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Hair is a very important part of one's external features. Hair on your scalp completes your look. The problem of hair loss is one such problem that not only affects your external physical self but also your internal emotions. Usually partial or full baldness affects your confidence and self esteem. In this world baldness is often related to ugliness. And especially if baldness is in young men or women, it becomes even more difficult to move on because first impression is the last impression and baldness seems to hinder that.

Well baldness can cause in both the sexes, though it is more common in men. According to a research, in USA almost 90% of men suffer from baldness at varying stages of their life. So from these numbers itself you can have a fair idea that the problem is the commonest of all and many people are affected by it. Also the good news is that there are so many ways to treat hair loss problem. You can choose the type of treatment based on the diagnosis or depending upon the cause of hair loss and of course; your budget. There are many pocket friendly treatments also.


We need to first understand the cause of hair loss. Because analyzing that first we can move on to deciding upon the best treatment for hair loss -

==> Hair loss can be passed through the genes. That is to say that hair loss treatment can be hereditary passing from generation. Though, in this scenario remedies are available but as you can logically understand that if the cause is hereditary then treatment will take more than usual ways and time.

==> Hair loss occurring because of growing age is the most common of causes of baldness. Usually it begins around 40's with hair thinning from the front and gradually stretching all over. More over with climbing the ladder of age, people also catch up many diseases and hair loss can be a side effect of any other treatment you are taking. There are many herbal and natural treatments available in the market that claim to cure partial baldness. One needs to be extremely careful while using such treatments for there are umpteen numbers of quotable cases when such herbal treatments have backfired. Not to generalize that all herbal treatments are bad but one should check its credentials properly.


==> Certain diseases or long illness also trigger baldness. Diabetes is a very common disease and as its fall out hair loss is also very common. Any hormonal change can also trigger hair loss especially in women it is seen that pregnancy causes hair loss. Though hair loss due to hormonal changes can be easily restored back in few days with proper care and some natural treatments like herbal supplements and good quality oil applied in hair to prevent hair loss. Thyroid or some recent operation and taking of heavy medicine dosage cause temporary hair loss. What one needs to remember in theses types of hair loss is that it is temporary but if not taken care of immediately then can accentuate in to a permanent hair loss. In case hair loss is caused as a side effect to some disease or medicines, talk to the medical practitioner, may the a change of medicine can save the situation immediately.


==> In women especially a major cause of hair loss is various hair treatments that they get done to look beautiful in their young days and then a few years later they have to sit back melancholically. Well frequent use of dyes, chemicals etc on the hair leads to weakening of the roots of hair and thus hair breakage or hair fall. Hair styling that involves lot of direct heat applied to straighten or perm hair also leads to hair loss. In such a case, precaution is the best way to treat. One should firstly avoid frequent use of such things on your hair, moreover if used then take good care of hair. Uncared for hair will scream out loudly for attention and then fall apart.


==> These days staying extraordinarily slim is considered as the most happening things. To achieve that enviable figure young girls go on a crash dieting, often ignoring the fact that they are harming the growth of hair in the long run. Improper diet is a cause of hair loss. One needs to proper diet and one that includes good quantity of especially protein recommended for good hair growth.
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