Ask The Doctor: Help, My Daughter’s Losing Her Hair At 38

Diseases that cause inflammation of the follicles or abnormalities of the hair shafts can cause hair loss

She is getting very depressed and fears she will soon be completely bald. Is there anything that can help? Brian Smith, by email Diseases that cause inflammation of the follicles or abnormalities of the hair shafts can cause hair loss Hair loss is a common complaint in my surgery – and, as your daughter has found, it is one that causes significant distress. It is seen in many different disorders and making an exact diagnosis can be very difficult, so it would be unwise of me to hazard a guess about the precise cause of your daughter’s problem. But I can outline likely possibilities, and hope the following details will give some ideas about the best strategy for her. The scalp contains more than 100,000 hairs and we shed up to 150 a day. Each hair grows from a root, called a follicle – and has a cycle of growth that can last up to six years.
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Addressing the root cause of hair loss problem

Available at Tokyo Posh. Hormonal changes during pregnancy cause hair to shed after childbirth, making it thin and fragile. That is usually the reason moms cut their hair short after giving birth. Some lose hair more than others, and postnatal depression doesnt help stop it. I experienced it myself. Despite doctors advice, I was alarmed at the amount of hair falling every time I showered.
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Hair loss after childbirth? Try hair extension

Silvestre visited the office of Fresherb Philippines, the company that produces this tonic, to submit photo and testimony as an Ultimate user. He narrates: My hair started to get thin when I was 48. I tried hair lotions and various concoctions but (the results) were not encouraging. When I used Ultimate for seven months, the lost strands re-appeared and my hair grew thicker I am grateful. Full text of his story can be read when you visit website http://www.ultimatehairgrower.com. A product of years of extensive research and thorough experimentation, compounding recently discovered organic ingredients available locally and abroad, this formulation tonic works to restore lost strands from about 40 to 80%. No product can be better than Ultimate Hair Grower Tonic when it comes to controlling DHT, thus the Ultimate effect is sustainable and lasting.
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5 Things You Can Do Now to Avoid Hair Loss Later

Rethink your diet: The idiom “you are what you eat” applies to your hair health, too. “Hair and scalp problems can arise from either a deficiency or an excess of nutrients in your diet,” says trichologist Elizabeth Cunnane Phillips of the Philip Kingsley Clinic in New York City. “Your hair cells need a balanced diet of proteins, complex carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals to function at their best.” Avoid extreme weight loss as well, another common determinant of hair loss. 2. Chill out: Elevated stress levels may cause an increase in shedding, so it’s important to take time to relax your mind. And while exercising is a great way to reduce tension, be aware: too much working out can provoke hair loss. More from POPSUGAR Beauty: The Fall Hair Color Trends to Keep on Your Radar 3.
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