The Truth About Hairloss And The Sun: Will It Cause Baldness?
The answer is both yes and no. UV radiation from the sun does have the potential to cause hair loss, but only in those who are already predisposed to male pattern baldness. For the majority of people, the sun will not cause them to go bald. However, that doesn’t mean that you should avoid the sun altogether. Just make sure to protect your scalp with
As the weather begins to warm up, many men and women start to worry about their hair. Will the sun cause me to go bald? Is hair loss really just a part of getting older? In this post, we’ll be exploring the truth about hair loss and the sun. We’ll answer some of the most common questions that people have about this topic and dispel some of the myths that are often associated with it.
There are a lot of myths out there about hair loss and the sun. Let’s take a look at some of the most common ones:
1. Sun exposure is the only cause of hair loss.
This is not true. There are many factors that can cause hair loss, including genetics, age, and hormones.
2. Sun exposure will make your hair fall out faster.
This is also not true. Excessive sun exposure can damage your hair and make it look dry and brittle, but it will not cause it to fall out any faster than it would otherwise.
3. Wearing a hat will protect your hair from the sun.
A hat can help protect your head and scalp from the sun, but it will not protect your hair
This article looked at the possible link between hair loss and the sun. While more research is needed, it is possible that too much sun exposure could lead to baldness. If you are concerned about losing your hair, get in touch and we can discuss your options.
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