As we age our hair becomes thinner and can fall out. This doesn’t happen to everyone and it is completely normal. However, some people experience hair loss before they hit their golden years. There are many factors that can cause our hair to become brittle or thin, stop growing or fall out, besides the usual culprits like male pattern baldness, hormones (especially during pregnancy) and heredity. Here are the most common: Stress: Whether it’s physical or emotional, stress can trigger hair loss. The body and the mind being under duress, can cause our hair to shed excessively. Life-altering events like divorce, car accidents and the illness of a loved one can make us lose our hair, but it will generally resolve itself once the stress subsides. Lack of protein: A diet that isn’t rich in protein can promote hair loss.…


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We all have that one region of our body that we are not satisfied with, that we wish cosmetic intervention could come in and quickly fix. Hair loss and inadequate growth affects millions of people, and can be viewed as a downright curse by those who “suffer” from it. Are your eyelashes on the thin side? For most women more so than men, insufficient eyelash volume is a dreaded problem, and thus one that has seen the rise of an entire cosmetic industry dedicated to hair restoration products and services for this specific region of the body. Perhaps due to mass media depictions of what is considered an attractive or beautiful facial feature, plump, thick eyelashes are highly sought after and the dream of many women. Two solutions exist in this regard, each with its own pros and cons. Natural…


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The hair loss and restoration industry was catapulted with the craze of Rogaine and similar prescription and over the counter products, not to mention the availability of various transplantation operations. People suffering from premature hair loss now have more options than ever when it comes to reaching the growth they had in their late teens and early 20’s, but with each one comes the increased difficulty of making the right choice. Some individuals prefer natural methods and alternatives, while others are more than eager to undergo surgery. You should always speak with your doctor before making a final decision, as they will recommend the appropriate treatment for your specific hair loss needs. Thinning, patchy areas, and balding that is still in the beginning stages are all issues that can be resolved without surgical intervention. Baldness is not in your future:…


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Hair loss in any pattern is noticeable and difficult to hide, yet millions of men and women have to face that difficulty every day. Luckily advances in science and technology have given people who suffer from hair loss an opportunity to experience life with a full head of hair. Many have adjusted their expectations so they can lead normal lives, and it’s easy to forget how it was before their hair began to change. With laser hair restoration, there’s a choice to return to a better standard of living. Social Interactions Can Be Easy Again There’s no need to experience embarrassment or anxiety when meeting someone new, especially when it’s someone of your preferred sexuality. When you’re in the middle of the conversation and the person you’re talking to looks upwards, you don’t have to worry that they’re forming an…


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