There are several causes of hair loss and the causes may vary from individual to individual. However, the worries and fears that people have when they notice their hair thinning or dropping is usually the same for just about everybody.
There is a certain social stigma that is attached to balding. It is perceived as less attractive than having a full head of hair. Usually, women only suffer from temporary balding due to hormonal issues. Once these imbalances have been corrected, their hair will grow back.
With men however, male pattern balding is extremely difficult to treat and there is still no cure to halt the process completely. However, there are many treatments and techniques that can be employed to delay the balding process or slow it down.
Whatever the case may be, if you are having hair loss issues, do not panic or get stressed out. Being worried or getting splenetic and cursing your fate is not going to help. In fact, stress is actually a cause of hair loss. So, youll just be exacerbating the situation.
Lets stay focused on the remedies.
Insufficient blood circulation in the scalp is one of the causes of hair loss. The head is an extremity just like your hands or the soles of your feet. Your scalp is far off from your heart and generally, does not receive good blood flow.
When there is poor circulation in your scalp, your hair roots will be starved of nutrients that nourish hair growth. Inevitably, this will affect the health of your hair adversely and they may start to fall.
You may have noticed that most men bald at the top but not at the sides. One possible reason could be that the sides of the head get stimulated when you toss and turn during sleep. The top of the scalp however receives very little stimulation or blood flow unless youre a gymnast who does handstands daily.