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Mesotherapy is a hair growing technique that is non-invasive. Superficial micro-injections are made below the epidermis of the skin to specific tissues. The term meso has originated from mesoderm which is the second or middle layer of the skin. This treatment can successfully trigger the mesoderm thereby relieving an array of ailments and symptoms. The injected solution is a combination of co-enzymes, amino acids, minerals and vitamins. The solution is tailored to suit each patient’s condition and their treatment plan.
How is mesotherapy used for hair regrowth?
Mesotherapy is used around the world for successful hair regrowth. It is a painless procedure when performed by an expert. Local anesthesia and dressing are not required for this procedure. Some of the broad objectives that could be achieved via this procedure include the regrowth of hair follicle, neutralization of excess dihydrotestosterone and the stimulation of blood circulation around the skull area.
Highlights of the mesotherapy procedure:
This procedure involves the application of both chemical and physical stimulation. A small dose of a variety of medications is administered by a hair expert in certain areas of the skull. The dosage and the area of administration would be decided based on the condition of the person getting treated. The solution acts like a bullet and targets the specific areas of the skull.
- Mechanical: A needle is used to create a microspore into the skull. This helps to create elastin and collagen- the two most important ingredients for hair growth. This process doesn’t interfere with the hair already present but ensures the growth of new hair follicles.
- Chemical: A chemical solution is injected into the skull to stimulate hair growth. This solution helps in improving the blood circulation, reducing inflammation and increasing collagen and elastin. The composition of the solution is made based on the specific issues of each patient and therefore varies between patients.
Duration of the treatment:
Each session of mesotherapy lasts for around 10 to 30 minutes. The timing is purely based on the surface area of the skull that is being treated. On an average, it requires around 10-12 sittings or sessions with an expert to stimulate hair growth. To start with, an intensive treatment plan is required for the first couple of months to see visible results. Once the patient starts responding to the treatment, the frequency of treatment gradually decreases. To ensure that the hair grows naturally and there is no hair fall after the treatment is complete, a maintenance treatment might be necessary every quarter.
The price of the treatment is dependant on the number of sessions required to stimulate hair growth. Some experts also charge based on the extent of hair fall and the chances of hair revival. There are experts who charge on an hourly basis as well.
I'm 22 years old I've problem of high blood pressure, Doctors have given metosartan tab. I guess it's endocrine hypertension bcz of hormonal imbalances. Is permanent treatment available for high BP due to hormonal imbalances? please advice með
What is the good diet for uric acid of any patient of age 59? Also, to avoid fistula what will be the food?
Dear sir I want to loose my weight .i am in sales job so its very tuff to ignore out side food or exercise. Pls help sir pls.
Good evening doctor, my father's age is 66 years. He is having no smoking and drinking habits. But he is having writers cramps disease. Unable to hold pen .While drinking tea or coffee hand shakes, while shaving also hand shakes. Now the problem is 10 days back he suffered from fever .After giving paracetamol its gone. Last night he felt that his left hand fingers had trembled involuntary for few seconds at midnight during his sleep. He noticed it and told to us. He is having no pain at that time. Is it any problem or a sign of stroke or any thing. Can any one please suggest a solution. What to do.
Osteoporosis happens when bone density decreases and the body stops producing as much bone as it did before.It can affect both males and females, but it is most likely to occur in women after menopause, because of the sudden decrease in estrogen, the hormone that normally protects against osteoporosis.
I am suffering from piles and I am taking homeopathic medical it will cure or not doctor told me to take for one year.
There are so many and such varied factors that can cause oily hair. However there are few simple preventive measures one can taken to get rid of this problem as well.
My daily BP is around 103/155 and have been taking TELMA 40. Recently on getting test report my serum creatinine level was 1.7, toral protein = 6.1, Vitamin d total = 6.7, Conjugated (D Bilirubin = 0.4, LD cholesterol = 75.5, Total cholesterol= 140.0, Cystatin C, Serum = 1.08, GFR, MDRD = 1.20, GFR estimated = 63 Kidney Failure less than 15. Pl advise what to do in view of reports.
"More than ever before in human history, we share a common destiny. We can master it only if we face it together. And that, my friends, is why we have the United Nations." - Kofi Annan
Kofi Annan passed away in Switzerland, at the age of 80. He was Secretary General of United Nations from 1997 - 2006. He was the only Black African to have served at this coveted position. Apart from being Secretary General, he was also a winner of Nobel Peace Prize, which he shared with UN itself.
What World Leaders said about his sad demise:
Leaders all over the world are shocked over his death. Here are some of the statements made by popular leaders:
UK PM Theresa May:
"Sad to hear of the death of Kofi Annan. A great leader and reformer of the UN, he made a huge contribution to making the world he has left a better place than the one he was born into. My thoughts and condolences are with his family."
UN Chief Antonio Guterres:
"In many ways, Kofi Annan was the United Nations. He rose through the ranks to lead the organization into the new millennium with matchless dignity and determination"
Ex-US President Barack Obama:
"Annan had always pursued 'a better world'."
A quick timeline of Kofi Annan’s life and career
- Born on 8th April 1938 in Kumasi, Ghana.
- Completed his schooling in 1957 from Cape Coast.
- Got his first job at UN in 1962
- Graduated from MIT in 1972
- Becomes UN Secretary-General in 1997
- Got Nobel Peace prize in 2001
- Became head of the delegation to find a resolution to Syria conflict in 2012
- Bids farewell to the world in 2018
Cause of Death of Kofi Annan
Kofi Annan was in Switzerland, with his family by his side, during his last days. The details of his death are still sketchy, and his family has not yet released official information about the cause of death; except that he died of a short sickness. However, some of the publications believe that he died due to a Protracted Illness.
A protracted illness is a type of sickness that typically lasts a few months. This is different from a Chronic illness that could last for a very long time. There could be multiple reasons for a Protracted illness, like pneumonia, bronchitis, etc. An example of a Chronic illness is Diabetes.
The statement released by his family about his death did not divulge many details about what type of sickness he was suffering from and there are only theories at this time. However, the details would probably be available soon that what caused the death of this peacekeeper.
Kofi Annan worked towards making the world a better place. His work encapsulated all the corners of the world, with a special focus on the African continent, where he worked tirelessly for the upliftment of all the countries. He ensured that his work would not stop, even in his absence. For this, he set up Kofi Annan foundation in 2007. This foundation is now taking forward the causes he was working on.
Here is a parting quote from this visionary leader who will be forever missed:
"To live is to choose. But to choose well, you must know who you are and what you stand for, where you want to go and why you want to get there."