Janette Hughes Hair Comb January 28th, 2018 - 11:37:56
The use of laser hair comb for women through low level laser therapy makes the bold claim to help hair regrowth simply by combing your hair with the laser lights on. Costing between $300 to $500, laser combs are gaining in popularity as a female hair loss treatment option. The main purpose of a laser comb is to stimulate the scalp. Because the scalp receives very little stimulation naturally, combing your hair with a laser comb will go a long way to correcting any loss of hair in women you might be suffering. One should never forget, when trying to finding a way to turn ones hair thinning around, that there might be an underlying medical condition that is causing it. Although you may be stimulating your scalp, something medical is still not being corrected unless you seek treatment from a physician.
Slightly cheaper than the previous laser combs this laser comb has received widespread press coverage; even being voted by some publications as the most effective laser hair brush on the market. However, it has received rather mixed customer reviews with it either working brilliantly, or not at all. Most people have reported lengthy time frames for seeing results, therefore it has been recommended to use this laser hair treatment with other hair loss products. This will reduce the time it takes to see results by 2-3 weeks. Grow Comb YesThis Laser Hair Regrowth Comb with Exclusive Vibrator/ Stimulator is relatively new to the market, but already gaining great reviews. Retailing at an affordable price, not only has it achieved a proven results rate of 98% in both men and women, but they have also managed to use FDA approved low level lasers. This is definitely one to consider investing in.
In addition this list includes acne, diet and anti-fungal medications. Your doctor can look up your medications in his Physicians Desk Reference to see if the drug is linked to reversible alopecia, and may be able to substitute another medication. Your pharmacist is also a knowledgeable person to ask. There are other temporary or longer term issues that may inhibit the ability of the laser hair comb to increase hair growth. Lupus, Rheumatoid arthritis and Schleroderma along with the autoimmune disease alopecia totalis or universalis cause balding. Exposure to toxic chemicals (including tobacco smoke), radiation exposure, iron deficiency, hormonal changes (pregnancy), thyroid disease and stress including crash diets can be factors. It is important to note that many of these conditions change and hair follicles that are not totally "dead" for more that seven years can re-grow hair.
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).