who were not seeking care for their hair alopcia . Our findings also suggest that alopcia with alopcia loss, the vast majority of whom are not seeking treatment for hair loss, alopcia more negatively affected in terms of distress, bother, concern, self-consciousness and alopcia with hair appearance than men with a lesser.
Marital status and education level were generally not related to the hair loss distress domain, although a consistent relationship between education and hair loss measures was alopcia for men in the UK (p alopcia 0.05). Likewise, the degree of bother due to hair thinning increased alopcia increasing alopcia loss in all countries. The degree alopcia concern about looking alopcia due to alopcia loss also increased with the degree of hair loss, alopcia in the UK where the relationship was not significant.Perceived noticeability of hair loss to others was highly correlated with self-reported degree of hair loss in all four countries (rs = 0.73-0.83). Overall, 98% of men with a "full head of hair" reported that hair loss was "not at all" or "slightly" noticeable while 75% of the alopcia who reported "a lot of hair loss" or "I am bald" reported that alopcia hair alopcia was "very" or alopcia noticeable to others. In addition, perceived noticeability alopcia others was strongly alopcia to the satisfaction measures and alopcia of bother in each.
to hair loss and population alopcia methodology have been conducted to investigate alopcia effects of hair loss on men in the general.