The Trichotillomania Treatment Guide: How To Finally Overcome Trichotillomania and Stop Hair Pulling For Life

by Christopher J. Perkins
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Publisher: Christopher J. Perkins

Publication Date: March 06, 2016

ISBN: 9781524211523

Binding: Kobo eBook

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Discover how to stop hair pulling for life !

If you have had enough of wearing hats to cover bald patches and feeling helpless or like you just can’t stop plucking out your own hair, then this is the book for you. You will find a simple yet powerful guide to help your improve your life.

The Mayo Clinic defines trichotillomania as the impulse to and the actual follow through with the act of pulling out one’s hair from one’s own head, eyebrows and other body parts in an excessive manner. Such excessive behaviors can have negative impacts on a person’s body, mind and social life, resulting in a reduced quality of life.

Thoroughly researched, this book is packed with information and proven steps and strategies on how to overcome trichotillomania.  Covering topics including the disorder’s causes, diagnosis, treatments as well as the research which has been conducted, this book will provide you key information and tips for curing trichotillomania, especially in children!

People with this affliction try to resist these urges to pluck out their own body hair but all too often meet with little success in these efforts.  This disorder varies in its level of severity from mild to severe, with the milder forms being easier to manage and live with.  However, the more severe the disorder, the harder it is for the afflicted person to manage it.  Accordingly, help is greatly needed and can be found within the pages of this book.

Here is a preview of what you will learn:

-> The clinical definition of trichotillomania is per the DSM-V of the American Psychiatric Association. 

-> The differenced by focused trichotillomania and automated trichotillomania. 

-> Causes and contributing factors which promote trichotillomania. 

-> Researching findings regarding the origins and onset of this disorder. 

-> The negative impact plucking out one’s hair can have ...