New Book Educates Women on the Causes, Cures and Emotional Aspects of Female Hair Loss

Murrieta, CA (PressExposure) September 23, 2006 -- Hair loss in women is a widespread problem. According to a study by the International Association of Trichologists, approximately 75% of all women will experience some degree of hair loss in their lifetime. Up to 80% of all new patients seeking help for hair loss are women. Although it is often dismissed as a cosmetic problem, hair loss in women must be taken seriously. Hair loss is a symptom of many serious medical conditions. It can be the first warning sign that the body has gone out of balance. Fortunately in many cases hair loss is temporary and easily corrected once the cause is identified.

Many women are frustrated with the lack of concern, sympathy and knowledge they receive from the medical community. They want answers and they want solutions. "Hair Loss in Women...Getting to the Root of the Problem" arms women with information needed to identify the many types and causes of female hair loss.

Staring with diet, lifestyle and nutrition, this book goes on to explore holistic means used now and throughout history to prevent thinning and restore thick and healthy new growth. From acupuncture to homeopathy to hypnotherapy, women will discover how these and other alternative healing methods work to restore hair health.

Women will relate to the personal heartfelt anecdotes of other women experiencing hair loss and trying to deal with the emotional aspects and frustrations. This book was written specifically for women, to deal uniquely with all aspects of female hair loss.

About VZ Botanicals

Melanie Vonzabuesnig is the author of "Hair Loss in Women...Getting to the Root of the Problem." The book is based on her own personal experience of hair loss and re growth through natural methods. You can get more information on this book at You will be able to preview and purchase the book as a paperback or download.

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