Hair loss in men can cause a great deal of uncertainty, especially at a younger age. Common problems include receding hairline, hair loss ath the temples, thin hair and a bald crown. One in three men aged between 20 and 50 suffer from early baldness. A hair transplant is a good solution for many men to rectify hair loss.
Causes of male hair loss
No man wants to deal with hair loss, a receding hairline, hair loss at the temples, a balding crown, or hair few and far between. Many men are annoyed at being bald and feel less confident for it. The most common causes of hair loss in men are:
• Hereditary baldness (androgenetic alopecia)
• Hair loss due to stress (telogen effluvium)
• Patchy hair loss (alopecia areata)
Hair Science Institute offers a suitable solution in our Clinics in the form of a Hair Stem Cell Transplant. Ask for a free consultation with no obligation and a doctor will discuss your personal situation with you. A diagnosis will be made, which will be used to put together an individual treatment plan.
Baldness in men is inherited and can occur at an early age. This is known as andogenetic alopecia. It is all because of a surplus of the dihydrotestosterone hormone. This shrinks the hair follicles and prevents healthy hair. from growing in certain spots on the scalp. Ultimately, the hair dies as a result and no more hair can grow. This leads to thin hair, bald spots, and eventually permanent baldness.
If baldness is restricted to certain places, this is caused by alopecia areata, an autoimmune disorder. This usually begins with bald patches on the head, but can extend over the rest of the body. One thing that many men are familiar with is bald spots in their beard. This may be caused suddenly by stress. Alopecia areata can usually be treated with Hair Stem Cell Transplantation.
The impact of hair loss
To give you a better idea, watch this video to see how our doctor Kristel Van Herwijnen describes the impact of hair loss on men.
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