7 Reasons You’re Going Bald

7 Reasons You’re Going Bald


Hey there, viewers. Have you noticed strands of hair falling out
lately? Perhaps more than the usual amount in your
hair brush? Or maybe you’re waking up to several follicles
on your pillow in the morning… The average human loses 50 to 100 strands
of hair each day? If you’re balding, it could be much more. Let’s discuss 7 reasons why you may be going
bald. From genetics, to radiation, to simple stress. We’re talking all that AND more. Let’s begin… Genetics We’re kicking things off with one of the
more practical reasons you’re losing hair. It’s simply in your family history. This is actually the most common cause of
hair loss. Genetic hair loss comes in the form of male
or female pattern baldness. Because it is more prevalent in men, most
research has focused on male pattern baldness. Through this research, it has been found that
at least 30% of men experience hair loss before the age of 30. Around 80% will have experienced it by 70. Male pattern baldness occurs when hair is
lost in multiple areas of your scalp. It eventually forms into a horseshoe-like
shape. But why do some men experience this, while
others don’t? You have likely heard that male pattern baldness
is inherited from the mother’s side of the family. This is not always the case, but nevertheless
has scientific evidence to support it. The AR gene is associated with hair loss. This gene is found in the X chromosome, which
males inherit from their mother. But while this would have you believe that
baldness is passed down from your mother’s father, further scientific research indicates
that there are other genetic factors at play other than sex chromosomes. This leads us to believe that baldness can
be inherited from either side of the family. Overstyling Admit it, some of you go way too wild with
the styling cream. Some of us even comb our hair a little too
much. Running a brush or comb through your hair
at a frequent rate could put too much stress on your follicles. As a result, your hair may break off from
your scalp easier. There are fewer images more discouraging than
that of large clumps of hair in your brush. Your hair is especially vulnerable when it
is wet. Running a brush along your hair will no doubt
damage the root of your follicles. If you would like to avoid hair loss, one
of the things you can do is not brush or comb so often. Especially if your hair is particularly sensitive. If brushing is a must, try drying your hair
with a towel beforehand. Another efficient method is simply letting
it air-dry. As for gel, studies have suggested that it
does not directly contribute to hair loss. But if you gel your hair frequently, it is
recommended that you rinse it out before going to bed. This is because your scalp may absorb toxic
ingredients from the gel while you sleep. This is likely to cause damage to your hair
in the long run. Medication You’ve definitely read it before… “Side effects may include hair loss”. While the medical treatment you’re undergoing
may be helping your condition, one of the downsides is hair loss. Medications cause hair loss by interfering
with the hair growth cycle. There are two stages to hair growth. The first is the anagen phase, where the hair
grows in. This lasts between 2 to 6 years. The telogen phase is where the hair will rest. This phase lasts as long as three months,
only to fall out and begin the growth cycle all over again. When medication is thrown into the mix, the
cycle is interrupted. This normally leads to a condition known as
telogen effluvium, where the telogen phase sets in too early, causing premature hair
loss. People with this condition will lose up to
70% more hair follicles than the expected daily amount. It is the most common form of drug-related
hair loss. Anagen effluvium will occur during the anagen
phase, while your hair is still growing. It is most common with those who are taking
chemotherapy. This not only results in most of the hair
on your scalp disappearing, but also your eyebrows and body hair. Obviously chemotherapy drugs are among the
most extreme examples. Are there everyday medications that can trigger
hair loss? Well for starters, you should probably look
out for the different antidepressants you are using. Birth control also lists hair loss as a side
effect. Even certain acne medications can cause you
to lose your hair. If you’re suffering from pimples, you samay
just want to apply warm water to your face and clear it naturally. Do you find this list interesting so far? Good. This next one may throw you off a little… But before we continue, are you concerned
about the overall state of your health? Perhaps you’d enjoy our recent video discussing
7 Healthy Benefits of Fish Oil. Trying to lose weight. You can also check out our list of the 7 Best
Lunch Foods To Help You Lose Weight. Now let’s get back to our list of 7 Reasons
You’re Going Bald. Weight Loss & Lack of Nutrition Yes, losing weight can cause your hair to
fall out. But this is normally the unhealthy kind of
weight loss. If you have been skipping out on meals for
various reasons, the rapid weight loss that comes with it will take a significant toll
on your physical and mental health. Certain nutrient deficiencies such as iron
can result in hair loss. Protein is a whole other story. Lack of protein has been directly linked to
loss of hair. This is because hair follicles are mostly
made from protein. When the follicles are not receiving proper
nourishment, they become weak. In order to become healthy again, you need
to make sure you are getting proper nutrition. This means catching up on certain proteins
like red meat and fish. If you are not a meat eater, the protein from
nuts and beans should suffice. Eggs include a vitamin known as biotin, which
carries the hair protein keratin. Catching up on your biotin intake can also
promote proper growth. Alopecia Have you heard of this condition? It’s a rather unsettling one. Alopecia areata is an autoimmune skin disease
that can cause hair loss on your head as well as the rest of your body. Your hair will begin to fall out in small
patches. Soon enough, the patches will become more
noticeable. Eventually, you can become completely bald. Alopecia is prevalent among both males and
females of all ages. The disease is normally caused when the immune
system mistakes healthy cells from foreign substances. It can also happen through genetics. If your family members suffer from autoimmune
diseases such as arthritis and diabetes, you may be susceptible to alopecia. The good news with alopecia is that your hair
can grow back. If you are noticing the symptoms of alopecia
setting in on your scalp, your first course of action should be consulting a doctor. There are useful treatments for this condition. They include injections and laser treatment. Natural treatment is also available such as
foods, vitamins, essential oils and herbal supplements. If alopecia is prevalent throughout your family
history, you’ll want to look out for it. Stress One of the main causes of hair loss among
grown adults is a stressed out mind. If your everyday life is becoming increasingly
more hectic, your scalp will feel the wrath. When feeling high levels of stress, you may
gradually begin to see the effects of telogen effluvium. This means that your hair will begin to fall
out. Alopecia may also rear its ugly head, eventually
giving you an ugly head. Your diet may also be affected by stress,
causing a nutrient deficiency. The more protein you’re missing out on,
the higher chances of your hair falling out. Let’s talk about another condition that
stress also invites. This one is called trichotillomania. When your nerves are going, you may have the
urge to start pulling at your hair. Try your best to resist. Since your hair follicles are in a weakened
state, you will begin to rip your hair out. Simple Aging As I said before, the average person can lose
between 50 to 100 hair follicles a day. As we age, our hair becomes weaker and naturally
falls off our scalp. You will begin noticing your hair thinning
a little. This is simply a sign of getting older. Unless the hair loss is severe, it doesn’t
indicate underlying health issues. There are several factors that go into age-related
hair loss. For females, hormonal shifts within the body
can disrupt hair growth. But regardless of sex, our hair spends more
time in the resting phase as we get older, which causes it to fall out easier. If you are experiencing this type of hair
loss, you may be able to slow the process down with various hair solution products. Have you been losing a little hair? Do any of the reasons on our list apply to
you? Let us know in the comments below. We would love to hear from you!

33 thoughts on “7 Reasons You’re Going Bald

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  2. Have you been losing a little hair? Do any of the reasons on our list apply to you? If you enjoyed this video, please give it a like and share it with your friends! 🙂

  3. When i was about 16 years old i loss more hair more than you can imagine now i turn 22 and my hair looks as bad as a 60 year old man bald hair and can you believe i have you all kind of chemical method used all shampoo , oils and stuff and i haven't seen any change and i continue to use all natural remedy onions, ginger, lime and ever still no change, i can't even approach a lady with this baldness guys please i really need your help to save my hair cause is becoming worse and worse everyday……🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

  4. Oh OK! Now I understand much better what's been happening to my hair. I've lost a lot of it in a short period of time.

  5. Elon musk, Jeff bezos, Warren buffett all have something in common, haha so it may also mean you are getting wealthy. Onion juice,bestie you gave me this solution as revised edition!

  6. “Another Significant Reason u forgot to mention here. Seriously Foreigners(& even Majority Indians except a few) have no idea about Brahmacharya or The No fap. Semen loss can result in Back pain, Damaging the Happy chemical receptors of the brain thus resulting ultimately in depression, increase in cardiological age, loss of eyesight, Loss of memory & IQ, decrease in physical strength & stamina, weakening of immune system, baldness etc. in the long run. Yes in short it brings devastation to one’s life be it a man or woman or any other gender. As per modern Medical Science it takes 40 drops of blood collected from the finest tissues of the body to create one drop of Blood. But as per Ayurveda it takes 80 drops of blood for the same purpose. Now these were all regarding the health. Brahmacharya is not an optional discipline but a mandatory discipline at least till the age of 25 as prescribed in Ancient Vedic Texts!!”

    “Now coming to Spirituality & Supernatural Powers. 12 Years(1 Solar Year Approx) of Akhanda(Unbroken) Brahmacharya gives u Complete Enlightenment(Activates 7 Chakras That helps u see God bestows with the ability to see past present & future & gives u unlimited Supernatural Powers like for e.g. to have complete Control over The PanchaMahaBhutas)!!”

    That’s Y there’s an Ancient Saying in Sanskrit:-

    Maranam Bindu Patanat
    Jivanam Bindu Rakshanat

    “Wastage of Semen is Equivalent to Death & Conservation of Semen is Equivalent to Life.”

    “Sanatan(Eternal) Dharm(Order) which is the Actual Name of Hinduism is not a Religion but the way of life. It is not religious rather spiritual in nature.”

  7. I have been slowly losing hair, and as an older guy it's coming back but not where I want it to come back, it seems to be coming back in all the wrong places, what sort of evil magic trick is this.

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