Do I have alopecia areata?

Do I have alopecia areata? Well, if you are asking this question, then, let me help you in this post, I’m going to ask you a series of questions to which you need an accurate answer, in the end, we are going to assess the results and tell you exactly whether you have alopecia areata or not.

Yes, I was suffering from alopecia areata in the past, it was extremely devastating to my self-esteem and my self-confidence, every day, I had a bald spot on my chin, it was horrible, and after only some few months, I had another big one on my scalp!

It was right in the middle of my scalp, and it was making me look disfigured, I have to say, I was very frustrated with this problem, and this is the reason why I kept looking for a solution and even better, I found a solution!

If you’d like to read more about how to treat your alopecia areata for good, then, I highly recommend that you read my previous posts, the ones about nutrition and dietary changes; they are going to show you exactly what kind of food to eat on a daily basis to cure your alopecia areata once and for all.

But for now, let me ask you some questions in order to tell for sure whether you have alopecia areata or not:

  1. Do you suffer from itchiness?
  2. Do you have pain in your scalp or near your alopecia areata spot?
  3. Do you have redness?
  4. Is your bald spot making your scalp or beard very sensitive?
  5. Do you have a bald spot on your eyebrows, scalp, eyelashes, arm or beard?

So, if you have answered with yes to the first four questions, or just one of them, then, you are not suffering from alopecia areata.

It’s because alopecia areata doesn’t cause inflammations or itchiness, in fact, it doesn’t even cause sensitivity, alopecia areata just happens with no pain!

You stop growing hair on an area of your scalp or beard, and even on your eyelashes, eyelids or eyebrows.

So, if you have answered yes to the fifth question, then, you are definitely suffering from alopecia areata.

Here is what I want you to do right now: I want you to check with a dermatologist in order to find out whether you have alopecia totalis or not, trust me, this can be extremely dangerous for your overall hair growth, and you need to make sure that you do not have this terrible immune/skin condition, if you have alopecia areata, then, changing your diet and concentrating on anti-inflammatory foods is going to help you tremendously and is going to get rid of this terrible skin condition in a matter of just three weeks.

I highly recommend that you read my previous posts, the ones about nutrition and alopecia areata, they will help you get rid of this terrible skin condition very quickly and easily as well.

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