Alopecia is the medical term used to describe the loss of hair on the human body.
A new website Amdlabusa.com has been launched to create awareness of a range of treatments that may be relevant for individuals suffering from hair loss. 7 principal form of hair loss exist including alopecia areata which covers loss of hair in patches anywhere on a person’s body, alopecia universalis which describes loss of all bodily hair, alopecia mucinosa or scaly patches of hair, alopecia barbae or loss of beard hair, traction alopecia caused by excessive pulling of the hair, androgenetic alopecia or thinning of scalp hair and alopecia totalis meaning loss of hair on the human head.
Effective alopecia treatments are delivered by qualified professionals from the bio-chemistry or biology disciplines. Initial examination of an alopecia case begins with a thorough audit appraisal of a patient’s medical history, lifestyle, general health, diet and hygiene routines. This is followed by a diagnostic medical assessment of a person’s hair and scalp together with microscopic analysis of their hair, follicles and roots.
After a medical diagnosis has been concluded, a treatment which utilizes a liquid solution containing natural substances without hormones is developed as specific formulations to suit a person’s specific hair loss need. Typically this includes the application of the specially formulated solution together with the application of heat and deep massage around and at the “point of baldness”. This type of therapy is designed to reduce tension in a person’s scalp, optimize the penetration of the treatment liquid and improve the circulation of the blood.
Dr Alan K Eiger, who leads the DMA Lab team commented: “We launched our new website to let people know that there is hope for hair loss sufferers. Alopecia is more common than most people realise and the application of natural remedies really can help restore hair loss. We encourage anyone who is concerned about a hair loss issue to explore natural remedies with a qualified treatment center ” .
Further information can be obtained at Amdlabusa.com.
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