Hair loss is a big worry for a lot of people and although significantly more common in men, many women also struggle with this demoralising condition. With 2 out of 3 men starting to lose their hair by age 35 it can be an upsetting and stressful time. 
Even in this era of modern medical science, myths about hair loss are still extremely common. Androgenetic alopecia (or male pattern baldness, as it is more commonly known) affects men at different ages. Some start to suffer as young as their early twenties, while many more are affected by the time they reach their thirties. 
Stress can trigger hair loss by influencing the growth-cycle, according to contemporary studies. In order to stimulate growth, the stress source must first be eliminated. There are many different ways of reducing stress or alleviating it completely, and one of those is by adapting a peaceful and harmonious lifestyle for better health. That said, physical stress as well as serious illnesses such as cancer trigger hair-loss. The following is an overview of how this occurs. 
When hair loss occurs – often seen as a natural process for many men as they age, getting it right with a good hairstyle can make all the difference to increasing confidence. There are various styles to think about, but the main principle is about keeping the hair short - longer hair can draw attention to those areas where the hair loss is more noticeable. Taking in these factors, there are several styles that are worth considering. 
Shaving your head can seem like a great way to hide your hair loss. Some people even shave their heads as part of their style, especially if it is considered trendy at the time. Many celebrities have been known to use the bald look as their trademark. But is it advisable to shave your hair if you are suffering from hair loss? For most people, shaving the head would not be ideal. 
According to recent statistics, hair loss affects up to 40% of men by the age of 35 and up to 40% of women by the time they reach 40. Everyone knows about hair loss and the worry of it can be a problem – this is nothing new. Hair thinning can cause significant distress and may seem an irreversible condition, but researchers have recently uncovered a possible link between melatonin and hair growth. 
After a patient has made the big decision to undergo hair loss surgery, it is essential that they know exactly what to expect. The process of hair loss surgery can be a little slow for some patients: hair grows slowly, and it can take a long time to see the results that they have been hoping for. With time and care however, post-surgery patients will see a big improvement. 
What are hair thickening shampoos, and will they work? 
If you are unfortunate enough to suffer with thin hair, there is no doubt that you have thought about using a hair thickening Shampoo. The trouble is the amount of choice on the market and the usually hefty price tag are likely to put you off. Obviously, you wouldn’t want to spend £30+ on a bottle of shampoo, only to find it makes no difference. 
Apart from the normal aging process, people can lose their hair because of medical conditions such as diabetes, stress, autoimmune disorders, lack of sleep and vitamin deficiencies. Some people just ‘naturally’ seem to lose their hair. If you fall into any of these categories, then there is hope to avoid losing your hair, by simply making a few changes to your daily diet. Following are a few of the best foods to eat for hair loss prevention may help… 
It is a traditional and modern belief that hair adds beauty to a persons looks. No one ever likes entertaining the thought of losing their hair at an early age or even when old. However, we cannot ignore the fact that some people around the world lose their hair at an early age. The loss of hair at an early age can be quite discouraging and damage a person’s confidence and self-esteem. 
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