Suffering from hair fall is undoubtedly a major health crisis. Experiencing growing baldness and noticing your hair to get thinner day by day, can lead to a horrific experience that should not be a part of anyone’s life. The impacts of hair loss can be very upsetting and embarrassing for any man or woman. There are some prescription medications that are helpful and can have an effective influence on your scalp but, recently many people are moving towards alternative treatments such as the red light therapy.
Like them, if you also plan to opt for the red light therapy to help you regain your full head of hair, then must make yourself aware of this novel procedure; and get to know whether this works or have a productive response or not. Here is some crisp information that will hopefully allow you to make an informed decision.
What is Red Light Therapy?
Red light therapy is also known as laser, soft laser and Low Level Laser Therapy, which is a form of light treatment that is safe ad it is being used more pervasively to treat genetic forms of hair loss (androgenetic alopecia or pattern balding) which are extremely common in men and women who have crossed the age of 35.
Red light therapy for hair loss used LED devices, which emits a red light at wavelength 630-670 nm. The red light is spread through a number of devices that are enhanced with the particular LED lights, in the form of,
How it works?
To understand how this process works, you will have to first understand the 3 phases of hair growth cycle:
1.Growth (anagen phase)
2.Resting (telogen phase)
3.Shedding (catagen phase)
What Red light therapy does is that they increase the blood flow or microcirculation in the scalp which further stimulates the metabolism in catagen or telogen follicles. This accelerates the production of anagen hair as stimulation of epidermal cells in their follicle bulge shifts the follicles into the anagen phase.
Advantages of Red Light Therapy
Why choose Sparha?
Sparha Advanced Wellness Studio is a one stop destination for all your dermatology related issues. They provide the state-of-the-art treatments to all of their patients and have all the advanced facilities to provide the best care possible.