Losing your hair, the reasons
Stress, seasonality, fatigue and genetics are the main factors in hair loss in men. Almost one in two men suffer from hair loss and it is difficult to find the solution if not through surgical means such as transplantation. Thinning often starts at a young age from the age of 25 in 40% of the cases and in 60% from the age of 60. According to science, this loss is due to the enzyme (5alpha reductase) that converts testosterone into dihydrotestosterone (DHT), an androgen that damages hair follicles. It is better to avoid this if you notice that you have severe hair loss before it is too late. Here are a series of practical tips to help the orb survive. The most important of these is to get more vitamin D, also known as the sunshine vitamin. Having an anti-inflammatory effect ensures the normal functioning of the immune system. According to a study published in the British Journal of Dermatology, the daily dose is 0.5/0.8 grams per day. (Instagram @lorealparis)
I am Ruby Schultz, a journalist and author with experience in the news industry. I have worked at several top-tier publications, such as The News Dept., where I primarily cover technology news. My work has been featured in prominent outlets like The New York Times and Wired Magazine. I am passionate about exploring new technologies and implementing them into my stories to ensure an engaging narrative that captures readers’ attention.
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