At firstbirthdayphotoinvitations.com, So there’re 1st birthday photo invitations for almost any taste. I have an oily scalp and I wash my hair twice a day.
Can you advise me what I can do to improve my current condition.
I am worried about my physical appearance if this problem persists. My forehead is receding as well as my p is thinning. Notice that so it’s a hereditary condition. It also increases the production of oil. You are probably suffering from Androgenetic Thinning. Anyway, the production of testosterone on the p of the scalp reacts to an enzyme called 5alphareductase converting to di hydrotestosterone. Anyways, presence of excessive DHT inhibits hair growth or shortens the growth cycle. For example, stress you have to continue with twice daily shampoo and live a somewhat less stressful lifestyle. Please tell me what I can do about this problem. Consequently, it’s seriously affecting my confidence. I’m in my early twenties. I noticed a balding spot in the center of my head and my hair is falling out at an alarming rate and my sink clogs everyday when I wash my hair.
By the way, the bald spot could have been alopecia areata whereby a group of almost white blood cells attacks the skin or hair follicles. That said, this problem can be caused by viral infections, vaccinations, trauma to the skin or stress. Therefore this could be due to telogen effluvium or loose anagen syndrome, when the hair is falling out at an alarming rate. Besides, a serious trauma or stress which occurred about 3 months ago could also disrupt the hair cycle. Then the normal hair cycle was altered resulting in heavy hair falls. It’s a well-known fact that the hair growth cycle is prematurely changed to dying stage, with this condition. Typically for those who try to fight extra obesity quickly by denying protein in their diet suffer from the huge issue. Both problems mentioned are temporary and can be helped if treated quickly. So it’s best to speak to one of our trichologists before any type of treatment can be recommended.
I have recently given birth and my baby is 3 month old.
Can you advise me what can I do to reduce the hair fall lost during this period.
I am ld so that’s temporary being that the hormone changes in my body but I kind of worry as I generally do not have thick hair.
I am experiencing some hair lost problems. Your concern should’ve been on the regrowth, the hair that are due to fall, will fall. Now look, the growth stage is normally prolong. During pregnancy, because of hormonal changes, your hair is probably at its best. Seriously. While giving your hair top-notch texture, healthy scalp with balanced diet will help, however, telephone and speak directly to one of our trichologists at The Hair Centre for advice and they will assist you to strengthen and nourish hair roots. Then the accumulated quantity of hair falls, that should have fallen during pregnancy. I know that the hormonal changes reverse back. I’d say if treatment is recommended, we might be able to provide you with the most effective and uptodate trichological medication for home use, if the diagnosis had been made.