The Signs of Hair Loss


Posted December 14, 2018 by edigeronimomd

Losing hair can be one of the most devastating things you will have to face in your lifetime. But being aware of your hair’s health and its growth pattern is the first step to getting ahead of hair loss.

 
Hair loss is a natural occurrence in the human body. You lose up to 100 hair strands every day and that is normal because, for most people, those hairs grow back. But as we grow older, men and women lose hair for many different reasons such as certain diseases, some medicines stress, and poor diet. For many people it can be a blow to their self-esteem, causing them to lose confidence in themselves and would do just about everything in an attempt to regain their lost hair. But one thing is for sure, most of us are going to experience some form of balding or thinning hair through our lifetimes.


Itchy Scalp

There are many causes why you experience an itchy scalp. In some cases, the itchiness is caused by dandruff or even allergic reaction. Hair loss may then occur when scratching is too much or the scalp condition affects the structure or strength of the hair follicles. If left untreated, may cause serious scalp problem that could greatly affect your hair growth.

Genetics

If you are too concern about hair loss, you might want to review your family tree first to find out if you have inherited genes from bald family members or relatives. Genetics is one of the most common reasons for hair loss. If you see a similar pattern of baldness in your family, it is then safe to assume that one of the reasons why you are losing too much hair is genetics. It is always difficult to go against the natural flow of your body after all.


Receding Hairline

This is probably the first and easiest indicator you will notice when it comes to hair loss. A receding hairline begins on top at the frontal line and works its way back. It is very easy to spot that is why most people who experience having a receding hairline often find a solution at an early stage.

Bald Spot

This is an obvious sign since it thins in a rounded area while surrounded by normal hair growth. This is common to older men which most likely have already accepted baldness. You only have to worry if you notice a bald spot also called the thinning crown area at a young age. Seek medical assistance before it’s too late.

If you need professional assistance about hair loss, talk to Dr. Di Geronimo today. Dr. DiGeronimo has all the hair solution that you need. If you need hair transplant or hair loss treatment, contact our office today to schedule an appointment through 305-932-5557.
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Issued By Ernest DiGeronimo
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Categories Beauty , Health
Tags Hair Loss Treatment , digeronimo hair loss treatment , Hair Loss
Last Updated December 14, 2018