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Avoid receding hairline (for men)

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Does tying hair back cause receding hairline?

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The answer depends on how you tie your hair. If you tie your hair to your back too tightly, your hair follicles may be damaged due to the excessive pulling of the hair which alters the natural physiologic function of your hair follicles to grow hair resulting to slow hair growth or even leads to thinning of hair and receding hairline. If you tie your hair loosely to your back, your hair follicles natural ability to grow hair is not altered which maintains their normal hair growth capabilities. In general, receding hairline can not also be attributed to the physical injury dealt to the hair follicles especially when tying hair too tightly.

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I have a receding hairline problem and my scalp is oily with irritation and itching. I wash my hair daily but still my hair becomes greasy next day?

I have a receding hairline problem and my scalp is oily with irritation and itching. I wash my hair daily but still my hair becomes greasy next day

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My husband is 25, and has a pretty big receding hair line?

We are trying to find out which treatment for frontal receding hair line would work the best and be affordable

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