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Why young guys are losing hair?

Posted by
 Dr Batra’s™  July 7, 2020

Hair loss in young men: it is your father’s male baldness pattern. This is what we generally assume and blame our forefathers on getting the bald-head! But, this is not the ‘one and only’ reason for male baldness.

Unfortunately for some young men or teens, their father’s male baldness pattern is the culprit. For others, it can be your own vices – may be you smoke or drink a lot or eat a lot of unhealthy food that is causing you hair loss.

These lifestyle factors induce male baldness pattern at a very young age, causing some brief panic that spurs to make rash or hasty decisions.

The levels of stress or anxiety in your daily life are another lifestyle factors that contributes to hair loss causes in male. Telogen effluvium is a hair loss condition caused by intense physical or emotional stress. While male baldness pattern causes a slowly receding hairline, telogen effluvium causes sudden, widespread thinning. If you’re experiencing stress-induced hair loss, removing the source of stress from your life is the most efficient way to recover.

Getting a good night’s sleep is also very important and is a sure-fire way to keep your health at an optimum level. Bad sleeping habits negatively affect the body and this could manifest in the condition of your hair and scalp. How so? Lack of sleep weakens the body’s ability to absorb nutrients, which are very essential for hair health. A weak body results in weak and damaged hair. Ensuring you get the recommended amount of sleep will enable you to avoid losing more hair in future.

The good news, however, is that male baldness pattern is not always inevitable or irreversible. If the male hair loss causes are identified, it can, in most cases, be treated with homeopathy. For example, addressing your diet if there’s an iron-deficiency, receiving the right medication for a thyroid condition or avoiding exposure to particular chemicals, should help to reduce hair loss and normal hair growth should resume.

You should always consult a trichologist to identify the problem and get the right advice and treatment, because if normal hair growth does not resume within a few months, or if shedding continues, you may need specific treatment for hair loss. And while there are a host of hair loss treatments, there is homeopathy hair loss treatment that have been clinically proven to work, without any side-effects.