Author: BC Writer
UPDATE 4th June 2011 – Rooney Tweets about Hair Transplant (click for story)
The source of many recent web-dramas involving everything from the superinjunction controversy to the death of Osama bin Laden, social networking site Twitter has recently become the platform for some gentle ribbing about Wayne Rooney’s hair loss.
Fellow Manchester United player, Michael Owen, commented about the striker’s premature baldness in a tweet that read: “By the way, how old are you in that photo? Your face looks like a 12-year-old’s but your hair looks like a 60-year-old’s!”
This mischievous comment was by no means falsely grounded, as it is quite obvious that Mr. Rooney is suffering from thinning hair, often an indicator of male hair loss, or Androgenic Alopecia.
However, stress levels have also been linked to rates of hair loss. Recent developments in Mr. Rooney’s personal life may have had an effect on the footballer’s rapidly receding hairline. It’s most likely the stress experienced in the last few years of his football career could have accelerated the genetic condition Male Pattern Hair Loss. The condition is common amongst young men but there are proven treatments available to prevent and reverse the thinning. If used and combined correctly, with the optimum hair growth boosters, a treatment programme for hair loss will ensure hair loss stabilisation and hair regrowth in the great majority of cases.
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