What to do if your hair is thinning

hair transplant procedureI have recently spoken to a lot of business owners at a networking event and the common theme is that they are worried about how their hair loss will affect their business. I did some research and got some information from the guys at HairTransplantGlasgow.org which explains a common method called the FUE or Follicular Unit Extraction. Read more below:

Follicular Unit Extraction or FUE is a hair transplant technique where genetically resistant follicular unit grafts are extracted from donor area by a specialized technique and instruments and then these special hair are transplanted to the bald or receipt area using specialized extraordinary slit blades of less than even a millimeter. This technique requires great expertise. Our experienced hair transplant doctors and assistants team use the precision to implant the hair to imitate the angle and direction of each person’s hair which is unique to everyone.

The extraction by this technique is simple, painless and the donor area usually heals within few days. There is no risk of any nerve damage as no scalpels or stitches are used. The transplanted hair grow naturally, permanently in its new location. Hair regrowth is usually seen after 2 months to 6 months. Up to 3000-5000 hair can be extracted or implanted per day.

The whole procedure is done in complete comfort under local anaesthesia and mild sedation. Usually you you are awake and watching a movie during this procedure. You are given breaks and lunch is also served in between. Minimal pain is involved during and after the process. Most clients do not even need ordinary over the counter pain killers. The procedure can be scheduled over several back to back days. Because of micro surgical technique used by our experienced staff, only the tiniest incisions are made for extraction and transplant. This unique approach speeds the healing process and patients can usually return to most normal activities the very next day.

(1) Avoid NSAID’S like Aspirin etc about one week prior to your procedure as they increase bleeding.
(2) Avoid taking vitamins B or E (including multi-vitamins) during the week before your procedure as these may increase bleeding.
(3) Avoid alcohol for least three days prior to your hair transplant as alcohol causes vasodilatation and increases chances of bleeding.
(4) Do update us of any medications you are currently taking on regular basis so that we advise you accordingly.
(5) If you are taking any Antihypertensive drugs or blood pressure medicines then you should continue to take it even on the day of procedure.

(1) Shower and wash your hair using regular shampoo. Do not apply sprays, gels or any other styling products to your hair. If you wear a hair system remove it before shampooing and do not wear again after your procedure.
(2) Wear loose, comfortable clothing and a front button top and not one you pull over your head so as to avoid dislodging your transplanted hair after your transplant procedure.
(3) Avoid all caffeinated beverages such coffee throughout the day as these may increase your sensitivity to medication used during the procedure.
(4) Eat breakfast as normal. We will provide you with lunch and snacks. Please let us know if you have any dietary needs.

(1) On your arrival your hair transplantation team will review your procedure consent form with you, ensure all relevant paperwork is completed and answer any questions you may have.
(2) During your initial consultation, proper hairline will be marked and photographed and discuss any concerns you may have.
(3) You can choose to listen to music or to watch movies or to just chat with staff during the procedure.
(4) A local anaesthetic is now applied around the perimeter of the scalp and once scalp is entirely numb, the rest of your procedure is completely painless. Should your procedure be an extensive one, lasting more than 5-6 hours, an additional local anaesthetic will be applied before the first one wears off.

3rd GENERATION FUE HAIR TRASPLANT PROCEDURE 100% RESULTS GUARANTEED. At any given time 90% of your hair are in growth phase and 10% in rest phase. At your 10 months review if less than 90% of the new hair are growing than those will be replaced free of charge with new follicular units using this technique.

Hope this information has answered a lot of your questions about hair loss and the hair transplant procedure and makes you feel more confident about running your business. What are your thoughts?

How to Avoid Accidents at Work

How to Avoid Accidents in the Workplace

accident at workThe population of the UK is around 60 million and counting. Therefore we have a large workforce that carries out tasks for their employers on a daily basis. There are also a variety of industries that are more “at risk” than others when it comes to accidents in the workplace. Such industries are the construction sector for example.

Everyday people working in the construction industry are putting themselves in harms way potentially as they have a higher chance of getting injured at work. Thus, safety is paramount when it comes to the workplace.

Prevention is better than cure

“It’s easy and cost-effective to prevent accidents at your company. There are three things you can do to help make your workplace safer. Put in place a management system

  • Plan: work with your employees to identify potential problem areas and set goals for improvement.
  • Train: give your employees the knowledge to identify and take action over potential risks.
  • Organise: make employees, including cleaning and contract staff, responsible for specific areas.
  • Control: ensure working practices and processes are being carried out properly and keep a record of all cleaning and maintenance work.
  • Monitor and review: talk to your employees so they can feedback on how measures are working.

Carry out regular risk assessments

  • Look out for hazards like lighting, uneven floors and trailing cables.
  • Decide who might be harmed and how, especially older people or disabled people.
  • Consider the risks, note any potential problems and do something about them.
  • Record your findings.
  • Regularly review the assessment.

Know the law
It’s a good idea to read up and be aware of:

  1. Health and Safety at Work Act (1974)
  2. Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations (1999)
  3. Workplace Health, Safety and Welfare Regulations (1992)

Government source on accidents at work.

How to Make a Claim for Compensation?

If the accident that you have sustained caused you an injury and was not your fault, you could be entitled to claim for compensation. In order for your claim to be successful, you will need evidence that the accident was not your fault and could have been avoided by your employer. This means that evidence of negligence needs to be recorded such as:

  • No warning signs
  • No training provided
  • Unsafe environment to the knowledge of your employer

A witness is also a key element in making a successful claim for compensation as they can relay on by giving a second opinion as to the above. For more information and to make a claim for compensation, please see Personal Injury Solicitors Manchester or call them on 0161 82 11 229.


Accidents at work can be very serious depending on the type of work you do. They range from serious accidents (usually caused in the construction sector) to non serious accidents (usually caused at the office like RSI). Prevention is key to preserving your health as once an accident occurs, the injuries that you could sustain may be incurable resulting in a possible change of lifestyle.

Hello world!

Yes indeed, Hello World and Welcome to the newly created IRC Scotland Business Blog. The purpose is to help business owners in the UK and particularly Scotland by providing them with helpful and hopefully useful advice on how to run their business more effectively. There will also be news and updates on the legal and health and beauty industries, hopefully some interviews and opinions from local business owners on their own business.