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Female Pattern Baldness: You’re Not Alone

female pattern baldness   As many women age, their hair thins. It’s just a fact of life. But when compared to men, the appearance of thinning hair on women is much less accepted in the professional work environment — another fact of life. That means women suffering from hair loss are far more likely to be self-conscious and... Continue Reading

Can Vitamins Help My Balding?

Vitamins can sometimes help fight balding. It is true that you cannot do much about balding if it is genetic, or if you’re at a certain age when hair loss starts to be an issue. You can, however improve your nutrition and possible slow your hair loss down to a manageable rate. Men as young as 30 begin losing their hair... Continue Reading

Are You Genetically Prone to Balding?

Genetics play a large role in the likelihood of balding. If you have a family history of balding, you may already be experiencing the anxiety of hair loss.  But there are other reasons that can cause balding. Most people normally shed 50 to 100 hairs a day. This usually doesn’t cause noticeable thinning of scalp hair because new hair is growing in at the same... Continue Reading

Are You Losing Hair Due to a Thyroid Condition?

Hair loss in women can be caused by many things, including hormonal imbalance. Hair growth depends on the proper functioning of the thyroid gland, so abnormal levels of thyroid hormone produced by this gland can result in hair changes, along with other side effects. When there is too much thyroid hormone (hyperthyroidism), you may see thinning hair all over the scalp. On the other hand, people with too little... Continue Reading

Can a Hair Transplant Be Successful on Asian Hair?

Hair transplants for Asian hair While there are many different causes of hair loss, the variables affecting Asian hair may be of interest to people of East and South Asian descent who are considering a hair transplant. Here are some of the reasons hair restoration is different for Asian hair: Asians have flatter hairlines located a little lower which means... Continue Reading