Hair loss is common amongst most men, so don’t worry if you are starting to notice a few follicles going missing here or there. In fact, according to science, we lose around 100 strands of hair a day. Thankfully, hair also grows back again, so don’t worry about getting the sticky tape out and trying to put the strands back in place. While you could opt for hair transplant procedures if you are particularly worried about thinning hair or baldness, there are ways to reduce your hair loss. Here are just a few of them.
When it comes to hair, it’s a genetic lottery. Some men keep a full head right into old age whereas others lose it in their early twenties and some cases even sooner. And when your hairline starts to recede and your locks start to thin out, it’s enough to knock any man’s confidence. Many claim that it makes them look older, believe it makes them look like their dad or think it makes them look less attractive. While hair isn’t the end of the world (and might not seem like a big deal to those who still have it!) when you’re going through hair loss it can seem like it is. If you’re not ready to embrace baldness just yet, luckily there are a few options you can try.
Hair loss has been described as the worst thing that can happen to a man and while that might be a bit extreme, it certainly isn’t pleasant. Personally I am ok with it but not everyone can pull off. There are all sorts of products out there that claim to fight hair loss. But humanity, right now, is in a state of ignorance when it comes to pattern baldness. And most products you can buy are snake oil.