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However, recent research shows promising results behind stem cell therapy for hair loss, including:
Hair follicle regeneration
Stopping further hair loss
Producing thicker, fuller hair
And a minimally invasive and painless treatment
Current Hair Loss Restoration Methods
More than 80 percent of men and about 50 percent of women will have significant hair loss in their lifetime. While aging is the most common cause, other things such as stress, menopause, smoking, and certain prescription medicines can also cause hair loss.
Suffering from hair loss is more than just a cosmetic issue. An individual can have a drastic change in their quality of life and experience depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem.
Believe it or not, solutions to hair loss have been tried and tested for thousands of years! Allegedly, even Julius Caesar attempted a combination of ground-up horse teeth, mice, and bear grease as suggested by his lover, Cleopatra. But, of course, it goes without saying that treatment didn’t work, and some say that’s why he started wearing a laurel leaf crown to cover his bald spot.
While there have been significant advances in remedying hair loss, very few offer genuinely satisfying results. The most common treatments today include minoxidil and finasteride, but even those treatments aren’t entirely effective. Hair transplants are available to rebuild lost hairlines and bald areas with dead follicles.
How Stem Cell Therapy for Hair Loss Works
Researchers are closely studying stem cell therapy for hair loss and other possible benefits that could help with anti-aging and wellness. Specifically, researchers are studying the effectiveness of stem cell exosomes, which seem to have a promising impact on fair follicle rejuvenation and hair growth.
Stem cells are known for their ability to regenerate and multiply any kind of cell, making them a promising solution to naturally healing one’s body. Stem cell exosomes are the tiny bubbles inside stem cells that contain proteins. These tiny bubbles eventually get released so stem cells can successfully communicate with other cells.
Researchers state that the regenerative proteins inside the exosomes can impact hair growth, targeting mitochondrial elements and signaling the proper molecules. Someone may need other kinds of treatment combined with stem cell therapy depending on the amount of hair loss, but stem cell therapy is considered safe with minimal to no side effects.
When considering stem cell therapy for hair loss, please note that the FDA has not yet approved this treatment. Stem cell therapy for hair loss is still considered experimental, so if you are wondering if you would be a good candidate for this procedure, please discuss it with your doctor. Our Cendant Stem Cell Center team is also happy to answer any questions to help you make the best decision.
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