In this episode of Hair Loss Solutions TV™, you will discover the following:
- The cause of Annie’s hair loss, diagnosed as Alopecia
- The effects of hair loss on Annie’s childhood through adulthood, affecting her relationships, work, and more
- What Annie did to finally regain her confidence after many failed attempts
We’d like to introduce you to Annie. Suffering from Alopecia and also the insecurities associated with hair loss, Annie was hesitant to wear a hair piece after multiple treatments weren’t working for her. She wanted to look and feel like herself, but she felt like she was out of options. Both her professional and personal relationships were affected. That’s when she decided to visit Jeffrey Paul’s Hair and Scalp Specialists.
As you’ll see in the video above, Annie struggled with her hair loss and continued to face obstacles in finding the right solutions. After several failed treatments and attempts, Annie has restored her quality of life, her confidence, and femininity.
What is Alopecia?
Alopecia is a common autoimmune disorder that causes hair thinning and loss on the scalp and possibly the face. According to the the National Alopecia Areata Foundation, Alopecia areata “affects as many as 6.8 million people in the United States.” It’s not limited to a single age or gender, as it can affect people of all ages, men and women, and all ethnic groups.
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In this episode, we used the following resources:
- Website: Jeffrey Paul Academy Blog
- Book: Solutions to Women’s Hair Thinning and Loss (Professional Edition) by Jeffrey Paul
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