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HAIR LOSS BASICS
Balancing Act: What Causes Baldness?
Your hair is going to tell an awful lot about you, including whether or not your body is in balance. Balance includes having a good physical and mental health, as well as having fully functioning organs and glands that are producing the correct hormones for your body. If a person is healthy, emotionally and physically healthy, their hair is going to be much more radiant and shining, and their scalp is going to be healthy and moist. Their hair is going to be able to tell you a lot about what their health state is, both with physical health and with mental health.
If a person is not well, either not physically well, or not mentally well, their hair is going to be rather dull and they are going to have a hard time focusing on what their hair should be like. In an unhealthy person, you are even going to see periods of time in which their hair falls out. It might become waxy, due to the overproduction of the glands that are providing your hair with nutrients.
It is also a true fact that any changes we might be going through in our lives are going to be displayed for all to see on our heads. If we are well and healthy and happy, our heads will reflect this. If not, our hair might begin to fall out, and sometimes a slump in physical or mental state can be easily reflected in our hair.
Even though challenge and excitement is something that we need to be attractive and active people, too much stress can actually cause our hair to fall out of our heads. When this happens, it will usually regrow itself if we can get our bodies regulated and get thought the periods of stress without falling back into them again.
Remember that if you are losing hair because of stress or if you are losing hair because of a slump you are in your life, you are actually in a good place to be, when it comes to your hair loss, because most of the time, once you fix what is going wrong in your life, your hair will re grow itself and your hair loss will actually be reversed. So, if you have lost hair due to stress or to being physically or mentally ill, the good thing is that once you get yourself healthy and back on track, you aren’t going to have to worry about your hair, it will come back on its own.
Balding and Chemotherapy: How to Cope
Cancer is a horrible reason to be in the hospital, but it can be treated and, in some cases, cured. Chemotherapy is one of the many treatments available for cancer, but there are a number of side effects. In addition to becoming very ill from this treatment, you will probably also lose your hair. Hair loss for a cancer patient is adding insult to injury in many cases, especially for people who are used to having a full head of hair. It can be especially sad for children and women. There are things you can do to deal with losing your hair to cancer if you or a family member is dealing with this issue.Other Details
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