Many men, due to various circumstances, tend to wear caps excessively, forgetting that the constant use of this garment can generate the hair loss.
Some say no, others yes. The truth is that wearing a hat itself does not cause hair loss, but you have to take into account the structure of the hat in question, which could cause some damage.
The problem with wearing a cap is the lack of blood circulation to the scalp. If you constantly wear a hat, the blood in your hair does not circulate, progressively deteriorating the hair, generating too much moisture and causing it to fall out.
Also, when the scalp perspires, sweat and other particles mix to clog pores and follicles. This can hinder hair growth.