Why Hair Loss Happens
One thing that so many people take for granted is a thick, luscious head of hair. If you’re one of the few who was never naturally blessed with great hair or you were but a turn of events has caused your hair to begin to shed, you now obsess about everyone who walks around with more than a couple hairs on their head (or so it seems!).
Hair loss is devastating. There’s no other way to describe it. For those who are suffering, it can be heart breaking. While sure, there are worse things in life that could happen, hair loss is something that you never forget about. It’s always there on your mind, especially while you are out in public.
If you are just at the beginning of your hair loss journey, you may be feeling anxiety over what’s to come. Will you continue to lose it? You wash the hair go down the drain each time you shower and feel your stomach turn wondering how long it will continue.
Or perhaps you’ve already lost a significant amount of hair and are now frantic to fix your problem. You aren’t bald, but as far as you are concerned, you might as well be!
The good news is that in many cases, hair loss is not permanent. It can be treated and if not, at least managed. The outcome of your hair loss and whether you’ll grow it back again to what it was before will all depend on the reason for your hair loss. Pinpointing this first is your beginning step. Once you’ve figured that out, you can then begin to plan how you will move forward from here.