Hair Loss

Options for Restoration & Reversal

Non-Fiction - Health - Medical
390 Pages
Reviewed on 10/12/2017
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Author Biography

Gustavo has been a successful entrepreneur, educator, healthcare consultant, inventor, and businessman for the past thirty-five years. His educational background and business experience have made him exceptionally versatile, achieving numerous successes in both the healthcare and business fields. As a multiple-award-winning author possessing this academic versatility allows Gustavo the ability to research and write about health care, entrepreneurial and business-related issues.

A topic of interest for Gustavo is reviewing the literature on hair-loss research. Recently, Gustavo launched a new book entitled HAIR LOSS: Options for Restoration & Reversal. The objective of this book is to educate the consuming public about the effectiveness of the many available hair-loss treatment modalities the consumer will be subjected to. This is an important and valuable book for both men and women who are afflicted with hair-loss problems. The book provides the reader with a historical perspective regarding hair loss, as well as the present and future trends of alopecia research.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Ray Simmons for Readers' Favorite

I am not overly vain and I have resigned myself to getting old and not being able to do as much as I could in my youth. But I have had a full, even luxurious head of hair my entire life and if I can keep it, I want to do so. Right now, my hairline is receding in the front and there is a spot on the top where hair is disappearing fast. This is why I read Hair Loss: Options for Restoration and Reversal by Gustavo J. Gomez Ph.D. I am a methodical person and I like to approach problems like hair loss in a systematic and scientific manner. I would rather read a book by an expert than react to a sixty-second infomercial. The only drawback to this way of doing things is finding the right book. If you are in a similar situation as to what you can do about hair loss, let me assure you. This is the book for you.

Hair Loss by Gustavo J. Gomez does exactly what the title and subtitle implies. It lists your options to combat and restore the loss of hair in a clear and very organized manner, one that is not intent on selling you something but just giving you information you can use. The writing is clear and concise. The explanations reasonable and scientific. Hair Loss: Options for Restoration and Reversal has helped me decide which direction I need to go in as I tackle this problem. It is rare to find the book that tells you everything you need to know on a subject. When it comes to hair loss, Gustavo J. Gomez has written that book.

Vernita Naylor

How we look is extremely important. People tend to judge us by our outer appearance. Our body type, our face, our smile and our hair get the most attention. Did you know that our way of life and how we handle stress are some of the factors that affect our body and particularly our hair. Hair Loss: Options for Restoration & Reversal by Gustavo J. Gomez, Ph.D. is an educational, comprehensive book designed to teach the causes behind hair loss and the remedies to provide solutions to the problem. Dr. Gomez has covered everything in this book, from the Anatomy and Physiology of Hair Growth, Scalp Conditions Resulting in Hair Loss, and The Graying Hair Process to Future Trends in Hair Restoration Solutions.

Dr. Gomez was able to research and learn about the various aspects of hair loss when he began to notice some hair thinning of his own. This set him on a journey to discover the reasons behind it, the importance of preventive maintenance and how to remedy hair loss. Dr. Gomez has added an appendix and glossary for readers in a comprehensive resource tool that they can refer to. These tools will help to educate the reader on the statistical data and the various ways that hair loss can affect them - from hormones to aging, as well as the different types of alopecia deficiencies. At some point in time we will all experience issues with hair loss, so why not become educated now on the subject that is affecting millions.

This is such a great book. I was able to relate to this book personally because once my daughter became a hair and beauty expert over a decade ago, her focus has always been on healthy hair and skin. Regardless of the services that she provided for the clients, the main focus was health. These practices are what she has taught me and that I have been practicing myself for years. Dr. Gomez was on point with the information that he provided and each chapter is self contained, regardless of where you are in this journey. He even has a chapter on Hygiene and Hair Care that discusses combing, shampooing, brushing and blow-drying your hair, which are important preventive maintenance practices to ward off hair loss. Add this book to your library and purchase a few copies for your friends and loved ones.

Gisela Dixon

Hair Loss: Options for Restoration & Reversal by Gustavo J. Gomez, Ph.D. is a non-fiction book on practically everything one needs to know about hair loss. Hair Loss is an extremely thorough and comprehensive book on hair loss—the book is divided into well organized and structured chapters starting with the anatomy and physiology of hair, male and female pattern hair loss classifications which explore all of the existing data in detail, the effects of aging, hormones, genetics, etc. on hair loss, the role of nutrition and other factors, the graying process, and all of the various types of current hair loss restoration and transplantation methods available, including all surgical as well as non-surgical methods. The book also discusses future trends and potential treatment options. The book ends with a glossary of terms, index, and references which are all very useful for understanding basic terminology and for quick reference.

I was surprised and a bit amazed to discover that there is so much to learn about the structure of hair and hair loss. Hair Loss is so well written that anybody with no prior understanding of the field can easily pick up and learn all of the information they need. I was impressed with Gustavo’s obvious and in-depth knowledge of the field, and also his ability to make the subject easy to understand as well as interesting to read! Hair loss is such a common occurrence among people all over the world, regardless of race or ethnicity, that I am sure many people will truly benefit from learning more about the underlying science of hair and also be able to choose wisely from all of the treatment options available. This is a very useful book that I would recommend!