Losing Hair in the Shower

Many individuals report significant hair loss—particularly after showering, noting that their hair appears increasingly thin. This is a common concern among both women and men.

Recent research has established a clear link between this type of hair loss and COVID-19, which can occur three months post-infection and last up to six months. Moreover, stress and depression can also trigger this condition.

Hair follicles naturally cycle through phases of growth, rest, and shedding. However, stress, nutritional deficiencies, and other factors can prematurely initiate the shedding phase, leading to more rapid hair loss.

Fortunately, we offer effective treatments. By accurately diagnosing the type of hair loss you are experiencing, we can customise a treatment plan for you. Our therapies, including medication, micronutrient supplements, LED therapy, and PRP or Tissue Engineering Technologies with PRP, effectively promote hair growth and minimise further loss.

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