The Early Signs of Balding and How to Stop Them

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Men start to notice aging sign at different stages of their lives, and the lucky ones never have to go through them at all.

Baldness is one major aging sign that we have to keep an eye for. But, it doesn’t just happen overnight. For a lot of men, baldness can be a process that can take as much as a few years, or even a few decades for a select few of males.

If you want to stop going bald, you need to first be able to detect those signs long before you actually start losing hair.

Signs of Balding

Here are 3 signs that show you are balding:

1. Hairline Changing

Baldness almost always starts at the hairline. This can’t be detected easily, you can start noticing it if you go back to older pictures of yours that were taken a couple years apart; you might start seeing your hairline receding. This can be an obvious sign that you’re starting to lose hair.

2. Itching Head

Although itchy head may not always mean you’re going bald, but it can lead to that.

When your scalp starts itch, you can’t resist but rub the scalp to stop the feeling. Excessive rubbing, brushing, and scratching of the scalp can cause some damage to your hair follicles that is irreversible.

3. Hair Loss After Showering or Brushiong

Most people lose hair after showering or brushing it, that’s not out of the ordinary. You might see 5 or 6 hairs in your hand after you put on shampoo, but that shouldn’t be concerning.

What can be a problem is excessive hair loss. If you notice that you lose a lot of hair every day, that could be a sign that you’ll start going bald pretty soon, and you should start thinking of ways to stop it.

How to Stop Hair Loss

Now that you’ve noticed that you’re going bald, it’s time to take some action against it.

1. Regularly  Wash Your Hair

Keeping your hair and scalp clean will lower your chances of infection and will drastically decrease dandruff.

Clean hair also looks bigger and it will actually prevent hair loss and breakage.

2. Stay Hydrated

Drink at least 5 to 8 cups of water every day if you want to make sure your hair stays healthy. Hair needs water as much as the rest of your body. Water is essential if you want your hair to stay strong and grow naturally.

3. Cut Down on Alcohol

If your hair has already started falling, then you need to cut down on drinking.

If you can, stop drinking altogether. This is because alcohol in your system will stop your hair’s growth.

4. Stop Smoking

Smoking cigarettes will reduce the amount of blood that flows to your scalp. This will then lead to your hair growth reducing drastically.

5. Take Care of Your Hair

Taking care of your hair means a lot of things.

First, don’t use any artificial products that might damage it in both the long and short run. Other than that, of course you have to keep it keep it clean, but this doesn’t mean using shampoos that are too strong. Use a shampoo that is mild, and you’ll be more than fine.

6. Hair Styles

If you style your hair differently, make sure it isn’t being pulled backwards.

These types of hair styles pull the hairs follicles and will start showing baldness in your hairline pretty quickly.

Conclusion

Hair loss is known for being inevitable for some men, but it doesn’t always have to be like that, not if you take good care of it.

Knowing what to look for in hair loss signs and knowing how to stop them is key to making sure your hair stays healthy and you don’t go bald.

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