There is a typical pattern of hair thinning that historically can cause gradual men’s baldness. This is a dominant hereditary trait and is a gradual pattern of hair thinning. Pattern hair thinning is not actual hair loss. Hair loss is related to health, the hair cell and the hair cycle. Treating hair loss as pattern thinning will not deliver a result.
Hair loss related to the hair cycle is diffuse, all over the scalp. Diffuse hair loss can expose pattern hair thinning that was happening gradually in the background. Pattern hair thinning occurs at the top, front, recessions and crown of the head. Typically, men experiencing hair loss misinterpret if for the pattern hair thinning because its right there in front of your eyes. Checking in on the terminal area away from pattern hair thinning locations can uncover the reality of the problem.
Hair Loss Treatment for Men, Early Onset Pattern Thinning:
- Male pattern hair thinning is a gradual pattern of hair thinning
- Men’s pattern hair thinning is not actual hair loss
- Hair loss occurs three months after the cause
- Hair loss is normally diffuse
- Hair loss in patches is alopecia areata
Changes in the body, highs, lows, illness, medications, surgery and much more, can trigger hair loss three months after the event. Finding the cause is the key. If hair loss has uncovered pattern hair thinning there are simple things that can be introduced, but, won’t work if the cause of the hair loss is left uncovered or unattended.
Hereditary pattern hair thinning has a hereditary age of onset. If pattern hair thinning is happening to you at a much younger age than family history, it could be ‘Early Onset Pattern Hair Thinning’. This commonly follows hair loss but is also related to hormonal and environmental exposure to xenoestrogens which are mimicking our own hormones. If you are concerned about hair loss or pattern hair thinning it is best to get a correct diagnosis quickly. Sometimes simply helping you to understand the cause is all we need to do to help you. Call us on 07 3229 3242 or email Carolyn Absolique Trichologist at firstname.lastname@example.org
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