Is Hair loss Hereditary

The most common cause of premature hair loss is pattern baldness, a trait frequently seen in men due to the influence of the hormone testosterone. The hair on the back and sides of the head remains, while causing balding on the front and top. This baldness is hereditary, progressive, and permanent. Typically, the earlier baldness…
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Psychological Effects

Perhaps unsurprisingly, hair thinning and baldness causes stress for sufferers, a fact which can be attributed to the psychology of appearance. Although societal interest in appearance has a long history, this particular branch of psychology came into its own during the 1960s and has gained momentum as messages associating physical attractiveness with success and happiness…
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Male Pattern Baldness

Going bald is a fact of life for millions of men. Hair normally lives for around five years. With male pattern baldness these hairs do not always get replaced and gradually bald areas appear. This process can however take a long time and the age at which you start to lose hair does not necessarily…
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