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How to Prevent Hair Loss When Losing Weight

Hair loss from weight loss is generally due to a condition known as telogen effluvium. Under normal circumstances, hair grows as much as ½ inch per month for approximately 2 years then goes into a resting phase knows as telogen. At the end of the resting phase, old hairs fall out to make room for new hairs. Approximately 10 percent of the hair goes into resting phase. Physical and emotional stress from dieting can cause more hair than usual to go into resting phase, and fall out when new hairs come in.

Prevent Hair Loss When Losing Weight - Rejuvenate

1. Make sure you are eating enough calories. While you do need to restrict calories for weight loss, restricting too much can cause hair loss because the body does not have enough energy to support hair growth.

2. Eat enough protein, which is a major component of the hair. Protein needs are based on individual factors such as body weight and activity levels.

3. Incorporate whole grains, fruits and vegetables into your diet. Whole grains contain iron which, according to the National Anaemia Action Council, is a major factor in hair loss. Fruits and vegetables also contain vitamins A, C and E as well as zinc, which all contribute to hair growth.

4. Take a nutritional supplement, such as a multivitamin, which contains at least 100 percent of your RDA for all vitamins and minerals.

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What factors are responsible for hair fall in women and how it can be controlled?


After age 40-45 years losing near about 100 hairs a day is normal and these hair will get replaced naturally. But, if you are losing more than that, there could be abnormal hair loss. It is called androgenetic alopecia that affects 20 million women in the India, though the number might actually be close to 30 million. Androgenetic alopecia causes women to lose their hair in a diffuse manner, meaning that hair begins to thin and shed uniformly across the scalp.

What factors are responsible for hair fall in women and how it can be controlled?


  • Telogen effluvium is the most common cause of a diffuse loss of hair with thinning.
  • Nutritional factors plays major role in hair loss .Ferritin deficiency is one of the main cause of hair fall in Indian women.
  • Female pattern baldness: similar to male pattern baldness, there is more loss of hair at the top of scalp
  • If the DHT is increased in female body that will cause androgenetic alopecia. For women, androgenetic alopecia may be undetectable for quite some time.
  • Traction alopecia: It is a condition in which constant force is applied on hair. Eg. hair loss along the hairline due to prolonged wearing of tight ponytails.
  • Alopecia areata: There are several patches of hair loss in scalp.
  • Cicatricial alopecia : hair loss occurring after any injury, like burns, cuts and bruises or scars from physical or chemical traumas, any scar or incision site after a cosmetic or corrective surgery.
  • Use of certain medicines like anticancer drugs.
  • Stress: Stress play major role for hair fall. When our stress level is increased our body release negative hormones and they affect our body and also hairs.


In women, however, hair loss can be triggered by many factors, following diagnostic tests should be performed when attempting to pinpoint the hair loss trigger. There are some diagnostic tests for hair loss :- Hormone levels (DHEAs, testosterone, androstenedione, prolactin, follicular stimulating hormone, and leutinizing hormone) Serum iron, Serum Ferritin, Total iron binding capacity (TIBC), Thyroid stimulating hormone (T3, T4, TSH), VDRL (a screening test for syphilis), Complete blood count (CBC).

Scalp biopsy

A small section of scalp usually 4mm in diameter is removed and examined under a microscope to help determine the cause of hair loss.

Hair pull

The hair pull test is a simple diagnostic test in which the physician lightly pulls a small amount of hair (approx 100 simultaneously) in order to determine if there is excessive loss. Normal range is one to three hairs per pull Densitometry or tricoscan the densitometer is a handheld magnification device which is used check for miniaturization of the hair shaft.


Specialized Treatment for Women:

First of all use medical treatment for hair loss like, Multivitamin, calcium, Omega 3 fatty acid, Iron, Amino acid and topical Solution/foam Minoxidil 2-5%.The Solution/foam must be applied1ml.Directly on scalp twice daily. This treatment controls hair fall and increase thickness of hairs. Also it helps growth of villous hairs. Treating Androgenetic Alopecia with Laser Therapy Low level laser therapy has been proven effective in clinical studies. At the Rejuvenate hair transplant centre we offer two options for this new approach to hair loss prevention. In the office, patients may experience laser therapy with laser cap and use laser comb at your home. Both products are cleared by the FDA for the treatment of androgenetic alopecia in women


Hair transplantation is an ideal option for advanced cases of female pattern baldness and cicatricle alopecia.FUT (FOLICULAR UNIT TRANSPLANT OR STRIP METHOD) are good for female. In hair transplant a strip of skin is taken from back side of scalp and individual follicles are dissected. These follicles are implanted in bald area. After 4 months of transplant, hair follicles starts growing new hairs.

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LASER means “Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation”
A laser is a coherent electromagnetic field. In a coherent beam of electromagnetic energy, all the waves have the same frequency and phase.

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Hair Care in Rainy Season

The monsoons may be romantic but in reality, the weather takes a toll on your hair. Monsoon humidity leaves hair worn out, lifeless and brittle as a result, you lose clumps of hair during this season. We give you 7 effective tips that will help you prevent monsoon hair fall.

hair care in rainy season

1) Shampoo daily

Presence of environmental pollutants in rainwater may cause fungal infection on scalp that weakens roots and causes hair fall. But what you can do is wash and conditions your hair as soon as you get home. This is the only way you can keep your hair and scalp clean. Regular shampooing won’t lead to hair loss or dry scalp, provided you use a mild shampoo.

2) Drink plenty of water

Drinking at least 8-12 glasses of water daily is another tip to prevent hair loss in monsoon. Water helps wash off the toxins from our body. These toxins along with fungal infections can aggravate hair loss problem.

3) Oil and wash

Hair turns rough, dry and frizzy during monsoon. A quick and gentle oil massage followed by a hair wash results in smooth, frizz-free and manageable hair.

4) Use Aloe Vera gel

Aloe Vera is considered to be a miracle plant when it comes to all-natural hair care remedies. It can be used to treat dandruff, split ends and hair fall problems in any season. It maintains pH balance, reduces hair bacteria, relieves scalp itching, promotes hair growth and eliminates dandruff among many other notable benefits.

5) Avoid junk food

Restrict your consumption of junk food such as burger, fries, chips, sugary edibles, etc., to a bare minimum as it contributes to hair thinning. Hair fall indicates deficiency of some key ingredients in your system, so make sure you have a balanced and holistic diet. Start including protein-rich foods in your diet including soya bean, eggs, low-fat cheese, beans, salmon and yogurt to prevent hair fall in monsoon.

6) Eat sprouts

Eat a small bowl of sprouts daily. Also, include fresh fruits, leafy vegetables, raw salads and whole grains to complete your diet. Sprouts are rich in fibre and nutrients such as Vitamin E, Potassium and Iron; all these are effective constituents of lustrous hair that also prevent hair loss.

7) Cut caffeine

This can actually be one of the hardest, but excessive caffeine intake leads to dehydration which is another key reason for hair loss. So, the tip is to replace your daily coffee intake with a fruit beverage, milk, herbal tea or any other non-caffeinated drink to get a healthy and a shiny crown.

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Nose is most important structure of our Face & beauty nose is an organ of breathing.

Had Cleopatra’s nose been a few millimetres shorter the history of the world would have been different. A deformed nose draws attention to your face that cannot be compensated for by any amount of make up or jewellery. Rhinoplasty or surgery to reshape the nose, is one of the most common & most difficult of all cosmetic facial surgery procedures.


Rhinoplasty is as much art as it is science and you need to put your faith in the right artist to get results that make you healthy and happy. Rhinoplasty can reduce or increase the size of your nose, change the shape of the tip or the bridge, narrow the span of the nostrils, or change the angle between your nose and your upper lip caused by birth defects or injury Rhinoplasty is any cosmetic surgery to the nose. Most commonly, the procedure reshapes and resizes the nose. In some instances, rhinoplasty may also correct breathing problems. The procedure often alters nose size in relation to the rest of the face, the width of the bridge, the appearance of humps or depressions, the position of the nasal tip, the size of the nostrils, and asymmetry During rhinoplasty, the surgeon makes incisions to access the bones and cartilage that support the nose. The incisions are usually made inside the nose so that they are invisible after the surgery.

Depending on the desired result, some bone and cartilage may be removed, or tissue may be added (either from another part of the body or using a synthetic filler). After the surgeon has rearranged and reshaped the bone and cartilage, the skin and tissue is red raped over the structure of the nose. A splint is placed outside the nose to support the new shape of the nose as it heals.

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What Are The Common Causes Of Hair Loss?

Hair Loss Common Causes –

  • Dietary deficiency
  • Smoking
  • Stress
  • Pollution


Hormonal / Genetic factors

First and foremost, you have to understand that hair loss or hair growth is affected by many factors. For instance, almost 95% hair loss in men is due to genetics or hormonal factors, it is also known as male pattern baldness or Androgenetic Alopecia.


A proper diet play major role in healthy hair growth. In certain cases, Dietary deficiency cause severe hair loss, there could be a deficiency of protein, iron, vitamins, amino acids etc. In Indian female Iron deficiency is one of the major cause of hair loss.


Smoking increases the rate of baldness or male pattern baldness because it blocks our blood vessels which give nutrition to the hair roots.

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How Many Hair Folliclies Do I Need?

Here we are giving you very simple chart, you can make a rough judgment by seeing it and comparing your scalp status. Note that this will give you just a rough idea and final decision will be done by your transplant surgeon. This chart is Norwood grading of male patterned baldness.

Even with the high degree of male pattern alopecia (VII degree), there are 10 to 12 thousand follicular units left on the back of the head and behind the ears. Out of them 6000 to 8000 thousand units can be taken for transplantation during one or several procedures.

  • This amount of follicular units is sufficient for coverage of bald area of any size. Amount needed for achievement of certain cosmetic effect in individual patient is being determined during face to face consultation.
  • The result depends on the structure of hair (diameter, strengthens, color etc.) and number of follicular units. Patient can determine approximate number of grafts they need to achieve good result according to the scheme given below.



Even if you want we can also help you in diagnosis and deciding your grade of baldness. You can take your pictures and send them to us by, WhatsApp on 8120300300. We provide free consultation to discuss and ask hair transplant related questions.

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