Often, people who start going bald are exhausted and their yin and blood is pretty depleted. That's not the only reason it can happen but it's the most common. You can't help having to work hard to support your family. But there are things you can do to help your body deal with it better.
Hair loss can come from many different routes in Chinese medicine. One of the most common routes comes about from overwork and age. You become blood deficient and the hair follicles are not properly nourished. A classic acupuncture treatment to fix this includes points to generate blood, nourish yin, and nourish the kidneys. We might also do scalp points to stimulate blood flow.
Other things you can do are herbal shampoos. My favorite one is this one to the left because it has He Shou Wu (also known as Fo-Ti in it. You can use this topically through the shampoo, and you can take internally as an herbal supplement.
The powers of He Shou Wu were really cool when I learned about them in herb class when I was in acupuncture school! It was said to strongly grow hair when you grew older, only it would grow it black! It's also an anti-aging herb as it nourishes Jing, the bodies deep vital essence and "functional reserve". Here's a little write up about it.
There's other things that will help, but here are a few easy Chinese medicine options for you.