Hair Loss No More
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Have you come to that point in your life where you realize that you are losing hair? If that is the case then you must get a copy of "Hair Loss No More." This text gets right to the point and starts out by explaining the meaning that has been attached to hair and how it represented strength in an individual. The author has gone to great lengths to ensure that the reader has the opportunity to not only learn why some persons start to lose hair after a certain period of time but also to learn what the latest treatment methods are for the hair loss. It can be pretty tricky to navigate as hair loss can be due to hereditary reasons or medical reasons. That has to be established first. At the end of it all the reader can make an informed decision as to whether or not a certain type of treatment is beneficial for them.

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Date de parution 26 octobre 2013
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EAN13 9781630222345
Langue English

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HairLoss No More
EffectiveWays To Treat Hair Loss
By:Randolph Streete
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Publishers Notes
Dedication
Chapter 1- What Does Hair Represent?
Chapter 2- Starting the Journey-Treating the Hair
Chapter 3- Does it Work?
Chapter 4- What to Expect after a Hair Transplant
Chapter 5- Tips on Avoiding Hair Loss
Chapter 6- Causes of Hair Loss
Chapter 7- Diseases that Cause Hair Loss
Chapter 8- How to Stop a Receding Hairline
Chapter 9- Know Your Options
Chapter 10- Hair Loss Treatments
Chapter 11- Vitamins for Hair loss
Chapter 12- Hair Products Specifically for Women
Chapter 13- Summary and Conclusion
About The Author
PublishersNotes
Disclaimer
This publicationis intended to provide helpful and informative material. It is not intended todiagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any health problem or condition, nor isintended to replace the advice of a physician. No action should be taken solelyon the contents of this book. Always consult your physician or qualifiedhealth-care professional on any matters regarding your health and beforeadopting any suggestions in this book or drawing inferences from it.
The author andpublisher specifically disclaim all responsibility for any liability, loss orrisk, personal or otherwise, which is incurred as a consequence, directly orindirectly, from the use or application of any contents of this book.
Any and allproduct names referenced within this book are the trademarks of theirrespective owners. None of these owners have sponsored, authorized, endorsed,or approved this book.
Always read allinformation provided by the manufacturers’ product labels before using theirproducts. The author and publisher are not responsible for claims made bymanufacturers.
Kindle Edition 2013
Manufactured inthe United States of America
Dedication
This book isdedicated to my parents who encouraged me to keep on writing.
Chapter 1- What Does Hair Represent?
Throughouthistory, long, flowing hair has been a symbol of strength. This was true formany cultures, including the Scottish, the Norse, the Ancient Greeks, theCelts, the Mayans, and many others. Many major civilizations of Western Europe,Southern Europe, Africa, North America and South America have prized long hairas symbols of wealth, strength and beauty.
Ofcourse, there is the famous bible story of Samson – an invincible warrior whosesecret was rooted his mane of lush long hair. History tells the story of how hewas seduced by a woman who got him drunk, tricking him into telling the secretto his remarkable strength. As a result she cut his hair allowing him to beeasily captured by the enemy.

Today,long hair is associated with varying cultural movements rather than individualcultures or civilizations as recorded in the past. For example both the hippieand Goth movements, are defined by their long hair.
Inour general society, the length of a man's hair is not so important yet baldingpeople still have feelings of great inadequacy. They somehow feel baldness isan unattractive quality. Many studies have shown that these feelings areunfounded, and vastly exaggerated as the feelings of inadequacy within theperson who is bald, is far more burdensome than any weakened perception of themby others.
Ithas been said by many that the hair is any person’s crowning glory, giving theconception that even if the general appearance of a person is not pretty orhandsome; as long as they have long bouncing hair to flaunt, there is a levelof sociable acceptance that compensates for the general appearance. This theoryhas driven many suffering from hair loss in the direction of spending vastamounts of money on hair treatment products and therapy. True or natural hairis one of the best recognizable assets of a person. Sometimes, it can even belinked to the person’s personality – how glossy and shiny the hair looks, showshow much one takes good care of themselves. However, this is not true in allinstances. There are situations when a person loses their hair regardless ofthe extreme care taken to maintain it as the circumstance could be healthrelated or hereditary. There are many people today who about suffering hairloss and hopefully this book will provide the vital information relating to thevarying causes, possible solutions and treatment options available to treat yourhair loss.

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