Over the years I have encountered some or all of the following circumstances and reactions in men who began losing hair at a very young age.
Your hair loss began with receding temples, and you first noticed it at 18. It seemed to happen so suddenly. At 23 you looked in the mirror and saw a man twice your age.
#You feel like you are being robbed of your youth. What should be the best-looking years of your physical prime seem to have vanished almost overnight. The carefree days of your youth seem to slip away with every departing hair.
You find yourself avoiding windy places so the hair stays in place. Bright lights become an enemy.
Early balding can have profound psychological impacts.
There is a quote from Deion Sanders, “If you look good, you feel good. If you feel good, you play good. If you play good, they pay good.” This can be interpreted as a good life begins with looking good. In a recent study that measured the Quality of Life in patients that suffered from Androgenetic Alopecia who were looking to have Hair Transplant Surgery found that Deion’s words seemed true.
Considering that Androgenic Alopecia (Hereditary Pattern Baldness) affects upwards to 50% of men and 10% of women worldwide, this study has inspiring implications. We know that a Hair Transplant Procedure can in fact not only improve the amount of hair someone can regain but also the quality of life for many patients increases greatly.
The primary psychological benefit of a hair restoration procedure is self-confidence. So, you are not alone. There are legions of men in the early 20s who share your silent struggle. I won’t offer platitudes but I will offer this: you can get out the clippers, buzz off what’s left, and never look back. Or you can try to save the hair you have and consider Hair Transplant Procedure down the road. Millions of men are choosing these options.
Whatever your motivation might be, whether getting ahead in the workplace, finding your souls counterpart - Hair Restoration has you covered!