What Baldness Says About Your Health
The majority of men will go bald by the time they reach 35—with some men claiming they experienced their first significant hair loss when they got married! While you can’t blame marriage on your hair loss problems, going bald can be difficult.
Male pattern baldness, also known as androgenetic alopecia, is the reason for about 95% of hair loss in men. It’s estimated that the majority of American men—two-thirds—will experience a significant amount of hair loss by age 35, and that 85% of men will lose a substantial amount of hair and have very thin hair (or none at all) by age 50.
While male pattern baldness occurs mostly in older men, balding can start even from as young an age as 21! Coping with hair loss is not easy. Men who have suffered hair loss, especially rapid hair loss, say they would do anything to get their hair back.
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