There is a very obvious link between constant light and how quickly male-pattern hair loss gets worse. That’s why it is so important that you make sure that your hair loss lights up on your doctor’s chart of progress regularly. Even if you are constantly exposed to sunlight in the early stages of balding, there is no harm in being vigilant about the quality of your hair. Just like any other health issue, early hair loss does not necessarily indicate a serious medical condition. And it certainly does not harm your overall health.
One interesting fact about balding is that it makes many men feel less manly because it leaves them feeling less confident about their overall appearance. That’s why even if they have nothing to do with hormonal imbalances, men are sometimes advised to take vitamins or supplements to make up for the fact that they are losing their hair. If you’re taking such a supplement, make sure you ask your doctor whether the manufacturer recommends that you use a certain brand of vitamins or whether it is safe for you to take it under certain circumstances, like when you are not balding. While some thinning hair treatments can cause a bit of side effects like stomach ache or headaches, most of them are generally considered safe if you are not allergic to them.
An alternative to medications is Scalp Micropigmentation from places like His Hair Clinic. This procedure helps to improve the appearance of the area of the scalp where the hair is thinning. The treatment gives the illusion of hair follicles in this area and can then reduce the appearance of thinning and balding parts of the scalp.