Dreams are funny things. Whilst we fall asleep hoping to escape from everyday life, more often than not the things that are worrying us appear to disrupt our peaceful slumber. Many people believe that dreams allow us to explore our unconscious, bringing problems with our mind and body that we have repressed in our waking life to the surface. So, for those dreaming about hair loss, what could this mean?
Dream A Little Dream Of Hair
The common consensus of various dream dictionaries is that losing your hair signifies a preoccupation with ageing, maybe you’re noticing the initial signs of ageing, or perhaps you’re worried about their onset. It also might be that you are feeling weak and vulnerable.
It could also be that your dreams of hair loss signify a fear of public humiliation, or of losing control and being powerless. There is also an argument that dreams can be direct messages from the unconscious about your health, in this case, it may be that you’re not getting enough essential vitamins, minerals and proteins from your diet to sustain healthy hair.
If you’re worrying about ageing, hair loss may well be high on your list of signs to look out for. If you’re concerned about hair loss (maybe a parent or a grandparent experienced this genetic condition) it might be a good idea to check your hair line (perhaps you can compare it to a photo taken a year ago on Facebook) and also use a hand mirror to look at the crown of your head.
If you notice a thinning of the hair or a receding hair line, congratulations! You’ve caught the beginnings of male pattern hair loss early, and if you begin treatment now, there’s every chance that you could halt the rate of your hair loss and regrow the thinning area.
A personalised hair loss treatment programme from The Belgravia Centre can treat the early stages of male pattern hair loss. With our combined, tailored treatment approach, each client receives a hair loss treatment plan based on their specific needs after we diagnose the manner of hair loss (95 times out of 100, it’s male pattern hair loss) and also look at any other underlying conditions, such as scalp problems.
Having A Hair Nightmare?
Minoxidil, along with Propecia, is one of the only two clinically proven hair loss treatments available, which means that they have been licensed or approved for use by the MHRA and FDA. Minoxidil is thought to work by activating potassium channels in the scalp, and not only helps prevent further hair loss but aids hair regrowth, too. For particularly stubborn areas of hair loss on the scalp (often where the hair line has receded) our unique high strength minoxidil 10% and 12.5% formulations when applied twice a day can show remarkable results in a short space of time.
Propecia is also key, as it blocks the hormone DHT, which is responsible for attacking genetically predisposed follicles on the scalp, causing thin, wispy hair to grow, and eventually no hair at all if left untreated.
These clinically proven medications tie in with a range of treatment boosters that we offer, and together these methods give you the best chance possible of treating hair loss. Within months, you can be back to sleeping soundly once more.
The Belgravia Centre—————————————————————————————————–
The Belgravia Centre is the leader in hair loss treatment in the UK, with two clinics based in Central London. We offer clinically proven treatments for hair loss, as part of comprehensive treatment programmes offered by our hair loss specialists. Our in-house pharmacies produce high-strength medications for hair loss that contain medically proven ingredients and are available at no other clinic worldwide. Treatment programmes are available by visiting the centres or for home-use, anywhere in the UK or the rest of the world. View our hair loss success stories, which are the largest collection of such success stories in the world and demonstrate the levels of hair regrowth that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 0800 077 6666 for our hair loss helpline or to arrange a free consultation.This entry was filed under Hair Loss, Male Hair Loss. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.