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16
Mar

Hair Loss in Men

HAIR LOSS IN MEN AND RECOMMENDED TREATMENTS Hair loss can be emotionally and psychologically devastating for some men and their self-esteem. Male pattern hair loss accounts for 95% of all hair loss conditions in men. By the age of 35, roughly two-thirds of all men will have noticeable hair loss. By the age of 50, approximately 85 percent of men
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16
Mar

Hair loss in Women

FEMALE HAIR LOSS AND TREATMENTS   Female hair loss can be emotionally and psychologically damaging for women. One-third of women will have hair loss at some point in their lives. It is as high as two-thirds for postmenopausal women. A certain amount of hair loss is normal and undetectable – on average, most people lose 50 to 100 hairs every
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3
Feb

What is AAPE? What are the advantages of AAPE in concerns of hair loss?

AAPE IS A HAIR LOSS THERAPY BASED ON STEM CELL EXOSOMES Even though hair loss is a common occurrence in the United States and Canada, many individuals are embarrassed by it and will spend money on treatments that claim to increase hair or make it seem fuller. Although cosmetic surgery can have life-changing consequences, some people prefer a less invasive
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29
May

Male Pattern Hair Loss and Solutions

Male pattern baldness refers to a type of loss of hair on the scalp in men. It happens as hormone levels change over a man’s lifetime, and especially in the later years. It is thought to affect 50 million men in the United States, and half of all men by the age of 50 years. Although a natural part of the aging
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29
May

Female Hair Loss and Solutions

Hair loss in women is just that — when a woman experiences unexpected, loss of hair. Generally, people shed between 50 and 100 single hairs per day. Hair shedding is part of a natural balance — some hairs fall out while others grow in. When the balance is interrupted — when hair falls out and less hair grows in —
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29
May

AAPE and PRP for Hair Loss

Alopecia is a serious issue that impacts many people’s lives in Canada. In fact, over 50% of men and 33% of women suffer from alopecia, commonly known as hair loss: a progressive disease that may affect confidence, self-esteem, job opportunities, and personal relationships. Today, traditional non-invasive treatments require patients to take a drug or use topical medications, such as Propecia
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24
Apr

LED VS LASERS FOR HAIR GROWTH TREATMENTS: WHICH IS BETTER?

For devices that use actual lasers, this is exactly the case. However, a large majority of LLLT helmets use LEDs (Light-Emitting Diodes) in place of medical grade lasers, there is a big difference between the two.

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