Saturday, September 23, 2006

Man! What a mane!

That’s how women of all ages envied when they look at Dimple Kapadia, the dazzling actress of yesteryears.

Hair loss worry is not an exclusive right of men alone. There is plenty of news about female hair loss also in fashion magazines.

While the causes for hair loss in men are mainly due to aging and heredity, hormonal changes can be the cause of the majority of female hair loss cases. Many women will begin to lose hair when they experience a change in their estrogen levels.

Other causes are diseases such as anemia, hypothyroidism, anorexia, bulimia, thyroid disease, liver disease, hepatic failure, renal failure, and viral, fungal, or protozoan infections.

Don’t forget that a women’s diet should have a strong amount of protein, essential fatty acids, and zinc. Deficiencies of these elements can cause hair loss and thinning.

One common reason for hair loss in both men and women is stress and emotion, because our hair is one of the first parts of our body to respond to both physical and emotional stresses, it is the first to be affected by stress, sometimes causing hair to shed.

I hope you are now armed with sufficient knowledge to take remedial action. If still not sure, contact Dr.Pistone, Phi Beta Kappa Award winner, to determine the best treatment for your particular hair loss case.
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