Everything You Need To Know About Hair Loss Symptoms, Causes, and Prevention
7 days ago - By HealthWorks Collective
Hair loss does not only affect the scalp but the entire body. The reason for hair loss may be hormonal, hereditary or result from medications and medical conditions. While some people do not really seem to be bothered by their hair loss and just let it go untreated and unhidden, others choose to cover it up using different hairstyles, scarves, and hats. There are, also, other people who choose to pursue hair loss treatment methods to prevent further loss and restore growth.
Due to the different cause of hair loss, it may manifest itself in different ways. For example, it can happen...
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