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Are you worried about your hair? Let’s take a look at the early signs that you’re losing your hair.

Genetics

What do your parents look like? Seriously, is your dad bald? Does your mom have wispy thinning hair? Heredity plays a big role in hair loss, but the exact genetics map is not well understood. There is evidence of several different genes being implicated both on the X and the Y chromosome.

There is a considerable research being done in this area right now, but the definitive answer remains elusive. Some studies suggest up to 80% of your hair loss problem is genetic. Some studies point to genes on the X chromosome (from your mother’s side of the family) as being the main culprit, and other studies point to the Y chromosome from your father.

Fortunately, many mates find baldness attractive or this particular genetic attribute would have been weeded out a long time ago by evolution. You may not be thrilled with thinning hair, but plenty of individuals find it a very sexy thing.

Photos

It’s always hard to judge the changes in something that you see every day like your face in the mirror. So, pull out some old full-face photos and compare them to your face today.  Is your hairline significantly receding? Does your hair look much thinner? That’s a sign that your hair is changing.

Hair Styles

Are you wearing your hair in a different style than you used to because you feel like your old style now shows too much scalp? Are you wearing bangs because you’re trying to hide an ever-enlarging forehead?

These are all signs that your hair and/or hairline is changing. Let us help you before you are complehtely bald. The sooner you start therapy, the better the results.

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