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Questions and Answers
What hairstyle prevents receding hairline?
Receding hairline is a common dilemma for most men which must be dealt with gracefully. The most common culprit for receding hairline or baldness is old age and genetics which is something that we have not much control of.
The only way to deal with receding hairline and to reduce the odd appearance is to make use of the appropriate hairstyles that complement and enhance your look. The top hairstyle picks for men with receding hairline are the following:
- Buzz Cut - This is great for men who have thinning hair specifically near the crown. This will give you that clean yet rough appearance that ladies love.
- Clean Shaved - The completely shaved or bald look will help you manage advanced stages of receding hairline. If you have a great skull structure, this will definitely look refined yet edgy.
- Short and Spiked - This hairstyle is suitable for men that have uneven baldness. You can spike it up and create your own style while enhancing your look despite the receding hairline.
The key to choosing the right hairstyle is to keep it short and sleek.
Blood loss and receding hairline?
Receding hairline's one of the contributory factors is insufficient blood supply of the scalp to the hair follicles. Blood contains essential nutrients that constantly nourishes hair follicles making them healthy and helps in maintaining their hair growth physiologic capabilities. In regards to your query, if you are experiencing a temporary blood loss for a few days, it is not actually connected to receding hairline because the hair follicles can still grow hair at a slower pace. But if you are chronically experiencing blood loss due to a certain disease for several weeks or months, then this will greatly affect the nutrition of your hair follicles making your hairline to recede. The stem cells inside the hair follicles will be slowly deprived of nutrients from the blood making the hair follicles to shrink and greatly slows down the formation of hair resulting to receding hairline and hair loss. In general, blood loss can only affect your hairline to recede if it is chronic and temporary blood loss will not have that much effect for your hairline to recede.
More questions and answers on this topic can be found here: Is it possible to grow your hairline back
Categories : Hair Loss
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