A Must-Read Book for Every Woman Hiding Beneath a Weave

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dr w A Must Read Book for Every Woman Hiding Beneath a WeaveHouston Dermatologist Seymour Weaver III, MD offers women insight into the process of diagnosing, treating, and reversing hair loss with his new book, ‘Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide: How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness.’

In his new book, Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide: How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness, Dr. Seymour Weaver asks women: What’s Under your Weave?  The answer can be shocking, and it includes thinning hair and even bald patches.  Sadly, few women know where to turn when they begin losing their hair or are even aware that hair loss is a real, medical problem and not just an issue of vanity.  Weaves can seem like the answer, but they worsen the problem; the true answer lies in Dr. Weaver’s book, a much-needed resource for women suffering from hair loss.

There are many possible causes of hair loss for women, including: scalp infection, medication, genetics, and hair styling.  Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide demystifies the process of turning to a doctor for answers to this problem, providing a detailed account of what women can expect once they seek help, from their first hair loss evaluation appointment to diagnosis and treatment.  Dr. Weaver is an expert in his field with over thirty years in practice and helps women understand that, while covering up their scalp seems like the answer, it is merely a superficial solution for a medical problem.

 

Facing what’s under the weave can be a difficult and terrifying experience, but it is nothing compared to the shameful and irreversible baldness that can result from continuing to use weaves as a solution.  The sooner women seek medical treatment for hair loss, the sooner they can start on the road to re-growth and, ultimately, recovery.

 

Dr. Seymour Weaver

 

 

Dr. Seymour Weaver is board-certified in dermatology and a member of many medical organizations (American Academy of Dermatology, American Medical Association, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, American Society for Liposuction Surgery, Houston Dermatological Society, National Medical Association, Texas Dermatological Society, Texas Medical Association) and is specifically recognized for his expertise in anti-aging dermatology, treating hair loss and scalp disorders, dermatological laser procedures with capabilities to treat skin of every color, and surgical and non-surgical body-shaping procedures.

 

He received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed a medical internship at Los Angeles County/USC medical center and dermatology training at Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Center in Los Angeles. He also studied tropical dermatology in Nairobi, Kenya at the Kenyatta National Hospital.

 

For more information, please visit http://www.drwdermatology.com/ and http://BlackHairLossGuide.com.

“Like” Dr. Seymour Weaver on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaver and https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaversBlackHairLossGuide.

Follow Dr. Seymour Weaver on Twitter @DrSeymourWeaver and @BlackHairLossDr

 

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Hair Loss: A Growing Affliction amongst Young Women

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Many young women who use weaves don’t realize they could be causing irreversible damage. In his new book, ‘Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide: How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness’, Seymour Weaver III, MD works to inform young women that they are not immune to the plague of permanent baldness.

Weaves are prevalent amongst women all ages and, in recent years, amongst women of all races. This is understandable: many women love the look weaves offer their hair. However, young women who have used a weave since their childhood or early teens soon find out the unsavory truth about weaves.

 

In Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide: How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness, Seymour Weaver III, MD discusses the lasting damage a weave can cause for women and their hair. While a weave can make a woman’s hair look great in the short term, in the long run, they can cause hair thinning that may become irreversible. Women as young as eighteen years old can suffer the permanent loss of as much as half their hair if they ignore the signs and continue to wear a weave.

Thinning hair and baldness are becoming more and more pervasive amongst young women; however, a woman who is treated earlier for hair loss has a much greater chance of keeping her hair over her entire lifetime. Dr. Weaver urges all women to seek treatment for preventable baldness, and he stresses the importance of doing so at every age. Young women are not immune to this problem and, in fact, will suffer the consequences longer if their hair loss goes untreated.

Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide arms women with the information they need to face their hair loss and seek real help for it. Dr. Weaver stresses that for many women, baldness is preventable and that early diagnosis and early prevention are the key to keeping women and their hair together for life.

 

Dr. Seymour Weaver

 

 

Dr. Seymour Weaver is board-certified in dermatology and a member of many medical organizations (American Academy of Dermatology, American Medical Association, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, American Society for Liposuction Surgery, Houston Dermatological Society, National Medical Association, Texas Dermatological Society, Texas Medical Association) and is specifically recognized for his expertise in anti-aging dermatology, treating hair loss and scalp disorders, dermatological laser procedures with capabilities to treat skin of every color, and surgical and non-surgical body-shaping procedures.

 

He received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed a medical internship at Los Angeles County/USC medical center and dermatology training at Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Center in Los Angeles. He also studied tropical dermatology in Nairobi, Kenya at the Kenyatta National Hospital.

 

For more information, please visit http://www.drwdermatology.com/and http://BlackHairLossGuide.com.

“Like” Dr. Seymour Weaver on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaver and https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaversBlackHairLossGuide.

Follow Dr. Seymour Weaver on Twitter @DrSeymourWeaver and @BlackHairLossDr

 

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Damaging Distance: the Need for the Hair Styling and the Medical Communities to Come Together

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In his new book, ‘Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide,” Seymour Weaver III, MD urges for increased collaboration between doctors and hairstylists. Many women suffering from hair loss don’t seek a doctor’s help until it is too late; hair stylists can be the first line of defense to save women’s hair.

Many people who experience hair loss suffer in silence, especially if they are women. Hair loss is much more than a vanity issue; it is a real, medical issue that requires treatment before it can be resolved. Since hair stylists are often the first to notice a client’s hair loss, Seymour Weaver III, MD emphasizes the importance of creating a dialogue between hair stylists and medical professionals in his new book, Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide: How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness. Beginning this conversation is a key step in the fight to save women’s hair.

Hairstylists have a unique perspective on the health of their clients’ hair, because they generally see their clients far more often than a doctor sees them. Therefore, stylists are often the first to spot thinning hair—a simple fact that makes the hair styling community a crucial player in the fight to, ultimately, keep women from losing their hair. Sadly, many hair stylists don’t have the medical background or knowledge to encourage their clients to seek out medical treatment before it is too late; and, for that, many women bear the great burden of permanent hair loss.

Dr. Weaver works to close the existing gap between hairstylists and medical professionals. His book is a catalyst for the new and important relationship between doctors and hair care professionals; he begins the dialogue by providing both parties with the information they need regarding causes, diagnosis, and treatment of hair loss. By putting hair stylists on guard against hair loss, Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide ultimately helps more women avoid permanent baldness and happily keep their hair.

 

Dr. Seymour Weaver

Dr. Seymour Weaver is board certified in dermatology and a member of many medical organizations (American Academy of Dermatology, American Medical Association, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, American Society for Liposuction Surgery, Houston Dermatological Society, National Medical Association, Texas Dermatological Society, Texas Medical Association) and is specifically recognized for his expertise in anti-aging dermatology, treating hair loss and scalp disorders, dermatological laser procedures with capabilities to treat skin of every color, and surgical and non-surgical body shaping procedures.

 

He received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed a medical internship at Los Angeles County/USC medical center and dermatology training at Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Center in Los Angeles. He also studied tropical dermatology in Nairobi, Kenya at the Kenyatta National Hospital.

 

For more information, please visit http://www.drwdermatology.com/and http://BlackHairLossGuide.com.

“Like” Dr. Seymour Weaver on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaver and https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaversBlackHairLossGuide.

Follow Dr. Seymour Weaver on Twitter @DrSeymourWeaver and @BlackHairLossDr

The Hair Loss Woes of the World’s Top Tennis Player

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Serena Williams is the number one female tennis player in the world and reportedly suffers from hair loss. Seymour Weaver III, MD provides a resource for help in his new book, ‘Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide: How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness.’

The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) issued the latest top ten rankings for women’s tennis recently, and, to no one’s surprise, Serena Williams remained in the top spot, a fact due, in no small part, to her winning her fifth U.S. Open title this year. However, as amazing as Serena Williams’ life may seem, she must endure hair loss and it’s many side effects. Williams, whose many hairstyles may outnumber her tennis wins, can, likely, blame damaging hair styling methods for her affliction.

In his new book, Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide: How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness, Seymour Weaver III, MD, discusses what women with hair loss can do to save their hair. With over 30 years of experience to his credit, Dr. Weaver stresses the importance or early diagnosis and early prevention as the key to keeping women from permanent baldness. Unfortunately, many women are tempted to continue to wear weaves once their hair has started thinning, aided by the idea that many celebrities do it, too.
Despite its perception as a vanity issue, hair loss is a medical issue that must be treated by a doctor. Dr. Weaver opens up a discussion about what women can expect once they seek help—from the first appointment to the diagnosis and treatment—that can—unlike yet another weave—truly cure hair loss. Serena Williams may be a strong female role model, but women should think twice before they let their desire to emulate her extend to choices that could endanger their hair.

Dr. Seymour Weaver

Dr. Seymour Weaver is board-certified in dermatology and a member of many medical organizations (American Academy of Dermatology, American Medical Association, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, American Society for Liposuction Surgery, Houston Dermatological Society, National Medical Association, Texas Dermatological Society, Texas Medical Association) and is specifically recognized for his expertise in anti-aging dermatology, treating hair loss and scalp disorders, dermatological laser procedures with capabilities to treat skin of every color, and surgical and non-surgical body-shaping procedures.

He received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed a medical internship at Los Angeles County/USC medical center and dermatology training at Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Center in Los Angeles. He also studied tropical dermatology in Nairobi, Kenya at the Kenyatta National Hospital.

For more information, please visit http://www.drwdermatology.com/ and http://BlackHairLossGuide.com.
“Like” Dr. Seymour Weaver on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaver and https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaversBlackHairLossGuide.
Follow Dr. Seymour Weaver on Twitter @DrSeymourWeaver and @BlackHairLossDr

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Preventing Hair Loss in Young Patients by Dr. Seymour Weaver

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Dr. Seymour Weaver comments on the fact that patients with thinning hair and baldness are becoming more and more pervasive in the younger population.

Dr. Weaver’s goal is for every individual that preventable baldness for it to be prevented. For example a woman who is treated earlier for hair loss has a better chance of keeping more of their hair over their lifetime states Dr. Seymour Weaver.

“Early detection, early diagnosis and early prevention at every age will give more women a chance to keep her hair for life,” concludes Dr. Weaver.

About Dr. Seymour Weaver

Dr. Seymour Weaver is board-certified in dermatology and a member of many medical organizations (American Academy of Dermatology, American Medical Association, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, American Society for Liposuction Surgery, Houston Dermatological Society, National Medical Association, Texas Dermatological Society, Texas Medical Association) and is specifically recognized for his expertise in anti-aging dermatology, treating hair loss and scalp disorders, dermatological laser procedures with capabilities to treat skin of every color, and surgical and non-surgical body-shaping procedures.

He received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed a medical internship at Los Angeles County/USC medical center and dermatology training at Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Center in Los Angeles. He also studied tropical dermatology in Nairobi, Kenya at the Kenyatta National Hospital.

For more information, please visit http://www.drwdermatology.com/and http://BlackHairLossGuide.com.

“Like” Dr. Seymour Weaver on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaver and https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaversBlackHairLossGuide.

Follow Dr. Seymour Weaver on Twitter @DrSeymourWeaver and @BlackHairLossDr

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Hair Styling and the Medical Community: Collaboration is Key

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Many women experiencing hair loss don’t seek the help of a doctor until it is too late. With his new book ‘Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide”, Seymour Weaver III, MD bridges the gap between doctors and hair stylists, who are often the first to notice hair loss.

Many people who suffer from hair loss in silence simply do not know that their embarrassing problem is more than a vanity issue. Women, especially, must understand that it is a real, medical issue, one for which treatment is necessary. Dr. Seymour Weaver emphasizes this in his new book, Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide: How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness. His book is the catalyst for a conversation many medical professionals have been attempting to spark with hairstylists for years.

Hairstylists see their clients far more often than a doctor sees them, and they work with exclusively with their clients’ hair. Taking this into consideration, hairstylists should be the first line of defense in noticing thinning hair and encouraging their clients to get help, but most are not armed with the knowledge they need to do so. Many women don’t go to a medical professional for hair loss until it is far too late. Getting hairstylists the medical information they need to help their clients get treatment is a key element in ensuring fewer women go through the traumatic experience of permanent hair loss.

Dr. Weaver works to bridge the gap between hairstylists and medical professionals. By providing them with the information they need regarding causes, diagnosis, and treatment of hair loss, he opens the door for a new and important relationship. A true catalyst for change, Weaver emphasizes the necessity for a relationship between doctors and hairstylists. With this relationship in place, more women will get treatment for their hair loss before it becomes irreversible.

Dr. Seymour Weaver

Dr. Seymour Weaver is board certified in dermatology and a member of many medical organizations (American Academy of Dermatology, American Medical Association, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, American Society for Liposuction Surgery, Houston Dermatological Society, National Medical Association, Texas Dermatological Society, Texas Medical Association) and is specifically recognized for his expertise in anti-aging dermatology, treating hair loss and scalp disorders, dermatological laser procedures with capabilities to treat skin of every color, and surgical and non-surgical body shaping procedures.

He received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed a medical internship at Los Angeles County/USC medical center and dermatology training at Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Center in Los Angeles. He also studied tropical dermatology in Nairobi, Kenya at the Kenyatta National Hospital.

For more information, please visit http://www.drwdermatology.com/ and http://BlackHairLossGuide.com.
“Like” Dr. Seymour Weaver on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaver and https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaversBlackHairLossGuide.
Follow Dr. Seymour Weaver on Twitter @DrSeymourWeaver and @BlackHairLossDr

The Book Every Woman with Thinning Hair Needs to Own

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Houston Dermatologist Seymour Weaver III, MD offers women insight into the process of diagnosing, treating, and reversing hair loss with his new book, ‘Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide: How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness.’

Many women suffer from the painful experience of hair loss; even celebrities like Naomi Campbell and January Jones are susceptible. Even worse, few women know where to turn when they begin losing their hair or are even aware that hair loss is a real, medical problem and not just an issue of vanity. In his new book, Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide: How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness, Seymour Weaver III, MD tackles this problem head-on, providing a much-needed resource for women with hair loss.

Despite the title, Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide is a guide for women of all ethnicities. These women often don’t know that they need to turn to a doctor. When Naomi Campbell’s hair loss was revealed by The Huffington Post last August, experts speculated that she has waited too long to seek treatment. Waiting too long can result in permanent baldness, but, with the help of Dr. Weaver’s book, many women can avoid that irreversible damage.

Dr. Weaver demystifies the process of turning to a doctor for answers to hair loss. His book includes pictures and a detailed guide of the steps to diagnosis, such as consideration of a patient’s medical history, scalp examination, biopsy evaluation of the scalp and a final diagnosis. This helps eliminate fear of the unknowns that may occur during the doctor’s visit and motivates women experiencing hair loss to seek treatment.

Once women understand the importance of enlisting the help of a dermatologist and realize that it is a simple process, they can stop being afraid and start finding answers and treatment.

 

Dr. Seymour Weaver

 

Dr. Seymour Weaver is board-certified in dermatology and a member of many medical organizations (American Academy of Dermatology, American Medical Association, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, American Society for Liposuction Surgery, Houston Dermatological Society, National Medical Association, Texas Dermatological Society, Texas Medical Association) and is specifically recognized for his expertise in anti-aging dermatology, treating hair loss and scalp disorders, dermatological laser procedures with capabilities to treat skin of every color, and surgical and non-surgical body-shaping procedures.

 

He received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed a medical internship at Los Angeles County/USC medical center and dermatology training at Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Center in Los Angeles. He also studied tropical dermatology in Nairobi, Kenya at the Kenyatta National Hospital.

 

For more information, please visit http://www.drwdermatology.com/and http://BlackHairLossGuide.com.

“Like” Dr. Seymour Weaver on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaver and https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaversBlackHairLossGuide.

Follow Dr. Seymour Weaver on Twitter @DrSeymourWeaver and @BlackHairLossDr

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Weaves: The Awful Truth about Weaves, Baldness & Thinning Hair

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Women who love their weaves aren’t recognizing that they are causing permanent damage. In his new book, ‘Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide: How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness’, Seymour Weaver III, MD urges women to abandon their weaves, before it is too late.

In recent years, weaves have become increasingly popular among women of all races, though they remain especially prevalent amongst black women. This is understandable; a weave makes a woman’s hair look great, and many women love the look weaves offer their hair. Perhaps this is why so many women choose to ignore the unsavory truth about weaves.

In Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide: How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness, Seymour Weaver III, MD discusses why, though weaves make a woman’s hair look great in the short term, in the long run, they can be disastrous. Hair thinning is not only possible, it is likely, and will only worsen with time. Eventually, permanent baldness can occur if women don’t answer the question, “What’s under your weave?”
Weaves merely cover the problem of hair loss with a “Band-Aid solution”, instead of solving it. This Band-Aid is one that often makes the problem more severe and keeps women from seeking the help they really need.

Dr. Weaver informs women that hair thinning can be the result of various causes, including genetics, medications, scalp infections, and hair styling, and that help should be sought from medical professionals, rather than hair stylists. He stresses that hair loss, which is a medical problem, cannot be fixed by a beauty professional.
Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide arms women with the information they need to face their hair loss and seek real help for it. Now the question, “What’s under your weave?” doesn’t have to be such a frightening one.

Dr. Seymour Weaver

Dr. Seymour Weaver is board-certified in dermatology and a member of many medical organizations (American Academy of Dermatology, American Medical Association, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, American Society for Liposuction Surgery, Houston Dermatological Society, National Medical Association, Texas Dermatological Society, Texas Medical Association) and is specifically recognized for his expertise in anti-aging dermatology, treating hair loss and scalp disorders, dermatological laser procedures with capabilities to treat skin of every color, and surgical and non-surgical body-shaping procedures.

He received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed a medical internship at Los Angeles County/USC medical center and dermatology training at Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Center in Los Angeles. He also studied tropical dermatology in Nairobi, Kenya at the Kenyatta National Hospital.

For more information, please visit http://www.drwdermatology.com/ and http://BlackHairLossGuide.com.
“Like” Dr. Seymour Weaver on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaver and https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaversBlackHairLossGuide.
Follow Dr. Seymour Weaver on Twitter @DrSeymourWeaver and @BlackHairLossDr

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For media inquiries or to request an interview, please contact:
Dr. Seymour Weaver
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281.395.7770

The Hair Loss Woes of Naomi Campbell & Serena Williams

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Many celebrities, most notably supermodel Naomi Campbell and star athlete Serena Williams, have been spotted with bald patches. With help, this problem can be avoided. Seymour Weaver III, MD provides information on how to stop thinning hair and avoid permanent baldness in his new book, ‘Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide.’

It can be difficult to remember that even superstars like Naomi Campbell and Serena Williams are not perfect. Both the world-renowned model and the legendary tennis player, however, are both suffering from an embarrassing secret: hair loss. Campbell, who has worn stick- straight weaves for years, and Williams, whose hairstyle has changed numerous times throughout her career, can likely blame their troubles on the damaging methods many women use to style their hair.

In his new book, Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide: How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness, Seymour Weaver III, MD, discusses what women with similar problems can and should do to save their hair. Weaver, who has over thirty years in practice and celebrity clients to his credit, encourages women to get help before the very real threat of permanent hair loss befalls them. Many women are tempted to continue to wear weaves once their hair has started thinning, aided by the notion that many celebrities do it, too. Unfortunately, continuing to wear weaves is not a solution and can, in fact, make the hair loss irreversible.

The medical community holds the true solution for women who are losing their hair. Weaver opens up a discussion about what women can expect once they seek help, from the first appointment addressing hair loss, to the diagnosis and treatment that can, unlike yet another weave, actually solve the problem. Armed with this knowledge, women with hair loss can finally have the confidence to get the help they truly need.

Dr. Seymour Weaver

Dr. Seymour Weaver is board-certified in dermatology and a member of many medical organizations (American Academy of Dermatology, American Medical Association, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, American Society for Liposuction Surgery, Houston Dermatological Society, National Medical Association, Texas Dermatological Society, Texas Medical Association) and is specifically recognized for his expertise in anti-aging dermatology, treating hair loss and scalp disorders, dermatological laser procedures with capabilities to treat skin of every color, and surgical and non-surgical body-shaping procedures.

 

He received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed a medical internship at Los Angeles County/USC medical center and dermatology training at Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Center in Los Angeles. He also studied tropical dermatology in Nairobi, Kenya at the Kenyatta National Hospital.

 

For more information, please visit http://www.drwdermatology.com/and http://BlackHairLossGuide.com.

“Like” Dr. Seymour Weaver on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaver and https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaversBlackHairLossGuide.

Follow Dr. Seymour Weaver on Twitter @DrSeymourWeaver and @BlackHairLossDr

 

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Dr. Seymour Weaver

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281.395.7770

The Secret Hiding Under the Weave

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Facing what’s under the weave can be a terrifying and shameful experience, but it is nothing compared to the permanent baldness that can result from leaving the problem untreated.

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The sooner women seek treatment, the sooner they can start on the road to re-growth and, ultimately, recovery. 

 

In his new book, ‘Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide: How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness,’ Dr. Seymour Weaver asks women: what’s under your weave? The answer to this question may surprise you.

There can be a shocking secret hiding under a woman’s weave, namely, thinning hair and even bald patches. A weave can seem like the answer to many women’s hair problems—it adds body and makes hair seem fuller and healthier. It should be noted, however, that weaves combined with hair loss only makes the problem much, much worse and can eventually lead to permanent baldness. Seymour Weaver III, MD helps women to avoid the painful and upsetting experience of hair loss in his new book, Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide: How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness.

There are many possible causes of hair loss for women, including scalp infection, medication, genetics, and hair styling. Dr. Weaver, an expert in his field with over thirty years in practice, presents a thorough examination of hair loss and helps readers understand that, while covering up their scalp seems like the answer, it is merely a superficial solution for a medical problem. Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide also provides a detailed account of what women can expect once they seek help, from their first hair loss evaluation appointment to diagnosis and treatment. Dr. Weaver arms women with the knowledge they need to get to the “root” of this serious problem. 

Dr. Seymour Weaver

Dr. Seymour Weaver is board-certified in dermatology and a member of many medical organizations (American Academy of Dermatology, American Medical Association, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, American Society for Liposuction Surgery, Houston Dermatological Society, National Medical Association, Texas Dermatological Society, Texas Medical Association) and is specifically recognized for his expertise in anti-aging dermatology, treating hair loss and scalp disorders, dermatological laser procedures with capabilities to treat skin of every color, and surgical and non-surgical body-shaping procedures.

 

He received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed a medical internship at Los Angeles County/USC medical center and dermatology training at Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Center in Los Angeles. He also studied tropical dermatology in Nairobi, Kenya at the Kenyatta National Hospital.

 

For more information, please visit http://www.drwdermatology.com/and http://BlackHairLossGuide.com.

“Like” Dr. Seymour Weaver on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaver and https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaversBlackHairLossGuide.

Follow Dr. Seymour Weaver on Twitter @DrSeymourWeaver and @BlackHairLossDr

Sherri Shepherd Isn’t Surprised African-Americans Are Going Bald

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‘The View’ co-host Sherri Shepherd has said that African-American women do so many things to their hair, it isn’t startling to see one who is bald; this is a problem that can be fixed. In his new book, ‘Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide: How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness’, Seymour Weaver III, MD addresses the rampant problem of hair loss in African- American women.

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 In recent years, styling black hair has become a common topic of conversation. In the wake of Chris Rock’s film Good Hair, such celebrities as Oprah Winfrey and Tyra Banks have openly discussed the various forms of styling, and Sherri Shepherd, herself, has launched a line of wigs. However, none of them have discussed the damaging effects of popular styling methods.

In his new book, Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide, Seymour Weaver III, MD gets at the heart of this all-too-common problem. He identifies the many factors that can cause thinning hair: scalp infections, medications, genetics, and hair styling. Many women use styling methods, including weaves and extensions, to make their hair appear thicker, fuller, and healthier; these methods do nothing but harm hair. Dr. Weaver demonstrates that the medical community can help keep women from going through the traumatic experience of hair loss.

Hair loss isn’t a problem only “real women” face: Mad Men actress January Jones has admitted to hair her hair falling out in “clumps” as a result of frequent dyeing, and many other celebrities, including Naomi Campbell and Paris Hilton, have been seen with noticeable bald patches. While Jones has joked about shaving her hair off and buying a wig, most women don’t have to resort to such dramatic lengths, if they get treatment before it’s too late.

Dr. Weaver works to arm women with the knowledge that will help them keep their hair. Once women recognize that hiding the problem will only make it worse, they can stop their hair loss before it becomes irreversible. Now, the popular conversation about styling must shift to one about what’s endangering women’s hair.

 

Dr. Seymour Weaver

Dr. Seymour Weaver is board-certified in dermatology and a member of many medical organizations (American Academy of Dermatology, American Medical Association, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, American Society for Liposuction Surgery, Houston Dermatological Society, National Medical Association, Texas Dermatological Society, Texas Medical Association) and is specifically recognized for his expertise in anti-aging dermatology, treating hair loss and scalp disorders, dermatological laser procedures with capabilities to treat skin of every color, and surgical and non-surgical body-shaping procedures.

 

He received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed a medical internship at Los Angeles County/USC medical center and dermatology training at Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Center in Los Angeles. He also studied tropical dermatology in Nairobi, Kenya at the Kenyatta National Hospital.

 

For more information, please visit http://www.drwdermatology.com/and http://BlackHairLossGuide.com.

“Like” Dr. Seymour Weaver on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaver and https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaversBlackHairLossGuide.

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For media inquiries or to request an interview, please contact:

Dr. Seymour Weaver

drweaver@drseymourweaver.com

281.395.7770

Dr. Weaver Shares New Book with National & Local Media on Hair Loss

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Local, National and Online Media have begun calling Dr. Seymour Weaver of Houston Texas when the issue of Premature Balding, Thinning Hair and Hair Loss come up.

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This July in Houston, M3 New Media an Online Digital PR firm that works with authors will be featuring Dr. Weaver on their Web properties that target customers for lifestyle, wellness, healthy living and fitness. Michael D. Butler says, “Our team is making a trip to Katy/Houston TX to interview Dr. Weaver because as Dr. Weaver says, ‘a disproportionate number of African American women are dealing with premature hair loss.” Butler went on to say, “We are confident this book will become a best-seller with Dr. Weaver’s decades of practical and medical experience in treating patients and the fact it’s written in a manner the average person can use the practical tips and suggestions in the book to see long-term and positive results.”

About Dr. Seymour Weaver
Dr. Weaver is board certified in dermatology and a member of many medical organizations (American Academy of Dermatology, American Medical Association, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, American Society for Liposuction Surgery, Houston Dermatological Society, National Medical Association, Texas Dermatological Society, Texas Medical Association) and is specifically recognized for his expertise in anti-aging dermatology, treating hairloss and scalp disorders, dermatological laser procedures with capabilities to treat skin of every color, and surgical and non-surgical body shaping procedures.

He received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed a medical internship at Los Angeles County/USC medical center and dermatology training at Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Center in Los Angeles. He also studied tropical dermatology in Nairobi, Kenya at the Kenyatta National Hospital.

For more information, please visit www.DrWDermatology.com and http://BlackHairLossGuide.com 

“Like” Dr. Seymour Weaver on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaver and  https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaversBlackHairLossGuide

Follow Dr. Seymour Weaver on Twitter @DrSeymourWeaver and @BlackHairLossDr

For One Dr. in Houston it’s All About Saving from Hair Loss

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drw 5 For One Dr. in Houston its All About Saving from Hair Loss

Speaking about baldness and thinning hair- Dr. Seymour Weaver

Dr. Seymour Weaver has been treating patients for 30 years in Katy and Houston, Texas. As one of the regions premier Dermatologists, Dr. Weaver has seen thousands of patients and treated multiple conditions over the past three decades.

Dr. Weaver says, “I was seeing a disproportionate number of African American women with thinning hair and hair loss and knew there were specific and treatable factors that women could do to slow down the thinning process and avoid permanent hair loss.”

“How to stop thinning hair and avoid permanent baldness is what I address in my new book. It will benefit the Medical Hair Community and the Professional Hair Care Community,” Dr. Seymour Weaver

An initial book signing and reception were recently held to launch the book and make customers and readers everywhere aware of it’s availability on Amazon. Check out the photos of the book launch on Facebook. 

Dr. Weaver has announced his availability for media interviews and particularly his  availability for medical and wellness related media interviews.

Dr. Seymour Weaver
Dr. Weaver is board certified in dermatology and a member of many medical organizations (American Academy of Dermatology, American Medical Association, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, American Society for Liposuction Surgery, Houston Dermatological Society, National Medical Association, Texas Dermatological Society, Texas Medical Association) and is specifically recognized for his expertise in anti-aging dermatology, treating hairloss and scalp disorders, dermatological laser procedures with capabilities to treat skin of every color, and surgical and non-surgical body shaping procedures.
He received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed a medical internship at Los Angeles County/USC medical center and dermatology training at Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Center in Los Angeles. He also studied tropical dermatology in Nairobi, Kenya at the Kenyatta National Hospital.

For more information, please visit http://drseymourweaver.com.
“Like” Dr. Seymour Weaver on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaver
Follow Dr. Seymour Weaver on Twitter @DrSeymourWeaver.

Hair Loss Expert Available for Medical Media Interviews

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Hair loss affects a disproportionate number of African American women and Dr. Seymour Weaver’s new book ‘Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide, How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness’ addresses hair loss issues for the medical community and the general public

Dr. Weaver recently announced that he is available for radio, television, newspaper and magazine interviews on topic related to hair loss, avoiding baldness and this epidemic problem in the African – American community.

Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide, goes many steps further than defining “good hair”. In it, he talks about what is really causing so many women, especially African-American women, to go through the traumatic experience of hair loss, including: medications, genetics,scalp infections and hair styling. With many women turning to weaves when they discover that their hair is not as thick as it used to be or they uncover a bald patch, these only make the problem worse. The answer is not in synthetics, it is in the medical community, says Dr. Weaver.

When women don’t talk about their hair loss or cover up the problem, it prevents them from getting the treatment that they need in a timely fashion. When they fail to do so, it is often too late to fix the problem, and permanent baldness occurs.

Some of the topics that his book addresses include: the importance of seeking medical treatment, the types of conditions that underlie hair loss, the diagnosis process, and the damage that can be done if it is not treated in time. With pictures, an accessible tone, and an unwavering message about seeking medical treatment (rather than hiding the problem with a weave or hairpiece), Dr. Weaver’s book is one that is easy-to-understand.

Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide is destined to be a best -selling book that will teach the world how early identification of the medical conditions that commonly result in hair thinning among African Americans need to be diagnosed and treated as early as possible to help prevent permanent baldness!

Learn more about Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide: How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness on Amazon.

Dr. Weaver provides women with the information that they need so they can be proactive with their health and hair loss prevention. By recognizing what is going on and understanding that hiding the problem will only make it worse, women can save their hair. Now, it is time for a national discussion on the reasons women are losing their hair.

About Dr. Seymour Weaver
Dr. Weaver is a board certified dermatologist and black hair medical expert with over 30 years of experience. He has treated thousands of individuals with hair loss and a wide variety of scalp disorders. He is specifically recognized for his expertise in ethnic dermatology and treating skin of color as well as a leading authority in the hair loss community.

Dr. Weaver is board certified in dermatology and a member of many medical organizations (American Academy of Dermatology, American Medical Association, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, American Society for Liposuction Surgery, Houston Dermatological Society, National Medical Association, Texas Dermatological Society, Texas Medical Association) and is specifically recognized for his expertise in anti-aging dermatology, treating hair loss and scalp disorders, dermatological laser procedures with capabilities to treat skin of every color, and surgical and non-surgical body shaping procedures.

He received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed a medical internship at Los Angeles County/USC medical center and dermatology training at Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Center in Los Angeles. He also studied tropical dermatology in Nairobi, Kenya at the Kenyatta National Hospital.

For more information, please visit www.BlackHairLossGuide.com and www.DrWDermatology.com and http://medicalhairprofessionals.com

“Like” Dr. Seymour Weaver on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaversBlackHairLossGuide

Follow Dr. Seymour Weaver on Twitter @BlackHairLossDr and @MedicalHairPros 

A Much-Needed Resource for Women with Thinning Hair

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Tyra Banks’s six-part series on ‘good hair’ generated close to 200,000 views on YouTube, making it clear that many women are concerned about the health of their hair, yet it did not address the underlying medical problems at the ‘root’.  Seymour Weaver III, MD takes this discussion a step further with his new book on how to stop thinning hair and avoid permanent baldness.

For women, losing hair is an emotionally painful experience. Unfortunately, very few women know what to do or who to turn to when they are losing their hair. The internet has very little valid advice, hair stylists don’t have access to the medical answers they need, and bloodwork from physicians only shows a small piece of the puzzle or fails to diagnose the problem.

In his new book, Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide: How to Stop Thinning Hair and Avoid Permanent Baldness, Dr. Seymour Weaver offers the resource that women struggling to find the answers they need, before it is too late to save their hair.

Despite the title, Dr. Weaver’s Black Hair Loss Guide is a guide for women of all ethnicities. Naomi Campbell has reportedly suffered from the condition, and many more celebrities are rumored to have the condition, including Britney Spears, Kim Kardashian, and Serena Williams. Thousands of women share their pain.

When Naomi Campbell’s hair loss was revealed by The Huffington Post in August, experts speculated that she has waited too long to seek treatment and has permanent baldness. With Dr. Weaver’s book, this need not be the case for other women.

In it, he outlines common causes for thinning hair or bald spots, including genetics, medication, hair styling, and scalp infections. He also provides women with a real guide for their problem, providing them with pictures and easy-to-understand information that eliminates any misgivings they may have about the diagnosis process and seeking treatment.

Many celebrities, like Tyra Banks, Oprah Winfrey, and Wendy Williams have talked about the hair problems women face. With close to 200,000 views on Tyra Banks’s six-part series on “good hair” on YouTube, it is clear that many women are looking for answers. Up to now, very little has been discussed about the medical side of hair loss. Without this information, women will continue to suffer.

Dr. Seymour Weaver
Dr. Weaver is board certified in dermatology and a member of many medical organizations (American Academy of Dermatology, American Medical Association, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, American Society for Liposuction Surgery, Houston Dermatological Society, National Medical Association, Texas Dermatological Society, Texas Medical Association) and is specifically recognized for his expertise in anti-aging dermatology, treating hairloss and scalp disorders, dermatological laser procedures with capabilities to treat skin of every color, and surgical and non-surgical body shaping procedures.

He received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed a medical internship at Los Angeles County/USC medical center and dermatology training at Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Center in Los Angeles. He also studied tropical dermatology in Nairobi, Kenya at the Kenyatta National Hospital.

For more information, please visit http://drseymourweaver.com and http://BlackHairLossGuide.com and http://medicalhairprofessionals.com

“Like” Dr. Seymour Weaver on Facebook at https://facebook.com/DrSeymourWeaversBlackHairLossGuide

Follow Dr. Seymour Weaver on Twitter @DrSeymourWeaver and @BlackHairLossDr

For media inquiries or to request an interview, please contact:
Dr. Seymour Weaver
drweaver@drseymourweaver.com
281.395.7770

Keep Blading At Bay With These Tips

 Keep Blading  At Bay With These Tips

If you are starting to be aware of loss of hair, the fault could be medications, stress, or plain genetics. Fortunately, there are a number of things that can be done to either slow down or conceal the effects of hair loss. The information contained herein provides some areas for you to consider as you begin managing your hair loss.

If you’re struggling with baldness, try this! Many people enjoy seeing a well-trimmed haircut, especially in bald people, to be beautiful and appealing. Keep your hair style close to your scalp and well groomed. As an added bonus, it is quite a low-maintenance and attractive look.

TIP! If you are dealing with the loss of your hair, here is a great tip for you! There are many attractive hairstyles that really suit someone who is losing their hair. Keep your hair well groomed and close to your head.

Eat a good amount of protein if you want to get rid of hair loss. Your hair is composed of protein! Lots of different sources contain protein, such as eggs, poultry and meat. If you don’t enjoy meat, try legumes. More protein in your diet can slow your rate of thinning hair.

Modifying what you do after a shower may just save you a few luscious locks. After washing your hair, don’t roughly rub with a towel, but be as gentle as you can. It is not recommended that you use a personal hair dryer. If you have to do it, use the lowest heat settings.

Consume more vitamin C if your want to reduce blading. Vitamin C assists blood flow by increasing it in your scalp to maintain your capillaries, which transport blood to your follicles. More blood flow to the scalp means that hair will regenerate at a faster rate.

TIP! Don’t brush wet hair. When your hair is wet, it is far easier to damage.

A good way you could do to re-grow hair, while preventing you from losing your hair is by regularly massaging your scalp. To obtain optimum results, you should utilize some kind of oil, like mineral oil, at the time when you massage your scalp.

If you are experiencing the loss of hair, consider buying a wig. This is a perfect answer for some folks who have experience significant hair loss.

There are lots of ways to get vitamin B12. Vitamin B12 is found in meat and poultry. If you are vegetarian or don’t want to increase your meat intake, you can try supplement pills.

TIP! Before you use any hair loss treatments, you should know what ingredients they have in them. You may find that certain products are worth the extra expense.

The loss of hair can be caused by a certain number of things including stress, illness, medications, weight changes, surgery or anemia. This temporary loss of hair usually starts three months after a certain event, and lasts about three months as well. Keep this in mind and use this information to design a good treatment.

Most women who suffer from thinning hair have hormonal imbalances. Any medication that alters hormone levels, including birth control, can cause women to lose hair. Certain hormone replacements also cause certain hormone imbalances. If you have hair thinning, don’t overlook a hormonal imbalance.

If you follow a vegetarian diet or vegan diet, hair thinning is a possibility because of the amount of soy and iodine consumed. Consuming soy products can cause a thyroid imbalance that may be responsible for hair thinning.

TIP! These items can’t help all the different types of baldness, and you will probably be upset if you are convinced they will make your situation better. It is very possible that they will succeed, but there is also a chance that you just end up out of money without seeing a difference in your hair growth.

By eating spicy foods you can increase circulation and actually help prevent the premature loss of hair. Capsicum, which is found in cayenne pepper, strengthens your hair follicles, encouraging hair growth. Cayenne peppers also have a lot of vitamin A, and that is good for reducing any hair problems as well as maintaining general health.

Find out what kind of hair that you have and use a shampoo that is specially formulated for it. Ask your hair professional what your hair type is; this will clue you in on whether you should get a shampoo that’s best for oily, dry, or normal hair, and whether a dandruff shampoo would be useful. Rinse hair thoroughly after shampooing so buildup doesn’t occur.

A good, all-natural the loss of hair treatment you can try is a substance called black strap molasses. Take two teaspoons in the morning, and you will have increased energy throughout the day and will help your hair grow fuller and thicker. While this isn’t easy to take, mixing it with coffee or even peanut butter may make it easier.

Apply emu oil to your scalp. Simply rub this oil on your hair and scalp before bed at night.

Making a tincture of boiled rosemary and potatoes can stimulate the rate at which your hair grows. Apply the rosemary potato tincture to the hair and then rinse it out. For best results, apply this mixture nightly.

If you use the tips here, you can be prepared to deal with the loss of hair or you can find ways to deal with it. You can find ways to constructively live with and endure blading by learning about the causes and effects.

Excellent Advice For Someone Suffering From Blading

 Excellent Advice For Someone Suffering From Blading

Hair is something you don’t think twice about until it starts falling out. This, sometimes, just happens to hair. You don’t really appreciate it until you no longer have it. Use the tips in this article to keep that hair on the top of your head right where it should be.

In order to prevent losing hair, you need to add protein to your diet. Hair is made from protein. To get more protein, eat fish, poultry, eggs and red meat. If you do not like meat – eat kidney beans and lentils for protein. Eating foods rich in protein may slow down your the loss of hair significantly.

TIP! It is vital that you minimize your stress if you do not want to suffer from hair loss. Stress is a big contributor to hair loss, and for those that have trouble keeping stress controlled, hair loss will continue.

Massaging your scalp on a regular basis can help to reduce the loss of hair. Massage gets blood flowing and stimulates the scalp. Make sure that for five to ten minutes, you massage your entire scalp. This is also a relaxing thing to do, and fighting stress can be helpful for regrowing hair.

Buying yourself a wig might be the best way you can work to cope with blading. You can wear a wig before you have completely lost your hair. This will allow you to be able to find a wig that is the same shade as your natural hair. Getting a wig in advance, also gives you time to get comfortable with it before you need to wear it every day.

If you want to reduce thinning hair, be sure to add ample protein to your diet. There are a number of high protein foods you can add, such as eggs, nuts, beans, fish, meat and poultry. Eating protein rich foods will provide your body with plenty of keratin. If your hair consistently receives keratin, it will increase in strength and resiliency, reducing your rate of the loss of hair.

TIP! If you have recently been diagnosed with any type of illness, you have to work hard to take good care of yourself. If you neglect your body by failing to take your medicine, or not follow the treatment plan for your illness, your body will degrade, and part of this degradation might be hair loss.

An interesting bit of advice to help you hinder blading is to try to avoid going into areas that are known for pollution. Studies have proven that men who live in areas that are polluted have more thinning hair. This is because the pollutants can get into the bloodstream and cause damage to hair, making it fall out.

Let your hair dry before you brush it. Dry it with a softer towel and then let it air dry prior to brushing. Hair follicles are more vulnerable when they are wet, which makes them more likely to be harmed. If you are losing your hair, brushing it while it is wet will accelerate the blading.

Be prepared for possible hair loss when you start taking an anti-depressant. Commonly people find that their hair falls out while taking anti-depressants because of certain ingredients. Speak with your doctor; perhaps you can try switching to a different medication to prevent blading.

TIP! To avoid hair loss, try not to overuse styling products. Many hair styling products, like mousses, gels and hairsprays, are full of toxic chemicals that can build up on your hair causing breakage and, in severe cases, hair loss.

Give your hair an adequate period of time to grow thick and full prior to getting a trim or cut. Cutting it whenever it gets a little long or frizzy can weaken it, so allow it to grow longer.

Massage your scalp on a regular basis, it will prevent thinning hair and re-grow hair. When massaging your scalp, use mineral oil to get the absolute best results.

Relaxation techniques can help dilate your blood vessels and increase circulation to your hair follicles, decreasing the amount of hair you lose. Stress in your body constricts blood vessels in the scalp, resulting in hair falling out. Meditation puts you body in a relaxed state, which increases blood flow to the scalp.

TIP! You may wish to add more Vitamin C to your diet if you notice hair loss. This vitamin helps get more blood flowing to the scalp, it also maintains the capillaries that carry blood to your hair follicles.

If you have a severe problem with thinning hair, buying a wig is a quick solution. A good wig is much cheaper than many other treatments for hair thinning. They are readily and widely available. Wigs are often made with human hair, so the look can be natural and realistic. There are wigs available for every skin tone, so be sure to choose one that matches.

The way you style your hair could cause the loss of hair. Some practices that cause blading are styles such as barrettes, tight pony tails or the use of other constricting devices. This can result in hair thinning from a condition known as traction alopecia.

Many women that have been losing a lot of hair are quite surprised to find it is being caused by hormonal issues. Any medication that alters hormone levels, including birth control, can cause women to lose hair. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) can also be to blame. Don’t overlook your hormones if you’re losing your hair.

TIP! Anti-depressants can cause hair loss. Many people find that their hair falls out while they are taking anti-depressant medicine; this is due to the ingredients these medications contain.

Stay away from toxins and pollutants if you want to maintain full and beautiful hair. Toxic materials in the body reduce general health, which in turn increases the risk of thinning or missing hair. Try not to spend a lot of time breathing unhealthy traffic fumes, for instance, and wear gloves when handling toxic chemicals to avoid absorbing them through your skin.

Watching your hair fall out and wash down a drain can be hurtful. Finding methods that let you grow it back is priceless. Apply the tips you’ve read here to your treatment plan, and hopefully you’ll see some positive changes in the near future!

Blading Tips That Really Do Work!

 Blading  Tips That Really Do Work!

Losing hair is a part of life that many people have to deal with. If there are bald people in your family, it is possible that you, too, may lose hair easily. If you are experiencing hair thinning, or worried that it may happen to you, you can learn how to stop or prevent losing your hair.

Protein can help ward off hair thinning. Hair is actually made of protein. Some good sources of protein are red meat, fish, eggs and poultry. You can try eating some beans or nuts if you hate eating meat. Eating more protein can actually reduce the amount of hair you lose.

TIP! If you are losing hair, here’s a good idea! Many people think a well-trimmed haircut, particularly if you’re bald, is appealing and attractive. Comb your hair close to your scalp.

The importance of vitamin C in preventing hair thinning cannot be overstated. Vitamin C plays a major role in the production of collagen, a vital ingredient to keeping hair healthy and alive. You can easily add vitamin C to your diet by increasing your consumption of citrus fruits or by using supplements.

You need to stay away from stress in order to stop thinning hair. If you can’t control your stress levels, your blading will only continue. Learning how to get a handle on your stress, and not letting it consume you, can really help you to keep your hair healthy and strong.

If you have recently been diagnosed with any type of illness, you have to work hard to take good care of yourself. If you fail to take the prescribed medicine, or do something against your doctor’s wishes, your body might not react well and won’t be able to properly repair itself. If your body is using a lot of its energy to make you better, it will not be able to use energy to keep the hair follicles growing. This will cause thinning hair.

TIP! Living a stress free life will help you prevent hair loss. Stress can be a major cause of hair loss; if you don’t know how to manage your stress, you may find yourself shedding hair down the drain.

Depending on what hair style you have, it can be contributing to your hair loss. Avoid hair accessories and styles that pull your hair tightly, and don’t restrain it with rubber bands for extended time periods. Although hair products have improved from the past, they can still cause damage. Tight ponytails can damage the hair shaft and eventually the follicles.

As you are now aware, a variety of options exist that you can use to reverse, prevent or hinder thinning hair. Our thinning hair tips are proven to help you with any hair loss issues you are dealing with. Don’t let blading ruin your life – make some changes now.

Tips To Help You With Hair Thinning

 Tips To Help You With Hair Thinning

Fortunately, this is possible. If you use the ideas here you can prevent or stop your the loss of hair, and even get some of it back.

If you’re sick, you should ensure you are taking proper care of yourself. If you fail to follow your doctors advice, it could make your body work harder. If your body has to work hard just to keep you alive, it is not going to spend energy keeping your hair follicles growing. The will cause hair thinning, over time.

TIP! Your hair style may be contributing to your hair loss. If you are tying your hair back with a rubber band, or pulling it to tight to put it into a ponytail, this is not a good idea for long time periods.

Not every product will benefit your hair. Be sure to read all the ingredients in hair products and choose only those that do not contain harmful ingredients. Certain products have a negative effect on hair growth. Only buy hair products that you can research to make sure they will not harm your hair.

Although it can be difficult, it is crucial that you stay away from all of the hair styling products if you wish to avoid hair loss. Many of these things, including gel and mousse, can contain chemicals which damage the hair and cause it to fall out.

If you are losing your hair, you might want think about getting more Vitamin C. Vitamin C gets more blood to the scalp, maintaining capillaries that carry blood to the follicles of hair. You will see more rapid regrowth once you have better circulation to the scalp.

TIP! Many hair styling products can actually speed up the hair loss process, so try to keep your use of them to a minimum. Gels, mousse and hairsprays are filled with harsh chemicals that will damage your hair.

A diet that is high in protein can help slow down hair thinning. Various foods like poultry, fish, beans, nuts and eggs supply your body with much needed protein. Although there is no cure for baldness, a high protein diet can slow it down by providing the hair with keratin. With lots of keratin in your body, you will have tougher and more resilient hair which can slow down any loss.

The more you learn about different ways to control blading and to boost growth, the more you’ll know about the side effects of the active ingredients. A little bit of research can help you determine if product is worth purchasing.

Consult a medical professional about your options and what symptoms are plaguing you. Never start treatment for the loss of hair without consulting a professional. Your hair thinning could be the result of an underlying condition, or it might be just a temporary loss attributed to something you are dealing with in life. Speak to a doctor before making any changes on your own.

TIP! To reduce hair loss, change your routine for your after-shower time. After washing your hair, don’t roughly rub with a towel, but be as gentle as you can.

There is little chance that these medications will work across all types of hair loss, and you may end up very disappointed. It is possible that they will help, but it is also possible that you will be throwing away your time and money.

Achieving hair growth is quite possible within a variety of people. Use this information properly to find a method that works for you.

Tips For People Dealing With Thinning Hair

 Tips For People Dealing With Thinning Hair

Most of the time people are able to solve issues. When it is made clear that a problem exists, a number of people will work to resolve it. Read this article to find out about all the many solutions for hair thinning.

If you are dealing with the loss of your hair, here is a great tip for you! A well-trimmed haircut is usually seen as attractive, especially if you have little hair to work with. Be sure to keep your hair trimmed fairly short and nicely styled. You might find this is a very simple way to look great every day!

TIP! It is possible to slow hair loss by consuming white sesame seeds. Eat a handful or two every morning at breakfast.

To reduce the loss of hair or prevent it, eats lots of protein. Hair is composed of protein. Some good sources of protein are red meat, fish, eggs and poultry. If meat is not your thing, you could replace the meats with lentils and kidney beans to get the needed protein. The added protein will help your body fight hair thinning.

It is important for you to maintain your health if you have an illness. When you do not follow the instructions for any medications that are prescribed, or don’t follow other instructions from your medical provider, your body is forced into working harder so it can heal and continue working properly. If your body ends up burning up all its energy in order to make you feel better, there will be no energy left to ensure your hair follicles keep growing. This may eventually cause hair loss.

There are products for the hair that actually do more harm than good. Take a bit of caution when selecting products so that you can be sure that no damage is made to your hair. Many products can cause your hair to fall out, or greatly reduce its growth, two problems that are often difficult to reverse. Only use products you’ve been able to determine as harmless.

TIP! Vitamin C could be an easy and effective way to prevent further hair loss. Vitamin C will stimulate blood flow to your scalp, and help your capillaries to carry your blood to your hair follicles.

Try to avoid the excessive use of products that could contribute to thinning hair. Many hair styling products, like mousses, gels and hairsprays, are full of toxic chemicals that can build up on your hair causing breakage and, in severe cases, blading.

To cope with thinning hair, massage your scalp regularly. Massaging your scalp will increase the circulation in your head by warming the skin and opening up the blood vessels. Gently move your fingers, using circular motions, all over your scalp. Massage your scalp in this manner for about 10 minutes. Since stress can be a cause of hair thinning, rubbing your scalp will help reduce stress.

Getting plenty of Vitamin C can help prevent hair thinning. The flow of blood to the hair follicles and scalp are increased due to vitamin C. If more blood flows to the scalp, it can help your hair start to regrow faster.

TIP! Talk to a professional in order to talk about your symptoms and other options you have. Hair loss needs to always be talked about with a professional prior to starting any kind of treatment.

Always learn about the hair treatments or restoration methods, so that you know what you are putting on your scalp and exactly what ingredients they contain. You might convince yourself that you should spend more on a product that is the best solution.

Discuss your hair loss problems with a qualified professional. You should never start a the loss of hair treatment until you have spoken with a professional about the specifics of your hair loss. It’s important to know if your hair loss is a result of something that needs interaction from a doctor, or temporary loss that will be fine once you get off a certain medication, or over a past stressful event. Go to a professional to find out what is going on.

Take special precautions when you use hair treatments that could damage your clothing. Make sure your hair is completely dry before permitting it to touch fabrics that might be ruined.

TIP! Take special precautions when you use hair treatments that could damage your clothing. Let the product dry prior to having your head touch anything.

A good way to grow your hair again is to massage the scalp all the time. You should use mineral oil or another type of oil when you massage your head to get the best results possible.

The largest problem you face when looking at solutions for the loss of hair is that not all products are going to work well for every single person. However, if you do a bit of research, the solution you are seeking is not impossible to find. Just be sure to use this knowledge to your benefit.

How To Properly Take Care Of Your Hair

 How To Properly Take Care Of Your Hair

People have always found ways to solve their problems. When it is made clear that a problem exists, a number of people will work to resolve it. The loss of hair is one of the most frustrating things to deal with but this article can give you some help in dealing with thinning hair.

Hair thinning can be slowed down if you eat white sesame seeds. Every morning, try eating as many of these seeds as you can fit into your hand. The seeds contain healthy doses of magnesium and calcium. These essential minerals do wonders for your scalp, nourishing it and reducing hair loss.

TIP! To reduce hair loss or prevent it, eats lots of protein. Your hair is composed of protein! Consume fish, poultry, red meat and eggs for an instant boost.

Another way to prevent the loss of hair is by giving your scalp a gentle massage with your fingers. Scalp massage increases circulation and warms the skin by opening blood vessels. You should move your fingers vigorously all over your scalp, rubbing around for approximately ten minutes. Stress often helps cause hair loss, and a good massage can actually cut down on your stress as well.

Consider purchasing a wig to help you deal with losing your hair. Before you are completely bald you can match the color of your hair to a wig. This also allows you to be prepared before your hair has all come out.

A diet that is high in protein can help slow down the loss of hair. Foods such as beans, poultry, fish, eggs and nuts will all give you the protein you need. This in turn helps give your hair its own protein called keratin. Getting enough keratin will allow your hair to be stronger, more resilient as well as slowing down any loss.

TIP! Vitamin C is useful in the fight against hair loss. Collagen production is increased with the addition of vitamin C.

Don’t brush your wet hair. Instead, dry hair with a towel and air dry it before brushing. If your hair is still wet, the follicle at the base of each hair is very vulnerable and subject to damage. Brushing wet hair can also cause you to lose hair at a faster rate.

Make sure to carefully consider any treatments or restoration methods you are considering to treat or stop your hair thinning. You always want to stay aware of the ingredients used and specifically, how the active ingredients work. A little bit of research can help you determine if product is worth purchasing.

Surprisingly, meditation can be an effective technique not only for relaxation, but for blading as well. Stress causes constriction of blood vessels which slows circulation, and may be a factor in your hair thinning. Meditation can relax you and help increase blood flow to your scalp.

Applying Saw Palmetto extract to your scalp daily can actually help re-grow hair. Use only a couple of drops and thoroughly rub it in.

Analyze your life and your recent past for reasons why you might be losing your hair. A major event in your life or change in medication could result in your hair thinning. By isolating the likely cause of your hair loss, it will be possible to start addressing it.

You can find vitamin B12 in a number of ways. It comes in supplements, or it can also be found in meat, like chicken and beef.

TIP! Frequent scalp massages help get the blood flowing better to your head, which can stimulate hair follicles. Scalp massages also help relieve stress, which is a major contributor to hair loss.

Many women are surprised to learn that their hair loss is caused by hormones. Hormone imbalances, which can be attributed to a range of factors such as oral contraceptives, may contribute to thinning hair. Hormone replacements can even create a hormone imbalance as the body adjusts. Don’t overlook your hormones if you’re losing your hair.

The largest problem you face when looking at solutions for thinning hair is that not all products are going to work well for every single person. Choosing from the variety of tips in this article may help you to find the method that works best for your needs. Use this knowledge to help yourself.

Control The Loss Of Hair With These Easy Tips

 Control The Loss Of Hair With These Easy Tips

Back in your school days, you coiffed a mullet; business in front and party in back. Over time, your hairstyle no doubt evolved to reflect your changing personality. However, the current state of your hair thinning may give you less styling choices. Relive the good days by utilizing the below the loss of hair advice.

A particular hair style can cause loss of hair. Avoid pulling hair tightly into a ponytail, and try not to keep it tied up for long periods. Hair products have greatly evolved, but many can still result in damaged hair. A ponytail that pulls the hair back too tightly can harm the hair shaft, which will weaken the hair follicles over time.

TIP! When you find you are suffering from an illness, you must take especially good care of yourself. You must follow your doctor’s orders specifically, and care for yourself very well to support your body in healing.

There are some hair products that are not healthy for your hair. Use your due diligence and find out which hair-care products are known to damage hair. Many products can cause your hair to fall out, or greatly reduce its growth, two problems that are often difficult to reverse. Prior to using a product, conduct research to make sure it is harmless. If you cannot find any information, do not use it.

A simple trick to slowing blading is to alter the routine after your daily showers. As soon as you are finished washing your hair, gently rub it with a towel rather than rubbing it vigorously. Hair dryers are probably not a good idea. If you have to, set the dryer on low heat.

Another way to prevent hair thinning is by giving your scalp a gentle massage with your fingers. Massage gets blood flowing and stimulates the scalp. Gently move your fingers, using circular motions, all over your scalp. Massage your scalp in this manner for about 10 minutes. Another benefit of scalp massage is that it can reduce the stress that may be a causative factor in your hair loss.

TIP! The way you style and wear your hair can contribute to hair loss. Avoid hair accessories and styles that pull your hair tightly, and don’t restrain it with rubber bands for extended time periods.

Make sure to carefully consider any treatments or restoration methods you are considering to treat or stop your hair thinning. You always want to stay aware of the ingredients used and specifically, how the active ingredients work. A little bit of research can help you determine if product is worth purchasing.

Some hair treatments may have damaging ingredients that rub off on fabric. You should allow the treatment to completely dry before laying down in your bed or coming into contact with clothing or furniture.

Hair is important to most people because it’s something they’ve always had. It is really like a body part. So if you can save it, you’re going to save it. Fortunately, the tips you’ve just read in this article can help you save that head of hair by keeping what you have and even growing new hair.

Great Tips On How To Deal With Hair Loss

 Great Tips On How To Deal With Hair Loss

Hair loss is emotionally damaging, but scientific advancements, as well as good old-fashioned wigs, can mitigate some of that damage. Perhaps, something really simple is out there that you haven’t considered yet which can be an easy fix! Your thinning hair may not be permanent! There is some wonderful advice contained here to enlighten you a little more when it comes to dealing with hair loss.

It is not possible to overstate just how important vitamin C is in preventing loss of hair. Vitamin C plays a major role in the production of collagen, a vital ingredient to keeping hair healthy and alive. Get a vitamin C supplement, or eat more citrus, so that your hair has all the vitamin C it needs.

TIP! To slow hair loss, alter your post-shower routine. Rub your scalp gently when drying your hair.

Want to keep your hair? Stay away from stress. If you can’t control your stress levels, your blading will only continue. Learning how to get a handle on your stress, and not letting it consume you, can really help you to keep your hair healthy and strong.

You may want to consider consuming more Vitamin C if you suffer from hair thinning. Vitamin C helps by getting more blood flow to the scalp, and maintains capillaries which carry the blood to hair follicles. This should also make your hair grow faster.

In order to deal with thinning hair, you may want to purchase a wig. Get a wig prior to all hair coming out, so that you can get a matching color. When you buy a wig initially, you will be much more prepared for when you lose all your hair.

Thinning hair is no fun, that’s for sure! There are many different techniques you can use to reduce the the loss of hair, or work with the hair you have, so look into them all. You need to remember that blading doesn’t have to be permanent. Maybe it won’t be permanent for you! You should use the advice and tips in this article that are beneficial to you. Hopefully, there’s an easy fix for your situation.

Tips For Keeping A Head Of Long Beautiful Hair

 Tips For Keeping A Head Of Long Beautiful Hair

Losing hair is a part of life that many people have to deal with. If there are bald people in your family, it is possible that you, too, may lose hair easily. If you are experiencing the loss of hair, or worried that it may happen to you, you can learn how to stop or prevent losing your hair.

To reduce hair loss or prevent it, eats lots of protein. Hair is predominantly composed of protein. Foods in a protein-rich diet include fish, poultry, meat and eggs. You can try eating some beans or nuts if you hate eating meat. You can reduce the risk of thinning hair if you eat protein-rich foods.

TIP! The style in which you wear your hair can cause hair loss. Don’t pull hair tight or use rubber bands in it for extended periods of time.

Your hair style may be contributing to your blading. Avoid tight ponytails that can pull your hair out by the roots. While hair products have definitely improved, damage can still be done by their use. Wearing ponytails too tight can actually damage the hair shaft and lead to damage deeper in the hair follicles.

A simple trick to slowing hair thinning is to alter the routine after your daily showers. Dry your hair by rubbing it lightly with a towel, rather than in a harsh, vigorous manner. You should also avoid using a hair dryer if you can. If you do use a hair dryer, use the low setting.

Your diet should include a fair amount of protein in order to slow down thinning hair. Various foods like poultry, fish, beans, nuts and eggs supply your body with much needed protein. Eating the right right amount of protein will bring about much needed keratin for your hair. When you have plenty of keratin in your body, the hair will be strong and healthy.

TIP! Some hair products might actually be very bad for your hair. Be sure to read all the ingredients in hair products and choose only those that do not contain harmful ingredients.

You should massage your scalp on a regular basis so that you can cause stimulation and better circulation. Regular scalp massages have been show to be very effective. This is because the stimulation from massaging your scalp helps to stimulate more hair growth through the reduction in stress and tension, which is one of the known causes for early hair thinning. This is a technique that can be used daily with no risk of damage or more the loss of hair.

You can do a lot of things to prevent hair loss. The thinning hair tips laid out here are perfect to assist you with any kind of loss of hair you may be coping with. Don’t be discouraged by blading. Make a change today!

How To Properly Deal With The Loss Of Hair

 How To Properly Deal With The Loss Of Hair

If hair loss seems to be a part of your future, learn the treatments available to prevent baldness or slow its progress. By following the advice in this article, you may prevent further hair thinning, and possibly even encourage regrowth.

Increase your intake of protein to prevent or reduce thinning hair. Protein, after all, is what creates hair. Consume fish, poultry, red meat and eggs for an instant boost. Beans and lentils are an alternative source of protein if you are not a fan of red meat. The added protein will help your body fight the loss of hair.

TIP! Eat white sesame seeds to help slow hair loss. Have a handful of them each morning.

Avoid styling products. These products may only exacerbate hereditary thinning hair. Many common hair styling products, such as mouse, gel, and hairspray, contain harmful chemicals that can slowly cause hair loss.

You can slow down your hair thinning by consuming white sesame seeds. Eat some white colored sesame seeds every morning. Sesame seeds are loaded with magnesium and calcium. These nutrients give your scalp the food it needs in order to be healthy and minimizes thinning hair.

Vitamin C will slow down your thinning hair. The flow of blood to the hair follicles and scalp are increased due to vitamin C. If you have good blood flow to your head, your hair is more likely to grow fast.

TIP! To slow hair loss, alter your post-shower routine. Avoid excessive rubbing after washing your hair and, instead, pat or rub gently with your towel.

Be prepared for possible the loss of hair when you start taking an anti-depressant. It has been found that many anti-depressants are made with ingredients that can promote blading. If you can, speak to your physician about changing medications to determine whether a new medicine can stop loss of hair.

Some people swear by the effectiveness of aloe vera when it comes to preventing hair loss, so this is something you may want to try. Simply apply Aloe to your scalp each night before you sleep. Doing so will stimulate your scalp, and the minerals contained in the aloe will give your hair more luster and strength.

As crazy as it might sound, the technique of meditation can actually help slow down your hair loss. When the body is stressed, the blood vessels located in the scalp will become constricted, which could lead to your hair falling out. Blood can flow easier to your scalp thanks to the relaxing properties of meditation.

TIP! If you are losing your hair, you might want think about getting more Vitamin C. Vitamin C helps get the blood flowing to the hair follicles by maintaining capillaries, allowing more blood to get to the scalp.

Look at your life to see if you can find a cause for your hair loss. Any medication you take or have taken or a major event in your life during the past three months may be related to the loss of your hair. You may be able to stop your thinning hair if you can understand the reason for it.

Focusing on the positives only, hair growth is possible in a wide range of people. Follow these tips, and you may be able to avoid further thinning hair.