Anyone is prone to losing their hair and nearly a third of males start to lose it in their thirties, some unlucky guys will even see it starting to thin in their twenties, whilst baldness in middle-aged guys can be quite common. Women are prone to thinning locks too and both can develop it from the family gene pool they’ve inherited or for other complex reasons.
The medical professionals call it ‘Male Pattern Alopecia’ and ‘Androgenetic Alopecia’ but whatever name it is given no-one is happy to lose their hair as appearances are important to everyone, and feeling insecure in your looks can lead to a lack of confidence and self esteem.
Baldness can affect anyone whatever the nationality, race, age or sex, and in the USA alone there are millions looking for a treatment that guarantees to give them back a full head of hair. Most people are unhappy about the situation and find it difficult to face, they will go to all kinds of lengths to avoid talking about the subject and hide the fact by wearing hats, adopting a comb over or shaving their head.
The amount of money spent on solutions to hair loss each year is astounding and yet hardly any of them work and all that money gets wasted. Some products are just no good, or the marketing tactics employed can be deceptive, there are ways to help prevent hair loss and one effective method is to take vitamins for healthy growth and to repair any damage that has caused weakness.
There’s lots of information and advice online about why this may be happening to you, and tips on how to improve its health, including a good diet and using products rich in nutrients. Baldness can be temporary caused by illness, medication, hormonal unbalance, stress or a poor diet deficient in minerals or vitamins, or from over use of products that discourage healthy hair growth, or some kind of dermatological affliction. Or if it is genetic it’s more likely to be for the long term, generally if your father has gone bald then the odds are that the boys in the family will too, but nothing is clear-cut.
Although hair loss isn’t a big concern for everyone there are those whose self-confidence suffers and if a miracle cure was to be found it’s guaranteed there would be thousands of people lining up to get the treatment. If a man goes bald then it is more acceptable than a woman simply because it’s much more unusual for females.
Before you try any kind of treatment for hair loss you should visit the doctor first to confirm the reason and seek professional advice. There are now organic hair loss treatment solutions available on the market for both men and women that claim to promote new growth.
Organic ingredients mean there should be no side effects, unlike other harsher products that contain strong chemicals and can cause anything from a rash or severe itching to headaches and nausea, difficulty in breathing, a tightness in the chest and swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue. Any chemical you put on your skin can enter into your body which is often the reason behind many of these reactions.
Getting your hair back can give you more confidence and make you feel good about yourself again. An organic hair loss product is very easy to use, you simply rub it into the area 2 or 3 times a day and wait for it to grow back!