Self diagnosis of hair loss could make things worse

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self diagnosing hair loss

self diagnosing hair lossBy searching on Google how to stop hair loss, you will end up with millions of results within seconds – but who has the time to go through each of those pages? Most of them are adverts from businesses who are selling herbal remedies which are untested, or from bloggers that are unqualified. By searching for help for hair loss from sources such as the internet, from friends and family members or from sales assistants you can end up making rash decisions which could cost you more in the long run or worse delay getting treatment that might have saved some hair.

The hair and beauty industry is growing fast and exploiting conditions such as hair loss. Products are available on shelves which claim to thicken and speed up hair growth as well as stop your hair from falling out altogether. Unfortunately, a majority of the time the hair loss still continues and some people even end up worsening their condition or suffering unpleasant side effects.

Seeking professional advice about hair loss

The main reason that most products don’t work is that there can be multiple causes of hair loss, no ‘one size’ treatment fits all and each can be very different. In fact, hair loss can actually be a symptom of an underlying condition which is it’s so important to seek out professional advice. A doctor or hair loss expert can diagnose the cause of your hair loss and create a customised treatment plan for you. This doesn’t need to cost a large amount of money, in fact you can probably end up saving more money that you would have spent on over the counter products with false promises.

When To See A Professional

Hair loss is a concerning condition which can affect us on an emotional and psychological level. It is important to understand that some hair loss is actually completely normal and natural part of the hair cycle. If your hair loss feels excessive to you, is continuously falling out in clumps or causing you concern for any other reason, then you should make an appointment to see your doctor or a hair loss expert.  We would be very happy to offer you a free consultation here at His Hair Clinic so why not give us a call on 0121 516 1767


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