, women usually don’t have the same kind of hair loss as men. For example, you are not likely to see a lot of women who go completely (or nearly completely) bald...
Mar17
Hair loss may be a common problem, but there are shockingly too many misconceptions about what causes it and how it can be treated. You would think that information about hair loss would be part of the popular consciousness since so many people suffer from it. Unfortunately, the persistence of...
Mar10
When you read about hair loss, the information is usually focused on men. Losing your hair is almost a rite of passage for men, like women going through menopause. Though everyone acknowledges that women go gray, few recognize that they can also go bald. But women can certainly lose their...
Mar3