October 18, 2017
Male pattern baldness is also known as Androgenic Alopecia and it can begin at any age. Balding can begin at the age of 15/16 age and have chances that it will widespread gradually. It’s not important that you will have to suffer entirely from baldness, but it’s also possible that first hair thinning or receding hairline occurs.
At the age of 20, the 20% of people have to suffer from the hair associated problems like hair thinning, hair loss and baldness. The results are least visible at this age but at the age of 50, 50% of people have to suffer from the prominent issues of hair. But the majority victims of alopecia start noticing their hair loss in their late twenties.
There are many other causes too, which contribute to this annoying problem i.e. hair thinning, hair loss or baldness.
The annoying problem, hair loss occurs gradually and then it begins to appear in patches or in diffused patterns. Losing 50-100 hair strands are normal but if you are losing more than 100 hair strands then you have to worry.
You can test the severity of hair loss by performing some tests like:
It’s really important to consult a trichologist in time. He will examine your scalp very carefully and then he will recommend you to get a suitable treatment according to the severity of your hair loss.
Don’t try to use temporary treatments because they provide worst results and they also can damage your skin very badly, can cause infections, side effects, and complications. They only claim to provide expected results but actually, they don’t.
Nowadays both genders, men, and women are suffering from hair loss problem. But they can cure it by getting a permanent treatment i.e. hair transplant.
No one wants to look older due to hair loss problem, it’s the main cause which affects the self-esteem of an individual. Now you don’t have to worry because cosmetics world has been advanced and a permanent solution is invented to grow hair naturally i.e. hair transplant. Hair transplantation involves surgical and non-surgical techniques and the cost of a procedure depends on a number of required hair follicles.
There are many types of hair loss which can be treated by medications but hereditary hair loss is the one, which can only be treated by getting a hair transplant.