Is it normal to lose so much hair?
Absolutely. On average, everybody loses about 50-100 hairs a day!
10-15% of the hair on our head is in the telogen phase, ie almost ready to fall out. The life cycle of everyone’s hair depends mainly on genetic factors. The same goes for hair density. Therefore, the more hair one has the more hair one loses daily
In men, hair loss is often the result of hormonal and genetic conditions and initially manifests itself by thinning on the temples and front hairline. Unlike women, men often notice their hair thinning from a young age, which can lead to a lack of confidence and stress disorders.
Why do I lose my hair?
The most common cause of male pattern baldness is heredity. Gradually, as the years go by, the hair thins, starting from the temple area and the front hairline.
The life cycle of hair is genetically predetermined but is also influenced by other factors such as climate, diet, hormones, medication, and the overall health of each person.
Overall, what is responsible for my hair loss?
In most cases, hair loss is due to hereditary causes. According to scientific research, men are more likely to lose their hair if their father also has a history of hair loss.