Symptoms of Alopecia Areata and Support for Hair Loss

Most common symptoms of Alopecia Areata

The most common symptom is hair loss.  The hair loss could be witnessed from the scalp and other parts of the face, including the beard, eyelashes, eyebrows and other parts of the body, as well.  


Alopecia and Hair Loss

Hair loss is a symptom of Alopecia Areata, but hair loss does not confirm the diagnosis of Alopecia Areata.  Most hair loss is noticed by excessive clumps of hair in the shower while shampooing or blow-drying your hair.  You may also notice excessive amounts of hair left on your pillow/bed after rest. In some cases the hair loss can be more exaggerated and may be related to Alopecia Totalis which is the loss of all scalp hair or Alopecia Universalis which is the loss of all scalp and body hair. Although hair loss is a symptom of Alopecia Areata, other health conditions can also lead to hair loss. For proper diagnosis, you should seek the counsel of a certified professional. There may be options available to treat your condition and to help you regrow your hair quicker.  Consult a licensed professional to find out more. 


Support with Hair Loss

There are many options available to support hair loss and to regrow your hair more quickly.  A professional hair care consultant can help to restore, reconstruct and rebuild your hair.  Consult a licensed professional today to find out more.


In conclusion:

There are many symptoms connected to the possibility of Alopecia being present.  Hair loss is just one of the many symptoms.  A licensed and certified professional should be consulted to properly diagnose your situation.  Although losing your hair can be a dramatic experience, there are many options available to help you regrow your hair.  Licensed professionals are available to help you navigate the many resources and products to help find the solution that’s best for you.