Hair loss can happen to anyone and there are many causes. For men or women with parents with who are bald or have thinning hair, they probably anticipate facing the same thing when they get older. But the reality is, some people in their 20s experience hair loss too. If this is you, you are probably surprised and stressed. However, the good news is hair loss isn't something that has to be permanent and science has progressed us to many ways to address it. In this blog post, we will talk about some of the causes of early hair loss in men and women as well as some of the possible solutions.
Just the thought of being diagnosed with breast cancer is scary for most women. October is here, and the National Breast Cancer Foundation wants to raise awareness of the disease and educate women because as the well-worn, but true cliché goes, "knowledge is power". But we can't acquire knowledge about this common form of cancer unless we get out of our comfort zones and acknowledge that it exists as a threat to all of us -- even men.
Half of all men over the age of 50 and 40% of all middle-aged women suffer hair loss. Alopecia is the medical term used to describe hair loss from the head and/or body that can sometimes progress to complete baldness. Alopecia takes several different forms and can be attributed to several causes.
Identifying the cause of hair loss is an important step toward hair restoration. Although our clients experience hair loss from various causes, maintaining a healthy weight might reduce the risk and severity of hair loss. We've taken a closer look at how obesity affects hair growth, and how weight loss and surgery affect hair loss.
Male pattern hair loss is something most of us are familiar with. Female pattern hair loss gets less attention. Part of this is because it’s less common, and part of it is because there are a number of other potential causes for hair loss in women. Another part of it, though, is that many women simply aren’t comfortable talking about hair loss. Crucially, though, knowing the signs of female pattern hair loss can help you identify if—and seek treatment early, greatly increasing the efficacy of that treatment.