About Us


The Global Hair Loss Association was created to provide hair-loss sufferers a reliable educational resource website to help them understand, cope with, and ultimately, select the best treatment for their condition.

GHLA understands the growing need to address alopecia (the medical term for hair loss) as a serious illness that needs immediate attention. Medical studies about this condition -- like the ones published in the National Institute of Health, the British Medical Journal, and the International Journal of Dermatology -- reveal how hair loss can lead to psychological and psychiatric disorders (including depression, high levels of anxiety, and social phobia).

To make it even worse, recent findings show how hair loss drugs -- which are supposed to treat the condition -- are actually even causing depression. Also, unreliable hair loss practitioners abound these days, taking advantage of the vulnerability of alopecia patients. This failure to find or receive an effective cure further aggravates the distress that hair loss sufferers go through. All of these contribute to life-altering problems with the patient’s self-esteem, social relationships, and career.

It is for these reasons that we are determined to protect everyone who is suffering from hair loss. We are here to help. Our commitment is this: to provide hair loss sufferers useful information which can truly help them prevent, treat, and recover from this debilitating condition.

The Go Hair Health was created to provide hair-loss sufferers a reliable educational resource website to help them understand, cope with, and ultimately, select the best treatment for their condition.

The GHH understands the growing need to address alopecia (the medical term for hair loss) as a serious illness that needs immediate attention. Medical studies about this condition — like the ones published in the National Institute of Health, the British Medical Journal, and the International Journal of Dermatology — reveal how hair loss can lead to psychological and psychiatric disorders (including depression, high levels of anxiety, and social phobia). To make it even worse, recent findings show how hair loss drugs — which are supposed to treat the illness — are actually even causing depression. Also, unreliable hair loss practitioners abound these days, taking advantage of the vulnerability of alopecia patients. This failure to find or receive an effective cure further aggravates the distress that hair loss sufferers go through. All of these contribute to life-altering problems with the patient’s self-esteem, social relationships, and career.

It is for these reasons that we are determined to protect everyone who is suffering from hair loss. We are here to help. Our commitment is this: to provide hair loss sufferers useful information which can truly help them prevent, treat, and recover from this debilitating condition.