How Hair Loss Changes Behavior
A new study has found that more than half of women who suffer from thinning hair change their lifestyles, including wearing hats, using more than one hair thickening product daily, wearing a hairstyle to increase the appearance of thickness and washing their hair less often. The same study found that twice as many women discuss their hair loss problem with their hairdresser than their doctor.
Similarly, many men who suffer from male pattern baldness alter their lifestyles significantly. Because it affects their confidence in a negative way, men tend to become less social and outgoing. Only 11 percent of men said they would talk to a doctor about hair loss, yet seeking trusted medical advice is the best way to deal with the problem, since cosmetic solutions are only temporary and don't address the root problem causing hair loss.
There are various treatments available for hair loss, such as Propecia and Provillus. However, Propecia is not an option for women, so they must use alternatives such as Provillus.
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