Dealing With Male Pattern Baldness? Well You're Not Alone?

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asked Feb 15 in H&E by mathewjohn (8,820 points)

Knowing what may cause your hair Hair Revital X Review  loss is the first step to preventing balding. For instance, if you know your parents struggle with male or female pattern baldness, then there is a chance you also will suffer from this hair loss condition. Scientists have isolated the gene that causes this and can actually test your hair to see if you carry that gene. The test will only tell you if you will get androgenic alopecia, or pattern baldness. It does not test for any other type of baldness. Making sure that you eat a proper diet rich in protein with a multivitamin supplement designed for healthy hair can also help prevent hair loss. 

You can find these in pharmacies or even get a medical grade supplement prescribed by your doctor. The best thing to do if you know you are at risk for developing hair loss is to watch for signs of it beginning. Some of these signs are receding hairline, thinning hair, more hair than usual coming out when you brush. If you notice ay of these symptoms, you should see your dermatologist right away. Treatment works best when it is started as soon as the balding begins, before the follicle have deadened and will never grow hair again.Even though some men prefer the bald look, most men do not want to be bald. They would prefer to keep the same hick hair they had in their youth. This can be possible if they know about male hair loss prevention.

In order to prevent hair loss you need to know what the causes of male hair loss are and what you are at risk for getting. The most common reason for men to lose their hair is through male pattern hair loss. This is a genetic condition in which your hairline keeps receding until you have no hair left on the top of your head. It can even go back as far as your crown. Even though there is no cure for this problem, there are many different treatments available for this.

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