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Get Back The Thick Luxious Hair You Had In Your Youth!

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Posted October 2, 2011 by sameerah in Fashion & Beauty

Lead: The risk of hair loss is too great a threat to ignore or take lightly. Many chemical strengtheners no longer have the results they once did. Hair care professionals are saying that the formulas have obviously changed. In an effort to save their hair from breakage and possible baldness many clients now prefer natural braids or press and curls. What’s a hard working Diva to do?

Like a thief in the night Alopecia Areata (AA) (hair thinning/hair loss) can rob you of the thick luxurious hair you once had. Hair loss is a major concern these days among women while the reasons it occurs is a mystery at best. The emotional reaction one has to finding out they have AA includes feeling depressed, alone, withdrawn or even isolated. AA can cause loss of self-esteem and have a psychosocial or emotional impact. AA can run the gambit from being patchy and localized to total hair loss. It all depends on your particular circumstances. You may fear that others will find out about it and therefore you hide under a wig or resort to wearing a weave. Finding out that you suffer with AA can cause anger, embarrassment or even self-blame. It’s hard to accept the very idea that you of all people are experiencing what many of us used to characterize as male pattern baldness. News flash! Women experience baldness too.

Ethnic women have always faced challenges in maintaining their wooly locks. Faced with the idea of possible baldness, many have opted for natural hairstyle alternatives. It serves the purpose of eliminating the expense of regular perms, expensive weaves or braided extensions, which are often required to maintain today’s popular hairstyles.

The risk of hair loss is too great a threat to ignore or take lightly. Many chemical strengtheners no longer have the results they once did. Hair care professionals are saying that the formulas have obviously changed. In an effort to save their hair from breakage and possible baldness many clients now prefer natural braids or press and curls.

Women in general are extremely busy and we all want wash and go hair. We simply don’t have time to flat iron, roll or set hair regularly. The popular Hollywood hairstyles have many of us running to the weave shop to have hair sewn or glued in. Imagine how wealthy the hair sellers are getting while the condition of our own hair steadily deteriorates. Measuring up to the media stereotypes is an expensive and challenging endeavor at best. In some circles we feel our own natural hair is no longer sufficient and opt to pump up the volume in ways that prove to be detrimental over time.

Grant it, there just isn’t enough time in the day to do the things our Mothers did to maintain their hair but where do we draw the line? As professional women, we focus on our careers coupled with the responsibility of family life. So, what’s a hard working Diva to do? We struggle to find time for ourselves. But wait – let’s get the best information we need to solve this dilemma!

The National Alopecia Areata Foundation (NAAF) has done research for decades in an effort to learn more about the causes and cures for AA. Their mission is to provide hope through support, education and public awareness, which is needed for those suffering with AA. The NAAF facilitates support though a pen pal network with Internet message boards that are available to its members. Go to www.naaf.org where you can sign up to receive information. Don’t suffer with thinning hair without getting the facts from a reliable source. Do everything you can to get back the thick luxurious hair you had in your youth.


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