These days, there are many resources to prevent and treat hair loss in both men and women.
Remember that in many hair-loss cases, the hair follicles have not been destroyed. In these situations, the follicle remains alive and sometimes hair recovery is possible because the follicle retains its ability to produce hair.
Even today there is a belief, especially in men, that baldness is a natural state and as such has no remedy.
Statistics show that 66% of men over the age of 50 suffer from hair loss. Hair loss mostly affects men, although women can also suffer from it.
One third of men lose their hair at around 35 years of age and 60% do so from the age of 60 onwards.
Hair loss in men begins around age 18 and begins to become apparent between the ages of 25 and 30.
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