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.
Stress can affect you in many ways. It can make it difficult to get to sleep at night, affect your mood and your appetite and it can even lead to physical symptoms, such as spot outbreaks, aches and pains, and coughs and colds. Eventually if unmanaged your stress could lead to a severe mental health problem such as depression or anxiety.
Picture yourself enjoying a nice cup of coffee at the terrace of your favorite restaurant. The summer sun warms your skin slightly. When you close your eyes, you can enjoy the intense smell of freshly brewed coffee coming from the drink. The wind blows in your hair. Everything feels fine. But you can’t help but worry about occasional dandruff. Hair is a touchy subject for men, which is why it’s important to know how to take care of it. One of the most common problems that men encounter with hair is to be using a kind of shampoo that isn’t adapted to their type of hair. Whether shampoos contain harmful chemicals – and there are some nasty things that you don’t want to put on your hair – or whether you’re using an anti-greasy shampoo on dry hair, you’ve probably been guilty at least once of picking the wrong product. When it’s not the product, it’s the kind of diet that you follow. Your hair will show if you eat a lot of junk food, as it will begin to feel oily. But when it comes to hair care, the most important issue that you need to address is why some men suffer from hair loss. Bald patterns and hair loss are often perceived as a taboo topic. It’s time to understand what happens and to help your hair to grow strong and resistant.
Adulthood is not a child’s play. For a start, there are a lot of responsibilities to look after. But more importantly, every man needs real surviving skills for the adult life. You may not be living an adventurous life – Not everyone can be Iron Man but that shouldn’t stop you from trying – but risks are everywhere. Okay, maybe not all of them deadly. But a risk is a risk, and that’s exactly why you need to level up your surviving skills to tackle all of them effortlessly.
Generally speaking, I love my car. I love driving everywhere, it’s a lot of fun and makes my daily commute to work exceptionally easy. However, through all my years of driving, I’ve realized there are a few situations that are extremely stressful and very frustrating. So, I thought I’d discuss them today in the form of a blog post! Check out the three most stressful experiences when driving your car, right here: