How Does Alopecia Psychologically Affect Us?

Like other organs, hair ages. After 40 years, the hair loses thickness and the loss of density becomes evident. In addition, in the case of women, menopause alters the hormonal balance, so that the impoverishment of the hair occurs to a greater or lesser extent.

Early diagnosis of alopecia, a vital issue

A study conducted at the University of Nottigham to 1400 people, revealed that the main psychological consequences of hair loss are among others:

  • Depression, loss of self-esteem, anxiety and loss of identity.
  • People who suffer from alopecia feel more discriminated at work.
  • Lack of self-esteem and confidence.
  • Social isolation, most people avoid socializing and avoid places like gyms, swimming pools, beach etc.

Some people consider hair loss as inevitable in the course of life, and do not create too many problems, assuming it as normal. Even so, there are many more who suffer from hair loss leading to depression and anxiety, for them the solution is to perform a hair transplant.

The earlier we treat hair loss, the more reversible its cause will be.
However, thanks to advances in the field of hair medicine, there are perfectly qualified and prepared professionals like Dr. Panno. Considered one of the best hair surgeons at international level that, in addition to ending the problem of alopecia, has restored confidence and solved, thanks to his great work, the socio-psychological problems of patients who decide to take measures to recover their hair by going to our Hair Transplant Clinic in Marbella.

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