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Jealousy and other feelings that come with Hair Loss

Jealousy is only one of a series of psychological effects that hair loss may cause especially if you are new to it.

This article mentions the most common feelings and thoughts when hair loss starts to kick in:

  • The end of youth: concerns about getting older
  • Inability to style the hair
  • Dissatisfaction with appearance and body-image
  • Low self-esteem
  • Loss of personal attractiveness and fear of not looking attractive to others
  • Embarrassment, Loss of confidence, Shyness
  • Social teasing and humiliation
  • Feelings of depression and introversion
  • Subconscious emotions of envy and jealousy
  • Work-related problems
  • Negative effects on social life
But read it till the end as the article ends on a positive note!




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