As we know, hair loss is very common. Approximately 50% of people experience some form of hair loss – at some time in their life, though it is more usual in men. Hair loss can be temporary, or permanent and it can be minimal to extreme.
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A global consumer market research company is seeking feedback from people who are concerned about hair loss, thinning and baldness. If you have experienced hair loss and may be considering medical solutions such as restoration procedures, we would like to know what considerations, issues and concerns you have. This survey is completely anonymous, so you will not be asked to provide any specific personal or contact information.”
Common Types of Hair Loss
Hair loss can be due to genetics, medical conditions, hormonal changes or as a normal part of the ageing process. Anyone can lose hair on their head, but it’s far more common in men. Hereditary hair loss with age is the most common cause of hair loss and baldness.
Some people are accepting of their hair loss – regardless of the reason, while others may cover it up with hairstyles, wigs, hats or scarves. Increasingly those experiencing hair loss choose one of the latest treatments that are now available to prevent further hair loss or to restore growth.
Women can experience hair loss for the same reasons as men, though it is not as common as it is for men. Stress is often a contributor to female hair loss, with research showing that women who experience high levels of stress are 11 times more likely to experience hair loss than those who do not report high levels of stress.
What are the psychological effects of hair loss?
There’s no two ways about it; the loss of hair can drastically change a person’s looks. Hair loss can also trigger psychological disturbances, such as acute anxiety and depression. Recent research shows that hair loss can cause emotional suffering that can lead to personal, social, and work-related problems.
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