Losing your hair can be traumatic

Losing your hair can be traumatic no matter if you are a man or a woman.

There are many options men have to help cope with hair loss. But fewer options obtainable for women in the same circumstances however. It is considered forbidden for a woman to talk about such things. Since women are now becoming more open about this issue the solutions are also “coming out” to help women cope with hair loss issue. Options for women are now more popular than those available for men! Keep reading to find out some of the ways other women have been coping with losing their hair.

Woman use fashion to work in their favor rather than against them! The options obtainable to women aren’t always workable for men. Women however only need a scarf! Scarfs are good for hiding hair loss and are available in many colors. Scarves come in a variety of colors, shapes, sizes. It might only be a small one. You might like the hooded shawl look. Your choices are unimaginable.

Losing your hair can be traumatic

Losing your hair can be traumatic

Guys can’t get away with that! Well, men do have a wide variety of hats but really how many of those hats really hide the bald spot? Some men prefer baseball type hats or newsboys type caps to hide their balding heads. Women, on the other hand, can wear just about any kind of hat they like and call it “fashion.” What about a derby? Go for it. What about a top hat? Women have powers of imagination that make that little risk the happening style! Do you want to wear a beret? Who’s to stop you? Have fun with it. Another accessory trip to the store, Why Not!

Quite often, Propecia is handed to men who plan to fight against hair loss. To be positive, it is one of two medications approved by the FDA for men (Rogaine is the alternative) who desire to regrow hair) It has not been approved by the FDA for use in women. Of course, this does not mean it is illegal to use it. Studies have shown some success with this drug. Truth be told, the side effects of the drug that men think are aggravating (especially the lowered libido) do not seem to happen for women.

Dealing with hair loss varies from woman to woman. Some prefer to just accept the fact that they are losing their hair and do what they can with what they have left. Others fight hard against even the tiniest bit of thinning. Only you can decide what course of action to take. Before you start taking a bunch of pills, however, it is a good idea to talk to your doctor.

Your doctor can help you come up with a workable plan to diagnose your particular situation and find a solution.

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Hello everyone! My name is Diane Rice and I am 54 years old. After suffering from my own hair loss, I started researching scalp and hair disorders to find a cure for my hair loss issues. Thankfully my issue was an easy fix, deep conditioning my hair more to prevent it from being dry and brittle. But while researching and going through my dilemma I was educated on other hair loss disorders. In my recent endeavors, I am now embracing the world of hair loss and want to make a difference in the life of someone else facing hair loss.

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