Over 1 in 4 women will experience hereditary hair loss in her lifetime, beginning as early as their second decade in some cases. When you start to see hair in your comb or brush, on your pillow, or in the bathroom sink, it could be the first sign.
“Men expect to lose their hair, but women do not,” says New York City Dermatologist, Dr. Doris Day. When women begin to notice their hair is thinning they internalize it — questioning their lifestyle, diet, exercise, and stress levels. “The key to effective treatment is to begin at the first signs of thinning just as you would with any other anti-aging beauty concern,” she says.
Hereditary hair thinning is a very common problem in women
Thinning hair is no laughing matter. It affects more than 30 million women of all skin tones and ages, hair types, and hair color. In honor of Hair Awareness Month, this week’s GORGEOUS GIVEAWAY addresses this condition that impacts confidence and self esteem as well as appearance.
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Men are obsessed by it. Women are embarrassed by it. Hair loss affects over 50 million Americans, including over 45% of the female population amounting to 20+ million women.
It’s not just considered unsightly and aging; hair loss has a huge psychological impact on how people feel about themselves. But there is something we can do about it. Hormonal changes are one of the key causes of hair loss in women. Menopause, for example, can make hair grow slower and fall out too due to estrogen iron deficiency. Thyroid disease is amongst the top causes too. So just to be clear, do go and see your general practitioner if you are experiencing hair loss that is not related to medical treatments s
Hair loss can be a traumatic and self esteem defeating experience for both men and woman. For those seeking state-of-the art solutions, The Bauman Medical Group of Boca Raton, Florida, offers multi-therapy approaches that include surgical hair transplants, laser therapy, nutritional supplements, and topical treatments. Founder and medical director, Alan Bauman, MD, has put together a practice and team exclusively dedicated to hair restoration. In fact, Dr. Bauman is one of only approximately 100 board-certified hair restoration surgeons in the world, and his patients come from all corners of the globe to seek his advice. In an exclusive interview with Beautyinthebag.com, Dr. Bauman explain