A full head of hair has been associated with mostly positive traits like strength, virility, youth, and power. Unfortunately, not every man enjoys the perks of a magnificent mane. Approximately 70 percent of all males suffer from male pattern baldness, otherwise known as MPB or androgenic alopecia. “Suffer” is the key word here. With hair loss almost always follows low self-esteem, social withdrawal, depression, and in very rare cases, even suicide. [Read more…]
Since when did hair loss equate to a drop in potential revenue?
While many people might not see the connection between balding and profitability, a web developer for a U.S. contact software company told Main Street’s S.Z. Berg that he lost a fifth of his contacts—mostly from the cosmetics or hair care companies–as soon as he started losing hair. Thankfully, after receiving hair transplants, the ‘curse’ was lifted, and the trend was reversed. [Read more…]
Thinning and balding are the most common hair issues experienced by both men and women. A large percentage of people experiences hair loss around the age 60 and above, but people in their 30s can experience it as well. The good news is that there are hair loss treatments available—and this includes convenient hair transplants in Mexico. [Read more…]
Hair loss may be attributed to a number of causes, including wrong grooming practices and poor diet. However, the most common reason for hair loss, especially among men, is androgenetic alopecia, also known simply as alopecia, or more popularly as male pattern baldness. [Read more…]
There are various causes of hair loss, from natural aging, genetics, to certain illnesses. While treatments like a follicular unit extraction (FUE) at Mexico hair transplant centers, such as the Baja Hair Center, can be effective, a bit of prevention won’t hurt. An article from The Huffington Post reports that hair loss could be prevented by a healthy diet:
Some believe that having a full head of hair plays an integral role in a person’s attractiveness. However, Hugh Jackman is proving these people wrong. The Variety.com staff reported on how the international movie superstar recently shaved his locks and yet still managed to retain his good looks. [Read more…]
A full head of hair allows people to exude an aura of youth. It also provides them with a considerable boost in self-confidence. This is why they usually look for ways to counter hair loss. An April 9, 2014 article published on The Express Tribune suggested one way to do just that: hot oil treatments. [Read more…]
Hair loss leading to baldness is usually a problem associated with men. However, that does not mean that women will never have to undergo the same. Although it may not happen as often in women, there is such a thing as female pattern baldness. [Read more…]
When people talk about hair, many associate it with women. After all, ladies spend a lot of time and money grooming their locks. However, men are also very concerned about their hair—or the lack thereof. As an article from the HuffingtonPost.co.uk reports, research done by the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin revealed that hair loss can have serious psychological effects on people: [Read more…]
A new form of treatment for baldness is being developed, and so far, the results have been promising. The New York Times provides more info on this development:
The words “hair transplant” may not seem or sound appealing at first – that is until one finds out who has had it and how it turned out for that person.
Hair loss, while not life-threatening, can be a major source of embarrassment. The Huffington Post published an article on September 24, 2013 about hair loss among women, and how menopause is played a role in it. The article points out how exactly this happens:
Hair loss is a problem that concerns men and women alike. An article published on FoxNews.com enumerated some of the reasons that cause a receding hairline. Two of the reasons mentioned are things that most of us can relate to: