Heidi Summers Hair Comb January 09th, 2018 - 10:26:06
Loose anagen syndrome is not categorized as a disease, but it is a serious form of hair thinning. This is a condition that becomes evident when you constantly find hair has come loose when you comb or brush your hair. The laser hair comb could help this condition, but you should find out why your hair is breaking and gathering in your comb. If there is an underlying medical condition such as cancer that you may be unaware of, finding out what is causing your female hair loss could save your life. This is one of the best reasons to consult a physician rather than making assumptions about what is causing your condition. These are only a few of the reasons to take female hair loss treatment, including the laser hair comb and other kinds of treatments, seriously. It is not simply a condition to be viewed cosmetically and taken lightly. Although we will not all have the beautiful hair we see in magazines, we should all have healthy hair.
Laser hair combs work on the principle of phototherapy or light therapy. The correct laser frequency is concentrated on the scalp to increase blood circulation resulting in hair growth. The process, similar to photosynthesis in plants, is known as photobiostimulation. In a laser hair comb, lasers emit red (or cool) light waves which pass through the soft tissues of the scalp and about 5 to 6mm into the hair follicles. This light results in the increased molecular action of adenosine triphosphate(ATP) which stores and transports energy. This action increases cellular metabolism by stimulating the cells intake of nutrients and the removing waste products. In this process damaged tissues get replaced and repaired quickly resulting in increased hair growth and hair restoration.
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).
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.