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Many jokes have been made about baldness including one by Clive Anderson, “I’m not bald. I’m just taller than my hair.” But for men and women who experience baldness, it may not be a laughing matter. In fact, baldness may lead to reduced self-esteem and social withdrawal. According to the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery, nearly two-thirds of men will have noticeable hair loss by age 35, and that increases to 85 percent of men after the age of 50. Women also make up a large percentage of hair loss sufferers.
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Many Americans today have what can be visually described as a large forehead or a high hairline. That can cause the face to appear disproportionately large, affecting a person’s self-esteem and making them feel self-conscious or depressed. The causes can include genetics, illnesses, and hair loss. Hair loss is highly common in men with about two-thirds of them experiencing some degree of hair loss. That reaches 85 percent of men by the age of 50. About 50 percent of women also experience some degree of noticeable hair loss. But there is a remedy found in San Francisco men’s hair loss treatment and women’s hair loss treatment.