December 2010 Archives



By John Newcomb

Stress is one of the biggest causes for hair loss, although not many people know about it. One of the easiest ways to reduce hair fall is to reduce the amount of stress in your life. Along with a healthy diet and perhaps a shampoo or conditioner that actively promotes hair growth, reducing stress can really do wonders for your hair line.

Of course, reducing stress to prevent hair loss is easier said than done. It can be phenomenally difficult to cut down on stress, especially considering the busy lives most of us lead (which, of course, contributes to hair loss). Read more on Stress and Hair Loss – How to Defeat Hair Loss Through Stress Management…


By Chun-Lam S Lo

Males are more likely to become bald than females. We hear and see lots of men losing their hair at an early age. Some men start seeing bald patches in their hair at an early age of thirty. Some experience signs of hair loss even earlier. Female hair loss only affects a small percentage of women.

A common form of female hair loss is a condition called telogen effluvium. Telogen effluvium is a condition where there is a widely spread out shedding of hair. The hair loss occurs on the scalp and on other parts of the body. Read more on Female Hair Loss – Prevention Beats Any Cure…

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