- Either a single stressful event or a build up of chronic stress over time can both have detrimental effects on your hair. Whilst it may not be easy to simply remove all the stresses of modern living this could be the wake up call to make some lifestyle changes. Men’s yoga is becoming quite popular these days.
- Another result of modern living can be too many skipped meals and too much junk food. It goes without saying that this is bad for you general health. Your hair and skin are like a barometer of well being so missing out on essential vitamins and minerals will often result in some hair loss
- Traction alopecia. Less common in men but if you’ve got a longer style and tie it up in a man bun or a pony tail be aware that the stress this puts on the roots can cause permanent damage.
- Androgenic alopecia or male pattern baldness. This really is the most common cause of hair loss and there’s no cure. The good news is you can treat it with a variety of things. Transplants and medications are helpful if you’ve caught it early enough and SMP is a great new treatment that can create the impression of volume or a crew cut on a completely bald head.
It’s quite normal to shed up to 100 hairs a day but what if you’re losing more than that? Well the first thing is DON’T PANIC. By the time they reach 30 up to 80% of all men are showing some signs of hair loss so it is perfectly normal. Also, more often than not it can be treated if you seek out some expert advice. Here we list a few of the reasons you might be losing your hair: