About Young Hair Loss
I tried washing my hair with different shampoos. I tried not washing my hair. I changed my diet. I tried exercising more. I tried exercising less. Nothing worked.
Then I tried hair loss remedies and treatments like Saw Palmetto and Propecia. Both caused serious side effects for me.
For a long time I just tried to cover it up. I combed my hair a certain way and used special shampoos to give it volume.
This worked for a period of time. But it became harder and harder to maintain. I had to get frequent hair cuts, and each day I spent time adjusting my hair in a mirror to make it look (as much as possible) as if my hair wasn’t thinning.
At this point I was overcome with anxiety. I found myself thinking about my hair even when I wasn’t looking in the mirror. It started to erode my self-confidence, especially around women.
Thankfully, I am no longer living my life like that.
This blog is about my journey from stress and anxiety to self-confidence and happiness. It started with my decision to buzz off my remaining hair. It continued with a number of steps I took to get over my fears and accept myself as a person. I hope you join me on this journey, and I hope that if you are struggling with hair loss yourself, I can help you realize that you can be happy, you can meet women, and you can live a fulfilling life regardless of how much hair is on your head.
If you are seriously struggling with hair loss, I strongly recommend checking out my ebook. It is 73 pages long and it’s packed with tips and advice as well as a more detailed account of everything I went through – from daily struggle to liberation and happiness. Click here to see the table of contents and read the introduction.
I also recommend Joining the email list (it’s completely free) to receive tips and advice that have helped me deal with hair loss. I also use the email list to share more of my personal story (see form below). If you have any questions or comments for me, I would love to hear from you! Get in touch with me on the contact page.