Hair loss is a problem many people struggle with at a certain point in their lives. Especially men. And especially men in their thirties, as it is estimated that roughly 65% of men start losing their hair by the time they hit mid-thirties.
Considering the importance that hair has for our appearance, it is understandable that some people do everything in their power to keep their hair growing healthy for as long as possible.
Although hair loss can appear in different ways and affect any part of the body, we usually use the term to refer to baldness – hair loss from the scalp.
The most common cause of hair loss in men is male pattern baldness (androgenetic alopecia): a heredity condition that manifests itself through a gradual process that occurs with aging and in predictable patterns.
Other causes include hormonal changes, medical conditions, medication, radiotherapy, stress, and the use of certain hair products.
Depending on its cause (and if it is easily treatable or not), you have two options when it comes to dealing with hair loss: you either shave your head completely and embrace the new look, or you try to fight it and keep your hair healthy.
If you opt for this last option, here are a few tips that will certainly help you when it comes to prevent or repair hair loss.