Do you know the body part that keeps the body warm and protects against debris?
The body part that when lost can lead to depression and failing confidence?
One that can be made new?
Or even surgically implanted?
This body part may not be what you expect.
That body part is hair.
Hair has had biological value since evolution. It protects a man’s face from the lashing of cold wind during the winter if that man has a beard. It also protects the eyes from debris, as when dirt whips toward it, only for the eyelashes to stop it.
Hair also has aesthetic value. A person’s hair can signal vitality and youth when it is full, old age and lethargy when it is falling out, and a person’s lack of self care if that person’s hair is unkem
Getting older leads to a lot of unwanted body changes. We notice that we do not burn fat off as easy. We notice fat in places we never did before. We notice the skin on our faces sagging. We notice laugh lines on our faces. We notice our hair thinning, or completely falling out. Many of these symptoms of aging are normal, and we may be tempted to leave them be, unless they are premature. Hair loss is one of those symptoms of aging that can occur at almost any age. Many men experience premature balding that may make them feel self conscious. Women may experience bald spots and extreme thinning of the hair that can also lead to feelings of self consciousness. Fortunately, hair loss and hair thinning are common and people have options to have thicker and fuller head of hair, without much risk or medical off tim