Posts Tagged ‘Mental’

A Curse or a Blessing?

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

Hair loss, be it Male Pattern Baldness (Androgenic Alopecia, AGA), female pattern baldness, patterned or diffused hair loss, even alopecia errata, and other forms of alopecia could be a blessing in disguise if you decide to make them so. Unlike those with a permanent full-head-of-hair, your hair loss might be an early indication of physical degeneration, inflammation, skin issues, nutritional deficiencies (malnutrition), heavy metal toxicity, candida over growth, thyroid dysfunction, liver dysfunction, and a good future risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome, prostate enlargement, hypertension or insulin sensitivity. Here you ask yourself, do you want to prevent these diseases as you grow older. Do you want to be a healthy older person able to enjoy your body, mind and world or crippled with disease?

Like any thing in life, you and only you decide if you want to perceive this is a curse or as a blessing.


 Your hair loss could be your “canary in a coal mine”, giving you early signs of impending danger

You now have the choice to ignore the signs (or mask them with pharmaceuticals) or to pay attention and take positive action to figure out what your body needs, give it what it needs to heal and become more optimally healthy and become a healthier adult and age gracefully. Targeting aging will also target your hair as hair loss is a sign of aging, some of us age faster. I have always been a faster-aging person, and my hair loss was only natural and to be expected as part of this accelerated aging process.


Why Me, but Not Taylor Smith?

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

You must remember, some people can and will do everything to destroy their bodies, they could even die prematurely due to their abuse and carelessness while not experiencing any baldness. Simply put, these people do not have the kind of predisposition those of us who experience hair loss have.

You must know that no two people are the same, your body chemistry is 100% unique to you.  There are millions of factors that might come together to cause your uniqueness, thousands of chemicals you were exposed to every day of your life causing toxicity or deficiencies. Your experiences, your mental processes, the health of your mother when you were a fetus or nursing, genetics, exposure to the world (from every breath of air you took to every toy you touched, cream you applied and water you drank), and if you want to take this metaphysical then your energy field, subconscious processes, emotional experiences, are all unique to you and all impact the “whole you”.

You are “only you” and no one else, looking at people with a full lustrous head of hair who eat bad food and follow negative habits and feeling bad that you don’t have their hair is the wrong approach. You need to look only at your body, figure out what is happening to it and work on becoming optimally healthy.

There comes a time when you need to stop looking at others and look at your body, and give it what it needs.

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Many people tend to fall in the victim mentality and ask Why Me? do not do that.

It is healthy to question,  and follow it with an investigation, do that, but you must remember your true uniqueness. That’s why some techniques work for some better than others.

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