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When you research how to treat hair loss, it can be confusing to sort through the information. If you've suffered from hair loss, you know finding a treatment isn't easy. There's a lot of misinformation out there. Today, you'll find out all the answers to your most probing questions.


Hair loss is a common issue. But figuring out what causes it can be confusing. Today, you'll learn about the symptoms of hair thinning, what causes hair loss, and how to prevent it.


Finding the best hair loss treatment isn’t easy. Or is it? It turns out that finding the perfect hair loss solution doesn’t need to be so difficult. Once you understand the cause of your thinning hair and research the treatment options, the solution becomes clear.  Today, you’ll learn why your hair is falling out and find the perfect hair loss solution.


Alopecia impacts millions of people. From hair loss on your head to your eyebrows and arms, alopecia can affect any part of the body. Treating the genetic disease, which mostly begins during childhood, hasn’t always been easy. While hair loss cannot be cured, several treatment options that can help. Which is the best on the market?


If you’ve experienced hair loss, you know treatment is not easy. There are a couple of options: try a hair growth product or start a hair restoration treatment. The decision you choose will depend on the stage of your hair loss.


Nearly 365 million people struggle with excessive sweating, according to the International Hyperhidrosis Society. But most people don’t understand the different types, causes, or treatment options available. In order to treat your excessive sweat, the first step to is to figure out which type of hyperhidrosis you have.


If you suffer from hyperhidrosis, you’re not alone. Nearly 365 million people are struggling with excessive sweating, according to the International Hyperhidrosis Society. Yet, a lot of people still have questions about it. What is the cause? Can it be treated? Below are your top questions about your sweat, answered.


Treating alopecia can be an uphill battle. It’s usually not easy to get the diagnosis, and then if you do, figuring out the root cause of your hair loss can be a struggle. It may seem like there are no treatment options, but that isn’t true. Below are just three strategies you can implement to treat your hair loss.


Anyone who’s experiencing hair loss understands that the struggle is real. Getting a diagnosis for what kind and how to treat thinning hair isn’t always easy. Millions of people are impacted by hair loss and don’t understand the cause.


Hair loss is a multi-billion-dollar industry. Eighty-five percent of men have significantly thinning hair by the age of 50 and 40 percent of women have visible hair loss by the time they are 40, according to the American Hair Loss Association. And although this impacts millions of people, there is a lot of misinformation – from what causes alopecia (the medical term for male or female pattern baldness) to prevention to restoration.


Thinning hair is not fun. Especially when you’re trying to avoid hair loss. But there are ways you can thicken your hair. If you use these 4 tips, you won’t need to be envious of those thick haired friends of yours anymore.


Do you bring a change of clothes with you everywhere in case of sweat? Do you sweat even when you’re sitting at your desk emailing a coworker? If so, you could be sweating too much. Here are a few signs that you have too much underarm sweat and how to treat it with miraDry.


Hair loss can affect anyone and it can happen for a variety of reasons – genetics, medications, excessive hair styling, and hormonal changes. No matter why it’s happening, it oftentimes negatively impacts your confidence. But there is hope!