Advances in science and medicine have allowed guys to live, on average, well into their 80’s. One consequence is that more and more men are watching their hair go away.

Nobody wants to go bald. Many men will, anyway. With that in mind, here are 5 reasons you should start thinking about how you can combat hair loss.

 1. 50% Of A Man’s Hair Is Gone Before It Becomes Noticeable …

Half of a man’s head of hair will be gone before it becomes visible to the eye. How unfair is that?! The fact that most guys don’t notice their hair until it’s halfway gone should motivate guys out there to get ahead of the problem, assess it, and determine if action is necessary now, while there’s still plenty to work with.

One of the common causes of hair loss is heredity. If a person comes from a family where the majority of the family members lose hair, the chances of that person also losing hair are high. While baldness due to hereditary is more popular in men, it happens to women. Hair loss in men often involves receding hairlines while women often have scanty hair in the middle of their heads.

2. Incidence of Male Baldness Matches the Decade Of Life You’re In …

Hair loss specialists know that we can determine what percentage of men in a certain age group will experience male pattern baldness by their decade in life. For example, men in their 20’s, have approximately 20% occurrence of male pattern baldness, men in their 30’s have a 30% rate of loss and so on. While this is a general statistic, it can be applied to men all the way up to their 90’s. 

3. Over 800,000 People Seek Hair Restoration Each Year …

According to the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, 811,000 men and women sought either surgical or non-surgical help for hair loss in 2008. This includes drugs, as well as transplants. It also includes regions of the body other than the scalp, including procedures focusing on restoring eyelashes, eyebrows, facial hair, chest hair, and pubic hair. And nowhere are there more such patients than in the United States. While we advocate drug-free, non-invasive options, because they have no side effects, pain or down-time, there is a place for all options.

4. 35 Million American Men Have Male Pattern Baldness …

If you’re watching your hairline recede under the direction of Male Pattern Baldness, it may not make you feel a whole lot better to know you’re not alone in your upset over losing your hair, but you may find comfort in knowing just how widespread the condition is among men. In the United States alone, about 35 million other guys are enduring the same thing. It’s not your fault, but there are things you can do to help the situation, which we will cover in another article.

5. One In Seven Men Have Genetic Variants That Raise Their Risk …

According to GlaxoSmithKline, a genome-wide association study of 1,125 white men with male pattern baldness uncovered another, far less visible pattern: a pair of previously unknown genetic variants on one of the chromosomes that cranks up a man’s risk for MPB sevenfold. A subsequent study of another 1,650 white men provided confirmation of the initial finding (researchers noted that they believe they would find the same genetic variations in non-whites, but without evidence we’re unable to say with any certainty). Of course, this discovery is not a cure. At best, it may provide a potential target for future therapies or it could give guys an early warning to take steps toward hair loss prevention.

There are many ways to treat hair loss. If you’re looking for a natural solution that has proven to be the most effective, we recommend Cellustrious® Hair Follicle Rejuvenation Procedure™. This method is 100% natural and utilizes plant-based biosignals, and growth factor cytokines to trigger hair growth.

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