There are certain hair follicles programmed to have a shorter growth period than others.
Doctors don’t know why exactly, however, several factors are known that may influence hair loss:
such as the hormones, genes, stress, illness, drugs, burns, injuries, X-rays, autoimmune diseases, cosmetic procedures, medical conditions, diet etc.
In most cases men’s hair loss is hereditary. It is called androgenetic alopecia or male pattern baldness. Men suffering from this type of hair loss, inherit hair follicles with a genetic sensitivity to dihydrotestosterone ( DHT ).
Hair follicles sensitive to DHT begin to miniaturize, shortening the lifespan of each hair follicle affected. Eventually, these affected follicles stop producing cosmetically acceptable hair.
Male pattern baldness is generally characterized with the onset of a receding hairline and thinning crown. Hair in these areas including the temples and mid-anterior scalp appear to be the most sensitive to DHT.
This pattern eventually progresses into more apparent baldness throughout the entire top of the scalp, leaving only a rim or “horseshoe” pattern of hair remaining in the more advanced stages of MPB. For some men, even this remaining rim of hair can be affected by DHT.
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