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Are You Suffering Major Hair Loss?
Did you know every person loses about 50-100 strands of hair daily?
If you think that you are losing more than that, it might be the
beginning of a serious hair loss problem. There is a simple
test that can help you understand whether you should
start getting worried. Take your hair in your
hand and pull it. If you have more than
just a few strands in your hand,
you may have a problem.
4 Types of Hair Loss
The scientific name for hair loss is alopecia. There are four major types of it.
Androgenetic alopecia is genetic hair loss, basically male or female pattern hair loss. This is one of the most common types and it affects up to 70% of men and 40% of women at some point in their lifetime.
Alopecia areata is spotty hair loss. It is mostly patchy. Scientists don't know exactly why it happens. They believe it is something related to autoimmune disease, and even though many studies have been undertaken, the causes for it are still not clear.
Traction alopecia is gradual hair loss caused by pulling the hair with extensions, tight pony tail braiding, weaving, or hair pieces.
Trichotillomania is a psychological disorder where people pull their own hair out. Stress is a contributing factor to this one.
What Causes Hair Loss?
Nutrition, genes, stress, and hairdos are the most frequent causes of hair loss. Often, vegetarians experience a significant loss of hair because the body knows it's much more important to get the nutrients to your eyes and your heart than it is to your hair. For this reason, your hair gets its nutrients last. Therefore, if you don't have the proper nutrition, your hair will suffer.
On average, African-Caribbean people spend more money on their hair because of their common use of relaxers. These chemicals are definitely very hard on the hair. And if people use over-the-counter relaxers at home, the chemicals in them tend to be harsher than the ones used in the salon.
Another cause of hair loss, especially for women, is hormones. About 50% of all women by middle age will have noticeable hair loss because of hormone imbalances.
Thyroid is another big issue for a lot of people. Same with anemia or lack of iron, which are also problems for women. And, of course, one of the biggest causes is genetic. 70% of women’s hair loss is genetic. If your parents went bald, most probably you will suffer from hair loss as well.
So, hormonal, pregnancy, postpartum, birth control, bio-identical hormones, and menopause - all those things can cause hair loss. Thyroid disease, hypo or hyper (either too much or too little in your thyroid), iron deficiency, diabetes, poor blood circulation, digestive disorders, vegetarianism, exposure to chemicals and heavy metals can also cause hair loss.
That is why, first, it is important that you identify the cause of your hair loss. Have health checks regularly. If you have a serious disease, your body may prioritize your vital organs over your hair. Remember, if you are on a diet, make sure to get enough vitamins and proteins.
Also, choose your hair products carefully. Most of the shampoos nowadays are quite harsh on your hair, especially if they contain sodium lauryl sulfate and cocamide DEA. Another thing to consider is the hairstyle and hair styling products, relaxers, and weaving you are using.
By the way, you should ask us about our shampoos and conditioners. We carry products that are effective and much easier on your hair.
The Psychological Effects of Hair Loss Can Be Devastating
Hair is an indicator of status for both men and women, but it is clear that hair loss affects women psychologically more than men. Beautiful, well-groomed hair is part of their image.
For instance, picture a truly beautiful woman, a doctor, who has everything one can dream of-great marriage, success, two lovely children. And then suddenly she starts to see some loss in the corners of her hair. She looks in the mirror every day and feels ugly.
One would look at her and think she's this gorgeous, almost a model, doctor. However, to her it is different. Losing her beautiful hair is devastating. So, here's a person that you think has everything. You look at her and say she's gorgeous as she disguises her hair loss using tricks like buns and different hairstyles.
But, every morning when she wakes up, she's looking in the mirror and she's ugly. That is the shattering psychological effect that hair loss can have on a person.
We Can Help You Restore Your Hair to its Natural Beauty
Many people who turn to us have already been to dermatologists or other doctors. But most dermatologists don't really know what to do with hair loss. They will often shoot patients up with cortisone. It might even help some of them. But, it will be useless for most people.
So, people come to us as their last resort. And we are here for you. Our specialists can help you regrow your hair or prevent future hair loss. Our clients range in age from their early 20s to well into their 60s and 70s.
And, we treat both men and women. The first step is a private, confidential consultation where we determine the best course of treatment. Call us for an appointment today. It's free and we're conveniently located in Southall branch for now.
If you are suffering from alopecia, now is the time to do something about it. Call us today and start to feel good about yourself again.