A traveler recently wrote in saying that almost a year after all her traveling was done, she has experienced increasing hair loss. She went on to say that it wasn’t too noticeable in the beginning, but recently people have commented on her very thin hair. After a little bit of research, she discovered that other men and women have had the same experience when returning home from very humid, tropical climates.
Of all the Bible quotes that permeate our society, none can cause women, suffering hair loss, more pain than “A woman’s hair is her crowning glory.” Hair loss in women is devastating and can affect their emotional well-being. Hair, that biblical crowning glory, is associated with a woman’s” sexuality, sensuality and beauty.”
Trichotillomania is a disorder that involves recurrent, irresistible urges to pull out hair from you scalp, eyebrows, or other areas of your body, despite trying to stop. Hair pulling from the scalp can leave patchy bald spots, which can cause significant distress and can interfere with one’s social and work life. Often people with trichotillomania will go to great lengths to hide the loss of their hair.
A common question hair replacement technicians are often asked is, “What exactly is hair replacement?” A common misconception is that it is only surgery, or that hair replacement is specifically for men. At Hair Replacement Clinic there are options for everyone. Types of loss could be: Alopecia, Trichotillomania, Genetics, hair loss from chemotherapy or any other reason. Hair loss can be devastating!
One prominent hair loss theory, proposed in 1913 and supported across the decades, suggests a balding gene that predicts whether a person will or will not go bald. According to this theory, the balding gene is stronger in women who bald since balding is less frequent in females. Many people talk about the genetic component of hair loss, especially for men.