A bald patch resting on a man’s head is considered unflattering. Balding can be a tormenting concern, leaving many men miserable and unhappy, and can make for quite an embarrassing situation. Various different reasons can contribute to balding in men. Ranging from genetics, to styling to breakage of hair. While there isn’t much that can be done about the genetic factors contributing to balding in men, there are ways that can generally help stop balding and hair loss in men. Providing your hair and the scalp with adequate nourishment is the golden rule to hair care. Here are some ways you can treat your crown of glory the way it should be cared for!
Stimulating the scalp is necessary for preventing hair loss as it prompts and stimulates hair growth. Whether you use your bare finger tips to massage your scalp or be more efficient and use oil to do so is up to you. For best results though use a hair pack or an invigorating, deeply rejuvenating hair conditioner with menthol, rosemary, peppermint or essential extracts.
The hair is made of proteins, however, dead proteins. Exposing these dead proteins to heat can make the hair highly susceptible to damage. Most men love styling their hair with gels, and a lot of these gel bottles come with instructions to blow-dry the gel after applying it to the hair. While this may provide you with the hairdo you want to sport, it can also be one of the death traps to balding!
Too much of exposure to the sun can be as damaging and destructive for the hair as it can be for the skin. Excessive sun exposure can cause the hair to become dry and damaged, leading it towards the road to becoming brittle and eventually beginning to shed. So, when you are going for a golfing weekend with your buddies, taking a day off and laying it easy at the beach or participating in any outdoor activity with the sun shining high and mighty over your head, be sure to protect it with a cap!
Another reason why some men face balding is because of overdoing it with the hats and the helmets. May construction workers and engineers can be found flashing bald patches because the hard helmets they wear actually have the impact of damaging the hair follicles, making hair weak enough to start falling. In order to prevent your head from balding due to this particular reason, try and wear your helmet or a cap when needed, and keep them off the head when not.