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Premature Baldness May Be Considered An Indicator Of Muscle Lateral Sclerosis

Feb 7th 2014 at 2:52 AM

Uncovered medical research revealed that some of the men suffering from premature baldness may be considered an indication of an increased risk of illness lateral sclerosis muscle is one of the rare diseases that have not been reached so far to cure him.

The researchers believe that the relationship between baldness and the disease had received light to a greater understanding on the mechanism of the disease as well as to pave the way for the development of effective therapeutic strategy to get rid of it. Researchers have conducted their research on more than 50 thousand men ranged in age from 46 to 81 years old were infected bald-up timing and quality. Get More articles on Fat Loss Factor

The follow-up to that 44% of men participating in the study were not injured bald versus 42% suffered from moderate cases of baldness in addition to the 14% suffered from severe cases of baldness with the age of 45 birthdays.

It also revealed the follow-up revealed that after a lapse of almost one a tenth years of injury cases balding extreme vulnerability of these men diagnosed with multiple sclerosis muscle lateral in exchange for 13 people of the total 17,500 thousand men who did not suffer from baldness which confirmed estimates that men who suffer from baldness are more likely at a rate of three times for the disease compared to men who do not suffer from baldness.

The lateral sclerosis muscle diseases of the nervous system and spinal cord controlling the mechanism of muscle movement indicates where the initial symptoms of the disease, muscle weakness and contraction.

This comes at a time, which indicates the statistics issued by the "American Society of muscle lateral sclerosis" to the injury of more than 5,600 thousand dollars annually of the disease.

The muscle lateral sclerosis is a disease of the motor and the turmoil caused by atrophy of the central nervous system controlling the involuntary muscle movement.

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