Wednesday, August 11, 2010

How do you guys deal with it when you start to lose your hair?

Keep it short. Yes, you may not want to shave it all off - but short, neat - no loose hair (trying to cover up a bald patch - sheesh that's really the pits!) - and it looks good.

50% of guys are bald by 35 anyways. So don't let it bother you. I used to have a huge afro when I was in my 20s and now I'm well... almost there - balds-ville... Keep it short, neat and clean and ensure the rest of your personality and attitude is good.

Hair today - gone tomorrow... See. Don't let it bother you. Any lady will go for a nice polite and well mannered guy. Hair or not. So ensure you work on that aspect of your personality and don't get too stressed by the hair falling.... Remember that.How do you guys deal with it when you start to lose your hair?
find a haircut that suits you.....all you need is a good sheerHow do you guys deal with it when you start to lose your hair?
Hm just be happy
They think about the whole scheme of things and most can realize that there are bigger problems that will come up, and it's just a part of life. Other's buy rogane.
Shave your head bald and grow a goaty ,very sexy :)
My husband started loosing his in his early 20's. He just keeps his hair cut short. Same as a friend of mine. Most women don't really care if their guy starts loosing it.
It's just a time that we have to accept as we continue to grow. We're actually lucky to be coming into an era where regrowing hair is easy. Transplanting the back of the head (of hair) to the front. I think in about 5 yrs, regrowing natural hair will be BOOMING because everyone loves a super great appearance.
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Use a natural shampoo from a healthfood store that doesn't lather -- (Something that doesn't contain the sodium laurel/laureth sulfate stuff.) The soap in the shampoo can make hair fall out faster.

Also, there are lots of guys with receeding hairlines and even bald guys who are really cute :)

Also, I do NOT recommend shaving the whole thing off. Just be natural.
I imagine guys don't deal with it very well, but from a woman's pov; keep it styled neatly, and remember, it just doesn't matter how much hair you have to women.

There are several treatment options that may help to stimulate and encourage hair growth. If hair loss occurs as a result of an underlying condition or disease, then the condition needs to be treated first. The various types of hair loss are treated with specific medication which includes antibiotics, corticosteroids, or steroid injections. For more serious episodes of hair loss, surgical procedures such as hair transplants, scalp reduction or skin grafts may be performed to replace hair loss.

Natural and holistic therapy offers a gentler alternative for people experiencing hair loss than the harsh effects of conventional medication. Treatments such as herbal and homeopathic remedies stimulate and encourage hair growth as well as support blood circulation, hormonal balance and thyroid functioning.

Herbal remedies along with good nutritional diet (supplements in case of severe deficiency or if directed by your doctor) help hair grow stronger and more plentifully by nourishing it at the roots. They achieve this by stimulating blood flow and supplying nutrients to the hair follicles and hence promoting healthy hair growth and slowing down excessive hair loss. Although the process begins within a few days, as the hair grow slowly, the results are visible only after a few months.

Herbs commonly used include Ginkgo biloba, Rosmarinus officinale and Xanthoxylum clavaherculis help to promote strong, abundant hair. Other powerful herbs such as Equisetum arvense, Avena sativa and Echinacea are effective combating hair loss and nourishing hair follicles.

See if all this makes sense.

Hope this helped

Good Luck!

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