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    Hair & Health...Make the Connection!

     
    Hair & Health…Make the Connection!
    By Dr. Linda Amerson

    Could you imagine the social embarrasement of your hair thinning, breaking, falling out in patches and you don’t know why? Help is available! Alopecia currently affects over 80 million Americans, in various categories. This statistic does not include the International market. September is recognized as National Alopecia Areata Month. What is Alopecia? Alopecia is the medical term for hair loss, and may affect men, women, children, and even some pets. A board certified Trichologist is a specialist in Alopecia and scalp disorder maladies.
    Your hair is acts as a barometer for imbalances/changes in your body. So do not think it is only external contributors, and external products are the culprits, seek a specialist. In addition, a microscopic consultation from a board certified Trichologist can confirm vital health information and health conditions. A polarized microscope and tricholoscope is used to get to the ROOT of the problem, not put a bandage to cover/mask the problem. We accept mailed in loose hair strands (10) along with our fee of $160 and completed data form from our website. A detailed report will be emailed or mailed to you with our
    Evaluation and recommendations.
    There are many contributing factors for Alopecia. Some of these factors include:
    1. Hereditary Predisposition
    2. Auto-immune Disease
    3. Head Trauma
    4. Scalp Infections
    5. Neurological Condition
    6. Nutritional Deficiencies
    7. Domestic Violence
    8. Chemical Over-processing
    9. Trendy Hairstyles
    10. Medication Side Effects
    11. Excessive Emotional Stress
    12. And on goes the list.
    The worst thing any consumer or professional stylist can do is to self diagnose the onset of their Alopecia condition. There are also signs that reveal a scalp crisis. Some of these signs include:
    1. If the scalp looks red or inflamed.
    2. If the scalp has black dots on it.
    3. If the scalp looks blue, beige, black, purple, or any other scalp discoloration.
    4. If there are pimples or scalp lesions on the scalp.
    5. If the scalp looks dry with clumps of patchy flakes, etc.
    In closing, seek the expertise of world-renown Trichologist, Dr. Amerson for an accurate microscopic analysis.

    Contact at (817) 265-8854 or www.hairandscalpessentials.com. Please tune in every Wedsnesday, @ 11am CST to Ask the Hair & Scalp Doctor Radio Show on www.DfwiRadio.com. Make plans to join us September 28-October 4, 2014 for our 2nd Cruise With A Purpose for Alopecia Awareness! Cruise details are on our website.

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