Hair Loss is Caused by Many Factors
Hello there, and welcome to the very first Hairskeen blog post! As a company that has dedicated itself to helping men find hair replacement solutions that are not only stylish but are also durable, we have quite a bit of experience with the factors that lead to hair loss in men. Globally, hair loss affects millions of men and, in our opinion, there is no reason that these men shouldn’t have a solution to their hair loss issues that looks and feels like the real thing. In today’s post, to make sure that everyone has the level of base knowledge on hair loss, we are going to go over some of the most common factors that lead to hair loss. We hope that by the end of this post you have gained a little more knowledge on this subject that you may not have had before. Continue reading below to learn more.
Why is My Hair Falling Out?
If you look at the statistics, men are far more likely to experience hair loss than women. While there is no known medical cure to hair loss, there is quite a bit of research surrounding the causal factors of this common affliction. Below, we have listed out a few of these causes.
- Stress: It seems that no matter what affliction people are suffering from, stress is always a factor. Stress, unfortunately, is a part of life. Between stress caused by work, finances, and issues in a person’s personal life, people tend to carry around a lot of stress that they might not even realize they are carrying. While this type of stress has been linked to hair loss, sudden physical stress—a car accident, surgery, or a severe illness—can cause temporary hair loss in a much shorter time period. These stressful events can temporarily shock your body and cause a disruption in the natural life cycle of your hair. Typically, this type of hair loss is first noticed three to six months after the traumatic event. Luckily, most people’s hair will begin to grow back as the body recovers.
- Lack of Protein: As the saying goes, “you are what you eat” and, in relation to the health of your hair, this saying couldn’t be more true. If you don’t get enough protein in your diet, your body may decide that the protein can be put to better use than making sure that you have a full head of hair. Typically, this will happen about two to three months after a drop in protein intake. If you have noticed that your hair has started to thin out and you are not exactly sure why make sure that you are taking in the daily recommended levels of protein to see if that may be affecting your bodies ability to maintain its natural cycle of hair growth.
- Genetics: It is an unfortunate fact that for some people, hair loss is simply in their genes. If you come from a long line of men, especially on your mother’s side, that have experienced baldness, chances are good that you are going to experience hair loss as you age. As we mentioned earlier, there is no absolute cure for hair loss that is caused by genetics, however, there are certain products that can help spur hair growth and temporarily help your hair grow. If you are looking for a more permanent solution to hair replacement, we suggest that you visit our website to learn more about our Hairskeen products.
Join us again next time as we continue to cover more of that causes that have been linked to hair loss and be sure to visit our website to learn more about our hair replacement solutions.