Men and women are characteristically different in lots of ways, but perhaps what’s most amusing is their attention to their own bodies. When a woman has any type of medical concern she tends to quickly run to the doctor to be treated. Men, on the other hand, ride it out. They pass up a trip to the doctor’s office with the assumption that they’ll get better soon or that it’s no big deal. But a man’s self-diagnosis can be dangerous.
To the average man’s un-trained eye, he probably does not know exactly what will harm him and what won’t. Particularly when it comes to hair loss, while it may cause some initial concern, it might not appear to be the source of any physical harm. However, men who look into it early can avoid having a minor condition turning into a serious medical ailment.
Hair loss does raise some alarm bells for most men but not the type that would instigate a trip to a specialist. Most men will experience some thinning or loss of hair in their lifetime and whether they’re in denial about it or not, there aren’t many that are inclined to let on that it’s bothering them. Although, when a man begins to lose hair rapidly, or is cosmetically concerned about baldness, he should think about getting in touch with a hair loss specialist.
There are a number of different ailments other than male pattern baldness that can result in hair loss. It can be the result of a medication they’re using, an autoimmune disease, fungal infection or another medical condition, and shouldn’t be left un-treated. Sometimes, if it’s the result of an external factor, hair loss can be reversed once the trigger is dealt with. Other times the hair loss may continue after the condition has gone away but if it bothers you there are treatments available and not all require being in a doctor’s surgery. Hair loss treatments these days are of the easy-to-use, take home variety and are not only medically approved as safe to use, but are also scientifically formulated and proven to work.
Nevertheless, addressing the key cause is the main area of concern. Men should be aware that if they’re experiencing excessive hair loss, it might not be all down to age and genes. Consulting a specialist can eliminate the possibility of other factors which could eventually be cause for serious concern, whether a man is worried about baldness or not.
For a free consultation and to eliminate other factors which might be causing your hair loss, call 020 77730 6666 or message us. Alternatively, fill in the online diagnostic form for a quick and easy way to get the information and advice you need.