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When it comes to hair loss for some it can cause a lot of distress and it can be quite hard to face the reality of what is to come. Although hair loss is a gradual process that you might not notice and the early stages, there are a few different symptoms that you should not ignore.

Today we’re discussing three important hair loss symptoms that you should not ignore.

Thinning hair

Hair loss isn’t something that happens overnight, it is a gradual process that can take some time for you to notice. You might notice when brushing or running your hands through your hair that your hair isn’t as full as it once was.

Your hair might start to become less dense and thick as it once was, thinning hair is one indication that your hair growth cycle has changed and you are now losing more hair than you are growing.

Receding hairline

A receding hairline is something most men can expect to happen later in their life, however, if you start to experience symptoms of a receding hairline earlier on in life it is important to take notice.

Over time a receding hairline gets worse and it eventually makes its way across the head, in most cases leaving the scalp exposed. If you start to notice your hairline getting further and further back, it could be time to visit a hair loss specialist.

Patchy or circular bald patches

Balding can occur in irregular patterns that can become patchy or in random circle shaped bald spots. If you start to notice any patchiness on the scalp or bald patches it might be time to seek help.

At the Harley Street Hair Clinic, we’re experts in hair restoration procedures and we know that if you notice your hair loss early on we can help towards minimising hair loss and also finding a treatment that will work to restore the appearance of a fuller head of hair.

If you would like more information on our procedures please contact us today for a no obligation consultation.

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