What to Expect from Neograft Hair Transplants

Neograft hair transplants are the follicular unit extraction systems ever introduced to the public. Its aggressive marketing campaign has seen a lot of success that many people even assumed that this is a completely brand new procedure. However, this is not the case. The Neograft happens to be a tool to help an existing procedure known as FUE.

How Neograft Works

In a typical procedure of FUE, the doctor makes use of a round punch device for physical removal of the healthy hair groupings one at a time. The donor hairs then get transplanted one by one to the scalp areas which are bald or have some thinning areas which are populated by finer and lesser hairs, referred to as the recipient sites. The Neograft follows a similar procedure yet with several automated and motorized upgrades:

  • The Neograft first makes use of a motorized punch device for extracting the follicular unit. The suction device will immediately pull the follicular unit from the patient’s scalp then deposit ready to use graft to the reservoir for security.
  • A component is then attached to a suction device so this will now work in reverse. Unlike the pulling of the follicular units from the patient’s scalp in the first step, a modified vacuum will now be pushing back the graft from the reservoir depository to the recipient sites which are made with a machine through a handheld wand. After the procedure has been completed, follicular units will start healing and producing normal and healthy hair.

Benefits of Neograft

The automated hair transplant system can relieve the doctor of an extensive amount of repetitive work. Putting every follicular unit individually can be taxing on the part of the doctor because of the extreme physical and mental focus involved. This is the reason why they usually rest every now and then throughout a hair transplant surgery towson procedure. Maintain just one posture can be very challenging, and extraction and transplantation of every follicular unit might also result to eye strain. However, with Neograft, this can lessen the need for taking breaks. This reduced need to rest, combined with the ability of extracting and transplanting the follicular units in a faster succession only means that the entire FUE procedure will be quicker when the Neograft system or other similar systems has been used. This can be a win-win situation both for you and your doctor.

Herbal treatment for anxiety disorders

Studies show that anxiety disorders are increasing in the Unites States. Patients suffering from anxiety diseases are prone to nervousness and excessive fear which occurs without any reasons. Such symptoms hinder the normal functioning of people affected with anxiety disorders. Shortness of breath, increased heart beat, sleeplessness, dizziness etc is some of the common symptoms of anxiety disorder. This disease can be easily treated with antidepressants, or anti anxiety medicines. Therapies like exposure therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy etc are also used in relieving the symptoms of this disease. In addition to the above treatments some unconventional natural ways also exist. Some of them are discussed here.

Kava

This herb is also known as kava kava was originated long back around 3000 years ago. People living in and around Pacific ocean, Hawaii, Fiji etc ferment this herb and make a drink which works wonders in alleviating anxiety.  This is highly effective and useful herb for treating anxiety.

Passionflower

This herb is used for preparing medicines for insomnia, gastro intestinal problems, nervousness etc. Studies have shown that this herb is effective in reducing brain activity thereby relaxing the mind and relieving the symptoms of anxiety. But taking this medicine on regular basis can lead to problems like dizziness, increased heart rate, confusion etc.

Valerian

This is a very effective herb for treating sleep disorders and anxiety related conditions. The sedative components in Valerian have been found to be very effective in reducing insomnia and anxiety. As this herb has an irritating smell, people take it as a capsule or tincture.

Chamomile

Chamomile tea was in use for centuries as herbal remedy for sleep disorders, anxiety and upset stomach. This medicine is taken as brewed in tea or as a supplement for relieving exhausted mind.

Lavender

Lavender is used as an effective herb for anxiety disorders. It is useful in treating anxiety, insomnia, depression etc as it naturally relieves stress. The scent of this flower induces sleep in stressed babies. Smelling lavender or drinking lavender tea can immediately relieve the tension of a person.

Seek professional help

Though all the above mentioned herbs have been proved to be extremely useful, if the disorder starts distorting the daily routine of a patient, it is better to go for professional help in such cases. Modern medications or behavior therapy will be very useful and effective if they are carried out by professionally qualified and experienced persons.