Answering Your Men’s Hair Loss Questions

Understanding the cause of men’s hair loss may better indicate exactly why it presently has no cure.

The most common cause of hair loss in men, is male pattern baldness representing almost 95% of all hair loss in men. Men who have this type of hair loss usually have inherited it as part of their genetic makeup.

Men’s Hair Loss Causes.

Male Hair Loss CausesANDROGENETIC ALOPECIA – the modem medical term for male pattern hair loss – can be broken down in two parts.
First, Androgenetic, consisting of ANDROGEN (Any of the various hormones that control the appearance and development of masculine characteristics such as testosterone). And GENETIC–the inheritance of genes from either the mother or the father’s side of the family. Add AGE, which when coupled with genetics, represents a time clock that will signal the hair follicle to produce an enzyme named “5 alpha reductase.” When the testosterone present in the follicle combines with the enzyme 5 alpha reductase, it produces dihydrotestosterone (DHT).

Second, ALOPECIA meaning hair loss, of which there are many types.

Put simply, scientists are working against aging, hormones and genetics. This is no easy task. Add the fact that male or female pattern hair loss is not life threatening, and it is easy to see why many physicians do not view hair loss as a priority in scientific research.

What is working for you in terms of research is that large pharmaceutical firms now know that a cure for hair loss could mean a fortune in revenue for their companies and stockholders.

Although we may not see a cure in our lifetime, it is possible. Science is closer to understanding hair loss due to many recent advancements. To say the cure is around the corner would only be speculation but hope certainly is alive.

Causes of Hair Loss in Men

  • Alopecia areata: Generally thought to be an autoimmune disorder. Causes “patchy” hair loss, often in small circular areas in different areas of the scalp.
  • Alopecia totalis: Total hair loss of the scalp, (an advanced form of alopecia areata).
  • Alopecia universalis: Hair loss of the entire body, (also an advanced form of alopecia areata).
  • Traction alopecia: Hair loss caused by physical stress and tension on the hair such as prolonged use of hair weaving, corn rows etc.
  • Telogen effiuvium: Hair loss Caused by Physical stress, emotional stress, thyroid abnormalities, medications and hormonal causes normally associated with females.
  • Anagen effiuvium: Generally due to internally administered medications, such as chemotherapy agents, that poison the growing hair follicle.
  • Trichotillomania (TTM), or “trich” as it is commonly known, is an impulse control disorder characterized by the repeated urge to pull out scalp hair, eyelashes, facial hair, nose hair, eyebrows or other body hair, often resulting in noticeable bald patches.
  • Chemotherapy: One of the most common side effects of chemotherapy treatment is hair loss. Chemotherapy hair loss may occur on the scalp, face, underarms, and other places on the body.

State of the Art Men’s Hair Restoration

For men suffering from alopecia, male pattern baldness, and other causes of hair loss, our commitment to the highest professional standards allows us to offer totally customized hair replacement solutions specifically tailored to your individual situation.

The result is that your individually customized hair replacement restores your natural appearance as though the hair is growing naturally out of your scalp, with a totally naturally looking hairline, and a completely natural feel to the touch.

Seeing is Believing

With hair restoration, there are lots of options to consider but only one phone call you need to make. Call us today, or simply click here to request more information or to request a free, no-obligation consultation.

Get Information Now

A trained Transitions Hair Solutions specialist will work privately, one-on-one with you to address all your hair loss concerns.

Full Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Phone

City, State, Zip

Question or Comment

Privacy Policy

Male Pattern Baldness