Lupus is an autoimmune disease that causes swelling and a variety of other symptoms, some blatant and some more discreet. For those who can’t recognize their immediate symptoms, seeking help becomes a more difficult task. Treating lupus early is one of the best ways to combat the disease. Here are a few common signs you should look out for. (more…)
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People experience hair loss for many different reasons, and all depending on the unique circumstance of the individual. If you’re experiencing hair loss, the first thing you need to do is figure out why. Once you and a doctor have determined the cause, you can move on to dealing with your hair loss. (more…)
It’s no secret that Americans are concerned with their diet. When typing “diet” into any search engine, it’s likely that you’ll receive a host of millions of sites referencing fads, trends, and research to what we should eat and how we should eat it. Many of these diet trends require that the consumer eat a certain list of ingredients for an extended period of time such as WHOLE30, a program that illuminates non-processed whole foods, grains, dairy and sugar. Dieting is a wonderful way to achieve healthy weight-loss goals or just to lead a healthier lifestyle in general. However, in attempts to achieve quick weight-loss, or an inability to understand proper nutrition, some people can have negative effects from dieting. (more…)
Mom and Dad don’t always pass down the best genes. While you may love that cute button-nose you inherited from your mother, your balding father gave something a little less charming. Being genetically predisposed to hair loss is, unfortunately, unavoidable. Female alopecia most commonly presents itself over the entire scalp, resulting in baldness. This can be especially disastrous for older women who have grown accustomed to having a full head of hair. In some cases, alopecia occurs on the front and top of the scalp while thinning sparingly toward the sides. Learning more about the mechanisms behind genetic hair loss, the signs you may have inherited alopecia, and understanding possible solutions will give you a clear head while going through this emotionally draining time. Let’s get started.
Every woman has an idea of what will happen to their body during menopause. They prepare themselves to experience hot flashes, irritability, and moodiness. What many women don’t expect or realize, however, is that hair loss is very common during menopause. As this comes as a shock, it is common for women to feel self-conscious about their hair loss. If you can relate to menopause and hair loss, you should consider buying a beautiful wig.
From sassy undercuts to elegant bobs the summer of 2016 is the year of funky hairstyles. Whether you want some light, playful curls or a bleached pixie with attitude the styling possibilities are endless this year. For women with hair loss, deciding on the best wig style can be a daunting task. Let’s take a further look at the latest trends, colors, and styles this year so you can make the best decision!
When women begin to suffer from hair loss, one of their first thoughts is why. They want to know why their hair loss is occurring and if there is any possible way to reverse the process. While some hair loss can be reversed, other hair loss is permanent. One of the potential causes of their hair loss could be from medication. Different types of medication can cause changes in the texture and color along with hair loss, sometimes subtle and sometimes extreme. So how does this happen?
A commonly found cause of hair loss in our salon is alopecia areata. While the term might be heard every now and again, few people understand what the words mean and how to react. Hair loss that occurs when the body’s immune system attacks the follicles of hair is referred to as alopecia areata. When this occurs, the loss is not always permanent, but specialists are still unsure as to why the loss occurs. While alopecia areata is most commonly found in those under the age of twenty, the hair loss is known to affect women and men of any age.