Does my hair loss mean there is something wrong with me?

Not at all. A large part of the population, at any age, suffer from hair loss to some degree. Of course, as people age, hair loss tends to increase in its occurrence rate and severity. Most cases occur from “Androgenetic Alopecia” or common male pattern baldness—a circular thinning at the crown of the head and/or thinning at the front. Genetics mostly cause the condition which is harmless— except for its effects on self-esteem, confidence, and self happiness.

Sometimes other factors can cause hair loss such as hormone problems, exposure to chemicals and toxicity, accidents, etc. But, these are much rarer causes. Above all, remember that hair loss effects the majority of the population as they age… and that hair loss can be dealt with.