Hair loss: why is this happening to me?

hair lossEveryone loses hair from time to time, with an average of 50-100 hairs lost per day, but if your hair is starting to disappear at a faster rate than normal it can often be cause for alarm. But hair loss is not a modern phenomenon, mankind has been losing hair for hundreds of years, even Julius Caesar’s famed laurel wreath is rumoured to have been a disguise for his thinning hair.

Although hair loss largely affects men, it is estimated that around 8 million women in the UK are affected by hair loss too. Hair loss isn’t gender specific and it’s not age specific either. By the age of 40 around 50% of men will have experienced significant hair loss, but it frequently affects males in their 20s and can even begin in your teens.

But whether you choose to embrace your new style, or are eager for treatments, it’s important to understand the reason for your hair loss. Read in full