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What-You-Should-Not-Do-Before-and-After-Getting-A-Hair-Transplant

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What You Should Not Do Before and After Getting A Hair Transplant

 

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Some men dread the idea of growing old in our world today. For starters, every place we frequent to is always exposed to pollution. The prices of commodities increase every year and there are fewer resources to go around with. Among the numerous scenarios men fear as they grow old is the loss of hair. This predicament changes a man from a youthful-looking individual into one showing signs of age. But just like any other problem, there are all kinds of solutions you can entertain. One of these options is getting reliable Manila hair treatment for men.

 

The basic idea of this procedure is to inspect viable hair follicles from different parts of your head or body, and transplant them into an area where hair is falling out. It requires a trusted hair professional, a substantial amount of money, and sufficient recovery time to pull off. Once all of these requirements have been attained, you can expect a healthy patch of hair on your head. But make no mistake, this procedure isn’t as easy as a walk in the park. There are certain things you should do before and after the hair transplant. Shown below are some of the things you should not do.

 

Engage in serious physical activity

You will be needing all the strength you have before undergoing a hair transplant procedure. In line with this thought, it’s not best to engage in any physical activity before or after the surgery. That’s because you need to save your strength for the procedure itself. You would be subjected to a certain degree of pain and stress. This would call for an optimal level of health on your part. Of course, you need to discuss this first with your chosen hair expert to determine the limits of what you can and cannot do during this time.

 

 

Not taking enough time to rest

Apart from not engaging in stressful physical activities, you should also keep in mind to take some time to rest. This is very important, especially after the hair transplant itself. The newly-transplanted hair follicles need a substantial amount of time to adapt to their new home. Once this happens, you can expect them to grow naturally. This won’t become a reality if you don’t give your scalp enough time to recover. In doing so, you would be endangering your health and wasting the money you have spent on this procedure. Better listen to your hair expert and take some time off from work or your other responsibilities because it’s for your own good.

 

Scratching the scalp of the newly-transplanted hair

After the hair transplant has been completed, you will need some time to rest. This is a requirement because your scalp has been through a surgery and needs time to adapt to a new set of hair follicles. Of course, your scalp won’t be a hundred percent right after the operation. You are going to constantly feel itchiness and irritation on the part of your head where the transplant occurred. You might be tempted to scratch, or even touch that area. In doing so, you might run the risk of infecting your scalp. Once this happens, you might doom the whole procedure to failure. Worse, you might even get sick from this seemingly little act. The wisest course of action is to leave your scalp alone, no matter how tempted you are to touch it.

 

Not taking the appropriate medication

A good way to deal with the after-effects of a hair transplant is to take the necessary medications. The type of medicine you’re going to take is determined by your hair expert. You should follow the advice of this medical professional strictly. Doing so would hasten the healing process of your scalp. On the other hand, neglecting the intake of the medication would not help your newly-transplanted hair to grow naturally.

 

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