Hair loss has become a common problem that is being experienced by anyone at any age. This frustrating and embarrassing situation not only hampers the physical appearance but also hampers the mental health of the person. Genetic, as well as non-genetic factors, contributes to this issue. Normally, people observe the loss of 150 hair regularly, but if you observe excess hair fall then you must approach renowned hair specialists and consult suitable treatment to treat your hair loss issues.
Here is the list of cricketers who undergo hair transplant and get desired and effective results:-
1. SHANE WARNE:
Clever Shane Warren’s hair has never been so secret and instead has his hair transplants. The corruption of the Australian leg-spin bowler’s hair has not only made Liz Hurley his darling but has encouraged men all over the world to crush their disgusting heels.
2. SOURAV GANGULY:
The pressure to become captain of the Indian cricket team affected Ganguly and his stupid and dirty hair began to fall right in the middle of his head. Then he immediately resorted to a hair transplant and regain his lost hair.
3. JACQUES KALLIS:
Jack Kallis was treated to a “stand-by-strand” following the steps of Australian spinner Shane Warren. Kelis’ longtime girlfriend, model Simon Jardim, was unique in that her beloved youth looked younger. She was quoted as saying, “Once the procedure was completed it seemed so natural that his girlfriend said she was not sure that she will ever see him without hair again’.” finally, after undergoing this surgery he got his hair back, this procedure completely changed his physical appearance and he feels more confident and younger now.
4. VIRENDER SEHWAG:
Virender Sehwag got the title “Nawab of Najafgarh” which is not justified due to the problem of receding hairline. This receding hairline issue hampers the physical and mental health of the Virender. So his wife motivates him to undergo this surgery and regain his hair.
When the Gautam Gambhir was asked during an interview -what was the worst thing about playing cricket for a living, he was clear enough to answer, “You lose a lot of hair. Yes – especially when you are a beginner! Like symmetry, my hair is falling to the left, right and middle. Cricket has given me everything but it has taken all my hair. “Well, 2009 was a long time, and serious hair definitely grew more and more. He had surgery.
6. GRAHAM GOOCH:
He is the former and most successful England cricketer also faced this hair loss issue. He experienced excess hair loss which makes his forehead bald then he preferred hair restoration surgery to restore his precious treasure which he had lost. Moreover, he adopted this surgery to boosts his morale by enhancing his physical appearance.