Lynda Richards Hair Comb December 15th, 2017 - 10:07:24
Hair loss is slowed and in many cases reversed by use of a laser hair comb if body and scalp conditions are at their best. Some conditions are easily improved, and others require consultation with a medical professional. Make sure you consult your doctor before you change any health regimen including the addition or deletion of medications, change of diet and then the use of a laser hair comb. For optimum scalp health and to maximize the benefit of using a laser hair comb, your whole body needs to enjoy a balanced diet. This includes lean protein, soy, complex carbohydrates found in fruits and vegetables and monounsaturated fats found in extra virgin olive oil and nuts. Carbohydrates such as potatoes, pasta and bread turn immediately to glucose and elevate blood sugar levels which hamper a balanced blood sugar level necessary for optimum health.
The laser hair comb has elicited many positive responses from users and with its new certification from the FDA it has considerable credibility. The laser comb is designed just like the normal hair brush and may be used in the same way. To maximize hair growth however, it should be used in laser mode for at least 20 minutes per day, every other day, covering the entire area of lessened hair growth. Additionally, it should be used in areas of "normal hair growth" as well to make sure these follicles are receiving proper care as well. This laser hair device has shown positive results after being used for only five to ten weeks. Hair has improved in quality as shown by improved thickness, strength and sheen. This regime has to be maintained to ensure that any positive results gained are not reversed. The laser hair comb, as well as any hair re-growth prescription medication, requires prolonged use to maintain an environment for optimum hair growth.
We normally lose up to 100 hairs per day, but there are that many new hairs being generated in the follicles each day on a healthy head. At any one time 90% of the follicles are producing hair in a growth (anagen) cycle, but each follicle has its own time clock that can be influenced by age, disease, medicines and other factors. This timed life cycle has three stages. The anagen phase is active growth and lasts between two to six years. The catagen or transitional phase lasts from two to three weeks. The telogen or resting phase lasts two to three months, and at the end of this phase the hair is shed and new hair replaces it, starting the cycle all over again.
A laser hair comb is a laser device designed to be used by the general public in the comforts of their own home. Due to stress, illness, medication, and/or age we can all relate to hair that was once fast growing and lush that has turned thin and lifeless. Now recent FDA guidelines allow the laser hair comb to be used to rejuvenate this lifeless, thinning hair to its former state. You must be wondering whether the claims of manufacturers and dealers are true or just another gimmick. Well, the effectiveness of this laser device has long been established and used in clinics and by dermatologists in Europe and Canada for many years, and now the FDA allows its use in the United States.