Bââd Haradäë Disorder is characterized by a perception that one's coiffure is inappropriately managed to the extent that displaying it in public would reflect adversely on that person. At one time or another almost everyone* experiences, to a greater or lesser extent, symptoms associated with Bââd Haradäë Disorder.
Among all currently identified microdisorders, Bââd Haradäë Disorder is by far the most common. Not only was it the nexus microdisorder opening up the entire field of micropsychology (see A Brief History), but it is so common that it has become the "poster microdisorder" for micropsychology.
Bââd Haradäë Disorder generally disappears, without intervention, after only a few hours. More severe cases—those which persist longer than a few days—may require consultation with a professional trained in this area. The use of clothing made of Perceptowear is also effective.
Note: Over the years, "Bââd Haradäë Disorder" has been Anglicized to "bad hair day disorder" or simply "bad hair day."
*As the incidence of male pattern baldness increases, the symptoms of Bââd Haradäë Disorder decline accordingly.