How to Treat Hair Loss Due to Anxiety and Stress

Posted by on May 22, 2018

Stress and anxiety can cause hair loss in some individuals. In fact, someone that is stressed about losing hair may find that this stress actually contributes to the hair loss. There is definitely a complex relationship taking place between anxiety, stress, and loss of hair, which can make the condition more difficult to treat. Treating hair loss that is connected to stress and anxiety must be left to the experts. At Antech Hair, we understand that hair loss itself is stressful and we have dealt with these types of situations many times in the past. We’d be happy to provide you with a free consultation in order to determine the best treatment plan for you. Sometimes just knowing that you are doing something about it is enough to lower the stress levels you’re feeling. Taking the first step forward can be tough but we encourage you to take a look at the long-term picture. We have been able to help many people with their hair loss problems and would love the chance to help you with yours. We are a friendly and understanding group of professionals that work with different conditions such as Alopecia Areata and Telogen Effluvium. Whether your hair loss is caused by stress, aggravated by anxiety or has been caused by something completely different, we have different treatment options available for you. If you have any questions or concerns at all about anxiety and stress and how these conditions can lead to hair loss, please call our clinic today at 647-697-8746. We are a leading Toronto clinic for individuals that are ready to address their hair loss through proven scientific methods. Please visit our website at today to learn more about our approaches and treatment...

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Antech Solutions for Women’s Hair Loss

Posted by on Oct 26, 2016

It used to be considered as strictly a male issue, but recent studies have shown that as much as 40% of the female population suffers from hair loss. Hair loss in women can affect confidence but fortunately, there is something that you can do about it. Antech is a hair loss treatment clinic in Toronto & Mississauga, and our experts can  treat female hair loss without drugs, wigs, surgery or needles. We use Ludwig Classification to help describe the hair loss found in women. Female pattern loss of hair is different than male pattern baldness. A woman that has Type I hair loss experiences a small amount of thinning that certain hairstyling techniques can camouflage. A woman with Type II hair loss will notice that her midline part is widening noticeably and that she is experiencing quite a bit of hair loss. Type III hair loss includes diffuse thinning and you can see through the hair on top of the scalp. Female Hair Loss Causes A woman can lose hair for a variety of reasons including one or a combination of the reasons listed below: Nutrition and diet Hormone imbalances Improper or scalp hygiene Chemical damages Side effects of medications Stress Trauma to the hair Genetics Pregnancy Overuse of Styling Agents The list below shows the most common causes of hair loss in women that we see at Antech Hair and Skin Clinics. Women come in with a variety of symptoms or signs that may include any of the following: Hair texture changes Hair partition widening Extra hair loss Hair breaking, fragile and excessively dry Hair loss due to stress Soreness, tingling and burning of the scalp with accompanying hair loss Hair loss due to weather conditions Lifeless, limp or oily hair It’s normal for everyone to lose hair and it’s estimated that we lose approximately 50 to 100 hairs per day. Once this amount is exceeded, however, you’re losing hair at an abnormal rate. You may notice more hair than normal collecting in your hairbrush or in the shower drain. You may also notice hair falling into your hands when running your fingers through it. Fortunately, there is something you can do about this issue to see visible results. Visit Antech, the top hair loss treatment clinic in Toronto & Mississauga. To find out more about our techniques please call us at 905-362-0226 or visit our website at for more...

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Antech’s Laser Hair Removal Tips

Posted by on Aug 23, 2016

Antech’s Laser Hair Removal Tips When it’s time to remove unwanted hair for good, laser hair removal is usually the best option. Imagine never having to worry about that hair again! In order to get maximum results from your laser hair removal treatment, follow the tips provided below. You’ll be able to experience faster and better results by following these simple guidelines.   Avoid Getting a Tan Make sure that you don’t have a tan when you’re scheduled to receive the laser treatment. This technique can’t be performed on tanned skin because melanin, the brown pigment in skin, is targeted with the laser. When you have a tan it means that the melanin has been exposed to the sun’s ultraviolet rays and makes it more sensitive. If treatment is attempted when the skin is tanned it can make your skin look blotchy and uneven and can even cause blisters and burns. It is best to avoid tanning before the laser treatment and six weeks after it.   Shave Before the Treatment Before visiting Antech Hair for your laser removal you should trim or shave the hair as close to the skin surface as possible. This will allow the laser to concentrate its efforts on a shorter hair shaft for better results. The longer the hair, the less effective the treatment will be and there is also more chance of a burn occurring due to a disbursement of the laser’s energy. It is recommended that you shave or trim on the same day of the treatment but do not do any waxing or plucking before the removal. The laser needs to target the melanin or pigment of your skin. If there is no root left there won’t be any pigment left to target.   Follow the Treatment Schedule For optimum results body hair should be targeted every 6 to 8 weeks while facial hair requires a treatment every 4 to 6 weeks. Simply put, if you aren’t consistent with the schedule you won’t experience optimum results.   Hair Colour The colour of your hair will influence whether laser hair removal is an option for you or not. This type of removal does not work on blonde, grey or white hairs because they don’t contain the brown melanin that the laser targets. As well, if you have red hairs the laser treatment won’t be as effective so electrolysis is usually recommended as an alternative. To find out more about laser removal or to schedule an appointment please call Antech, the Laser Hair Removal, Hair Loss Treatment Clinic in Toronto & Mississauga, at 647-697-8746 or 905-896-1074 for...

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