A head full of hair is a blessing that people take for granted until it is gone. Hair loss is a common situation for people of all ages. The age at which you may start losing your hair depends upon sex, age, genetics, eating habits, working environment and cosmetics used for hair. Hair loss is more common in men than in women.
In bygone times, people with severe hair loss had to live with baldness for life .However, now one hardly sees people worrying about hair loss. Even women do not look engaged in daily hair care routines. Because it’s commonly known that hair loss can be cured. Cosmetic surgery has put forward marvels that luckily includes Female Hair Transplant in Dubai.
If you are a father you may fear the time when your kids would say “my dad gets his brain washed whenever he washes his head”. Still wondering what a mother may experience! Definitely “my mama has got so less hair that we can see what’s in her mind”.
Baldness or thinning of hair occurs when the rate of growth of new hair becomes slower than the rate of hair loss. Although baldness can be seen in both sexes, it is more common in men. Men face male pattern baldness in which hairline moves backward and a general thinning of hair on the crown occurs. Females face female pattern baldness that is characterized by a general thinning of hair but the hairline does not disappear. They may face a general thinning of hair on the crown but rarely have full baldness like men.
A hair transplant was first discovered in 1950 by a Japanese Cosmetic Surgeon when he experimented with taking a strip of hair from the donor region of the head and implanting it into the balding regions.
This experiment proved that implanting hair follicles in balding areas would naturally reap hair and fill up those areas with density and volume.
The hair on your head plays a significant role in your beauty and appeal. Imagine yourself bald for a second and notice how it changes your entire look.
An ample set of hair indicates youth, vitality, good health, virility and beauty. Women with long and lustrous locks are seen as feminine and men with ample hair are seen as considerably masculine than their bald counterparts.
Unfortunately, many people suffer from a balding or hair loss condition. A study showed that 85% of the men suffering from hair loss suffered emotionally with feelings of preoccupation. They felt self-conscious, had a poor self-image and felt envious of other men.
It is a human tendency to view balding men or women as older, weaker, less desirable and more likely to not be favored at the work place.