Mobile phone usage has become ubiquitous with 90% of the global population using it on a daily basis for extended time periods.

But mobile phones and other digital handsets emit electromagnetic radiation in varying degrees.
The effects of this radiation are now being vigorously debated.

Some researchers point out that by electromagnetic radiation, hair loss is one of the several harmful effects experienced by humans.

Electromagnetic radiation, they say, negatively effects neural tissue, genes, endocrine regulation, and sperms.
Notably, prolonged conversation on cell phones can cause hair loss over the temporal region.

Hair loss and thinning is considered chiefly because of protracted cell phone talk that happens by holding the instrument between the left shoulder and ear and tilting the neck completely to the left.

The good news, however is, hair loss recovery is possible by use of antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins as also by a low dose 2% minoxidil application in combination with an inclusive nutritional treatment.

Millennials will never be able to do without cell phones as also with ageing appearance.

Maintaining youthful looks is an essential feature of modern life.

Hair loss whichever way it happens is anathema to millennials.

Yes, minoxidil and finasteride are two prominent medications prescribed by doctors to arrest hair thinning.

But these at best are marginally effective.

As one dermatologist rightly pointed out, “One of the underlying reasons why we are deficient in our ability to prevent hair loss is we still know very little of the mechanisms that cause hair loss. We still view hair loss as a cosmetic issue rather than a disease. Sadly, adequate amount of money is not spent on research despite huge consumer demand”.

The dermatologist is bang on target.

Research is paying off with new and effective drugs emerging in the market for cancer and heart disease.
But solutions for hair loss remain largely elusive.
Perhaps one reason could be those at the helm do not consider hair loss to be a life threatening issue.
Yet there is increasing hope.

Modern technology and hair loss have not yet parted ways.
Medical scientists have developed increasingly innovative ways to regenerate hair.

Cosmetic surgery is filling the void by offering patients hair transplant as an effective answer.
Such is the demand that market forecasters are predicting that the global hair transplant industry is likely to touch ~ $25 billion by 2024.

People may ignore electromagnetic radiation hair loss due to cell phones but may make a beeline at cosmetic surgeons’ clinics to regenerate new hair.

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