The Mental Effects Of Loosing Your Hair

As a girl the word tomorrow never had much meaning to me. Life had infinite probabilities. Going to school and playing outside with my buddies was my biggest fears. If you're over the age of 35 you're going to relate to what I'm going to say next.

At present I'm a 42 years old lady with 2 kids, and an excellent husband. I thought my life was perfect. Then one day as I was going through my morning regimen I noticed that my hair was thinning. I presumed, well, perhaps its stress. The children are older and more disobedient, and I recalled reading somewhere that stressed caused hair loss. I didn't give it much more thought.

Approximately 30 Days Later

Here I was standing in the mirror once more. I was almost certain that my hair was thinning, and it had to be more than just stress. As I went through my day, I felt as if everybody that I encountered noticed my thinning hair. My self-esteem hasn't ever been so low. My life was arching out of control. I began to distance myself from my youngsters, my partner, and my work-mates.

I started trying every over-the-counter treatment available on the market. I was constantly online looking for miracle solutions. I tried at least a six hair styles. For awhile that caused me to feel a little better, but the reality is my hair was continuing to fall out.

I read online that dying your hair a lighter color was a good method to cover up thinning hair. It was suppose to create an illusion that the hair was more dense. It seemed to work for awhile, but the truth is the facts.

After work one day, my hubby was sat at the table. He asked me if I'd sit down. I thought to myself this was it. I had been so cold that he was going to ask me for a divorce. To my continuing surprise he had been doing research on baldness restoration. He knew what I was going through without me ever saying a word to him about it. He explained the benefits and disadvantages to me about the procedure.

Six Months After Having a Hair Transplant

My hair looked gorgeous, and the better part was it was my natural hair. It essentially looked better now than it did before it started thinning. I strongly recommend hair restoration to any person suffering from thinning hair.

Casting back over everything, I was amazed to discover the mental effects that hair loss had on me. Thinning hair nearly wiped out my life.

I would recommend that you start your journey by first understanding how your hair grows, and what causes baldness. Believe it or disbelieve it there is a lot of science behind baldness.


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