Do you find it difficult to have a peaceful and complete sleep? Are you not feeling sleepy at night or can’t sleep when you desire? Are you habitually sleepless? If the answer to all the above questions is yes, then you are suffering from a sleep disorder termed as insomnia.
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Alopecia or hair loss is more commonly known as “baldness.” It may be confined to hair loss with or without scarring, reversible or permanent, and can be limited to scalp or universal. Alopecia can be inflammatory in nature and scaling may be sited in the affected area. A person may feel a tingling sensation where there has been hair loss. Uneven hair loss may also happen in a short span of time, and is usually noticeable on one side. Bald patches may affect even the healthy hair around them, causing hair to lose their grip from the follicles, allowing them to be pulled out effortlessly. So, now that you are sure you are suffering from alopecia, it is important to know which type you have.
Depression may be described as “living in a black hole” or having a feeling of impending doom. Feeling depressed can be a normal reaction to loss, life struggle, or an injured self esteem. But when feelings of intense sadness include feeling helpless, hopeless, and apathetic; if the person is constantly feeling angry and aggressive, lasting for many days to weeks particularly in men; and if these feelings keep the person from functioning normally, it can be clinical depression.