Lakeisha Beasley Hair Comb December 28th, 2017 - 10:45:08
Alcohol should be limited to one drink per day as it robs the body of zinc, vitamin B, folic acid and vitamin C and upsets blood sugar levels. Caffeine depletes the body of Vitamin B and C, potassium and zinc. Decreasing nutrients in the bloodstream increases levels of DHT which inhibits the growth of new hair. Use of a laser hair comb will not be as beneficial if DHT is allowed to accumulate in the follicles. Nicotine of course should be avoided. Even a laser hair comb cannot combat certain medications that may or may not be prescribed by a medical professional. The following is only a partial listing, and of course you must investigate any medications you are taking for their relevance to scalp health. Cholesterol lowering drugs, Parkinson medications, ulcer drugs, anti-coagulants, anti-arthritics, anti-convulsants, antidepressants, beta blockers, anti-thyroid agents and male hormones may cause hair loss (reversible alopecia).
Perhaps you are wondering if using a laser comb is safe. The newest, quality 17diode laser comb follows all FDA guidelines for a low level laser device, and since no heat is created, there is no chance of burns or skin damage. As with any appliance, users are cautioned to not stare at the laser light, and to use the comb only as directed. Hopefully this has answered some of your questions about this relatively new use for low level light lasers. As we age and seek new ways to keep out youthful looks and vitality, this is only one of many methods to safely and inexpensively achieve that goal
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.
Use of the laser comb can shorten the telogen phase and strengthen the follicle to produce thicker hair. Gradual thinning of the hair with age is considered normal as more and more hair follicles go into the telogen or resting phase, and the remaining hairs become shorter, thinner and fewer in number. The laser hair comb can target these follicles and through photobiostimulation keep them producing thick, shiny, strong hair. Male or female pattern baldness involving loss or thinning has genetic and hormonal factors and can be stopped or slowed by use of the laser comb as well.