My name is Kelly McMahon and I am expecting my second child in March 2015. I thought it perfect timing to write a blog on hair loss after pregnancy.
Another really useful article that demonstrates how profoundly hair affects everyone, particularly women. What will it take for the medical profession to take this complaint seriously? In my experience, it’s those GPs who have either experienced hair loss themselves or a family member very close to them has. How brave of Alice to share her…
I have to admit that when I read this article I was somewhat sceptical, as these days so many products, including this helmet, claiming to stimulate hair growth and cure baldness.
INDIVIDUAL is at the heart of service provided at Sussex Trichology. Individual hair loss treatment prescribed to suit your particular needs, after gaining an exhaustive understanding of your specific condition.
OMG! I wish that I had saved all the heartache, money and time I’ve wasted over my hair and come straight to a hair specialist! Latest blog post based on a true story described by one of our patients.
Not your typical New Year blog, Trichologist Shuna explained the pitfalls of unqualified clinics and “snake oil” products that are more money than they are worth!
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Zinc is an important element to the human body in general and hair in specific. If you are proved by blood test to be deficient, it is very important you blood values for this are within the given range. In most laboratories this is 11-18 umol/L. If an individual decided to take a zinc supplement…
I am Shuna Hammocks, a married Sussex born mother of two. In my professional life I am a consultant trichologist who specialises in all matters regarding the hair and scalp. Every day I diagnose and treat conditions such as Psoriasis, eczema, chronic hair shedding and female pattern thinning (to name a few). However this article…
An undiagnosed thyroid abnormality can increase the risk of obesity, heart disease, anxiety, hair loss, sexual dysfunction, infertility and more. No wonder the thyroid is given the nick name “gland central”.