IDEAL ANSWERS FOR HAIR LOSS

IDEAL ANSWERS FOR HAIR LOSS

by Douglas Hairston

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Overview

Hair loss or baldness is becoming one of the most common problems of people. This is because more and more factors contribute to it compared before. Called "alopecia" by experts, hair loss can be categorized into permanent and temporary baldness depending on the condition the person is in.

Experts say that that most common form of alopecia is called, pattern baldness or the "androgenetic alopecia. It is said that this type of hair loss condition affects almost one third of the men and women in the world. The sad thing about this is it is permanent, meaning there is no way to go about it but to cope with it.

When a person loses at least a hundred stands of hair per day, it is considered normal. But when he or she loses more than that estimated amount along with glaring symptoms such as thinning of the hair, a hairline that is receding, and bald patches in some areas of the head, then you might be suffering from hair loss.

Studies show that androgenetic alopecia can affect both men and women but the manifestations differ in some ways. Among men, the thinning of the hair starts at the temples as well in the crown. In the long run, it is expected that they will be either completely bald or partially bald. In women, lesser hair loss is expected and though there is also receding hairlines along the forehead and temple, they will not completely go bald as men do.

This book will identify the various alternatives to hair loss and show helpful ideas to maintain or restore your confidence when faced with hair loss. Valuable techniques and exercises will assist both men and women who have this condition, inncluding what to do and when to take action with several alternatives such as hair transplantation. A MUST READ for anyone who currently has any one of the various hair loss conditions.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013093096
Publisher: Douglas T. Hairston
Publication date: 09/02/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 189 KB

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