Choosing the Right Wigs When Experiencing Hair Loss

When I was pregnant with my third kid, I lost my hair. Over the duration of a month, I observed large amounts of it falling out till almost all was gone; my obstetrician and skin doctor did a battery of tests and eventually I was identified with serious alopecia areata, an immune phenomenon where your body incorrectly attacks your very own hair roots.

” Alopecia” in itself means “loss of hair” and can take place for a variety of reasons consisting of hereditary issues, autoimmune processes, systemic diseases like anemia or thyroid conditions, hormone modifications, tension, serious health problem, or as a side effect to chemotherapy or radiation therapy. Sometimes, the hair will grow back and in other cases, regrettably it might not.

Whatever the reason for the alopecia though, it can change the method you view yourself due to the fact that the person you look at in the mirror doesn’t rather appear like the person you keep in mind seeing in the past. This can affect your self-confidence and self-confidence, and cause issues such as social anxiety as well as depression. Thankfully nowadays there are choices to help cover your alopecia and make you feel a little bit more like yourself, and one that I have actually found most valuable is a great wig.

Wigs are made from natural hair or synthetic product. Generally wigs made from genuine hair are longer and more pricey. They look really natural and can be styled in different methods. If cared for effectively, they can last upwards of a year. The major benefit to synthetic wigs is expense. The other benefit is they can be used right out of the box if you so desire; the product has built-in memory so will normally look styled even if you haven’t done anything to it. The life-span of an artificial wig is shorter– someplace around 4-6 months.

Whichever kind of wig you select, here are a few pointers:

Pick a size that fits your head comfortably.
Make certain the material feels comfortable on your head; wigs can be itchy.
Think about the alternatives for wig caps, a layer of thin material that can go under your wig for comfort and to assist with itching. Simply be aware that this can make it relatively hot under your wig.
Make sure to take your wig to your hair stylist to get it cut to fit your face perfectly. Very hardly ever does one come out of the box fitting you precisely right.
Buy a wig-stand to hold your wig and keep its shape.
Make sure you care for your wig routinely to preserve its life-span.
Lastly, use it happily. You are gorgeous!

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