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3 signs of hair loss that shouldn’t be ignored

Falling hair is part of everyday life, it’s normal to lose around 100 hairs a day as part of the usual hair growth and shedding cycle. But when does shedding fall into the category of hair loss?

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At what age can male pattern baldness begin?

How young is too young for male pattern baldness to begin? Male pattern baldness, also referred to as androgenetic alopecia is by far the most common type of hair loss. 95% of all hair loss types are genetically influenced and approximately 40% of women and 70% of men will be affected by hair loss in their lifetime.

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Hair loss: understanding alopecia

Alopecia, the medical term for hair loss, is a common concern that affects the majority of men and up to 50% of women in their lifetime. 55% of men have noticeable hair loss by just 40 years of age.

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How to know when hair loss is causing emotional strain

In today’s high-pressure, fast-paced atmosphere where stimulus-overload is the norm, it can be hard to put a finger on what is causing stress or emotional strain. Hair loss is known to have an emotional impact on the people who suffer from it.

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Top tips for hair loss prevention

Like it or not, at some point in your life you are likely to experience hair loss. It might be that you notice that you’re shedding more than usual, or your hair is thinning, you’ve noticed a bald patch, or perhaps you’ve looked at an old photo and realised that your hairline is not where it used to be.

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Does gel cause hair loss?

Ever since ancient Egypt and fat-based gels, people have been using various products to stylize their hair. Modern gels were invented in the 1960s and became instantly popular. That popularity remained until today, and men are the primary gel users throughout the world.

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Why do you lose your hair?

While you were brushing your hair, you found hairs in the brush. That is perfectly normal because humans shed, too. However, if you checked yourself in the mirror and noticed that your hair is thinner than before, you might be dealing with hair loss.

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