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Millennials seem to be going bald more and more frequently in recent years. Male and female pattern baldness and stress-related hair loss are creating a greater need for hair restoration.
Therefore, more people in their 20s and 30s are looking for these types of solutions. But, is balding as young as 25 normal?New studies report that East Asian men in their 20s are going bald faster than earlier generations.
In addition, 60% of the participants in the study reported receding hairlines and significant hair loss. There has been substantial research in the area of hair loss and how to prevent going bald. To understand hair loss, we need to take a look at the causes first to determine the “why?” behind this growing issue. Then we can look into what we can do about it.
Is it normal to lose hair at the age of 16? No. So why are millennials losing their hair at a younger and younger age? To answer this, we have to look at the causes. Hair loss can come about due to any number of reasons, including:
But more recently, researchers are finding that diet plays a major role in hair loss as well. Millennials can prevent going bald by increasing the consumption of foods that contain the essential nutrients needed for hair growth. Also reducing the foods that are causing hair loss will help substantially.
Certain foods are beneficial to the body. They support internal organs, immunity, digestion, and provide overall health and wellness. But there are also certain foods that aren’t good for the body. You should leave these out of your diet for proper body function, including proper hair growth.
Furthermore, if you are eating these foods, they could be the culprit for why you’re going bald:
There is also evidence that certain diets can lead to nutrient deficiencies, which can also cause hair loss, including veganism.
While hair loss is often linked to stress, your diet can have a major impact on maintaining a healthy head of hair as well. The vegan diet has a number of health benefits, such as:
But “going vegan” may also be directly linked to going bald. Because of the lack of certain readily available essential nutrients in the vegan diet. Therefore, those who are vegan may not be getting all of the nutrients they need for healthy hair growth.
If you eat a vegan diet, you can help stop balding by ensuring that you are consuming the proper amounts of nutrients that promote hair growth. These include:
Eating foods and taking supplements that provide these essential nutrients can help prevent you from going bald. In addition, it can help support a healthy head of hair.
Female and male pattern baldness looks different for everyone. Approximatively 25% of men start to lose their hair by the time they are 30 years old, but it takes around 15-25 years for men to go completely bald. While it does take some time for total baldness, around two-thirds of the population are either bald or have a balding pattern by the time they are at the age of 60.
Going bald does not necessarily mean you’re unhealthy. However, baldness is linked to certain conditions, such as prostate cancer, diabetes, thyroid problems, or immunity issues. It also indicates certain nutrient deficiencies, which over time can lead to additional health concerns.
The best thing to do to maintain overall optimum health is to ensure you are eating a well-balanced, whole foods diet containing ample vitamins and nutrients.
Typically, baldness is passed down on the mother’s side through the X chromosome. However, there are other genes that are scattered throughout your other chromosomes that can cause baldness. Meaning, your dad can pass on some of his baldness genes to you, so there is a chance that you can go bald even if your mother’s side doesn’t have any history of baldness.
There are certain millennial lifestyles where going bald tends to be more prevalent than others. Bodybuilders, for instance, experience balding more frequently than those who participate in other activities and sports. But, why are so many weightlifters bald?
It all has to do with something called DHT. DHT, or dihydrotestosterone, is a byproduct of testosterone. Higher levels of testosterone equal higher levels of DHT. When there is DHT buildup at the follicle level, it can lead to hair thinning, and eventually hair loss.
Some bodybuilders also take steroids, supplements, and even protein shakes that increase their testosterone levels, which can ultimately lead to this DHT buildup and cause hair loss and balding.
Being aware of what you are putting in your body, such as growth injections, or even foods and drinks with growth hormones that can lead to an increase in testosterone and DHT buildup, will help to prevent balding. Eating wholesome, natural foods will help with your overall function, strength, and maintaining your hair. Also, monitoring how often you spend at the gym, and how hard you are pushing yourself is important to prevent the overproduction of DHT as well.
Exercise is healthy and good for you. There are many different types of exercises you can do for longevity, mobility, and strength, such as:
Exercise alone does not cause you to start going bald. However, “overdoing it” at the gym will cause an overproduction of DHT, which can eventually lead to hair loss and balding.
The hair’s ability to grow back after going bald all depends on whether or not the hair follicles have closed, or if they’re still intact. If the hair follicles are intact, can you regrow hair? The answer is, if they’re still active, then yes, your hair may grow back.
Your follicles may simply shrivel up over time with age. But, certain hair products containing high amounts of chemicals, such as hairspray, can damage the follicles and cause hair thinning over time.
There are some myths about certain hair care treatments that kill hair follicles. For instance, the age-old lemon juice hack for naturally bleaching your hair. While lemon juice does work effectively to bleach the hair, does lemon juice kill hair follicles?
The answer is – NO. Because of its bleaching qualities, it may appear that there has been hair removal or hair loss, for example, in unsightly areas like the “happy trail” or “moustache area.” However, lemon juice simply lightens the hair, and does not kill the hair follicle.
The only permanent cure for baldness is a hair transplant whereby hair follicles are implanted into the areas of baldness. These hair follicles produce new hair growth to restore a full head of hair. Therefore, if you are going bald, you can reverse the signs of balding with this one-time surgical solution.
In addition, there are certain hair care solutions that can help to keep your hair follicles intact in order to prevent going bald and help you maintain a healthy head of hair. The serums and shampoo all contain rich, potent, non-toxic ingredients that work to promote hair growth at the source of your hair follicles.
Meanwhile, the biotin and keratin capsules act as powerful supplements that promote hair growth from the inside out. The dermaroller can be used along with the Meso serum for effective microneedling in order to get to the deepest layers of the hair follicles. Together, all of these products promote hair growth, prevent baldness, and give you a healthy head of hair.
There are many different reasons why millenials are experiencing more frequent baldness. From stress, to diet, to going overboard at the gym, understanding the cause for your hair loss is key to finding an effective solution that works for you.
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