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Is hair loss killing your self-esteem?

Is hair loss killing your self-esteem?

I have been receiving a lot of emails from people who feel ashamed about their hair loss. They want to find out a quick, easy way to stop this without having to agree on certain types of treatments. Then there are those who start accepting this as a part of their lives and bury the depression they suffer through deep inside them.

There is nothing wrong with getting a treatment for your hair loss! It is not just for the ladies. But if you are going for a solution just because you think it helps you look good, stop right there. Let me give you a few steps to help with the thinning of your hair.

Understand that hair loss is very common. It is nothing to be ashamed of. Your average person loses about 100 hairs per day. It is a part of your life and if you accept it you stop punishing yourself for a phenomenon that is not because of your mistakes. Your imperfections are a part of who you are.

Hair loss can be very damaging for both men and women. For many people the start of hair loss means the end of their youth, their attractiveness and their life. This is an unconscious link up regarding hair loss is actually the root of most of the depression. I received this email from a 17 year old teenager, he told me how he had been losing hair for two year and he feels ashamed and it has affected his studies and social life. Another newly married professional emailed me telling me how his work life and his relationship with his wife is getting affected due to his hair fall. He wrote that he feels like he’s losing all his power and his masculinity. This is quite depressing. Baldness is a serious problem for a lot of people. According to a survey, Indian men between their 20’s and 40’s are most prone to hair fall. Here are some direct pointers on how hair fall might affect your self esteem -

  1. Being dissatisfied about your looks and image
  2. Inability to style hair the way you want it
  3. Being let down by love interests
  4. Embarrassment and loss of confidence
  5. Subconscious jealousy of other people who have nothing against you
  6. It negatively affects your social life

You need to focus on the positivity. If you are brooding over your hair loss and doing nothing about it then surely you are going in a downward spiral. You have to find out things you enjoy and have to focus on doing them. You need to fall in love with yourself and find yourself once again, respect yourself. Continue to pursue things that make you feel good about yourself. If you cannot find such things keep looking! This learning and act of putting yourself into the maximum output phase is going to get you to deal with your hair fall. You will leave your insecurities behind and concentrate on larger life goals. Here a few small steps you can take to begin with-

  1. Wear hats, build yourself a collection of suitable hats. Hats are great accessories and make you look good.
  2. Exercise to improve your physique
  3. Grow yourself a moustache or a beard
  4. Dressing better is also a simple way to draw attention away from your head.

I hope this information was helpful if you have any queries or questions or are looking for a painless and 100% guaranteed hair loss solution mail me at –

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