A Man’s Confidence During Hair Loss


Hair loss is a major concern for most men. A study revealed men are more concerned about losing their hair than their minds. Although women are typically unconcerned about male hair loss (only 13 percent would be very upset if their man lost their hair), despite the majority of men assuming it would be a major turn-off.

The Psychology Today study found that men assumed their appearance had a greater impact on women than women acknowledged. In the study, women were asked to rank four personality variables and four physical variables in order of importance when selecting a man for a relationship, and personality won hands down. – See more at: https://www.psychologytoday.com/

Hair loss can be caused by a number of factors so that’s why it’s important to consult a professional. A diagnosis will inform you whether your hair loss is purely hereditary or if it is a sign of a more serious condition. Most male hair loss is due to a hereditary predisposition and is known as male pattern baldness. In fact, up to 80 percent of men over the age of 70 are affected by this type of hair loss, although its onset varies quite a lot. You could start to notice your hairline receding when you’re still in high school or it might not proliferate until you’re in your 40s. Regardless of how old you are when you start to notice your hair thinning, if you think hair loss could eventually start to affect your confidence, its best to seek the assistance of a hair loss professional right at the onset to get the best treatment and advice possible.

The thing about confidence though, is that it’s a matter of being comfortable within our own bodies. Some people are fine without a full head of hair, some are so worried about hair loss that it indefinitely affects their confidence. If your confidence and self-esteem are suffering as a result of hair loss, there is no better way to make you feel better than by dealing with the root of the problem.

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Seasonal Hair Loss- How to Prevent Hair Loss in the Spring

image_thumb[2]Is this you every spring season? Seasonal hair loss can put anyone into a state of anxiety. Although a natural response to season change, it is a more common condition than you might think.

It is normal to lose about 50-100 hair follicles on a regular basis. When adding in the extra exposure to sunlight after a long winter, hair may begin to shed in larger amounts. A typical strand of hair has a life cycle of between 24 and 72 months (2 and 6 years) during which time it will grow normally. However around 10 per cent of a person’s hair may be in a “resting” phase (known as telogen), at which point the hair can fall out.

Treatments for Seasonal Hair Loss:
For most people, seasonal hair loss may be a bit worrying, but it doesn’t really do any harm. If you have another hair loss condition, however, it can make your normally thin hair seem to disappear at times. The good news is that, in many people, this is treatable.

Because a drop in melatonin levels can be triggered by sunlight anywhere on your skin, simply covering your hair won’t help. What has been shown to help is using a melatonin supplement. Melatonin can be taken orally, in pills, or can be injected into the scalp by a doctor. It’s important to talk to your doctor before you take melatonin as it can have unpleasant side effects in some people with other medical conditions.

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Easy Hairstyle Changes That Can Help You Look Younger

Diet, exercise, and beauty products are all great ways to keep your youth alive. What if changing your hair style could top all of these techniques?



Here are a few tips and tricks that instantly take years off:

  • Ladies, cut your bangs! It will add volume and cover any forehead wrinkles.
  • Chop in some layers. One length hair looks dull, longer, and older. Layers will add a more youthful look.
  • Up, up, and away! Wear a ponytail. A loose ponytail is very flattering and sophisticated.
  • Consider going darker. Did you know that hair color the same color as your skin tone can wash you out?
  • Go Light! Dark hair against your light scalp easily shows your thinning hair, making it more visible. Very dark hair also casts a shadow on your skin which makes your wrinkles appear more pronounced. Try going a couple of shades lighter, or adding some highlights around your face.

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Food For Thought…and Hair Loss?

Did you know the food you eat could help with your ongoing hair loss problem? ways-to-eat-healthier

“Your hair changes every seven years,” explains women’s hair restoration expert Lucinda Ellery. “There are 150,000-200,000 hairs on our heads; we actually shed 100 a day, 36,000 in a year on average. It regenerates at approximately the same rate, although a little bit less each trimester.

Add these super foods to your daily routine to ensure a healthy diet and promote natural hair growth:

  1. Walnuts: They have oils which contribute to the elastin in your hair.
  2. Spinach: Pump up your iron! A key reason for hair loss is iron deficiency.
  3.  Carrots:  Rich in beta carotene.
  4. Greek Yogurt: High in vitamin B5 and vitamin D.
  5. Eggs: Great source of more vitamin D.

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Why is My Hair Falling Out?

Hair loss can strike for a variety of reasons. For men, genetics and the male sex hormone, testosterone are often to blame. For women, genetics, pregnancy and cancer may be to blame. Additionally, nutritional deficiencies, medications and mental and physical stress can be the culprit for hair loss, too. Here’s a look into the top reasons for hair loss and what you can do to correct it.

Physical and Mental Stress

Surgery, a car accident, severe illnesses, anything that causes trauma to the body can trigger hair loss. Hair growth happens on a natural cycle. Hair grows to a certain point and then sheds as new hair begins to grow. A physical trauma can accelerate the shedding phase of the hair’s cycle causing noticeable amounts to fall out. This then can be further exacerbated by mental stress associated with hair loss.
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What is Male-Pattern Baldness?

Men of all different ages can experience hair loss, or what is referred to as male-pattern baldness. Typically, hair loss is first noticed by a receding hairline and/or loss of hair at the top or crown of the head. Male pattern-baldness is often a source of frustration and insecurity for those suffering from it. Here’s a look into the causes of male-pattern baldness and what options an individual can explore to correct it.
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