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Well, perhaps not exactly tomorrow, but some 70 percent of men will suffer hair loss at some stage of their lives, with most being classified as “bald” by age 50.

But what really causes hair loss, and is there anything that can be done about it? This natural breakthrough for hair loss may be the answer

The medical reason for what is called male-pattern hair loss, or its technical term “androgenic alopecia,” is an underlying susceptibility of hair follicles to androgenic miniaturization. The condition is not exclusive to men as some 40 percent of women also experience hair loss, but the patterns are different. Men typically start with hairline recession at the temples and then on the top of the scalp. Women normally thin diffusely over the whole of the top of the head.

Men are usually left with a rim of hair at the sides and rear of the head which is commonly described as an “Hippocratic wreath.” One can only assume that this is an attribution the Greek philosopher, and not a reflection on the male character.

It’s interesting to note how men react differently to this loss of their “crowning glory.” Some resign themselves to the situation and just get on with their lives. Both Sean Connery and Larry David are examples of celebrities who fit that category.

Then, there are the “comb-over” aficionados such as John McCain, Rudy Guiliani, and probably the most famous comb-over in the history of comb-overs, Donald Trump! It is less well known that heir to the British throne (or should that he hair to the throne? – sorry!), Prince Charles, has been combing over for years. His two sons, the princes William and Harry, seem destined to follow in his footsteps in the hair department, with William now distinctly thin on top and Harry showing the first signs.

Another option much favored by celebs is the hairpiece. Unfortunately for them, the fact that they have one doesn’t remain secret for long. Sometimes, as in the cases of Frank Sinatra and Elton John, the wig receives almost as much publicity as the wearer.

Then, of course, there is the painful path of transplants. David Beckham and Wayne Rooney both elected to take this option, but it’s not exclusively for footballers as celebs like John Travolta and Gordon Ramsey can testify. Interestingly, celebs seem more reluctant to acknowledge transplants than hairpieces.

But Is there anything that can be done to reverse hair loss naturally?

New research shows that there may in fact be a completely natural way to regrow hair almost overnight, and it works for the young and old alike. Click Here To Watch This Video to see exactly what you can do to start regrowing your lost hair.

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