Hair Loss in Men Causes by? 1

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Stress: Who has not ever heard that phrase that says “with that stress you carry, your hair will fall out. Indeed, in times of continuous stress, certain rhythms in our body are altered and hair growth was not going to be less.

If we know how to reverse that stress to which we are subjected, we will have a good chance of recovering our hair health. Our hair will look stronger and more flexible.

Disease:  Hair may be temporarily lost as a result of treatment derived from a cancer-like disease or caused by the disease itself. If you want to go deeper into this matter, take a look at this article.

Hormonal: In the case of men, hormones play a determining role at some point in our lives. The man’s body produces testosterone and so far everything is normal, the case is when it is converted to dihydrotestosterone or DHT causing the weakening of the hair, making it increasingly thin and weak. (Soon I will expand information).

Seasonal: What a relief those of us suffering from hereditary or androgenic alopecia would have if we only had to worry about seasonal fall. Usually, fall seasonal hair tends to act presence in autumn and spring.

These are months in which a small portion of our hair enters the telogen phase. For providing a little more information, the telogen phase is where some of our follicles enter as a rest mode where the hair that has fallen due to being at the end of its life cycle, does not come out again until after a while. Check this https://hairnhair.org

It is exactly the same when we undergo a hair graft and the grafted hair falls, this is also known as shock loss or capillary desert and happens between the 1st and 3rd months after a hair implant.

Fallen hair recovers in a short time and there should be no greater concern, although there is no treatment that completely remedies this situation if there are possibilities of prevention so that the impact of seasonal fall is as little as possible.

I am referring to food and especially food supplements such as B vitamins and especially Biotin

What types of alopecia are there?

The different types of alopecia can be classified into the following categories. In this article, I want to place a special emphasis on androgenic alopecia.

Androgenic (common baldness): This is the most odious, due to the hormones or androgens that act in the areas that are most conducive to hair loss such as the frontal area or the crown.

The DHT mentioned above affects the hair bulb where it receives less and less watering until it reaches the point that the bulb loses all activity. Externally, the symptoms are that the hair becomes finer and weaker until the moment of its fall arrives, the bad thing, which will never come out again.

Areata: It is considered a disease caused by irregularities in the body, such as our own hormones or they can also be associated with other diseases. The way to manifest is when patches of hair gaps appear that usually have a rounded shape on the head.

The good thing that is easily distinguished from other types of alopecia and if it is treated properly for it is essential to select the right treatment, you can recover the hair in a few months. These treatments could well be minoxidil and if alopecia areata is of a higher proportion, it would be necessary to resort to laser therapy.

Scar: It is a type of irreversible alopecia, produced by a change of the skin in the external area, generally produced by some type of wound in the area. When this fact occurs inside the skin, the hair follicles are, to say the least, destroyed and annihilated.

These scars can be covered again by hair in the event that we undergo a hair transplant process.

Symptoms of baldness in youth

There is no specific pattern that must be given at a certain age, explaining myself better, what I mean is that alopecia can come at any time, especially when we least expect it.

In the case of young people and specifically in my case, when I had an analysis of the scalp in a dermatological clinic, they indicated that I had hereditary or androgenic baldness. They also told me that there was something that was speeding up the process and it is nothing more than an uncontrolled hair conditions “the damn sebum or hair fat.”

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All this I say because although it seems irrelevant to have dandruff, excess sebum or even seborrheic dermatitis, just the fact that they are continuously present causes irregularities in the natural cycle of hair. It is of vital importance to maintain control and revision of the hair especially those who suffer from some type of disorder in the scalp.

There is no remedy to prevent baldness, but if it can be stopped and prevented from progressing, it is necessary to take certain care of the hair. These cares may well be awash with shampoos that do not have sulfates and are not abrasive to the skin.

It is also important to take care of ourselves from the inside so that this good internal care manifests itself externally, I mean eating foods and supplements rich in vitamin B to strengthen hair growth and generally improve its condition. Other treatments would be the intake of Finasteride or saw palmetto that directly reduces DHT.

Vitamin B can serve as a preventative to alleviate the symptoms of a massive hair loss, but they do not remedy it.

So if you start to feel symptoms of your hair becoming thinner, you notice that you have more hairs in the shower or pillow than usual, they can be obvious symptoms that we are going through some type of hair loss. The important thing is to find out what it is about to try to give a solution and not let it pass.

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Hair loss treatment and solutions

If we have not prevented and are not aware and/or assume that we lose hair, what will happen is going to go further. One does not realize until there is no remedy even if we start some of the treatments mentioned above.

Today, the most feasible solution to recover lost hair is to undergo a hair transplant. With this, it is practically guaranteed to be able to recover that great bush of hair that we had long ago.

It is a process that is known to have good results, as is my case. For this reason, I recommend that if you are already in an advanced phase of hair loss and, to put it in some way, you are not getting along well, to end this unnecessary suffering at once.