See Nutreve’s new even more effective Pulsed Laser Wave Technology in action and hear about the myths that surround common hair loss in men. 95% of men’s hair loss is caused by — Androgenetic Alopecia — which is related to a genetic trait inherited from either side of the family.
Lasers are defined by the type of medium that they make use of such as gas, color, strong state or excimer. The distinction between a continual wave (cw) laser and also a Q-switched laser is simply characterized by the length or duration of the laser emission.
A continual wave laser runs with steady or continuous outcome power. The result power of a cw laser is commonly measured in watts. A Q-switched laser is normally categorized as a pulsed laser, as its outcome is characterized by pulses of power which take place at a certain pulse repetition frequency. Within the cavity of the Q-switched laser there is a nonlinear crystal, referred to as a Q-switch, that does not permit any kind of release of laser light before it is opened up. This suggests that energy is accumulated in a Q-switched laser which is after that launched when opening the Q-switch and this can create a very strong laser pulse. These pulses normally have a pulse size of 1-5 ns (depending on the tooth cavity style) and also have peak powers in the megawatt array.
5th and Last Update: Dec 19, 2016. By the end of my 6 month Laser Hair Growth trial with the iRestore Laser Hair Restoration Helmet, my hair has improved!
This is the final update I’ll be doing in this series. It’s been 6 months since I started using the laser therapy helmet (with a couple weeks off around month 4) The results of the trial are that my hair texture is definitely improved and the difference can both be felt and seen. The small hairs growing in where my hair was thinning most appear to be healthy and thick at the root. My hair in general feels denser, stronger, and more resilient, unlike before when the hair shafts were thin and brittle.
I can now run my hands or a comb through my hair without fear of breaking or pulling them out by the root. I’ve noticed less shedding on my clothes and bathroom floor versus prior to and just after starting the treatment. Even with my hair cut short, you can’t see my scalp through my hair if I style it up, use a bit of product, or it blows in the wind. At certain angles and in strong light, it might not look as good, but those are fewer and far between now. While I’m disappointed that I didn’t see a ton of improvement at my recession lines, the hair that I have seems to be improving in quality, and I haven’t noticed any significant hair loss or thinning in the last few months. I am using the shampoo, leave in treatment, and oral supp in addition to the helmet and I think as a system it has made a difference.
I’m happy with the results and my improved sense of confidence and I’m glad that I started addressing the issue now before it got any worse than it did. I believe that while the treatment is helping me arrest or slow the progression of my hair loss, it remains to be seen if there will be any significant or noticeable regrowth over the long term. For now, I’ll continue to use the product regularly and may even do an update after another 6 months has passed. But of course, if you subscribe to my channel you’ll see me in other videos on a regular basis and can judge for yourself if my hair is improving or getting worse over time.
Thanks to everyone who has been supportive and asked questions. I hope I’ve helped you with your research and wish you well on your own journeys with your hair. Video Rating: / 5
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