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Hair Loss In Men in Oklahoma City & Tulsa OK

What is Hair loss?

Hair is a great way to measure one’s health. There are many things which can cause hair loss such as sickness, stress, bad nutrition, low testosterone, and low HGH levels. Men who experience thinning hair or baldness it is important to find out the reason for the condition and then you can find the best solution. Alopecia is the medical term for hair loss and there are two major types: Alopecia Areata and Alopecia effluvium. The most common are Alopecia effluvium and it is the least severe of the two. In this case, your hair follicles become dormant and stop growing. Within a few months, these hairs will fall out of your head. In this case, within the next 9 months, the hairs will regrow, and this is typically called thinning hair. Alopecia Areata is when your follicles are attacked by your white blood cells, causing patches of hair to fall out. We call this balding, and though it starts with thinning, your hair may or may not grow back.

Hair Loss and Testosterone/HGH

Men’s hair loss and the deficiency of testosterone and HGH are closely related. Much like woman do in Menopause, men have a similar decline in their natural hormones. Understand that a man’s hormones affect almost every body function. Hair loss in men and hormones are closely related. When Testosterone and HGH levels are not optimized, it affects the ability of the scalp to produce and regenerate hair follicles. Testosterone, when it is not optimized, can cause a production of DHT (dihydrotestosterone) a derivative. This DHT can shorten the growth cycle, cause hair to die and regress, thus causing baldness prematurely.

Stress and Hair Loss

Cortisol is a hormone which is produced by stress. Stress is often a result of not having your hormones optimized. Cortisol can lead to hair loss as well as collagen depletion, insulin problems, bone density decline, and overall wellness problems. By optimizing your HGH and Testosterone levels, you can reduce your stress thus counteracting stress related hair loss.

Hair Loss and Thyroid Imbalance

Often hair loss is a sign of thyroid issues. When one contracts a thyroid condition, it is usually a symptom of hormone imbalances. When it is noticeable that your hair is becoming more coarse, dry, and more easily tangled, it is a sign that your thyroid (Hypothyroidism) may become a hair loss issue. Hair loss is a typical symptom of thyroid disorders and can occur on the head, face, or body.

Nutrition Deficiencies and Hair Loss

Making sure you eat right is important to keeping your hair. When your body lacks the things it needs like nutrients, minerals, and vitamins, the body, and organs within cannot function properly. This obviously would include hair growth. Lack of protein, zinc, and Biotin, as well as excess in Carotenes and Vitamin A, have all been shown to directly affect hair loss.

The Solution

At Oklahoma Men’s Clinic, we first identify your need for either Our Vitality Blended Testosterone Hormone Therapy or our Restore Low-Level HGH Therapy. By using state of the art testing and our provider evaluation, we will recommend the best therapy for you. Our goal at Oklahoma Men’s Clinic is to restore you to the man you used to be, and in some cases even better. Remember you do not have to live with hair loss because we have customized plans of actions and therapies that are as individual as you are. Contact Oklahoma Men’s Clinic today to learn more about reducing your hair loss, and increasing your overall wellness.