An interesting question, men seem to be going bald earlier than they used to. It happens to men when they're in their 20's now , it never used to be like that and it is happening to quite a few these days.
I really can't see an explanation for why it is happening earlier now-- even though its genetic, it doesn't explain the early onset of baldness.
I'm guessing that it could be due to a change in the atmosphere, but that would only be a guess!
I have read that its a zinc deficiency. So, if there is a history of baldness in the family, young men should get themselves down to a good health shop, PDQ!
It begs the question of why young men have a deficiency now, when their fathers didn't at their age?
All I can think of, is a change in diet.. or/and a more stressful lifestyle; if you're going to lose your hair anyway, maybe stress affects the way we hold vitamins, such as zinc, in the body?
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