Study Finds That Seasonal Hair Loss Is A Thing


There’s something a lot of men will have to come to terms with at some point, and that is that our hairlines are quite what they used to be.

You might find yourself looking back at old pictures, comparing your old hair to what’s currently atop of your head, weeping on the inside at how much it’s receded.

It’s okay, though, LADs, it happens to the best of us. If you do need some reassurance that you’re not going to end up looking like Bill Bailey, then there’s good news for you.

A recent study found that seasonal hair loss is actually a thing. So, after what might have been a bit of a stressful Summer and Autumn in work, you might have noticed that your hair looking considerably thinner.

Researchers at John Hopkins and Washington University studied Google search trends in eight countries in four hemispheres with high search rates for the term ‘hair loss’, Health reports.

They found that across the eight different locations the results were all the same, as searches regarding balding and hair loss increased in the Summer, before decreasing during Winter and Spring.

Co-author Shawn Kwatra, MD, assistant professor of dermatology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine told Health: “Mildly increased hair loss in the summer and fall is normal.



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