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    Unhappy Being out of work made me lose my hair

    Thousands of Brits are losing their jobs AND their hair. Money worries and anxiety during the recession are leading to an increased rate in hair loss in the UK.

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage...e-my-hair.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmonasco View Post
    Thousands of Brits are losing their jobs AND their hair. Money worries and anxiety during the recession are leading to an increased rate in hair loss in the UK.

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage...e-my-hair.html
    Stress affects hormones, hormones interact with each other find a balance to deal with the stress = more DHT = you're ****ed.

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    The Sun is a terrible newspaper.

    Edit: it's not really a newspaper. It's a gossip magazine parading as one.

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    the first and third case promotes specific companies/products

    the second guy says


    "I was embarrassed about it. I do think that a manís virility is linked to his hair as I noticed a loss of libido, too. I was taking anti-depressants. "


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    That's basically the best way for us to get a cure fellas, to talk as much as we can about how much hair loss affects women...

    It's like running a charity, male victims don't elicit sympathy and don't generate income.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmonasco View Post
    Money worries and anxiety during the recession are leading to an increased rate in hair loss in the UK.

    Economic recession resulting in hairlines recession

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