For men who have lost their hair, the underlying cause is almost certainly male pattern baldness. Though this isn’t the only condition that can trigger hair loss in men, it is the most common by far. In fact, about 90 percent of male hair loss cases have male pattern baldness as their primary factor.
More often than not, male hair loss does have a strong genetic component, so this instinct isn’t too far off. With that said, there can actually be a wide range of factors that lead to thinning hair, including several aspects of your lifestyle.
Many of our clients ask us what they can do to maintain vibrant, healthy hair growth. One of the best things you can do to stave off hair loss is simply to make sure you’re eating right.
There’s a common misconception that hair loss is primarily a male concern. However, as many women will readily attest, thinning hair can impact anyone, and the results are almost always traumatic.
As the COVID-19 pandemic drags on—in the midst of a political election year, looming economic uncertainty, and unrest throughout the nation— most of us are dealing with more than our fair share of stress.
Nobody likes losing their hair. It can be a genuinely painful, traumatic experience, especially if you assume your hair loss will be permanent. The good news is that hair loss never has to be permanent; there are a number of treatments and solutions that can restore your hair to its full length and volume.
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