National Hair Loss Awareness Month – 25% Off on Hair System

National Hair Loss Awareness Month – 25% Off on Hair System

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Adam Bennet

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National Hair Loss Awareness Month : More than just a calendar event.
Treat your hair like a royalty. It’s the crown you never take off.
Hair is more than just strands that grace our heads; it’s a symbol of identity, confidence, and personal expression. Yet, the journey through hair loss can be a challenging and emotional one.
That’s why the observance of Hair Loss Awareness Month holds a special place in fostering understanding, support, and empowerment.

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Factors responsible for causing Hair Loss and Baldness

1. Genetics

Family history plays a significant role. If your parents or grandparents experienced hair loss, you might be genetically predisposed to it. But again, at the same time Baldness that comes in Genetics is a treatable condition and can be cured with solutions such as non-surgical hair replacement systems.

2. Hormonal changes

Hormonal imbalances, such as those caused by conditions like polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or thyroid disorders, can lead to hair loss. In such cases one can always rely on expert advice and should look out for immediate treatments.

3. Age

As you age, the rate of hair growth slows down, and hair strands become thinner. This natural process can result in noticeable hair thinning over time.
But with that comes a solution such as hair systems from IHS that will provide you with natural looking hair again, as more importantly the hair systems currently are running on an exclusive 25% discount

4. Nutritional deficiencies

Inadequate intake of essential nutrients like iron, zinc, biotin, and vitamins A and D can weaken hair strands and lead to hair loss.

5. Stress and trauma

Severe physical or emotional stress can disrupt the hair growth cycle, leading to a condition called telogen effluvium, where a larger number of hair follicles enter the resting phase and eventually fall out.

The impact of hair loss

Hair loss can have significant physical, emotional, and psychological impacts on individuals. Physically, it can lead to changes in appearance, which may affect self-esteem and body image. Emotional consequences can include feelings of embarrassment, shame, or social isolation. Psychologically, hair loss might contribute to anxiety, depression, and a decrease in overall well-being.
Simultaneously hair loss can affect personal relationships and social interactions, as individuals may become self-conscious about their appearance. They might avoid social situations or experiences where their hair loss could be noticeable.
Additionally, some people might invest a substantial amount of time and money in trying to find solutions or treatments for their hair loss.
In certain cases, hair loss could be linked to underlying medical conditions or treatments such as chemotherapy, adding to the complexity of its impact. It’s important to note that societal beauty standards and cultural perceptions of hair play a role in how individuals perceive and cope with hair loss.
Note to keep in mind : It’s crucial to remember that individuals experiencing hair loss are not defined by their appearance. Support from friends, family, and medical professionals can help them navigate these challenges and find ways to cope with the impact of hair loss.

Common Causes of Hair Loss

1. Childbirth

Estrogen levels skyrocket during pregnancy which can slightly hinder your hair growth cycle, specially during that period you will see hair loss more than your normal days.

2. Various sort of Alopecia Areata (AA)

Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disorder that causes hair loss, typically in small patches on the scalp or other areas of the body. It takes place when the immune system unknowingly attacks hair follicles, following hair loss. The exact cause is not fully understood, but genetics and environmental factors can be the reasons here.

3. Extreme usage of products on hair

In order to create that style hairdo we all seem to use those hot styling tools on your head regularly that in return results in heavy hair loss, breaking of hairs and thinning of hair.
Always use shampoos and conditioners that are very much mild in nature and do not have that chemical properties

Debunking myths

  • Myth: Wearing hats or using hair products leads to hair loss.
    Fact: Wearing hats or using hair products doesn't cause hair loss. Genetics, hormones, and other factors are primary contributors.
  • Myth: Only men experience hair loss.
    Fact: Women can also experience hair loss due to factors like genetics, hormonal changes, and medical conditions.
  • Myth: Stress is the main cause of hair loss.
    Fact: While stress can contribute, hereditary factors, medical conditions, and age play larger roles in hair loss.
  • Myth: Baldness comes from the mother's side of the family.
    Fact: Hair loss is influenced by genes from both parents, not just the mother's side.

Seeking professional help

Excessive hair fall can be a small picture of a rather big internal conflict happening in your body.
It is always recommended, if the condition is connected with hormonal fluctuations or any other health related issue, it’s best to seek advice from a medical expert.
The right kind of medication can help combat the issue, without triggering other problems and you will get the right solution at the right time from the right source.

Tips for maintaining healthy hair

  • 1. Eat and practice only HEALTHY
  • 2. Drink immense amount of water to keep your hair hydrated
  • 3. Use only mild shampoos and conditioners and avoid over washing your hair
  • 4. Avoid heat styling tools as much as possible
  • 5. Choose the quality products
  • 6. Massage your scalp
Consistency is key. Taking care of your hair regularly can lead to long-term improvements in its health and appearance.

Supporting each other:

With national hair loss awareness month we are practising that no one is alone on this hair loss journey, together we all can conquer the world.

The significance of hair loss awareness month:

Getting to the roots of hair loss

Hair loss is a universal experience that transcends age, gender, and cultural boundaries. It’s a journey that often extends beneath the surface, impacting emotions, self-esteem, and mental well-being. Hair Loss Awareness Month serves as a platform to acknowledge these deeper aspects, promoting open conversations and understanding.

Breaking the stereotypes

Stereotypes surrounding hair loss can draw a shadow of shame and isolation, making individuals feel as though they’re suffering from this journey all- alone. The awareness month acts as a hope of light, breaking down these chains of stereotypes. With the help of the educational initiatives, campaigns, and shared stories, it encourages a shift in societal perspectives.

Entitling with knowledge

Knowledge is a powerful tool, and Hair Loss Awareness Month wields it to equip individuals with the information they need. From understanding the underlying causes of hair loss to exploring treatment options, this month-long observance empowers individuals to make informed decisions about their hair health.


Hair loss is more than how it is anticipated. In real, it is a movement that transforms perspectives and lives. IHS strongly believes in this vision and introduced the BONANZA offer to help those who are juggling with their hair loss.
As we celebrate this month, let’s embrace the beauty of diversity, both in our hair and in our understanding of what it means to truly thrive.

Author Profile

Adam Bennet

Adam Bennet is a Certified Trichologist at IHS Hair replacement with over 21 years of Unbeatable experience. Throughout his remarkable career, he has successfully completed an impressive 8000 hair replacement systems. Adam is dedicated to transforming lives and boosting self-confidence so that one can live with all the pride and confidence. Adam Bennet has served over 800 satisfied clients and still-counting, while helping them get their natural appearance and emotions back with all the pride and confidence.

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