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We often hear about miniaturization of hair when dealing with an important issue such as baldness and that is why it is useful to understand what it is and what it depends on.

Miniature hair can be a real problem and it is important to take action to try to stop a situation that, within a short time, could lead to going bald.

Miniature hair: how to recognize it

When talking about miniaturized hair, it is assumed that the hair is in its final stage, i.e. the one before falling out. This means that they could soon be falling out and/or optically disappearing. One of the fundamental characteristics of hair at an advanced stage of miniaturization is that it never exceeds 2 cm in length and, above all, is very thin. This is what makes them recognizable, and it is a good idea to do something about it when one notices the presence of hair with these characteristics.

They would look more like fluff than hair to the eye and this is another of the alarm bells to consider: the process of androgenetic alopecia may have already begun some time. What is the symptom of miniaturized hair? It is very important to try to answer this question because it is a fundamental aspect to try to understand if there is a possible solution to the problem.

We know very well that the hair loss carries with it a number of problems that are also reflected in the psychological sphere of those who suffer from this problem. Together with the hair falling, in fact, you lose confidence in themselves and in their physical appearance and this could have negative effects on relationships with others and, above all, on the perception that you have of your person.

Here, therefore, identifying causes and possible remedies is fundamental. Looking at what could be the causes of hair miniaturization, it must be stressed that everything points to the fact that the hair follicles are in a state of distress that does not allow them to succeed in producing healthy hair. Precisely for this reason, this phase of the hair should not be underestimated or taken lightly. As mentioned, the risk is to fail to catch the chronic process of androgenetic alopecia in time. One must, instead, try not to promote the atrophying of the follicle in such a way as to give one’s hair a chance. If, on the contrary, one tends to do nothing then instead of hair, in a very short time, there will be a bald area. This is, as you can easily guess, something to be avoided at all costs in order to be able to have healthy hair on your head as well.

How to do it? First and foremost, you need to ask for the support of a hair specialist who is able to advise you on what is best for your hair and to try to resolve a rather difficult situation but one that could be buffered. You have to act right away, though, because otherwise the process of hair loss could be accelerated and, without a doubt, this is to be avoided. With the right advice, one can try to limit the damage and bring the situation back into balance, so as to understand how to act so that one does not go bald. The most scientifically advanced therapies to date consist of the PRP and the stem cells of the bulb..

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