Defining Men’s Hair Loss
Every man’s hair loss is different and unique. According to a Norwood Classification published in 1975, hair loss is broadly defined and depends on the individual. Today, it is used as an index for Male Pattern Baldness.
Hair loss is a cause of worry for both men and women. There are various causes of male hair loss. If, you are worried about the receding hairline in the basin after shampooing, you may think you are on the way to baldness. But, this is not usually the case. The 50–100 hairs that everyone loses each day often get tangled with the rest of the hair, and are washed out when we shampoo. Hence, it seems like a lot of hair in the basin after shampooing, but in reality the hair would have been shed earlier.
According to recent statistics, hair loss is more common in younger people than ever before and 30 is the age where a man decides to do something about it.
The statistics which have just been revealed by the UK’s leading hair loss clinic; The Belgravia Centre, take into account more than 10,000 men. The results state an exponential rise in the number of male hair loss sufferers between the ages of 21 and 30 and thereafter patient numbers gradually decline with age.
As long as you have some stable hair on the back and sides of the scalp, you are eligible for Hair Replacement AHI.