Male pattern baldness (Androgenetic Alopecia) causes about 90% of all hair loss for men. The result is either a receding hairline or thinning hair at the top of the crown of the head.
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Male pattern baldness is caused by a chemical called dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Over time, DHT builds up around hair follicles, thinning hair and ultimately stopping hair growth. The follicle constricts as a result, causing each new hair that cycles through the follicle to be gradually thinner than the previous one. Eventually the follicle shuts down altogether, stopping hair growth completely.
Your resistance to DHT is basically genetic. If you have relatives on either side of your family who are balding or have thinning hair, there's a pretty good chance you'll experience the same thing, at some point in your life.
Take a look at your hairline, which is where male baldness typically begins. If male pattern baldness is the culprit, you'll probably notice that your hairline gradually recedes to form an "M" shape. Other common signs include:
If you experience hair loss in patches, diffuse shedding of hair, breaking of hair shafts, or hair loss associated with redness, scaling, pain, or rapid progression, you're probably dealing with something more than male pattern baldness. These types of hair loss can be caused by medical conditions, poor nutrition, stress, or other factors. You should see a doctor if you are experiencing these symptoms in conjunction with your hair loss.
Our professional staff of hair restoration experts can help you determine the level of hair loss you're experiencing and advise you as to what you can do about it. Schedule a free microscopic hair and scalp analysis, request our free comprehensive brochure, or simply give us a call, (toll free) at 888-888-8986.