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Reasons to men’s hair loss and effective tips to gain again

      Hair loss is common as men get older. Hair starts getting thinner in 85% of men when they turn fifty Some men are unlucky in that they develop hair loss. Depending on how they look losing hair could be a complete disaster. There are many different treatments that try to help prevent hair loss. There are even implant programs to have real hair implanted or even fake hair.I personally take care of my hair. On that note, taking care of the hair and scalp can improve the chances of not losing your hair Depending on what you use to wash your hair. Washing hair and using certain brands of hair cleaning products can help nourish the hair and scalp with nutrients to help keep the hair healthy so it doesn’t cause hair loss.

     There are also pill supplements that can be taken that help the hair. Supplements can provide proper nutrients to help keep your hair growing. There are even hair growth hormone pills that are suppose to make your body produce more hormones associated for growing hair. Today there have been many new options to try and treat male baldness. A man could get almost any hair style he wanted in a wig or toupee. The implanting is the more pricier way to deal with hair loss. Supplements can be pricey depending on the brand you buy.

     There are many factors that can attribute to hair loss, Cancer treatment, mental disorders and genetic factors are some of the most well known reasons for hair loss to occur, If the man gets cancer and has to go through chemo. They are most likely going to suffer hair loss. I have known people to have to buy wigs Stress factors can cause hair loss to occur. There is even a hair-pulling disorder that would cause hair loss. The hair pulling disorder is called Trichotillomania. If this disorder isn’t treated a person can lose all their hair just buy pulling it out themselves. Hair loss can also occur genetically if the man has family members prior to his generation suffer from hair loss. There is a good chance hair loss will happen to him too.

     The best way to prevent hair loss, would be to take care of the hair. Start early on in life with supplements for hair. Treat the hair to good quality shampoos and conditioners. One method i find very useful is using a hair brush to comb the conditioner in to my hair and let it sit in my hair for a few minutes while I soap up in the shower. When my hair is dry its very smooth and silky. Women like playing with my hair because it is extremely soft.I have always tried to take care of my hair because I love it when females play with my hair.

I started losing my hair in my mid twenties. My dad and grandfather were both bald, so it wasn’t much of a surprise, but it was still a huge bummer. Today, at age thirty-eight, I have a little hair “island” above my forehead, then a ring around the back and sides and that’s about it. For the most part, I shave my head entirely, but during the winter months, I stop shaving and just wear a hat most of the time. I think once I’m fifty or so, I’ll just embrace it and let what I have left grow out. Maybe I’ll go with a skullet like Hulk Hogan, or an aging hippy bony tail. Baldness is really the only thing I’m self conscious about. I have a few extra pounds around my middle, but I don’t wear loose clothing or layers or anything to hide it. For some reason being bald is the only thing about myself I try to hide. It’s strange and I haven’t figured out why this is yet. Like most bald dudes, I’m holding onto the hope that one day a real, permanent cure will be discovered, but until then, for me, it’s the shaving cream and razor, and a good collection of hats.

Jack Williams

7 thoughts on “Reasons to men’s hair loss and effective tips to gain again”

  1. Callum Bennett

    So there I was, all combing my hair in my late 20s getting ready to use my self-haircut kit to cut my own hair after spending tons of money at barber shops. Since I usually get my hair cut by someone else, I never really took the time to realize whether or not my hairline was receding. It was only after examining my head from all angles in the mirror that I noticed my hairline was retreating further back into my scalp!

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  2. Ashton Wall

    I had all hairs until I was 36 but in three years I have lost almost half of hairs. It’s hereditary even my father had the same issue and he also had sudden lost of hairs.

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  3. Theodore Sacks

    I started balding around 18. Starting out, I would notice an unusual amount of hair in the shower, but I didn’t really think much of it at first. Then during college, I began to notice a lot less hair than I would have liked when looking at group photos with me in them, and that definitely was a blow to my pride! Nowadays I just shave all my hair off, and I think I’m rocking the appearance quite well.

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  4. Luca Cook

    I HAD LONG AND THICK HAIR TILL LAST YEAR. BUT THIS YEAR I FEEL MY HAIR LOST VERY MUCH AND MY SCALP ALSO APPEARED WITH NO HAIR. I FEEL SO SAD. I AM NOT FEEL CONFIDENT.

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  5. Chase Graham

    I had very dense black hairs 5 years ago. All of a sudden due to stressful life i started loosing hairs drastically and one fine day I noticed that weird thing on my scalp. There was no hairs on a small patch. Subsequently noticed couple of more similar patches. I consulted a trichologist and he mentioned that there is nothing serious health problem but its called as “Alopecia Areta”. I did my own research on web and understood that almost all males (sometimes females) suffer from Alopecia in their life. Usually males have patterned Alopecia which is also called as male patterned baldness. Male patterned baldness can be treated with hair transplant but Alopecia Areta I believe even hair transplant doesn’t work as your scalp is not capable of holding hair folicles in the area of pathces. There are few types of Alopecia knows as Alopecia Areta, Alopecia Diffusa & Alopecia Totalis. In my case it was Areta. I tried taking alopathic medicines for almost a year but not worked. Then I noticed that I am loosing hairs on my eyebrows and eyelashes as well…as it happens in alopecia areta patients. I was scared badly and rigorously tried searching for genuine treatments on web. Then on a web research I discovered homeopathy treatment from Dr Rajesh Shah in his “Life Force Homeopathy” Clinic. I read his case studies on his website about alopecia areta and wanted to give it a last try to save my hairs. First year of treatment didnt make any difference and I almost thought of quitting but then as they say that homeopathy medicines effects are seen after long time. Therefore I kept calm and continued in second year instead of quitting and do nothing about it. And yes it worked. My eyebrows and eyelashes recovered the lost hairs. Also my scalp recovered the hairs. My hairs are not as dense as they used to be but I am happy that I did not quit and had faith in Dr Shah’s treatment.

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  6. Thomas Fowler

    I can’t stand the idea of losing it, but someday I might. My grandfather on one side had it but my other one did not. It saddens me to think of aging and losing hair.

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  7. Lincoln Matthews

    As I grew up I noticed that my head became bigger and unfortunately I have lost some of my hair. I just wear hats and stuff now but finding the right way to fix this issue would be wonderful

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