Man buns can cause hair loss and baldness
A Harley Street Clinic has reported a surge in patients suffering from traction alopecia a condition caused by the hair constantly being pulled back in the same direction. Nike Roshe One Uomo nike air max 2017 femme blanche
The hair specialists claim the popular style, which requires a healthy head of hair to sport, is actually responsible for a growing number of male hair loss cases. Fjallraven Kanken Big Fjallraven Kanken Mini
Dr Kouremada Zioga, Hair Transplant Surgeon at The Private Clinic of Harley Street says: "In my practice, over the past year, there has been a significant increase in young men suffering from traction alopecia due to the way they wear their hair. Hollister France
"Styles such as the ‘man bun’ and ‘top knot’ require the hair to be pulled back tightly in the same direction which, after a period of time, causes the hair follicle to loosen from its roots. Cam Newton Auburn Football Jerseys This causes the hair to thin and results in permanent hair loss". New Balance 1600 męskie nike tn 2017 femme
Up until recently, this type of hair loss had typically been associated with women, due to the physical trauma caused by braiding, hair extensions and over styling. nike air max 2017 dames air max pas cher pour homme However, the clinic claims that the condition has recently become prevalent amongst men who have jumped on the man bun trend, as seen on celebrities such as Bradley Cooper and Zayn Malik. nike pas cher goedkoop nike air max 2016
The Private Clinic reports the number of patients undergoing hair transplants is up by 9.1% in the last year, and more than 5% of male patients were those with long hair, tied back into a top knot or a tight bun. Running Asics Sneakers Pour Femme adidas pas cher
Dr Kouremada Zioga added: "While the hair loss resulting from this form of damage is gradual, and often takes 2 3 years to become apparent, the hair loss which results is permanent. Nike Air Max 1 Pas Cher Since most of the patients I see are fairly young in their twenties and thirties it is clear that the damage is being done from a young age."
If you’re worried about losing your hair to the trend, Dr Kouremada Zioga’s advice is simple: "To avoid this form of hair loss, men should restrict the amount of time spent with their hair in very tight buns or pony tails, as this will reduce the level of stress put on the hair.