Can Stress Cause Hair Loss?
Some hair loss is correlated to stress. This type of hair loss is generally reversible and does not require medical treatment or hair transplant. Hair loss induced by stress usually occurs after severe stress, such as surgery, starvation, emotional stressful situation or illness. Stress and hair loss don’t have to be permanent. Getting your emotional stress… Read More »
Sex and Hair Loss
People believe they lose hair due to having too much sex. The fact is that most patients attempt to find a reason for rapid loss of hair in the early stages. Thas is often the same age that they are most active sexualy. The combination of the two may convince them that they may have lost… Read More »
Will a Hair Transplant Help Your Job Prospects?
Earlier this year, in an L.A. Times story, business columnist David Lazarus said he had visited a hair transplant center’s open house and noticed a lot of men in attendance. A lot more than he expected. He spoke to the director of the business and found out that, these days, a lot of the men looking for… Read More »
Common Causes of Hair loss In Children
Alopecia areata Alopecia areata is an autoimmune condition and causes patchy hair loss in any area in body. The bald areas of the skin usually look normal with no gross evidence of irritation or inflammation. A genetic association could be found in some cases and it could also be linked to other autoimmune disorders. Alopecia… Read More »