Like a work of art, your hair frames your face. It is unique to your individual facial structure. In fact, hair is such a vital component of your physical appearance that any premature hair loss can be extremely stressful. Your appearance shapes your social attitudes and those of others towards you. Sociological studies have demonstrated that attractive people are perceived and treated more favorably.
Negative psychological effects are caused by the unavoidable physical condition of hair loss. The hair on your scalp is genetically programmed. Hair loss genes are passed from parent to child.
At puberty in males (or menopause in women), hormone levels change dramatically. This affects the genetically non-permanent hair making hair loss inevitable.
Hair loss is caused by genetic and hormonal factors, not by hats, shampoos, hair coloring, overuse of blow dryers, etc. It is a wholly natural process.