Where acceptance is all there is
Has anyone tried Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs with any success with helping hair loss?
We have a Community Acupuncture Practice here in South FL. Basically you sit in a group, in these gravity chairs and the doctor places needles in particular points on the body to open up the energy meridians. You sit there quietly for about 45min to 1hr. The herbs are to help balance out what area according to Chinese medicine that is weak. In addition to alopecia, I have other…Continue
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So I am still not really sure how I feel about this condition. Most of the time I feel positive and happy that, honestly, just my hair is falling out. The thing is, when I first started to notice that my hair was starting to fall out I was worried that there was something seriously wrong with me. After two doctors not being able to tell me what was wrong, the third looked and told me right away. Third times the charm, right? Well for a while I only told those closest to me what was happening…Continue
Early on when I was first impacted by Alopecia and I wanted to explain it to the few people I told. I would say that I had an auto-immune disease called Alopecia.
One day someone stopped be as I verbalized this and told me not to ever profess/claim a disease with my mouth or in my mental thoughts.
His position was that are words and powerful, almost as powerful as our thoughts. And that we should all be particular of the language we use to edify our lives.
Him: "Girl you are wearin' that bald head, is that for a reason or just for style."
Me: First I give him the side eye, then I reply "its because I look so good wearing it, as you just pointed out." I continue what I am doing and pay him no extra attention.
Him: "Haha, your sassy; I like you! Do you shave it yourself?"
Me: Thinking to myself, really dude?!?! "I don't have to shave it" I decide to take the educational route and tell him…Continue
We humans walk around so consumed by our thoughts and emotions. We often times don't realize how we are presenting ourselves to the world.
As a bald head wearing alopecian I often find people looking at me, when I look back at them they seem very uncomfortable at first. The thing that I have found that helps to ease this situation the most is to flash a "big ole" SMILE at them. This works on all ranges of people children to grumpy old men.
Have you ever noticed that when…Continue
Hello Everyone! I need to vent...
Not only am I loosing my hair, my image, my self-worth, my sense of femininity, at 29, but no one seems to understand. I finally told my mother after several months and she said "well, things like cancer happen as you get older. Its not that bad. It could be worse." My sister in law is belittling the situation too. I feel like no one is LISTENING. Just HEAR me. This is HARD. I know it would be hard for them if it happened to them too!
Well... I shaved my head again. I was a little sad about it, but I feel like it's all for the best. Whenever I shave my head and go back to wearing wigs I feel that I'm taking back control. It's the way I cope with alopecia. I hate that when my hair tries to grow, another spot forms. I decided I didn't want to deal with it anymore. So right now I'm back to wearing my wigs.
Earlier I was thinking about how much things have changed over the past few years. Last year I started…Continue
When my oldest son asked me to let him see. I hesitated but I pulled off my wig and I looked at him, he just stared as if he did not believe what he was seeing but he was very supportive with me and he said well one day when I get a lot of money I am going to send you to Bosley I promise you momma. How sweet of him. I know that day is far away. I just need to find something that will give me confidence like a wig where I can feel like my own hair, can…
Greetings! I am newly diagnosed with frontal fibrosing alopecia, and had no idea what it even was.
I am curious if anyone on here has experienced this same type of alopecia, and what I can expect? I feel as if I am sort of dancing in the dark here...
comments or advice welcome
Ok, ive never blogged anything before unless it was for a school project but I just feel the need to vet now because unless I release some of these thoughts I'm going to go mad.
Ok so I'm originally from Ireland and ive come to Liverpool for university, ive suffered from alopecia arearta I think its called for about 8 years or so now and I'm only 18. I find that there is tremendous pressure on just regular kids to socialize and have relationships and party etc. the standard "Uni…Continue
I am responding to a woman named Rose who felt her husband was not as attracted to her since AU. I am 67 years old and have been married for 33 years. Two years ago, I developed AU---probably from the death of my dear sister which took me by complete surprise---I don't know if that was it but it happened after her death. My husband has always thought I was beautiful, but wasn't very verbal about it. Around the age of 60 he became very vocal about how he felt about my attractiveness---it…Continue