For about 50% of men, balding at the crown will never happen to them. However, for the other 50%, you’re going to experience some form of baldness by the age of 50. There’s no need to worry; this article is meant for you.
It is packed with key information that will help you reverse and rejuvenate your hair growth. But first things first. What do you do when you notice that your thick hair is thinning at the crown? This is the first question that comes to mind when men notice they are losing hair. And it`s for a good reason, since no one likes to look old. Well, to answer this, it’s important to understand that there are two methods of handling balding at the crown. The first involves home based care that aims to reverse your losses and preserve the remaining hair while the second method involves a trip to your family doctor. The following is a quick walk through of what to do and what not to do when you are balding at the crown.
It’s almost important to note that here at baldinglife.com, we’re massive advocates of accepting going bald and not stressing about it too much. I’ve been completely bald for many years, and during that initial first few years, going bald can be quite daunting. But now, I just shave it all off. However after a while, you’ll get used to it and accept your new, shiny headed self. However, for those not ready to yet accept their baldness (no judgements here), this article is for you.