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Books About Hair Loss

Hair Loss Prevention: Through Natural Remedies

Discover how recent studies are helping point the way to healthy hair management, naturally!  This revealing book answers many questions men and women have concerning healthier hair and hair loss prevention - new information that offers hope to millions worldwide.  Discover preventative solutions to combat hair loss through diet and vitamin supplementation.  By comparing your lifestyle to civilizations and cultures with virtually no incidence of hair loss you can see if changing your lifestyle will help reverse hair loss.

Hair Loss Cure:

Hair loss can strike at any age and is on the increase, especially among women. This practical, sympathetic guide on the causes and treatments of alopecia areata (thinning hair) is written for the average person who is unfamiliar with medical jargon.  It examines treatments and provides useful advice for both long-time suffers as well as those whose hair has just begun to fall out.  By not talking down to or over the reader's head, this useful volume will help those who wish to make a informed choice as to their hair loss.

The Truth about Women's Hair Loss:
 What Really Works for Preventing and Treating Thinning Hair  

If you're a woman who has experienced thinning hair, you know just how devastating it can be. Consumer advocate Spencer Kobren offers comprehensive, authoritative, and objective information on the largely unregulated hair restoration industry.   Why a book on this subject specifically for women? Due to different patterns of hair loss as well as reproductive issues, treatments that work for men are not always recommended for women. 

Hair Savers for Women: A Complete Guide to Preventing and Treating Hair Loss

Hair savers offers awareness of remedies for this important cosmetic health issue by compiling the latest treatments in female hair loss, from chemical to natural.  It provides women options to a whole new world of safe remedies that are reproductively safe.  For women whose hair loss persists, surgical alternatives such as hair grafts and scalp reductions are discussed, as well as the pros and cons of weaves and wigs.

The Bald Truth:
 The First Complete Guide to Preventing and Treating Hair Loss

With the introduction of Propecia™, the latest drug approved by the FDA for the treatment of male pattern boldness, regrowth of regular or "terminal" hair -- not peach fuzz -- is finally a reality. Yet thousands of products in the $7 billion-a-year hair loss treatment and restoration industry claim their effectiveness, too. Now in The Bald Truth,consumer advocate Spencer David Kobren offers the antidote to decades of hair-raising hype. In this comprehensive, authoritative book Kobren examines the largely unregulated baldness treatment industry and tells how, after years of research, he successfully treated his own hair loss.

Naturally Healthy Hair: Herbal Treatments And Daily Care for Fabulous Hair

The most concise, easy to understand beauty book that has been released in some time. Many readers have marveled at the simple, yet effective advice that promotes healthy alternatives to the mainstream approaches to hair care and hair loss.  Although, it may appeal more to a female audience, it has a myriad of information men will equally appreciate.  A must-read for those who would like to know how to take care of their own hair without constantly relying on the aid and advice of hair care professionals or stylists.