Follicle Movement

July 6, 2014 · Posted in Hair Loss · Comments Off 

The transplantation of hair is a surgical procedure where hair follicles are moved individually from a different part of the person’s body to another area. The area that is having the hair follicle removed from in known as the “donor site”. The recipient site” is know as the area that is going to be having the hair follicle placed in that site. FUE hair transplant is usually seen in treating male pattern baldness but with the current advances this process is used for both men and women. This procedure is minimally invasive and only the genetically resistant hair follicles are the ones that are transplanted. Eyelashes, eyebrows, beard hair, chest hair, and pubic hair can all be restored. Restoration can also help facial scars fill in. Facial scars can include any kind of accident to the face or surgical scars from face lifts or any previous hair transportation. Hair follicles that are transported can be the natural hair or donor hair. The person may have one treatment or multiple treatments depending on the amount of baldness. This procedure is an outpatient procedure where the client can have mild sedation and/or a local anesthetic.

Impressing the Mother-in-Law

June 17, 2014 · Posted in Gardening · Comments Off 

I’d known my mother-in-law was coming for a visit for three months. The goal was to get the yard in order tout-suite. You see, my MIL is a self-professed gardening expert. Not only does she give our home the white glove treatment, our yard is always under scrutiny, as well. Well, needless to say if you fast-forward through three months of dental emergencies, after school clubs, T-ball games, and cheerleader practice and you’ll quickly understand where the state of our yard was. Oh don’t get me wrong, the yard was perfectly fine. However, it was not MIL fine.

One week before “the visit” the family and I hatched a plan. We stowed everything unrelated to the word greenery in the backyard shed, changed out the cushions on our patio furniture, and took our yard from ho-hum to wow with some incredible instant hedging that we put around the perimeter and along the house. Combined with a paved path to the door and some gorgeous flowers and succulents arranged with the help of our neighbor with the green thumb we had ourselves a garden and a yard that the MIL could be proud of.

Questions and Answers

June 14, 2014 · Posted in Alternative Medicine · Comments Off 

I been studying the metaphysical and esoteric practices for the last month and a half. I was having difficulties in my life, and I wanted more answers than my therapist was able to give me. I begin learning about the energy centers called the Chakras, and how they influenced our everyday lives. Most people don’t believe in these concepts, but I always had a curiosity, for new age and ancient beliefs.

I went on the internet, to my favorite online book store. I was searching for ways to heal my life. During my search I came across a book called, “Reiki Auckland“. This book is about the power of the energy we have inside of us. I knew I’d finally found my answers to questions, I have had for a while. I began using these concepts on a daily basis. Incredibly, I watched my life transform before my eyes. I would recommend to everyone to use it.

Prevent Female Heart Attack

May 20, 2014 · Posted in Therapy · Comments Off 

It’s not about fitting into a new bikini or a new pair of skinny jeans, but it’s about being healthy and preventing a weight-related heart attack. Losing a few pounds will lower my risk of having a heart attack (plus a host of other obese-related diseases), an often fatal condition that is on the rise among females. Losing weight is not easy, but thai massage Manchester provides a clear plan that includes support from people who have walked in my (overrun) shoes and who are willing to help me achieve my health goals. A plan of action that provides quick results and the motivation to keep me going until I reach my goal, plus after care support to keep me on track for healthy living. That’s a win-win program for me.