Hopefully this e-book has provided you with some useful guidance in understanding hair loss and methods you can use to prevent and combat it. Here are some last thoughts:

Hair loss is not a life-threatening situation. However, too many members of society take for granted the toll that it can have on its sufferers. Concerns about appearance, aging, and the perception of others can lead to negative psychological effects that can have tangible consequences for one social and professional life. As such, it is a condition that should be treated with seriousness and the sensitivity it deserves. Further, those experiencing hair loss should know that there is nothing to be ashamed about, and further, they are not alone “ millions of people around the world are part of the same club!!

While hair loss can happen quickly and/or unexpectedly, it is important to know that it is not a sentence. The last few decades have seen numerous advancements in treatment of all forms, ranging from pills to liquids to devices to surgical procedures. What does this mean? That you shouldnot give up too early. There are way too many potential solutions out there for sufferers to stop trying after one or two options. Add this to the fact that treatments that may work for some people may not work for others, and there really is no reason for you not to take a comprehensive approach to fighting your problem. It may take a long while to figure out, but nothing good comes easy, and the battle is worth it!!

By the same token, if you come to a point where you feel you have exhausted all reasonable options and ultimately choose to accept hair loss, ther nothing wrong with that. Millions of people embrace the bald lifestyle, which has been popularized by high-profile individuals such as Michael Jordan, Bruce Willis, and Jason Statham. Not seeking further treatment does not make you a loser; it makes you comfortable in your own skin.  the best way to be!!

The prevention methods, treatments/therapies, alternative solutions, and home remedies discussed in this book are not meant to serve as a substitute for professional health or medical advice. If you want information about a specific condition you may have, it is always best to seek out the services of an established physician or other health practitioner.