Four Warning Signs You’re Going Bald

The truth is, most people will experience some form of balding or thinning hair through their lifetimes. For most men, confidence is their best asset, and balding can significantly affect that.

Almost all medical professionals will agree that if your dad and uncle are bald, the possibility is high that you’ve inherited those genes, too. If you’re starting to notice early signs of hair loss, it’s time to start taking good care of your hair now.

Early Signs of Balding

Here are the early signs of balding that you need to watch out for.

1.       Your hair is falling out.

While this may sound self-explanatory, a lot of people overlook excessive shedding. This is because humans tend to lose around 100 strands of hair on any given day due to normal shedding.

Just because you find some strands of hair lying on the floor doesn’t necessarily mean that you are going bald. However, when you start to notice a lot of hair on your pillowcases, stuck in your combs and brushes, or sitting at the bottom of your shower, it may be time to consider hair loss treatment programs. 

2.       Your hairline is receding.

The recession of the hairline is a visible sign of potential balding. Unfortunately, it’s also one of those things that some guys simply ignore.

You may start to notice that your hairline is receding when you brush your hair, and it isn’t styling the way in the direction that you want it.

One of the most common signs of hairline recession is the thinning of your hair around your temples. For most people, this pattern continues to spread as time passes by until it leaves you with the M-shaped hairline. 

3.       Your scalp is noticeably visible.

A couple of years back, you used to have a full set of hair that covered your scalp. However, you start to notice that your scalp is becoming visible. The reason is the lack of a significant amount of hair on the top of your head.

Another factor that affects your scalp is getting sunburned. When your hair thins, you lose more and more of that protection against the sun’s harmful UV rays. Back in the days, you might have been able to spend an entire day at the beach without worrying about burning the top of your head. However, now you have to wear hats or put on sunscreen. 

4.       You start to notice random bald spots.

One type of baldness is called “telogen effluvium.” This hair loss usually occurs on the scalp and can affect different areas of the head. Generally, it occurs after a traumatic event.

So, if you start noticing increased shedding or noticeably thinned out patches of hair and you’ve experienced something stressful, this can be the reason.

Two of the most popular treatments for balding are minoxidil and finasteride. You can also ask the experts at Nuhair Medical Locations in Vancouver, Toronto, Winnipeg, Edmonton, for an expert opinion.

Hair balding can make you lose confidence. That’s why you need to be aware of the signs to know how to address them.

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Lanna World is a travel blog mixed with a lifestyle blog. Sadly I can't be traveling all the time, so while I'm at home - saving for travel - I'll write lifestyle posts. Right now, I'm living in New Zealand, planning to travel to Europe at the end of 2015. I can't wait.

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