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HAIR LOSS IN MEN

 HAIR LOSS IN MEN

Appearance is no longer only an important issue for women, also men care about their appearance as much as women do. Therefore, hair loss in men becomes a problem for them. On the average, 12% of men at their late twenties and 50% of men in their fifties, face genetic hair loss and baldness at different levels. Seeing yourself charming and pretty in the mirror, helps to increase your self-confidence and communicate with people earlier.

 Hair loss in men, makes the career and social life difficult and could make life unbearable. According to a research, 85-90 percent of the first impression on people consists of the person’s appearance. In the first 30 seconds, we have prejudices about someone we meet for the first time. Your eyes, glances, hairstyle and way of dressing affect these. Someone who’s content with himself, could be at the same time comfortable in his skin, more successful in his career and social relations, and easier happy in his married life and love life. Seeing yourself charming and pretty in the mirror, helps to increase your self-confidence and communicate with people earlier.

There are 3 types of hair loss in men:

HAIR LOSS IN MEN–GENERAL REASONS: Normally, adults lose between 50 and 100 hairs a day on an average, due to hair brushing, washing and hair pulling. It’s quite normal that these losses last for 2 months and repeat 3 times a year. Among the most important and common reasons, iron deficiency, B12 deficiency, folic acid deficiency, thyroid diseases, psychological stress, testicular cyst and hormonal changes could be listed.

HAIR LOSS IN MEN–HAIR LOSS ON TOP OF HEAD: Hair loss on the top of the head generally begins in the mid-twenties/thirties. It’s typical of male hair loss that the hairline on the forehead moves back, and that the hair on the top of the head gets thinner while the hair at the nape area stays in good condition. Here, genetic susceptibility is at stake.


HAIR LOSS IN MEN–COIN-SHAPED HAIR LOSS:  Local coin-shaped hair loss on the scalp, beard, mustache, eyelashes and sometimes on the chest and back, is a distinctive disease. The cause is not exactly known.