For many people, coping with hair loss starts at an early age. Teenagers who begin to experience hair loss manage the emotional pangs of feeling even more self-conscious than they already do. Trying different hairstyles and attempting to ‘hide’ the problem only makes it more noticeable.
It’s not uncommon in families where male pattern baldness is a genetic given for young men to start noticing hair loss in their early teens and twenties. Because dad and grandpa were almost totally bald by the time they reached 45 can be an indication of what’s ahead, but it doesn’t make the idea any more palatable.
Certainly there are over the counter treatments that have some proven short term effects, but only if you continue to use them; once you stop, hair loss returns. Some people simply decide not to let hair loss be an issue and go for the bald look that’s still popular. Of course it helps if you have the facial features and head shape to carry it off. That isn’t always the case for many people.
If you make the choice to do something about your hair loss that is permanent, not temporary, there is a solution. Hair transplant is a procedure that uses your own hair and it is performed by experts in hair restoration. It’s a proven process and your new hair growth is natural because it’s your own hair.
Maybe going through life worrying about your hair and how you look is really getting tiresome and simply not worth the energy. While other people are having a good time socializing and traveling, you stay at home fretting about your lack of hair.
Maybe it’s time for a change.
Feeling better about yourself and how you’re perceived by others is important. Considering all of your options, a hair transplant procedure can be an enormous life-changing, confidence builder.