How a bigger salary could cause hair loss

Via Sarah Knapton

People who earn £75,000 a year or more are more likely to believe the stress of their jobs is causing their hair to fall out

 Climbing the ladder at work might be good for your bank balance but it could be bad your hair.

High-fliers who earn £75,000 or more are far more likely to believe that their hair is falling out because of the stress of their jobs than those earning just £15,000.






A survey of 2,000 adults found that nearly three quarters of women believe that stress is responsible for hair loss with one in three saying they personally had noticed thinning hair.

Men, in contrast, believe their genes are more likely to be responsible for hair loss, although 50 per cent still thought that work pressure did play a role.

However, when taken together, high earners both male and female were far more likely to blame work-stress for their hair thinning than those on smaller wages. Read full article…


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