Losing hair can be devastating. An increase in the
amount of hair falling out or a widening of the hair
parting can cause you anxiety and distress, affect your
self-esteem or cause you to cancel your social life.
Although the most common cause of hair loss is
genetics, there are many other factors that can also
cause the problem.
Dr. David Kingsley’s Solution:
1. Find Out Why You Are Losing Your Hair.
Even if genetic hair loss is the most obvious reason
for losing your hair, other factors could also be
contributing to your hair loss or making it worse and
should be explored. It is important to understand and
find all the contributing factors, however minor.
2. Treat Each of the Causes of Your Hair Loss.
Once the causes of your hair loss have been
ascertained, try and correct the ones that can be
corrected, even if they are only playing a very small
role in your hair loss. Be pro-active.
Use more than one treatment to get the best results to
help your hair loss. The more treatments that you use
that are orientated to the reasons why you are losing
hair, the better the chance of improvement.
Also, just because a treatment didn’t work for a friend
doesn’t mean it won’t work for you. Try a treatment
regimen for about 3 to 6 months to see if it’s working.
Please call 718-698-4700 to make an appointment to see Dr. Kingsley.
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