Hair loss is an issue that we consider with its consequences rather than its causes. However, a result-oriented approach alone is not enough to combat this situation. Hair loss is a problem that needs to be treated with appropriate methods. Therefore, unfortunately, we cannot talk about a satisfactory solution option that may be suitable for everyone.
There may be many reasons for the problem of hair loss that you can think of or that you have not even thought of.
As can be seen; Many factors, from genetic predisposition to your hair collection style, can trigger hair loss. Therefore, each cause should be considered in itself and a treatment route should be established by considering the trigger factors rather than the result.
On some platforms, you may come across very clear and assertive statements on this subject. Various herbal recipes, mixtures or hair care products on the market shelves may seem attractive enough to make you think that you can get rid of this problem in a practical way. However, let me state that this is not very compatible with hair science. If you have a genetic predisposition; No shampoo or hair mask can help you prevent hair loss. Likewise, unless hormonal disorders or systematic diseases affecting hair follicles are controlled, you cannot stop hair loss caused by these problems by applying home care. The only way to combat this problem is to act with a realistic and scientific approach. When you apply the right and conscious care to your hair, you will support the health of the hair and scalp. This is no small thing. However, it is debatable whether it will be sufficient on its own.
Hair transplantation is not a treatment method that helps prevent hair loss. Hair transplantation is an option that should be considered in cases where baldness is permanent and hair loss becomes stable . If we are sure that the lost hair will not grow back, if the hair loss problem does not continue actively, if the balding areas have turned into aesthetic concerns, we can consider hair transplantation. The primary step should be to prevent or delay hair loss that will require hair transplantation, not hair transplantation.