We’ve heard it all when it comes to hair growth solutions. There are so many different theories, home-remedies, and old wives’ tales about how to grow your hair back faster, but most of them are not backed by any type of science.
The one thing that causes most male pattern baldness hair loss, and hair loss in general, is genetics. The common reason is aging. As our bodies age and metabolism slows, even if we consume the necessary elements to grow hair, our follicles start to slow down and become dormant.
We’ve all made New Year’s resolutions that we end up giving up on a few weeks into the new year, but why not make 2024 different!
Hair pulling is a common habit for many people, but for some, it goes beyond a simple habit and becomes a medical disorder known as Trichotillomania. This condition can have serious consequences, affecting not only physical health but also emotional well-being.
Outside forces can affect how your hair grows, but could the type of brush or comb that you’re using every day, be causing you to lose hair?
There’s a certain obsession with knowing whether or not certain celebrities or public figures have had plastic surgery or hair transplants. Knowing if the people on TV naturally look as good as they do or if they have paid to keep up their appearance, is one thing that everyone seems to be intrigued by.
You don’t always hear about San Antonio when it comes to amazing food scenes, but don’t be fooled, we have some of the best food in the country. Whether you’re in the mood for steak, Tex-Mex, seafood or any other type of cuisine, San Antonio will not disappoint.
The journey of losing weight can be a tough one for a lot of people. While exercise and proper diet are the keys to success when it comes to losing weight, not everyone has the time or ability to stick to these traditional methods of weight loss. Because of this, weight loss drugs and supplements have become a multimillion dollar business around the globe.
Technology is always advancing in the field of hair transplant surgery and hair loss treatments, but oftentimes we find that technology that is typically used in other medical applications, may benefit those suffering from hair loss as well.