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marilynaliza | healthiswealth

Hair loss in men

Jun 23rd 2014 at 9:35 PM

Good day. Maybe a silly question, but I always wonder about that, because it's very often meet in everyday life. Not only is my man, but among friends or on the street. I would like to know why my partner hair falls out and if you can do something about it? Is it possible to somehow stop theMenalopecia? Regards, Ola K.

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Hair loss affects both women and men, although men's concerns much more. The tendency to hair loss is determined by genetic predisposition. In men, the most commonly takes the form of androgenetic alopecia.

For the occurrence of thismale , androgenic alopecia is the responsibility of the male sex hormone - testosterone, rather its metabolite, dihydrotestosterone (DHT). DHT acts on hair follicles gradually weakening them and thus interferes with the formation of new hair.

Operation of male hormones causeshairbecoming weaker, thinner, shorter, fall out. Over time, hair growth is almost completely stopped and there outbreak thinning.
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Male pattern baldness starts from the forehead, causing the formation and form a so-called. "Bends", then extends circumferentially embracing the upper peak of the head and creates a

so-called. tonsure. Because the hair follicles around the occiput and temples are not sensitive to hormones, in this area the hairs remain. Today, medicine has great potential pharmacological treatment causes of hair loss.

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In the case of male pattern baldness best results after taking oral finasteride.

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