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November 18, 2019DMT.NEWS

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Hair Club Question-Hair Survey Reveals Americans Attitudes Toward Hair Loss

The "Question-Hair" study, commissioned by Hair Club, surveyed a group of men and women across the United States to find out how Americans feel about hair loss — and it culminated in some pretty hair-raising results.

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According to the survey, social media would be the easiest and most widely agreed-upon sacrifice in the name of good hair. The results showed that 75 percent of respondents would forego social media for an entire year to lock in a guarantee to never lose their locks. Similarly, 60 percent of those surveyed said they'd rather give up their cell phone for a year than go bald. It would be a noble feat to attempt, but probably far easier said than done. Honestly, our palms are sweating just thinking about it.

The survey didn't just ask respondents if they'd give up their ties to tech, though. Hair Club brought out the really heavy-hitters when it delved into the stuff that's even more ingrained in our society than social media: money and sex.

Only about a quarter of respondents said they'd prefer to lose $25,000 than their hair. Despite being the lowest vote-getter, this outcome is actually a pretty realistic one for anyone hoping to combat impending baldness given how pricey the wide array of hair loss solutions can be. Unfortunately, even budget options add up over time.

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When it came to getting down and dirty, however, just 43 percent of respondents said they would rather give up sex for five years than lose their precious mane. If that number still sounds a little high, it should be noted that the gender breakdown was heavily weighted toward the ladies on this one. A whopping 58 percent of American women agreed that this half-decade ban would be doable, while just 27 percent of men said they'd be willing to abstain.

Finally, in a battle of vanity vs. more vanity, the survey asked if having the body of a god (or goddess) would be enough to keep one's confidence while going bald. Overall, 60 percent of respondents said “No, thanks” — they'd rather keep their hair.

As far as current technology is concerned, parting with your hard-earned cash is the only thing that might save you from going bald — and even then there’s no guarantee. But it is nice to daydream about a reality where you can keep your mane and it would only cost you a year away from social media. Come to think of it, dropping that addiction might be a win-win all around.

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