Men who to shave their heads might seem a bit curious, as a shorn head has historically been equated with restrained sexuality and even been seen as "symbolic castration." The truth is that a lot of men shave their heads because they are going bald.
It has been linked with things like poor self-esteem and body image, the perception of being old, and depression.
It’s hardly that surprising then that worldwide, men spend nearly $3.5 billion naturally trying to either hide or reverse their natural hair loss.
In fact, there is evidence that increased testosterone may contribute to someone going to the gym, and to male baldness.
The Benefits Research in suggests that there are some fairly major benefits to being bald.
The message from this research seems clear: If you are going bald, embrace it. Some men are just damned good-looking whether they are bald or not, or young or not.
At least part of the attractiveness of baldness has to do with having a nicely-shaped skull that is at least a little tan, seems to me.
It was one of my major worries throughout my adult life. The participants were 280 children around 10 years old.
Sleep was assessed objectively over seven nights with actigraphs they wore on their wrists to measure both sleep duration and quality of sleep.
In the second part of the study, the researchers had one group of participants rate photos of men with full heads of hair, and another group rate the Finally, the researchers wanted to see if these perceptions remained even if men described in words with no photos were considered.