Recession is causing more men to go bald Tips For Healthy Hair

Recession is causing more men to go bald  Tips For Healthy Hair

« Who had yellow curly hair in the peanuts cartoon

I wonder which hair wax or hair gel Cristiano Ronaldo uses I have heard that he uses L’Oreal Indestructible gel but I do not believe that he uses such »

Recession is causing more men to go bald

"Millions of men are still suffering the after effects of the recession – in the form of hair loss, it has been revealed.

The turmoil and anxiety of the biggest economic slowdown in modern history has left a large percentage of the male population with less hair than they had three years ago.

The phenomenon emerged in the wake of pictures showing premier David Cameron with a newly-developed barren patch on his crown less than three months after he secured power.

And now it’s claimed there’s been an 89 percent jump in the number of men seeking treatment for hair loss in the UK since the start of the recession.

"Stress is a common cause of men losing their hair. A combination of the stressful recession and professionals fiercely fighting for their careers has most definitely contributed to the sudden boom in premature balding."

Full Article: http://newslite.tv/2010/08/09/recession … e-men.html

And now it’s claimed there’s been an 89 percent jump in the number of men seeking treatment for hair loss in the UK since the start of the recession.

More people seeking treatment does not mean more people are going bald if that’s what the article is implying.

Actually I entered the work force a few months before the global recession started. Haven’t hit me a little bit. Have gotten consistent raises, and even with the fact that I work as a freelancer the only free time I have got has been national holidays.

Coincidentally my hair loss started around that time. Yes, I’m more stressed than ever, working life is not as easy as a student life, but I don’t think it has been that stressful, besides, I don’t believe there is a real connection between stress and MPB.

My guess is that the media reporting hair loss treatments has had an impact on the increase. And maybe that the newer, skilled in computers generations are starting to go bald, and they are more prone to find treatments than previous generations.

Hair loss is caused by stress which can cause strands to fall out three times more quickly than usual, causing pigment cells to wear out more rapidly.

HA HA HA HA who the **** wrote this horse****?

Oh wait, look a LINK AT THE BOTTOM! I don’t suppose it’s trying to peddle some quack cure?

LA Science has developed Follicle Stimulating Shampoo and Anti Hair Loss Serum – two exceptionally effective, clinically proven anti hair loss treatments specifically designed to stimulate and promote optimal hair growth.

Containing… Copper Peptides. Which, AFAIK, have not been clinically proven.

on Monday, March 25th, 2013 at 8:41 am and is filed under hair discussions.

You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.

Both comments and pings are currently closed.

How long does wash in wash out hair dye last

The Ultimate Vote! Bald or not?!

Can you use shea butter in your hair

Does steaming pores speed up facial hair growth

I have a cold wave in my hair. How do I care for my hair

What is disinfecting used for in a hairdressing salon