How to Stop Losing Hair or Going Bald for Men

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Hey, are you feeling anxious about losing hair and going bald? Everyday, there’s one question always haunt you: how to stop losing hair or going bald? There are some science-backed ways to try and discourage hair loss and keep your hair where it belongs.

Before talking about the ways to stop losing hair, you should first know the causes and risk factors of your hair loss.

Why you suffer from hair loss?

There are actually many reasons why men lose their hair, and some of them are even preventable. There are 3 common causes lists below.

  1. Genetic causes

The male pattern baldness and growing age are the genetic causes that make your hair losing. It’s in your genes and is not caused by stress. It’s purely genetic and passed on by both sides of the family.

  1. Lifestyle factors

About this cause, it includes 3 tips.

The first one is that you are not eating right. Your hair needs nutrients to grow and stay healthy. Sudden weight loss, low iron levels or a poor diet can all lead to hair shedding.

Also, if you are too stressed, you may suffer from hair losing.

Last but not the least, you hair is too tight. Fashion and healthy hair often sit together about as well as oil and water – tight braids, man buns, cornrows and harsh treatments can all damage your scalp significantly. And if the roots are damaged, that means hair loss.

  1. Skin conditions

If you have psoriasis, you may suffer from hair loss. Psoriasis of the scalp causes an overproduction of skin cells visible as large white flakes which can damage hair follicles and lead to temporary hair loss.

Likewise, if you have seborrheic dermatitis, you may sometimes suffer from hair loss.

After knowing the reason why you are losing hair, then let’s go straight to the point – How to Stop Losing Hair or Going Bald for Men.

Ways to Stop Losing Hair or Going Bald for Men

  1. Prescription Tablets

The most effective treatment for genetic hair loss is a prescription tablet like Finasteride, Minoxidil lotion. This can slow down your hair loss, but it cannot cure your hair loss. If you are so concerned about getting bald, you can try transplant or hair replacement system.

Prescription Tablets

  1. Eat Healthily

Eat a healthy, well- balanced diet with plenty of protein, iron, vitamin A, zinc and biotin.

Some of the best anti-hair loss foods are:

  • Iron-dense proteins, like beef and lamb
  • Lean, anti-inflammatory protein, such as wild salmon
  • Dark leafy greens, such as kale, spinach, and broccoli
  • Mineral-rich foods, like beef liver, nuts, and eggs
  • Zinc-rich foods, like oysters, pumpkin seeds and chickpeas
  • Antioxidant foods, like blueberries, artichokes, and cranberries
  • Selenium-rich foods, like Brazil nuts and yellowfin tuna

healthy food

  1. Reduce Stress

Removing the cause of your stress is the top choice, but when this is impossible, then consider try some other ways to reduce stress. One of the easiest ways to reduce stress is by practicing meditation and mindfulness when you’re feeling exhausted, and melting the tension away before it fucks you up. Another easy way to manage the stress is to take regular exercise.

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  1. Fixing Your Hair

Be sensible, and don’t follow hair damaging trends that pull your hair too tight. Take care of your scalp by using moisturizing shampoos and conditioners, and avoid dying your hair too often without a break.

While there’s no miracle cure for male pattern baldness just yet, trying out these simple suggestions just might make a huge difference. But if not, don’t fret. Everything always works out in the end. Maybe transplant or men’s toupee will just help you.

Originally published August 16th, 2019 04:05:51 PM,updated September 25th, 2019

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19 Comments
  • Linda Beaton
    September 16, 2019

    Eat healthy!

  • trusinak rusinak
    September 16, 2019

    I cry a lot!

  • Theresa A.
    September 17, 2019

    Thanks for the informative article,, lots of great info here. Losing my hair is not something I worry about but it’s nice to know there are some alternatives out there.

  • Vicky Molina
    September 17, 2019

    by not using too many products

  • Priscilla Stubbs
    September 17, 2019

    Some very helpful information here

  • Debbie Yoder
    September 17, 2019

    This is a good article,Thanks!

  • Sally Collingwood
    September 18, 2019

    I am a lady and my hair did go very thin at one time when I was stressed at work. I started using Plantur 39 and it really helped

  • Emma Walton
    September 20, 2019

    I seem to lose a lot of hair – I could never commit a crime because I would be easy to catch with all the dna I would leave behind, lol. I use a shampoo and conditioner for hair loss that I buy from Groupon. It hasn’t cured the problem but I do seem to be losing a lot less hair than before.

  • Lubka
    September 22, 2019

    It seems to me that it is easier to save men hair than women s ones. I have never read such an article about women hair loss… I cant stop my hair loss for years 🙁

  • Davina
    September 24, 2019

    Take vitamins

  • Sarah Roberts
    September 26, 2019

    l condition well and then use a tangle teezer gently combing the conditioner through to lower my chance of hair loss

  • Hazel Rea
    October 2, 2019

    Helpful article for men and some (like eating a healthy diet) applies to women. I try to make sure I eat enough protein and reduce stress when I can as stress really does affect my hair badly.

  • saf khan
    October 6, 2019

    I don’t use a lot of products when washing my hair and I think that helps

  • Melanie Borhi
    October 6, 2019

    Use hair strengthening products

  • Diana McDonald
    October 8, 2019

    I don’t often comb or brush my hair. I keep it in a ponytail.

  • Sandra Fortune
    October 8, 2019

    I eat healthy and take vitamins also use organic hair products

  • Sherry Fowler
    October 8, 2019

    I try to reduce my stress so i can keep my hair!

  • Dd
    October 8, 2019

    Eat healthy ;>

  • SCOTT BRUNSKILL
    October 8, 2019

    Right diet….wear hats less

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