Getting to the Real Root of Hair Loss
There is so much relevance tied to grooming and our appearance. And one of the first things that people notice about you (personally or professionally) is your hair. Many assumptions are made about individuals who experience baldness or noticeably thinning hair, and how we look on a day to day basis is closely connected to our confidence, sense of attractiveness and feelings of self-worth.
It starts happening so gradually, that you might not even notice until someone mentions it to you. The average human being has more than 100,000 hair follicles on their head. But specific health conditions, stress and clinical hair loss can start to be alarming. That’s when most American’s turn to over-the-counter remedies, which frankly do not work (no matter what the infomercial tells you).
The average man takes about seven years before they get serious about taking action on hair loss. Let’s finally get to the real root of thinning hair and identify it as a personal health condition that can be addressed successfully with clinical and pharmaceutical therapies.