Causes and Treatment for Male Pattern Baldness

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Male pattern baldness is a hereditary and hormonal condition that makes you lose hair. It’s by far the most prevalent cause of hair loss in men, affecting more than 50 percent of all men with the age of fifty.

The male pattern baldness is majorly common in middle-aged and older men, and it may happen at any age. It’s simple to panic if you notice your hairline beginning to fall. Luckily, a type of safe and effective hair loss treatment is found today that may assist you in maintaining your existing hair, help your lost hair grow back restoratively, and get your self-esteem back. Below are the causes and treatment of male baldness.

Causes Male Pattern Baldness?

Male pattern baldness is created by two factors: the release of androgenic hormones like dihydrotestosterone. Then your hair is now sensitive to these hormones.

DHT is an androgen that’s brought naturally by your body. DHT is a byproduct of the sex hormone testosterone. Meaning your body can convert a small amount of the testosterone you make into DHT regularly.

The time of pregnancy, childhood, and puberty. DHT is an essential hormone for helping you to form male characteristics. 

Things such as your body hair, your genitalia, and the shape of your jaw. Your voice with other characteristically male features is all the result of your exposure to DHT.

The 5-alpha reductase enzyme brings DHT. The enzyme is good for changing some of your circulating testosterone to the DHT on an ongoing basis. You can get the 5-alpha reductase enzyme in the prostate, liver, skin with hair follicles.

 Helping you form male genitalia and secondary sex features in puberty. DHT is the essential hormone responsible for male or female pattern baldness. DHT makes hair loss through binding to your hair follicles. Once it’s bound to the hair follicles, DHT causes the hair to shrink and weaken. It starts slowing down hair growth and stops the strand from producing new hairs.

But for some men, DHT isn’t a big deal. It circulates freely in their bodies, not affecting their hair in any noticeable way. 

However, some men are more sensitive to DHT and notice hair loss in their early-to-mid 20s or late teens.

The higher the sensitivity your hair follicles are to DHT, the easier you will notice your hair thinning and falling out.

Treatment

Treatment is not essential when you are comfortable with your appearance. Hair weaving, hairpieces, or change of hairstyle can disguise hair loss. This is usually the least expensive and better approach for male baldness.

Medicines that treat Male Pattern Baldness include:

Minoxidil (Rogaine)

A solution that is applied directly to the scalp to produce the hair follicles. It slows hair loss for many men, with other men grow a new inch. Hair loss responds if you stop using this medicine.

Finasteride (Propecia)

The pill interferes with the release of a highly active form of testosterone which is linked to baldness. It slows hair loss. It works pretty better than minoxidil. Hair loss gets back if you stop using this medicine.

Dutasteride is almost the same as finasteride, though it may be more effective.

Conclusion

Female or male pattern baldness has become more popular among several people as it affects men or women. The procedure typically needs multiple sessions, and it can be expensive. So make your best choice.

 


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