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Why are we so bothered about hair loss?

Regardless of gender. If hair loss is an issue. You will remember the day you noticed the first signs of thinning hair. A distinguishing facial feature becomes visible. Normally hidden by your hairline, or parting maybe. Increase of hair in the sink. Also, on the pillow or when brushing your hair.   Why are we so bothered about hair loss?

The effects of hair loss in today’s society

Although hair loss affects the majority of men. Also, more increasingly now women. It is seen by many who suffer as a flaw to be cured. Socially it is considered to be an unwelcome sign of ageing. As a result, points towards poor health and wellbeing. If hair loss bothers you. It does not have to be accepted. As there are medically proven options available.

Generally, we all try to look our best. Feel good about ourselves. As a result, we like to convey a youthful appearance to others. Life today has its own demands. More and more people look to cosmetic surgery for answers. Especially, to the aging process.

Hair loss can have deep psychological effects. For both men and woman. Such as, consciously or subconsciously this can affect confidence. As well as the ability to interact with others easily. Often can lead to low self-esteem. The constant reminder of age as you look in the mirror. This is not helped by the competitive and ever more image conscious world we live in. As, the outside influences go a long way telling us how we should look. As well as behave. 

Social Pressures

In the scheme of life. A good head of hair may seem to some as relatively unimportant. But surveys have shown the impact can have. For instance, people with a good head of hair are more likely to find employment when compared with their equally qualified, balding counterparts. Of course, this is totally irrational. Also, very unfair. But still a reality of the world we live in today. In research behavioural studies. Scientists have indicated that having a good head of hair is linked to self-expression. Also, that society plays a part in how we conduct and express ourselves. It is commonly heralded that hair is synonymous with riches. As well as, beauty, youthfulness and vitality, also, strength.

Being appreciative as to why we feel the way we do. Can aid us in our life, personal and business. This can bring an understanding to social influences. As we are surrounded by every day of our lives. We are bombarded with images of perceived perfection. Also, ideals of success. As a result, we are perpetually fed how we should look. 

The science of Evolutionary Psychology explains well. As a result, can help us understand our behaviour and lust for a good head of hair. The approach of explaining human behaviour. Based on the combination of evolutionary biology, and anthropology. Including, intellectual science, and the neurosciences.

Are Others Really That Superficial?

From these reconstructed problem-solving adaptations, it is possible to establish the common roots of our behaviour, and how those roots are manifested today in the many cultures around the world. The key is to understand human behaviour that is universally aimed at the passing of one’s genes into the next generation, much like the hair loss gene, but one difference is there is a possibility to make a constructive decision how we deal with this aspect.

Same follows as to why it is perceived a woman prefers a man with a head of hair, the stereotype of preconditioned beliefs we have adopted from our forbearers. The hunter-gatherer syndrome, the woman attracted to a man that looks healthy and strong to protect and provide for her. It is obviously natural for a woman to look for a partner who appears strong and healthy, someone who will be around a long time and pass on good genes to their kin.

The woman is not focussed on a man with hair as such, not literally on such a superficial level but subconsciously the feelings are there. Be it poor hair, skin, nails, weight, these can show an inflated sign of our age and wellbeing and although hair loss is not actually related to age or health in cases of MPB it can be seen as part of the aging process and in turn long-term health.

Finding The Remedy To Hair Loss

If hair loss still has a large social stigma attached to it. Why, ironically, so has dealing with hair loss? With a similar stigma of shame attached to it. Purchasing hair loss medications can be as embarrassing. More so for men. Similar to buying a pack of condoms in a crowded chemist. For instance, admitting to having surgical hair restoration is very rarely. Whereas other forms of cosmetic surgery are becoming more socially acceptable. But, hair restoration is still considered taboo by many.

So, if hair loss is seen as a flaw by society. Why are we not more open to hair restoration? Possibly because of the social stigma. For instance, how we think others will react. Maybe, becaue we are worried of being seen as superficial. Rather ironic. As the initial feeling and that of society are superficial. Another reason can be the fear that the restoration procedure doesn’t work out. As a result of telling people. It could lead to ridicule later if it failed.

Many of these issues. We often do not consciously recognise. Not unless we become particulary self-aware. As a result, knowingly dissect our behaviour. What can sometimes be hard to understand. Is why the perception of others can change when hair loss enters the picture. For instance, being seen in a hat. Assuming, subconciously there is a good head of hair. Under the hat. To feeling surprised when the hat is removed. To expose hair loss. Of course, hair as such, is immaterial to our life today. Simply dried strands of elements. With no real correlation between health and success. But, our Evolutionary Psychology has developed over time. As a result, making it a necessity to have. For, many men and women.

Restoring your hair can be a good thing?

There is a bright star at the end of the rainbow. Having the ability to restore something genetics has deprived us of. In fact, can also restore our own feel-good factor. As well as a more youthful appearance. Also, self- confidence and self-esteem. All of which can then reach out into all aspects of our lives. Business and personal.

Advances in hair loss prevention and transplantation surgery. Such as FUT – Follicular Unit Transplant and FUE- Follicular Unit Extraction. Have developed with medical improvements, knowledge and skills. As a result, improved the results available for the right candidates. Of course, after a comprehensive consultation assessment process. Developments in medical research and surgical techniques have given the patient restored faith in the field of hair restoration. Patient results show that improving Hair Transplant techniques in the field of hair restoration can give a viable option to those looking for a permanent solution to areas of hair loss.

About hair restoration europe

Hair Restoration Europe has years of experience in hair restoration. From many angles of the field. Not influencers. Offering unbias help to hair loss sufferers, men and women. The directory is listed to allow impartial research to European hair restoration clinics. Offering many hair loss solutions, from hair transplant techniques. Such as FUE, FUT and Body Hair. To non-surgical treatments. Such as scalp micro pigmentation and hair loss therapies.
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