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Stay in the sun and don't sweat it - you're hair's not going anywhereA hair loss clinic in America has recently claimed that one of the most common causes of hair loss often goes undetected. Let me make it as plain as a white t-shirt to you that excessive sweating does not cause hair loss.

Hyperhidrosis is a condition that usually affects the hands, feet and underarms but may affect almost any bodily area. It causes excessive sweating, significant emotional and psychological distress and embarrassment but doesn’t pose a serious threat to health and won’t cause hair loss.

More than 80% of men and just under half the female population in the UK experience some degree of hair loss. Hyperhidrosis, which typically begins during the teenage years or early adulthood, is estimated to affect just 3% of people in England so there’s a pretty significant chance that someone who suffers from excessive sweating may also be subject to hair loss.

There is however, absolutely no scientific evidence to suggest that there is a link between the two conditions. The only notable exception is their psychological implications yet otherwise harmless natures.

Erkkie Harris-Wells, founder of the Miyohara International Trichology Clinic in California, would have you think otherwise.

“Hyperhidrosis accounts for about 70% of hair loss cases for both males and females,” she said in a press release.

It’s a well known fact that majority of male hair loss cases are caused by a genetic predisposition and sensitivity to DHT, a chemical derivative of testosterone that results in the miniaturisation of the hair follicles and gradual cessation of hair growth. Women’s hair loss is a lot more multi-factorial but still, the fact remains that there is no established link between sweat and hair loss.

To find out the real reason behind your hair loss, call 020 7730 6666to book an appointment with the UK’s leading hair loss specialists or contact us for more information. Alternatively, complete the online diagnostic form for a personalised assessment and access to treatment from anywhere in the world.

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Most women lose 50% of their volume before they realise it's more than just a bad hair dayFeeling a bit flat and lackluster? Bad hair days happen to the best of us but before you work another pump of volumising mouse into your tresses, ask yourself these questions: ‘Was my hair always like this?’ ‘Is that even more hair I see in my brush?’ ‘Is my part getting wider?’ If these questions arouse a degree of concern, just remember that thinning hair is a common grievance amongst women and sometimes hair will even re-grow spontaneously. However, if you’ve needed to twist an extra loop in your hair tie for a few months now, you may need the help of a hair loss specialist.

Hair at the bottom of the shower or some in the comb isn’t usually such a big deal. Everyone sheds hair daily but serious hair loss affects about 40% of women – so what’s the difference? Well, we don’t continue to grow the same strands of hair year after year. Hair growth is a cycle, so roughly 90% of hair is growing at any one time and about 10% of the hair is in the resting phase. The growth phase lasts between two and six years and the resting phase about two to three months. At the end of the resting phase the hair is shed, which is why it’s common for everyone to shed up to 100 hairs a day. But a new hair from the same follicle replaces it and the growing cycle starts again.

Most of the time women will lose up to 50% of their hair volume before they realise it’s more than just a bad hair day. Take the hair loss test to see if thinning hair is a problem for you. Generally though, if you’re honest with yourself, you should be able to see your centre part widening and find there’s less there when you run your fingers through your hair. However, women’s hair loss is largely manageable, and be aware that unlike men, you’re not destined for baldness.

As we age, it’s not unusual for women to find it harder to grow their hair. On average, scalp hair grows at a rate of about half an inch per month but it slows down with age. Sometimes younger women may find it difficult to grow hair past a certain length if they tie their hair up tightly every day. It’s easy if you’re having a bad hair day to scoop it all up into a no-mess tight ponytail or bun, but the constant friction may be causing the hair to consistently break at a certain point. The tight pulling could also be putting undue stress on the hair follicles, resulting in thinning hair or traction alopecia.

There are many other common causes of hair loss in women but most cases have a solution. If you’re concerned about the state of your hair, feel free to fill in Belgravia’s online diagnostic form to receive a professional diagnosis and recommendation based on your individual circumstance. You can also gain access to a mail-order hair loss treatment course from anywhere in the world. Alternatively, contact us for more information or call 020 7730 6666 to book a free consultation with the UK’s leading hair loss specialists.

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Is your hairline receding each time you look in the mirror?You look in the mirror each morning and can see your hairline receding right in front of your very eyes. Whether you think it’s an unfortunate yet inevitable manly progression, or an outrageous and unfair physical demise, baldness is generally not too favoured upon by those who have to endure it.

The way I see it you have three options:

1) You could make haste to the sports store and stock up on baseball caps which, no doubt, you’ll become totally dependent upon.

2) You could grab the razor and shave it all off now and be done with it.

3) A receding hairline is just the beginning. If hair loss is not something you really want, you could put up a fight and become part of a growing number of hair loss success stories.

Let’s look at these options in more detail shall we…

So you’re starting to recede. No big deal. The hair loss isn’t so noticeable yet. Hold up – is a widow’s peak even the same as hair loss? Well, if we’re honest you haven’t exactly got the same rounded, youthful hairline you once had, so it’s not great news.

Say you decided to don the baseball caps. Apart from arousing suspicion at your latest obsession, you’re totally avoiding the problem yet clearly still feeling its sting.  Say one day you take the cap off to find a bald spot at the back of your head – you do realise this is the basic pattern of male hair loss and the most easily treated condition?

Behind every good bandanna lies a 'skullet' - close pal of the mulletNearly 80% of men will, at some stage of their lives, experience part or complete hair loss and all cases start out by receding or a gradually appearing bald spot on the crown of their head. Eventually these two spots meet up to form the classic horse-shoe look and you can pretty much bet on the fact you’ll eventually lose everything in between. No matter though if you still have your baseball caps. You could even switch to bandannas and grow the remaining hair at the back – Hulk Hogan got the ‘skullet’ and bandanna look down pat so surely it can’t be too hard.

Next we have the big shave option. They say you should confront your fears head on and what better way to deal with a receding hairline than by removing the offending hair. I’m sure once it’s all gone you’ll feel a lot better. Even if it’s not what you wanted in the first place, you took charge of the situation and aren’t hiding from it. Good work, very Michael Chiklis of you.

Now, if you’re serious about dealing with your receding hairline and giving hair loss the boot, you better be prepared to work for it. I’m just kidding, it couldn’t be more simple. Treatments for hair loss that are approved by medical regulatory bodies have been scientifically formulated and proven to stop hair loss in men at the very core. I won’t go into detail about DHT’s role in hair loss, suffice to say it’s the biggest player in the game.

I know you’re wondering then, if there are solutions to hair loss, why are so many men still experiencing baldness. I’ll give you three reasons:

1) Not everyone wearing a cap is bald underneath.

2) Some men don’t mind the bald look. After all, bald is beautiful right?

3) Unfortunately there’s not a lot of confidence in the hair loss industry, and for good reason.Click for More Success StoriesHundreds of advertised hair loss products are ineffective solutions and companies can get away it due to the relaxed laws of marketing. Some of their ingredients may be beneficial for hair in regard to healthy hair growth, but to be honest with you, only the ones that are approved by the FDA or MHRA have been clinically and scientifically proven to treat hair loss. They’re the only one’s that are worth your time and money.

Now that you have this inside knowledge, all you have to do now is ask yourself:

1) What’s my favourite baseball team?

2) Should I go for the skin head look or start at a number 2? Or,

3) How can I make the proven hair loss treatments more effective?

For more information, contact the Belgravia Centre on 020 7730 6666, send an email or fill in the online diagnostic form from anywhere in the world.

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Subliminal messagesThroughout our lives, we’re fed a steady diet of subliminal messages that tell us full-bodied manes and thick lustrous tresses are signs of fertility, virility and youth. Over time, the normality of gradual thinning hair has been replaced by a sense of fear, and betrays our youth along with all the other undesirable effects of aging. Never mind that hair loss affects a large majority of the population – thinning hair has become a psychologically stressful condition for both men and women.

Due to the very nature of society, the effects of hair loss – a seemingly harmless physicality – are amplified. Women for instance are under constant pressure to conform to media-enforced expectations yet female hair loss has always been an issue that’s been shoved under the carpet. Many women’s hair loss cases are temporary, so a lot of the time women are told to ride it out – not easy when you consider 30% of people think a woman with hair loss could be discriminated against at work* – despite the fact it could be permanent, or indicate something more serious.

Men are not exempt from the psychological effects of hair loss either. Thinning hair and male pattern baldness may be more socially acceptable than hair loss in women but it doesn’t discount a man from ridicule and being the butt of most of his mates’ jokes. In fact, hair loss is ranked in the top three concerns of men.**

So what can be done about hair loss and how can we control thinning hair?

Prevention: There are some common causes of hair loss in men and women that can be prevented. Eating a balanced diet that consists of a range of foods that promote healthy hair will keep diet-related hair loss at bay. Regular shampooing with a mild product will help control sebum levels and keep the scalp clean and healthy, providing the optimum environment for healthy hair growth. With proper hair styling habits you’ll avoid excess breakage and traction alopecia. There are also medical reasons for hair loss that can be controlled and avoided if you get regular health checks by your GP.

Medically approved and scientifically proven treatments for hair loss are helping people all over the worldTreatment: If hair loss runs in your family however, it won’t be something that can be prevented entirely. Medically approved and scientifically proven treatments for hair loss are designed specifically to stabilise, control and reverse the effects of the early signs of hair loss. There are safe and effective options for men and women that have helped thousands of hair loss sufferers take hold of their condition and allowed them to start living again.

Hair loss and thinning hair is seriously a tough ordeal for many people of all ages. No one pokes fun at the woman who gets her teeth whitened or the guy who waxes his chest so why shouldn’t men and women who want to maintain a full head of hair have the chance?

The Belgravia Centre has been offering effective and scientifically proven hair loss solutions to people all over the world for almost 20 years and the number of happy, satisfied individuals is only growing. For the opportunity to see the same dramatic results as Belgravia’s customers, please call and book a free consultation with a hair loss specialist on 020 7730 6666. Alternatively, contact us for more information, or fill in the online diagnostic form from anywhere in the world for a personalised diagnosis and access to the most effective combination of treatments for hair loss.

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One of the most cringe-worthy sights I can’t seem to come to terms with is bald men who drive sports cars. You know – the bright red or canary yellow ones with the tops down. Call it stereotyping if you like but the drivers always seem to be men with little to no hair. Obviously they don’t need to worry about ending up with a Bridget Jones-style mop at the end of a long and windy drive, but I’m not entirely certain they’re not trying to compensate for something else.

Ever noticed that most men who drive sports cars are bald?The thing that I find difficult to grasp is that they’ve clearly got money to spend on expensive suits and flashy cars, so why are they so blasé about their hair, or lack thereof – do they not know there are treatments for male hair loss that are actually scientifically proven to work? No doubt most men realise that they’ve got a pretty good chance of ending up as bald as their old man, so they’ve got some time to come to terms with the idea. Maybe that’s why you see some men embracing hair loss by shaving it all off – Bruce Willis-style – before baldness can make its move. Then there are the guys who haven’t quite come to terms with the whole male pattern baldness thing, who try to conceal their hair loss by wearing baseball caps 24/7, or worse – with the dreaded comb over.

I mean really, if the two worst hairstyles in history – the comb over and the mullet – had a competition to see who could hold a woman down, which one do you think would win? Well, take a look at Bon Jovi vs. Donald Trump. The 80s rock star and mullet icon is still married to his childhood sweetheart while ‘The Trump’ and his comb over have been through three marriages (although not surprisingly the wives got younger each time).

Now, there was a theory a few years back that suggested why younger females are generally attracted to older men. I won’t go into detail, you can read the full story here – http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2003/mar/02/evolution.genetics. But to give you the gist, it says:

“…any stag that can still display a fine set of antlers in the twilight of its years, or an old peacock that can still rustle up a first-rate plumage – or an ageing Lothario who can still sport a Rolex and a riverside apartment – has to be considered a major catch. Only a creature with really powerful genes can do that and therefore attract females who are, in general, the ones who choose partners while males wait to be selected.”

So what about the rest of the male population? If the above theory is anything to go by, the present economic climate could mean we’ll see a decline in marriages and shortage in babies in the coming years. After all, it’s a fact that hair loss is more concerning during a recession as men (and women) try to obtain a competitive advantage in both work and social situations.

David Willetts' own light buld could do with replacingWho knows – maybe if he’d only do something about his own shiny light bulb, British taxpayers wouldn’t be so hard on David Willetts. Besides, Prime Minister Gordon Brown has certainly done well to remain where he is so far – could it have something to do with those thick, wavy locks he sports so well? Come on – there’s got to be something that’s keeping the leader of the most unpopular Labour government in history in his place.

Apparently, even though women are supposedly attracted to successful, older men, they’re also five times more likely to date men with hair. So it seems that ‘bingo!’ for the majority of women would be a successful man who’s getting on in life, drives a sports car and has a decent crop of hair. Well, touché. I suppose I know which amigo I’d rather if a saw Chevy Chase and Steve Martin dragging at the traffic lights.

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Ever noticed that men tend not to have as many wrinkles as women? Well it may come at a price. Men secrete slightly more sebum on the skin than women and this natural oil is used to moisturise the skin and prevent it from drying out (ever noticed men tend to sweat more?) and help prevent the build up of certain bacteria. Basically sebum is vital for healthy hair and skin which is why men tend to wrinkle less, as well as produce more hair growth – on their body that is…

How to Deal With an Oily ScalpSebum is a bit of a double edged sword in many ways. Too much sebum can block pores in the skin and lead to acne (which is why acne is more common in men) and with sebum comes an increased level of DHT which is essentially the most common cause of hair loss. Of course not all men with an oily scalp are bald (think Colin Farrell at the Oscars last year) so it begs the question – if your locks are a bit on the shiny side, how do you know if your time with them is running out?

Well, those most likely to be affected by sebum in regard to hair loss are those who are sensitive to the effects of DHT on the scalp. In other words, those who have a family history of hair loss are more likely to go down the same path. Nearly 80% of men will experience male pattern baldness at some stage of their life but it’s a relief to know that sometimes the genetic trait can skip a generation. So, if your hair’s a bit on the slick side, the first step in managing the onset of hair loss is to keep the sebum levels down.

Ever heard that you should try to limit washing your hair to once a week? The whole myth that over-washing strips your scalp of its natural oils is just that – a myth. Shampoos aren’t as harsh as they once were and daily washing won’t deplete the scalp of its natural oils. If your scalp starts to get a bit dry, switch to a milder option – one that’s designed for daily, frequent washes. Now you’ve got no excuse to ditch regular shampooing. You wouldn’t go a week without washing your face so why should you let dirt and oil gather on your scalp?

There are some foods that can trigger hair loss and if you’ve got a naturally oily scalp, there are some others you should also try to avoid. It’s a bit like the whole ‘crisps and chocolate give you pimples – or do they?’ thing. Although there’s no concrete evidence, spicy and oily foods are said to stimulate the oil production glands. These foods might not singularly contribute to hair loss, but it can’t hurt to be on the cautious side. A clean, healthy scalp is after all essential for healthy hair growth, as is nutrition.

Essentially, hair loss related to sebum or an oily scalp is largely genetic. If you’re in the shower and notice you’ve got less and less hair to wash each time, you should think about getting a specialists opinion about the nature of the condition. DHT may not be the only factor at play or you may have naturally high levels of DHT, regardless of sebum production.

There are FDA approved treatments for hair loss that will effectively manage the condition in the large majority of cases but an individualised approach based on a personalised diagnosis is the most important thing in obtaining maximum results.

If you’d like to find out more, contact the Belgravia Centre on 020 7730 6666 to speak to a hair loss and scalp specialist, or send an email. Or you might wish to fill in the online diagnostic form for some advice and access to a world-wide mail-order hair loss treatment course.

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Stick to the recommended use for best results with the HairMax LaserCombName: Stanley

Question: Hi, recently I just bought the HairMax LaserComb. The instruction stated that I just need to use the comb 3 times a week. I was wondering what if I use the laser comb every day does it have any side effect or even better result? Thx

Answer: Instant messaging, webcams, fast food, liposuction… In today’s society, it’s natural to want what you want right away. Sometimes however, slow and steady wins the race.

The HairMax LaserComb is an FDA cleared device used for encouraging hair growth in hair loss sufferers, but the actual process of hair growth is relatively slow. In line with any other product, it is best to stick to the manufacturer’s recommendation and trust that the experts know what they’re talking about. Using the Laser Comb more than the recommended frequency does not lead to a better result, as per the manufacturer’s guideline, and any deviation from their guideline is not recommended, as no one has tried it previously.

It is important to note that the HairMax LaserComb is effective in encouraging hair growth and making the hair stronger, but you’ll reap the most rewards when you use the Laser Comb alongside the other two FDA approved hair loss treatments.

These primary medications are what essentially control the balding process while the Laser Comb helps augment their effectiveness and works to encourage optimum re-growth. It is advisable however that you consult a specialist to get an individualised recommendation, either by visiting the centre (call 020 7730 6666 to book) or by filling in the online diagnostic form.

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Men and women suffering from hair loss need access to therapy to deal with the psychological issues associated with it, according to experts.

A recent poll which questioned over 1,400 people in the UK found that a quarter of people with hair loss felt distressed when they looked in the mirror, 33% felt self-conscious, and almost 20% said they lacked confidence in social situations.

According to the report’s author, health psychologist Dr Nigel Hunt, a “significant minority” of people were found to be at risk of serious psychosocial consequences, including depression, anxiety, lower self-esteem and identity change.

“While hair loss affects a quarter of the population, the psychosocial consequences are relatively unknown,” Dr Hunt said. “This report looks beneath the surface to reveal the fundamental reasons why hair loss has such an impact on those who suffer and the extent to which it holds a negative perception in society.”

The results found that the negative implications of hair loss were personally and professionally damaging – those polled said the condition would have a “significant risk” of damaging relationships and worried their sexual attractiveness would decrease as a result of it, and 30% said women with hair loss could be discriminated against at work, whereas only 15% agreed men would be discriminated against.

Around 2% of the population suffers from alopecia areata which has long been associated with stress and other autoimmune disorders, while the majority of people are affected by male pattern baldness or female pattern hair loss.

“This report provides help to develop understanding of the relatively uncharted psychosocial impact of the condition across the UK. It demonstrates that hair loss cannot be dismissed as a one-dimensional problem but is a serious issue that requires emotional support,” Dr Hunt said.

Hair loss is not a one-dimensional issueIf you’d like to find out more about the different types of conditions and the most effective treatments for hair loss, call the Belgravia Centre on 020 7730 6666 to talk to a hair loss specialist. You’ll find empathetic and sincere experts who can help and guide you in making the best decision about your individual condition and make recommendations based on a personal diagnosis. The online diagnostic form also allows you access to specialist advice and treatment without the need to visit the London centre.

However, many people wish to meet a hair loss specialist in person which is why, as from June 2009, the Belgravia Centre specialists will be holding consultation days throughout the country. For information about locations and dates, call free on 0800 011 4201 or send an email.

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Sean Connery spent most of his 007 days wearing a toupeeCould the original James Bond have had the power to change the world’s perception of male pattern baldness? The legendary Sean Connery began to lose his hair at the age of 17 and consequently wore a toupee in the seven Bond movies he starred in. However, his lack of hair didn’t hinder his chances when he was named People Magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive” at age 59, beating many younger men for the coveted title.

Today youth, strength and virility are all associated with hair, but what a difference it might have made for bald men the world over had the most visible male sex symbol alive saved the world from Goldfinger while sporting a shiny pate.

Sean Connery didn't let baldness affect his lifeAs it happens, male pattern baldness is no more socially acceptable now than it was when 007 covered his chrome-dome with a hair piece. Hair loss affects up to 80% of men but it’s a common source of embarrassment for many. Although he covered up for his Bond role, Connery has happily shown his balding head to the world in other movies and in his personal life ever since. It may be effortless for the ‘Sexiest Man Alive’, but for the rest of mankind hair loss is less than easy to deal with.

If the same kind of medically proven hair loss treatments that are available today were around in Connery’s time, he may not have needed the wig, so you’ve got to wonder if he’d still be as smooth as he is today. Then again, if the directors had cast 007 as a naturally balding but nonetheless strong and virile man, perhaps there’d be little use for such hair loss treatments.

"I wasn't expecting any miracles... but the regrowth was obvious"

To find out more about hair loss types and treatments, contact the Belgravia Centre on 020 7730 6666 or send an email. The UK’s leaders in hair loss prevention have been successfully preventing and reversing the effects of hair loss for more than 15 years. To find out what you can do about your hair loss, fill in the online diagnostic form. A Belgravia hair loss specialist will examine the results and you’ll be contacted with the results and an individual recommendation.

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Sometimes it’s the mirror. Other times it’s your mates. It could even be your brush or your sweater. No matter where the first indication of hair loss comes from, it will inevitably trigger some degree of concern. You may begin to ask yourself: ‘Am I losing more hair than usual?’ ‘Is that a spot where I’m beginning to lose hair?’ And if you’ve got a history of hair loss in the family and Uncle Bob’s bald as a brass door knob, you may just wonder how much hair you will eventually lose.
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The answer isn’t easy to discern by yourself. There are no strict rules when it comes to hair loss and any number of factors can play a part in the acceleration of the balding process. Stress levels, health, nutrition, and various lifestyle choices can influence hair loss but every person’s hair loss is also individualised by their heredity, medical history, age and gender. The extent of the balding process is individual to you and there’s no real way of determining what level of damage to expect, so the next and most important question is – what can you do about it?

Because hair loss is individual, this question also requires and individualised answer, and just as with other questions regarding your health, you will need expert advice from a hair loss specialist. With years of experience in dealing with hair loss, they’ll be able to answer all your questions such as why you’re losing your hair, what can be done about it, as well as give you an indication of the likely extent of the balding process as relevant to you. While nothing is certain, the answer may be found in your family or personal history of hair loss, your lifestyle, as well as from studies of hair loss.

Hair loss is a very common phenomenon that affects 8 in 10 men, but many people still wonder why they lose their hair. The most common cause of permanent hair loss in men is male pattern baldness. It has a genetic basis and tends to run in the family – on either side – but can skip generations. There are many other causes however, and before any treatment for hair loss is contemplated, the cause of the hair loss should be correctly diagnosed by a specialist.

Recommendations for hair loss treatment provide you with options based on the expert assessment by the hair loss specialist and the very best treatments available. Options may include medical hair loss treatments, hair growth boosters, surgical hair transplants, non-surgical hair replacement, or a combined approach to to tackle hair loss.

Call the Belgravia Centre on 020 7730 666, or send an email to book an appointment with a hair loss specialist. After consultation, you can assess the answers you received to your questions, and the recommendation regarding your best options to take control of the condition, before deciding if you want to put a stop to the balding process. Alternatively, you could get the advice and recommendations you need via the online diagnostic form – offering a solution to hair loss for anyone in the world, without the need to visit the London centre.

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