Are you pleased with the overall health of your hair? If the answer is no, then this post is for you. We have some good news we want to share with you, which is that it’s possible for you to take hair health into your own hands—and to do so from the comfort of your own home.
By now it is well-known that cancer treatments can produce a number of undesirable side effects, with hair loss being one of the most obvious. Why does cancer treatment so often lead to hair loss, though? And more importantly, is there anything that can be done to prevent it? We’ll tackle these questions and more in this blog post, which is all about having the right expectations with regard to medically-induced hair loss in the midst of cancer treatment.
For many women, the very thought of hair loss is a traumatic one. Women love to talk about their hair, to style it, to color and cut it—but it’s tough to consider that they might actually lose it. The good news is, there are ways to address the unthinkable, and solutions for women’s hair restoration that truly work.
Men face hair loss for all different reasons—due to medical conditions or due to poor nutrition, due to illness or due to trauma, but most often due to simple genetics. Hereditary hair loss is by far the most common cause of male hair loss, and for some men it starts at a very young age. Just because you’re facing hair loss doesn’t mean you have to settle for hair loss, though. No matter the cause of your hair loss, you can always find a solution to restore your thick, full, and healthy hair.
Most women know that, when menopause hits, they will likely experience some hot flashes and mood swings—common, much-discussed side effects of this hormonal change. What some women don’t realize is that hair loss, too, can be caused by menopause. In fact, among post-menopausal women, about 40 percent deal with thinning hair.
It’s well known that the harsh winter elements can cause your lips and your skin to become dry, chapped, and brittle; it only makes sense that the same would hold true for your hair. Indeed, cold winds and generally low temperatures—plus the dry air found in heated buildings—can really take its toll on your hair. This presents the need for some special hair care provisions during the coldest months of the year—steps you can take to ensure that your hair remains healthy and vibrant, not dry and brittle.