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The paranoia has started as I think I am losing my hair! 
Is My Hair Thinning Or Am I Paranoid? When To Speak To A Hair Loss Clinic 
Our hair plays a vital role in how we look and feel and our self confidence. So if you find yourself hiding your thinning hair, or stressing about hair thinning, it’s normal to feel a little paranoid about it. Hair loss can have a significant impact on your life, self confidence and self-esteem and Elite Hair Restoration and its team of Advisors are here to help you. 
25% of men start to lose their hair by the age of 21 & 40% of women experience hair loss by age 40.  
But for many people experiencing thinning hair or hair loss, the process happens gradually, so may not be noticeable at in the early stages. This often means that in many sufferers the notiable effects of the hair shedding go unnoticed for a long time, until they have lost nearly half of their hair density. 
The causes of hair loss 
There are many reasons people begin to lose their hair, including: 
Family history 
Natural shedding 
Lifestyle factors 
Health issues 
If you lose hair as a result of genetics and the family battles with Hair Loss, you’ll need medical intervention to restore your hair. Find out about FUT or FUE hair transplant surgery and how this hair transplant procedure helps with thinning hair. 
Natural shedding 
Everyone loses hair — it’s all part of the natural hair growth cycle. Most people lose around 50-100 hairs every day. This may sound like a lot, but it’s based on an average follicle count of 100,000 — so 99.9% of your hair continues to grow. 
If you’re concerned that you’re shedding more hair than this, or you’ve noticed substantial hair loss when you wash or brush your hair, you’re probably not paranoid, this is a clear sign that your suffering with sustained hair loss. 
Lifestyle-related hair loss 
Lifestyle aspects such as stress, diet and hairstyling habits can affect your hair. A stressful lifestyle can affect the rate at which your hair grows, and it can also cause excessive shedding, or falling out in clumps. Diet can also influence the health of your hair follicles and scalp, which can affect hair loss. 
Health-related hair loss 
Hair loss is a recognised side-effect of some health problems, such as thyroid disorders, autoimmune issues, or skin conditions such as psoriasis. It’s likely that other symptoms would alert you to these types of health concerns, but if you believe your hair loss is not related to any of the factors mentioned above, it could be worth getting it checked by either a Trichologist or a Dermatologist, as it may help to identify an underlying issue sooner. 
Is it hair loss or hair thinning? What to do next 
Start by taking several photos from various angles with good lighting with both wet and dry hair. Repeat this process every week and review the photos. You could also ask close friends and family but this may be an embarrassing topic to discuss, it’s also an easy way to get some honest feedback. If you don’t feel comfortable talking to friends and family, there are also numerous hair loss advice forums, where men and women ask questions about their own hair loss experiences. 
But there’s no substitute for photographic evidence and a Free Consultation with a Hair Loss Expert. 
If you need a hair transplant to increase hair density, you can find out about surgical options and get a detailed quotation and treatment plan. 
You no longer have to accept hair loss as a solution is a phone call away. Even if you’re in the early stages of hair loss and it’s too soon for a hair transplant, there are lots of ways to manage the condition and retain your existing hair follicles. 
By finding the right treatment sooner rather than later, you can tackle the problem head on and ensure that you maintain a full head of healthy looking hair. 
Book an appointment with a Elite Hair Restoration to start your hair restoration journey. 
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