Page 1

Winning The Hair Loss Battle Losing your hair can be an extremely traumatic and frightening experience. Although hair loss is not a life and death problem, such as cancer for example, its effects are much more than skin deep. People who lose their hair often lose confidence in themselves and feel that they are no longer physically attractive. Hair loss can be especially devastating for younger men and women who want to feel confident and enjoy the prime of their lives. Fortunately, there are things that you can do to keep your hair. There are effective hair loss treatments available. Continue reading to learn more.

When you first begin to notice that you are losing your hair, schedule an appointment to see your physician. A doctor will be able to help you determine the root cause of your hair loss. Once you understand why your hair is falling out, you can begin treating the problem. Hair loss is most often caused by genetic, male or female pattern baldness. Another type of hair loss, called telogen effluvium, is a diffuse hair loss. Telogen effluvium can be caused by a number of different illnesses; including hyper and hypothyroidism, anorexia nervosa, severe stress and depression. The good news is that if your hair loss is related to an underlying medical issue, once this problem is resolved your hair will likely grow back. Certain medications have hair loss as a side effect. So if your hair is thinning out, it would be a good idea to inform your doctor of all the different medications that you are taking.

If your hair loss is due to hereditary pattern baldness, there are only two treatments in the world that have been proven effective by the Food and Drug Administration. The first, Propecia, also known as Finasteride, is an oral medication that must be taken every day. It can effectively stop male pattern baldness and save your hair by reducing levels of DHT in your body. Propecia is much better at maintaining hair than it is at regrowing, so start the medication as soon as possible if saving your hair is important. The other medication that can help male pattern baldness is Minoxidil. Minoxidil, which you may have heard referred to under the brand name Rogaine, is a topical solution that is applied to the thinning areas of your scalp. It has been proven to be effective at regrowing hair in the vertex area of the scalp. Propecia is recommended only for men, while Minoxidil can be safely used by both men and women.

If your hair will not grow back no matter what you do, you may want to consider wearing a hair piece. Hair pieces, or hair systems, are available for both men and women and can look extremely natural. The old-styled ridiculously obvious hair pieces and toupees are a thing of the past. Many celebrity actors and entertainers, men and women, wear hair pieces and wigs.

Losing your hair can be a frightening experience. Use the tips in this article to help you keep your hair. Click Here For more Information

Winning The Hair Loss Battle  

is that if your hair loss is related to an underlying medical issue, once this problem is resolved your