Damaged hair is a precursor to hair loss. If Your hair is damaged, it is more prone to breakage or loss, which is why it is important to be able to identify when your hair is damaged, so you can treat it and prevent the inevitable devastation of hair loss. It is easy to damage your hair because colouring it, relaxing it, using irons or other heat based styling treatments, or evening pulling your hair too tightly or too frequently into a particular style harms your hair. Whilst hair loss is easy to spot i.e shedding en masse, bald patches, thinning or a receding hair line, damaged hair is a little more difficult to identify, until it is too late and your hair begins to fall. So, we will set out below, five characteristics to look for to determine whether your hair is damaged:..
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Hair loss can have a devastating effect on your emotional well being and self-esteem. The trauma and psychological stress caused by hair loss is rarely acknowledged or taken seriously, especially for women, because there is a general lack of awareness of hair loss in females. Society typically accepts the inevitability of male baldness but fails to acknowledge that women can also suffer from the same plight.
There is no denying that hair loss is an awful experience for both men and women. When you lose your hair you are loosing a function of your body that is used to cultivate your image, so when your hair goes, it can throw your life into crisis and grief. Part of you that was once there is now missing, so it is likely that when you experience hair loss you will go through the five stages of grief: