If you haven't changed your hair products, that might actually be a reasonable next step to determine if you've developed a sensitivity to an ingredient. The larger problem is that manufacturers put in many, many chemicals,
I'm sorry, but because the rest of your question isn't posted I'm not sure what you're talking about. These could be anything from healing wounds--possibly bite wounds, depending on the distance between them--to an infection
I have been having the same sensation of something crawling under my scalp but it only appeared since I was diagnosed with a severe case of MRSA staph infection that was dangerously close to my brain. The sensation...
I agree with Gillian. The best thing you can do is see your doctor. The bump may not be related to your hair loss at all. The doctor may be able to determine that your hair loss is not caused by a major illness. This will put
Might want to visit a wellness focused chiropractor (not just a back cracker) to see if you have any pinched nerves in your neck or back. He/she should refer you to another practitioner if there is evidence of an
Scalp Massage for Relaxation and Healthy Hairby
just come at the right place.
Here’s a video that will show you how to massage your scalp to help you strengthen... like it.
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My Scalp has become very sensitive because of my radiation treatment. I was told this would happen... out and I am only halfway through my treatment! My scalp is going to continue to be sensitive until my treatment...
My scalp was feeling rather it ...by
My scalp was feeling rather itchy and I was convinced that my head was covered in those horrid, little bugs whose name makes you itch all over but I realised that it was just a bad case of dry scalp