For many women (and by the way also for many men) it represents the absolute horror: hair loss. First of all, it should be said that it is absolutely natural that there are hairs in the brush - for example when combing in the morning. However, if the crowd here exceeds the normal level, it is time to act and seek advice.
After all, anyone who loses clumps of hair should not only clarify the cause, but also often notice that the bald spots cannot always be concealed with "a little hairdressing".
The good news, however, is that replacement hair is now produced with such high quality that it is possible to create a natural look on its basis.
But what are the causes of severe hair loss? And is it perhaps possible to take preventive action here?
Circular hair loss
Circular hair loss is not uncommon! There are many people who lose large amounts of hair within a few weeks due to this cause. As the name suggests, the bald spots are actually circular. Depending on the severity, individual areas as well as the entire scalp can be affected. The psychological pressure is often enormous - partly because many younger people are affected.
The good news, however, is that in many cases, circular hair loss will go away on its own. However, it may take a few years for that to happen. In order to bridge exactly this time - especially in the case of a complete loss of hair - the second hair is suitable. It can be adapted exactly to the type of wearer and thus blends harmoniously into the look.
Hair loss due to medical treatments
When people think of hair loss in connection with medical treatments, they often think of chemotherapy. However, there are many other drugs that can cause patients to lose hair.
In many cases, the entire head is affected. Depending on the individual initial situation, it may take some time until all the hair is back after the treatment. The enormous psychological stress during this time can also be reduced by using a second hair.
Thus, a wig is a way to support a person during this difficult time and to ensure a better quality of life again.
Hereditary hair loss
Of course, hair loss can also be hereditary. In fact, this is the most common form of hair loss.
The “rule of thumb” here is that anything less than about 100 hairs a day is not considered hair loss. However, if a person loses more than a hundred hairs a day, it is time to pay attention.
However, hereditary hair loss manifests itself differently in women and men. Because: women usually lose their hair first in the area of the middle parting, while men often show the typical receding hairline in the first step. These then become larger and larger, while at the same time the bald area on the back of the head becomes larger. At some point, a large hairless area will appear.
Regardless of gender, hereditary hair loss can be a major burden. Mainly because those affected see themselves in a certain way at their mercy. In contrast to hair loss, which has been promoted by medical treatment, for example, the hair here no longer grows back.
A modern and high-quality replacement hair can give those affected a high quality of life.
Other typical causes of hair loss
Finally, you can also:
- hormonal fluctuations (e.g. during pregnancy)
- Thyroid disorders
cause a person to lose more hair than usual.
Depending on the characteristics, it also makes sense here to complement the look with a wig, which of course has been adapted to the respective type.
At the same time, however, we would like to point out that it is important to find the exact cause of hair loss. Because: if the actual problem, for example a dysfunction of the thyroid gland, is combated, the hair loss also regenerates in many cases.
In addition, of course, not every hair loss has to be counteracted with a second hair. Lighter cases can often be concealed with a little imagination and the right hairstyles.
We would be happy to advise you and show you how you can let your hairstyle shine in new splendor - with or without a second hair! Get a piece of your quality of life back!