This is not to be offensive, I just want to know... Have you noticed that
February 5, 2007 9:02am CST
Have you noticed that younger guys are loosing their hair sooner? I noticed that guys in their 20 are loosing their hair now. My husband wears a "baldy" and I love it, so trust me I am not trying to be funny! I have just noticed that it seems to be happening alot. What do you think? Have you noticed that too?
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5 Feb 07
Yup..I have noticed that too. I think it has to do with the fast changing lifestyles of people. Loosing hair has a lot to do with hereditary also.. Most people loose hair early because someone in their family would have lost it at a young age...
5 Apr 07
here at philippines, i did noticed that too... im 17 years of age and i've been noticing that too teens like me because of maybe too much usage of hair wax or other chemicals that harm our scalp... im using aloe vera for me to rejuvenate my scalp and to maintain its smoothness... Ü
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28 Feb 07
I have noticed a lot of younger guys gong bald, but since I haven't been around long enough to compare to other generations, I don't know if it's happening sooner or not. My hair got thinner when I was 19 or 20, but never progressed to the point where it was very noticable. I'm 26 now, who knows? Maybe I'll still go bald in my twenties. But yeah, I think it's usually genetics.
27 Feb 07
Stress and Trauma - this can cause constriction of blood supply and poor nutrition to the hair and scalp.. Diet and Nutrition - a poor diet, which can include diets high in animal fat, too much protein, too much fast food, or quick weight loss diets.
21 Feb 07
Yes, I did notice some younger men loosing hair at their late teens or early twenties, and my boyfriend is one of them. I guess in his case it's more on hereditary since his dad is almost completely bald at the age of 48, so that must have something to do with it. But I also learned other causes of hair loss from our classes way back in college like hormonal imbalance due to under active or overactive thyroid gland, or some undiagnosed medical conditions such as diabetes or lupus. But male hair loss cases due to these causes are pretty rare. Mostly hair loss in men are often caused by genetics if not aging. Well, it's just my two cents though. :)