A full and healthy head of hair is something we take for granted in our youth. A healthy head of hair is a strong biological sign of our health and well-being to potential partners. So, it is understandable the considerable stress and loss of self-esteem we feel when we start to experience hair loss. It can affect our ability to attract and keep desirable partners, and may even affect our professional prospects
Hair loss or baldness (Androgenetic Alopecia) is a genetically inherited trait, and is more common than we perceive, affecting 4 in 7 persons. The baldness gene can result in the onset of hair loss beginning as early as the end of puberty.
Here is a startling fact, genetically predisposed hair loss will affect up to 70% of men and 50% of women during their lifetime. Frustratingly, the baldness gene inheritance and effects seems utterly random, skipping generations and affect siblings with very different outcomes.
If you have started to notice the initial signs of hair loss or baldness, you should take action immediately. There are things you can do to manage the effect of hair loss on your personal and professional life. We encourage you to prepare yourself by getting to know the facts prior to taking the appropriate and informed decision on the right course of action for you. Make a start with hair loss and hair restoration information here on our website.