Hands want something to run through. The wind needs something to mess up. Graciously oblige by doing what you need to do to keep your hair on your head.
Your frustrations and, at times, embarrassing experiences with hair loss and thinning isn’t something you should just put up with, and it definitely isn’t something you should part with all your cash to cure.
Classic signs of balding: your hair is acting differently, you're finding hair everywhere, and you see your head getting bigger. Do something while you still have some hair!
Hair loss (also known as alopecia) is a common problem, and can affect just your scalp or your entire body. Hair loss can occur in different patterns, depending on the cause. It can affect both men and women, and also children. Hair loss can cause significant worry and anxiety, but there are several ways of treating and managing hair loss. Treatment depends on the type of hair loss.
Before making a diagnosis, your doctor will likely give you a physical exam and ask about your diet, your hair care routine, and your medical and family history. You might also have tests, such as the following:
Effective treatments for some types of hair loss are available. You might be able to reverse hair loss, or at least slow it. With some conditions, such as patchy hair loss (alopecia areata), hair may regrow without treatment within a year. Treatments for hair loss include medications and surgery.
If your hair loss is caused by an underlying disease, treatment for that disease will be necessary. If a certain medication is causing the hair loss, your doctor may advise you to stop using it for a few months. Medications are available to treat pattern (hereditary) baldness. The most common options include:
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