Last week, Shuna Hammocks talked about trichology, male and female pattern thinning, genetic hair loss, hair loss treatment, how Shuna works with hair loss patients etc in an interview with Meridian FM Host Samantha Day.
Alopecia Areata (AA) is not a common hair loss condition. Less than 1% of the population suffer from Alopecia Areata.
In some cases, Alopecia Areata can be permanent. If the patch has been inactive (not growing hair) for long, the follicle might forget how to produce a hair.
While an annoying and sometimes sore scalp can flare up at any time of the year, many of us (me included) start detoxing our wardrobes and cupboards in spring, so why not sort that itchy flaky scalp out now too?
The school nurse has recently diagnosed my 6-year-old daughter with ALOPECIA AREATA. What are possible the treatments?
The school nurse has recently diagnosed my 6-year-old daughter with Alopecia Areata. She has not given me any information whatsoever; she said she would send a letter to the hospital and they may or may not chose to see my daughter.
Thank you so very much, Julie. Your testimonial is really kind, and I remain available to you anytime. It will help many others who are suffering hair loss in your position too!
A few months ago, worried Catriona visited the clinic complaining about her rapid hair loss condition. I examined her scalp and other medical reports for hair loss symptoms. She followed my instructions and during our recent session, I noticed her hair was growing back. In her testimonial, she said: I went to Shuna as my…
I regularly receive inquiries about teenage hair loss. Anxious parents often tell me that their children are suffering from hair loss and ask me if puberty is causing hair loss.
My first but very brief TV appearance on BBC South East Today last week! I thought some of the hair loss patients would be interested to see further psychology surrounding Alopecia Areata is being discussed on social media. I would also like to thank Jade Jarvis for starting the social awareness.
I am very stressed that my hair is thinning at the front. Do you offer any hair loss treatment for my condition?
I am 37 years old. Within the last few months, I noticed my scalp is visible at the front, like a see-through effect. My hair seems thinner around the affected area. I had a blood test which appeared to be ok other than that my doctor dismissed it. Family members have always had good thick enduring hair, I’ve always had thick hair, needless to say, I’m very distressed and a bit paranoid about it.