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Men And Bald- WHY MEN GO BALD/ 2 Major Reasons

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All men lose hair progressively as they grow older for some it’s noticeable and for other’s it isn’t. When hair looks sever or starts at a young age it can be very distressing.

Stated below are two major reason why men go bald:

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 1. GENETICS-

This play a vital role whether a man goes bald or not. It has been discovered that more than 90 percent of hair loss in men is caused by ANDROGENETIC ALOPECIA also known as male pattern baldness.

When a man has MALE PATTERN BALDNESS, he losses hair because his body is becoming increasingly sensitive to male sex hormones called ANDROGEN.

Research has proven it that 80 percent of men younger than 70years of age get affected by it (male pattern baldness). In these cases the hair follicles shrink and only grow tiny hair that doesn’t stay viable for long period of time. The extent to which your scalp is affected by this process is hereditary..

 

 


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2. AGE

Loosing your hair isn’t same as going bald. As men grow older they grow facial hair which suppress the growth of scalp hair.

The ANDROGEN hormone stimulates hair growth on the face but suppress it at the temples and scalp vertex a condition that can be termed as the ANDROGEN PARADOX. The stress level of men also increase as they grow and this also They start loosing hair in the temple starts of the anterion hairline which moves backwards ; this occurs between adolescence to manhood. Fewer than 5percent of adult males retain the straight anterion hairline.

There could also be hair loss in the crown start around the whorl which spreads outwards in all directions to produce a circular baldness . While growing it’s advised that hot-oil or chemical hair treatment should be avoided.

 

 


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(4) Comments

  1. Nancy says:

    I had no idea that growing a beard could lead to a balding head. It also surprised me that stress can contribute to balding. After thinking about it, it does make sense. Stress can have so many negative effects on our bodies.

    I like that you provided a link to the post discussing vitamins that help prevent male balding. Thanks for an informative article.

    1. admin says:

      Stress can impact the hair growth cycle if it disrupts your eating habits.

      Stress can impact the body in many ways, one being that it can impede
      the absorption of vital nutrients, cause stomach problems and, as a
      result, deplete your body. This in turn can disrupt the hair growth
      cycle.

      stress can have a negative impact on general health and this can have a knock-on effect on your hair

  2. Chris says:

    I have to say that I’m really surprised by your statement that all men go bald – just some go bald less than others! 

    For example, my dad’s father (my grandfather) died of a stroke in his seventies. He was a dock worker and had long thick white hair that he used to tie back in a ponytail – as far as I could tell he never lost a hair on his head! 

    I have heard many horror stories about depressed people losing their hair through the stress that goes along with it – horrible really. Do you know if hair loss related to stress ever grows back?

    1. admin says:

      Do you know why i used that General term, “ALL”

      Going bald is a common concern for many guys, and estimates show that roughly two-thirds of men will start losing their hair by their mid-30s. While some men might embrace the change and shave their heads, others may seek out treatments to slow hair loss. So, it’s much better to say ‘All’……

       While there’s no much magic potion to help you
      regrow hair you’ve already lost by Stress, But i think this can help Hair loss caused by stress..

      Thanks Very Much, and don’t forget to ask question, when stuck.

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