Suffering from hair loss can really affect your self-esteem. Why not make 2017 your year to reveal the new you It’s simple, managing your hair loss will boost your self-esteem.
The Holidays are supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year, but it’s common for people to over do it and get stressed out. Left unchecked, the holiday stresses can put a damper on your festivities and have a negative effect on your hair. Thankfully, there are steps you could take to reduce Holiday stress and maintain healthy hair. Here are some ideas that will help you get started.
Accepting the news that you have breast cancer is alarming and life changing. It packs a gut punch that immediately turns your world upside down. In a matter of moments, yesterday’s stresses take a backseat. Most ladies who receive this news immediately become zeroed in on the fight. That doesn’t mean they lose their longing to look and feel beautiful.
Low T, otherwise known as low testosterone, is a serious issue for some men. Low levels result in physical side effects, for example, lessened sex drive, reproductive problems, sleep depravation, weight issues, and diminished body hair. It’s no big surprise the condition is sometimes solely blamed for hair loss.
The disorder causing someone to pull their own hair out from their scalp and other body areas is called trichotillomania. Research shows it affects around 4 percent of the world’s population. Men are less likely to be affected. In fact, women are at risk of being diagnosed with it up to four times more than men. Signs of trichotillomania for the most part start in early youth or puberty and frequently remain until you seek treatment.