People with trichotillomania feel a compulsion to pull the hair from their eyebrows, scalp or other areas on their bodies. People with the disorder may abuse substances to attempt to manage their condition, which can make diagnosis and treatment even more complicated. If you or a loved one have trichotillomania, you are not alone. Treatment is available.

Assessing Your Risk of Trichotillomania

Are you concerned that you or your loved one has trichotillomania? A self-assessment can help you get answers. A quiz cannot be used as an official diagnosis because only a medical professional can diagnose a condition like trichotillomania. Taking a self-assessment can help you evaluate key symptoms to determine if you should seek assistance.