Fortunately, we live in a day and age where medical treatments are becoming more advanced every day. It just wasn’t that long ago when there weren’t many options when it comes to chemotherapy, and you were almost guaranteed hair loss. Today, many chemotherapy treatments have a lesser probability of hair loss, and some treatments won’t affect your hair very much at all. If you have consulted with your physician and they have told you to prepare for hair loss, then this article is specifically for you.
Whether you’ve just had a baby, or you are researching what to expect as your due date draws near, the question as to what’s up with your lovely locks has probably crossed your mind a time or two. Your eyes aren’t playing tricks on your mom, your beautiful mane has probably gotten thicker and more lustrous during your pregnancy. Let’s call it an early Mother’s Day gift from the universe! Folks weren’t joking about that amazing “pregnancy glow,” and although many sarcastic moms will chalk that up to extra sweat and oils, the reality is that your body is creating some amazing hormones that give you some impressively “glowy” benefits. It is normal and natural for those hormones to fluctuate after childbirth, which can lead to some hair loss. But there is help for postpartum hair loss! Read on to learn more about pregnancy hair, what’s ahead after you have your little bundle of joy and the options you have for postpartum hair loss.
Do you find that you are losing more hair in the late summer and early months of fall than at any other time of the year? You may find yourself asking “why?” The answer may be seasonal hair shedding. While it is normal to lose about 50 to 100 individual hairs in a singular day, it can be alarming to suddenly see larger clumps of hair on the floor of your shower or in your brush. Is seasonal hair shedding normal? Let’s delve deeper into this subject and find out.
Did you know that holiday calls with mom on Mother’s Day can cause phone traffic to spike by almost 37 percent? More phone calls are made on this holiday than on any other day of the year. This just goes to show how much we want to show our mothers' appreciation for all that they have given us over the years. And why wouldn’t we? Our mothers' sacrifice and care for us, they care for and nurture us, and give us the gift of life. Mother’s Day is all about giving something back and showing the most important lady in our lives just how much they mean to us. Mother’s Day is about a month away, so, in today’s blog article we will be discussing some of the best Mother’s Day gift ideas for 2022, especially when it comes to hair!
Both men and women experience hair loss, and it can be debilitating either way. Hair loss plays a significant role in your appearance, making you appear older or more drawn than you are. This causes people to suffer from loss of self-esteem, depression, and other related issues. The media may portray that men have more problems with hair loss than women, the reality is that this is something that can happen to anyone. There are many different reasons behind hair loss, including cancer, hormones, or genetics. With the help of a trichologist, you can make sure that your scalp is in healthy condition, and you may consider a hair replacement system to help you have fuller, more natural-looking hair that is more befitting of your age and inner confidence.
Seborrheic dermatitis also called seborrheic eczema, is a skin condition that is chronic and mostly affects the scalp. Seborrheic dermatitis damages hair follicles and prevents hair from growing. What most people don’t know is that it is a fungal disease, and it causes inflammatory conditions that can cause scaly and oily skin due to excessive sebum production by the sebaceous glands.
We’ve all heard the expression “you are what you eat.” We hate hearing it, but that statement hits closer to home every time we hear it. Physicians and nutritionists around the world universally agree that our diets have more to do with our health than we would like to think. We would like to point out, that the simple fact that you have the choice to make positive impacts on your health with something as simple as a few changes to your meals is a great thing. Changing what you eat doesn’t have to be difficult, but those simple changes can be life-altering in more ways than just one.
Whether it was a list of tips passed down from your grandmother, or something that you heard from a TikTok video, the fact is that there are many myths out there related to hair loss, growth, and health. The way we treat our hair today is significantly different from the way we treated our hair even 50 years ago, or 50 years before that. This is due to simple things like the availability of clean water, an increase in treatment options, and the advancement of science.
No matter the reason behind hair loss, it can be a traumatic experience that can cause deep emotional pain and a loss of self-confidence. It can make you feel and look older than you are, and in general, it has a tendency to make you feel less attractive. We are far beyond only having one option for hair loss though, so gone are the days when the only solution to hair loss was only Rogaine. There is absolutely hope, and a wide array of options available to help those suffering from hair loss look amazing and feel confident. Additionally, the hair loss you may be experiencing could be temporary, especially if it is a result of significant and rapid weight loss.