The objective of this book is to educate the consumer about an unknown condition called Hyperhidrosis and it’s damaging effects causing hair loss and scalp disorders.
To inform the consumer on the difference between primary vs. secondary hyperhidrosis conditions.
To give a few of the major underlying medical causes that triggers hyperhidrosis.
For the consumer to be able to differentiate between hyperhidrosis hair loss and other forms of hair loss, like alopecia or MPB/FPB.
To explain how often hyperhidrosis is misdiagnosed in the hair loss industry.
To share some general Q&A’s concerning this condition and what to do to correct the problem.
To let any individual that may be suffering with excessive hair loss that help is here and hopefully reading this book will bring enlightenment to people everywhere and that we may eradicate this problem once and for all.
Hair loss is all too common in both men and women. One of the most common and often overlooked causes of hair loss is hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating). The factors that can influence hair loss can include exercising so much that you perspire excessively, cancer, menopause, thyroid malfunction and more. In my work as a trichologist (a hair and scalp specialist), I test analyze clients’ hair to identify the source of their hair loss, and then I prescribe a treatment plan. I wrote the book, Hyperhidrosis: The #1 Symptom of Hair Loss, because I want to help as many people as I can to get the help they need in treating their hair loss.