Explaining to people that you have a hair loss condition can be very stressful on the sufferer. It can be very difficult to decide how you want to broach this subject with your loved ones, especially if you’re planning to minimise the appearance of your hair loss with a topper or a volumiser.
Hair is like a crown of pride for some, so those who have a hair loss condition like alopecia, thinning & baldness patches can suffer in silence, be embarrassed, ashamed, and have anxiety. Just the thought you might be seen differently can impact on your self esteem and ultimately your enjoyment of life.
Even if you are planning on being quite open about hair loss, it can still feel very difficult to begin the conversation. So when thinking about how to discuss your hair loss condition, it’s best to start with the facts.
- Hair loss comes in so many different forms – male or female pattern balding, androgenic alopecia, thinning, patches or complete baldness.
- A medical term for hair loss is alopecia, though not all hair loss falls under this condition. Alopecia can be temporary or permanent, and is a disorder caused by an interruption in the body’s cycle of hair production.
- Hair loss is the thinning of hair, and can occur anywhere on the body, but most commonly on the scalp.
It may also be helpful to involve your close friends or family in the process of choosing a new volumiser, topper or wig. Getting their opinions on style or colour can be a great way to bridge the gap in the conversation and help your loved ones feel involved in the process.
Why Trust Meraki Hair Loss Clinic?
At Meraki Hair Loss Clinic, we understand how difficult and sometimes overwhelming the process can be. That’s why we value your privacy and treat each client with the utmost discretion. We utilise private consultation rooms and really listen to ensure your hair loss situation is taken care of skillfully and in a way that restores your self confidence. Contact us today for more information.