A Winning Formula for Men to Multi-Task During Super Bowl 2017

View of back of male head after hair transplant

Greetings to all men and couch potatoes!

We’re already into the second month of the year, and the Super Bowl, also known as Super Bowl LI, is almost upon us. While I was thinking about this year’s teams and who might win it all, I let my thoughts wander to watching football, sitting on the couch, and growing new hair.

Grow new hair?

Well yes, bear with me while I explain. It’s a known fact that men can’t multi-task worth an ounce. You’d know what I mean if you saw my husband when he receives a phone call at our house. Off to the sofa, feet up, and talk for however long it takes. Whereas my kitchen comes out sparkly-clean when any of my relatives call: wipe counters, sweep floors, and unload the dishwasher, all with phone tucked firmly into my neck. If it’s a particularly long conversation, the refrigerator might even receive a complete clean-out.

There is a reason so many men get the job of grilling meat. It’s a single-minded task, standing there holding a beer and looking at the meat, your only job making sure it’s turned before charring too much. Never mind setting the table, preparing the salad, slicing bread, telling the kids to watch their hands: all this is done by a woman who can multitask while you, the man, put all of your mind to the steaks in front of you.

In their hearts I’m sure men would love to accomplish one job while doing another. It would allow them to complete their honey-do lists so much faster. They might even – God forbid – accomplish the impossible and get all malfunctioning light bulbs in the house exchanged. Yeah right, never going to happen.

But what if I told you that while you recline on your sofa or armchair this Sunday, your feet up on the coffee table, remote in one hand and beer in the other plus bowl of chips nearby, you could at the same time accomplish another important task?

This is where the hair comes in. If you struggle with a receding hairline or a spreading bald spot, even though on the inside you feel as young as ever, you might have pondered whether a hair transplant is for you. Consider this: Growing back your own natural hair requires nothing of you at all, just the passage of time. What could be better than kicking back and turning on the TV so that you can grow new hair while you watch your favorite sports channel?

Male patient after hair transplant immediately post-op and 14 days post-op

Donor area immediately after NeoGraft hair transplant (left) and 14 days after procedure (right). Most patients are back to work the next day.

All you have to do is pick up the phone – while sitting on your couch, if you’re so inclined – and call the Hair Doctor to make a consultation appointment. It costs absolutely nothing to let us help explore the possibilities of growing your hair, one follicle at a time, with our minimally-invasive NeoGraft method. During such a consultation we’ll get a good idea of the ideal number of follicles needed for a successful transplant, and we’ll be able to quote you a price. You’re under no obligation to come back and have your procedure if your consultation doesn’t convince you.

But if you do, you’re in for some guilt- binge-watching for weeks and months to come, while you accomplish the important job of growing a full head of hair.

And who knows, you might become such a good multi-tasker that you can grow new hair and shoot darts with a blowgun at a target across the room. What more would you want from life?

Living room scene with boys watching TV and shooting darts
cardboard box displaying a target with darts in it