Male Hair Loss?
Some men have areas on the scalp that are very sensitive to the male sex hormones that circulate in men’s blood. The hormones make the hair follicles – from which hair grows – shrink. Eventually, they become so small that they cannot replace lost hairs. The follicles are still alive, but are no longer able to perform their task.The condition usually starts in men aged 20 to 30 and follows a typical pattern.
Thyroid disease, Anemia, Protein deficiency, Chemotherapy, and low vitamin levels also cause hair loss.
First, a receding hairline develops, and gradually the hair on top of the head also begins to thin. Eventually, the two balding areas meet to form a typical U-shape around the back and sides of the head. The hair that remains is often finer and does not grow as quickly as it used to.
Hair Loss Treatment
Treatment by Medicine: Hair loss at early stages can be treated with medicines but depends upon the pattern and density of baldness.
Non-Surgical Treatments: Nonsurgical Hair Transplantation methods include PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma), Mesotherapy, Derma Roller & Stem Cell Treatment. Also, some other options are Hair Fiber Powders, Laser Combs, and Hairpieces to help bald people getting an ideal solution.
Hair Transplantation: Hair Transplant is a surgical technique that works mainly by the extracting hair from a Hair loss resistant area and planting them to a bald part. It can reinstate eyebrows, eyelashes, beard hair, and to fill in scars caused by accidents or surgery such as Facelift or previous Hair Transplants.
Hair Weaving: Hair Weaving is a nonsurgical technique of fixing a patch of natural human hair in the bald area. The patch is attached carefully to get it merged well with the existing hair. This process gives you natural looking hair but with a fixed look.