Hair Loss Today

Hair Loss Today

Today we know a lot more about hair loss, its symptoms and remedies than ever before. Generally speaking more men lose their hair than women. Alopecia  (the medical terminology for hair loss) is often hereditary and millions of men and women suffer from it. In the U.S. alone this affects around 80 million people. This is also called androgenetic alopecia or male (or female) pattern baldness. It is also psychologically horrible to look into the mirror each day and see your bald patch getting bigger or your hairline receding.

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Hair Loss Treatment Vs. Hear Loss Medication

One of a young males greatest fears is that of premature hair loss. However, in today’s society, we see more and more females fighting the difficulty of hair loss, especially amongst those in their mid-twenties and early thirties. This is due to the rising appearance of cancer, particular breast cancer. It has become a rising concern and those who are subjected to chemotherapy (and certain medications) will face the disconcerting side-effect of hair loss.

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