We've all heard time and time again about how desirable and distinguished a man looks when his hair has gone. We also seem to be reminded on a daily basis that bald men have superior pulling power than men with a full head of hair, but is this true or just a myth put out there by bald people or others just attempting to be politically correct?
Hair loss in men has been a big problem since time began. Sure, some men don't appear particularly bothered about their hair vanishing, some men who have a full head of hair actually shave it off for convenience. Whether this is out of laziness because they just can't be bothered to keep their hair neat and tidy, or because they want extra streamlining as they are serious sportsmen, depends on the individual. What research has shown though is that the majority of men with good hair, when questioned said baldness would bother them considerably and those with thinning hair said they would rather have a full head of hair.
There have been many attempts over the years to prove that balding men are more virile or intelligent but this has never been scientifically proven. There is clearly nothing to be ashamed about should ones hair start thinning, but these days there are things that can be done to slow down the process and hair transplantation is a great way to get hair back when it's gone.