Hair loss is extremely common, affecting about 50 million men and 30 million women in India. About 50% of men will have most of their hair loss by the time they turn 50. Hair loss is not life-threatening, though it can have devastating psychological effects, particularly in women. There are several types of hair loss, often classified by whether the loss is localized, or if it affects large areas, or if the hair loss is patchy or affects the entire scalp.
Hair is one of the first things that people notice about us when we meet them. It conveys aspects about our style and personality. Throughout our lives, particularly as we age, hair care becomes even more important, especially for women. In the beginning of the late 20th century some researchers found that perceptions about old age had begun to shift. It became increasingly important for women, irrespective of the age, to have well groomed and managed hair to avoid negative perceptions related to ageing. With the onset of menopause many women begin to experience hair loss. It can not only be distressing, but negatively affect self-esteem as well. However, we shouldn’t despair as these days numerous strategies and treatments are available to manage hair loss
Some men may start to notice thinning hair as early as their 20s, and by age 50, 50% of men see some hair loss. Hair is usually lost in a pattern, starting at the temples, revealing the classic "M" shaped hairline seen as men age.
HAIR FALL/ HAIR LOSS/BALDNESS
30% Men in Age 25-60 Yrs., FEMALE 40% 28-55 Yrs.
It’s a Serious Psychological/ physiological issue
Stop Hair Loss/ New Roots Regeneration
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