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About Lew Hutchinson

Lew Hutchinson is the President of Invisions of Connecticut, Hair Loss Specialists located in Middlebury, Connecticut. Lew has dedicated his life to hair restoration for men and women. Invisions of Connecticut provides all viable methods for non-surgical hair replacement, as well as proven hair loss prevention and treatment for men and women throughout Connecticut.
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How to Go Vegan Without Losing Your Hair

By |2018-02-21T11:02:42-06:00February 21st, 2018|Hair Loss, Healthy Hair, Public|Comments Off on How to Go Vegan Without Losing Your Hair

Going Vegan & Hair Loss: A Few Things to Consider So you have decided to go vegan. There may be some health concerns that you need to be aware of. One of the common issues that is associated with going vegan is hair loss. For those that decide to go vegan, during the initial transition period, hair loss is often something that is experienced. There is good news and that is hair loss due to going vegan is preventable. Here are some of the reasons vegans lose their hair and how to avoid it happening to you. Hair Loss Causes Low Protein Going vegan means cutting all meat out of your diet as well as all animal byproducts. This change can lead to a sudden drop in protein intake. When your body has low protein levels, one of the first things your body does is to stop hair growth to conserve energy for more essential body functions. If you have a severe loss of protein from your system, that can cause you lose hair. Deficiency of Nutrients When you go vegan, your diet takes on some drastic changes and some of those changes can result in nutrient deficiency. Iron, which is commonly found in whole grains and red meat, is often an issue for those that go vegan. Having an iron as well as other vitamin deficiencies can lead to you having hair loss. Your body will cut hair growth to save energy for other body functions, so it is very important to watch your [...]

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I Have Alopecia Areata

By |2019-09-20T15:15:13-05:00December 14th, 2017|Alopecia|Comments Off on I Have Alopecia Areata

My Doctor says I have Alopecia It wasn’t until recently that I learned the word alopecia means “hair loss.” It was after complaining to my doctor about the clumps of hair that were falling out, and the bald patches developing around my ear. She diagnosed my condition as Alopecia Areata. I was told that Alopecia is a common form of hair loss for women over 50, and that there really isn’t anything to get worried about. I couldn’t help being worried and upset, my hair has always been one of my finest features, I want to keep it. I dove into doing research on Alopecia. I found that there is a lot of information out there on all types of alopecia and how it affects men, women and also children. There are various remedies that are used. Most importantly, I found a hair loss replacement center that recommended the best possible way to manage my type of alopecia. Alopecia Alopecia Areata affects about 5 million people in the United States, that includes both female and males alike. It’s an autoimmune disease where the bodies own immune system attacks the hair follicles in the scalp which causes them to fall out. It is not uncommon to also have a tingling sensation in the balding areas of your scalp. A person’s genetic makeup, stress, an illness that can bring on the hormone fluctuation levels and be factors that cause alopecia. The result can be a single bald patch, or patches of tremendous hair loss. On occasion [...]