Bald-Headed? Hiding Hair Loss? Empowering Tips For Men And Women
Tired Of Being Mistaken For a Skinhead?
OK, well, maybe it’s not quite that bad...
...but there are a lot of people who find baldness very embarrassing, and I am not just talking about men!
Hair loss causes some women to hide their light under a bushel!
Women lose their hair, too!
While many people find a bald head on a man rather attractive, there are few who feel the same way about a bald-headed woman!
Don't be driven to extremes!
There are hair loss treatments to suit every need!
There are basically three ways to deal with hair loss. You can try shampoos and other topical treatments, medical or herbal supplements, and finally, if you are really intent, hair transplants.
Of course, before you do anything, you will want to consult your health professional and research all of the methods of restoring your hair that may be available to you. A good health professional will be able to tell you why you are losing your hair. It could just be typical spot baldness - or alopecia - caused by aging and changes in hormones, or it could be a disease or disorder that needs treatment.
There are topical treatments for men and women!
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Your health professional may recommend a shampoo or medicated product to massage into the scalp. He or she may simply recommend massage to stimulate circulation to the scalp.
Remember, some people like bald heads!
A healthy eating plan may do the trick!
Vitamin therapy or a healthy food plan may be just what the doctor ordered to restore healthy hair growth. If your loss of hair is caused by a disease or disorder, your health professional may prescribe a course of medication or herbal treatments to address the problem.
When you have tried everything else...
- Hair Transplants
If you have given all other options a good try without success, and you still feel you absolutely must have hair, you may want to look into hair transplants.
Or you may Boldly Go - Bald!
Do your homework!
Be sure to listen carefully to everything your health professional has to say on the matter. It is a good idea to look into the various treatments available on your own and compare the pros and cons. Before you make any decisions, be sure that you are well aware of the possible dangers and side effects that any course of treatment may cause.
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