We don’t like to talk about it, but here is a little secret help.

How to cope with hair loss (for women)


Hair loss is one of those subjects that most people associate with men; however, the truth is that there are thousands of women all around the world suffering from hair loss too. If you are one of these women, you might find that there isn’t really much advice out there or anything that you can do, and this shouldn’t be the case at all.
Dealing with hair loss can be more difficult for women than men in a lot of cases, simply because of the lack of attention and help out there. In this article, we’re going to address what you should do if you think hair loss is a problem for you and how you can start to treat it.

Understanding that you aren’t alone

The first thing that you need to understand is that you are not alone. There are actually millions of women out there that are suffering from some form of hair loss but most of them will keep it to themselves. This is usually due to a fear of embarrassment or simply not knowing where to turn. As well as this, hair loss in women in not as socially acceptable as it is for men which makes the experience so much more difficult for women.
As soon as you understand that you are one of millions of women all around the world that are suffering from hair loss, we hope you will at least start to feel less alone.

Getting help

Once you have realised that hair loss might be a problem for you, you need to seek help. We recommend that you make an appointment with your local doctor/GP and he/she will be able to let you know more about the problem. Your doctor should be able to recommend a treatment for you or at least tell you more about the problem and refer you to an expert.
Many people (women especially) feel too embarrassed to go and see their doctor about hair loss which is something that you need to combat. Hair loss is just as much of a medical problem than anything else and if you don’t treat it as soon as you realise there is a problem, you might find that your hair loss spirals out of control when it could have been avoided, or at least helped.

Using hair loss products

Now, there are a lot of different hair loss products out there on the market and we’ll be honest, many of them are pretty pointless. However, there are some that have been proven to work such as Rogaine foam. It is highly likely that your doctor will recommend a hair loss product for you depending on the root cause of your hair loss problem.
Getting this advice from your doctor is absolutely paramount as there are different causes of hair loss in women so without this advice, you could be treating your problem with the wrong solution. hair growth supplements might also be recommended by your doctor and often, these can have more of a positive effect than many of the hair loss products out there.

Keeping on top of your treatment

Once you begin any kind of treatment for your hair loss problem, you need to keep on top of it. By this, we mean you should make sure that you are applying/taking the treatment when you need to and that you are monitoring the results. If you find that there has been little or no improvement after a vast period of time, you NEED to consult your doctor once again and possibly go for further testing.


Hair loss is not something that you should be embarrassed about as it really does affect a huge number of women all around the world. By visiting your doctor and finding a relevant treatment as soon as you notice a problem, you will be able to minimise the damage that is done.

Author Bio: This post was written by Joshua Hardwick of HairLossGeeks.com; a site dedicated to anything and everything related to hair loss. If you enjoyed this article, check out our guide to the best hair growth products for women.

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