Mavericks Barbers reveal reasons for male baldness

first_imgMAVERICKS BARBERS: You catch a glimpse of your reflection in car window as you walk past and you see it. Or worse still one of the Mavericks holds up the mirror to show off how good a job they done at tapering in your hair line at the back of your neck and there it is again, that bald patch! Even bigger than the last bloody time!!!! But what is causing it, is there something I’m doing our does it even matter because I heard that if my mother’s father didn’t go bald then I’d be ok but recently I heard that if my fathers,  mothers, father twice removed that if his mother didn’t go bald then I will go bald, bla bla bla….. Nonsense, Old wives tales and rubbish! Below is listed the 8 proven causes of male baldness…Stress: Stress is part of our everyday life, but with too much stress, it can become a cause of numerous health problems. Hair experts cite stress as a trigger for hair loss problems, which cause balding. The good news is that hair loss caused by stress is temporary and can be improved by practicing stress management.Poor Nutrition:A poor diet may not explain why you are going bald at 20, but if your diet is lacking the essential nutrients that support healthy hair growth, severe hair loss may occur. Eating a balanced diet ensures a proper supply of proteins, vitamins and minerals for your hair follicles. A healthy diet also helps suppress the production of hormones such as dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which plays a major role in male pattern baldness.Genetics: Recent studies have identified a gene that shows men are marginally more at risk for hair loss if their father is bald. But remember you can also inherit this gene from your mother’s side of the family. So basically if you have any bald eagles roosting on your family tree, there’s a chance you’ll go bald, too. This gene causes an increase in DHT.Hormonal Changes:Male-pattern baldness is a hereditary condition that is characterized by a particular pattern of progressive hair loss. Hair thinning may begin in puberty and may be related to hormonal changes.Smoking:Smoking increases your likelihood of going bald. Your hair needs oxygen-rich blood in the scalp. However, smoking reduces the oxygen levels in the blood and increases carbon monoxide levels, which damages your hair follicles. Nicotine from cigarettes also reduces blood flow and negatively affects growth of hair. Cosmetic Procedures:Shampooing too often, having perms, dyeing and bleaching hair may contribute to hair thinning because these can damage the hair, making them brittle and weak. Although these procedures do not necessarily cause baldness, but severe hair damage can cause prolonged bald patches.Certain Illnesses:Medical conditions that are accompanied by hair loss include thyroid gland disorders, fungal infection of the scalp (ringworm). Other Risk Factors:Other factors that can increase your risk of losing hair at an early age include certain drugs (chemotherapy drugs, blood thinners, blood pressure medications), X-rays, burns, and injuries.As you can see, there are factors that we just can’t control, however some lifestyle habits may just be the reason you’re going thin on top, it’s something to think about. If you assess your lifestyle in an honest manner and see that something’s may be effecting hair loss there is no doubt that if you pick the healthier alternative you will feel many benefits from it not just healthier hair.Any questions you have we would only be delighted to help, you can contact Mavericks via Facebook: call into us on Larkin’s Lane, Main Street, Letterkenny and have a chat, we might even treat you to a nice coffee and a great hair cut too!Mavericks Barbers reveal reasons for male baldness was last modified: August 31st, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:BabrersBaldnessMaleMAVERICKSnewsReasonslast_img

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