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Male Hair loss

Hair loss in men can be a temporary or permanent. Temporary hair loss can be easy to fix when its causes is identified and dealt with. Hair loss that could possibly have been temporary, may become long lasting as a result in incorrect diagnosis. mHm will help you identify the causes of your hair loss and lead you to the right products/treatments for your particular kind of hair loss.

Male Pattern baldness

Androgenetic Alopecia or common male pattern baldness s responsible for the vast majority of hair loss in men. While there are many possible reasons people lose their hair, including serious disease, reaction to certain medications, and in rare cases extremely stressful events, most hair loss in men can be blamed on heredity.

Male pattern baldness sufferers are inheriting hair follicles with a genetic sensitivity to Dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Hair follicles that are sensitive to DHT begin to miniaturize, shortening the lifespan of each hair follicle affected. Eventually, these affected follicles stop producing hair.

Male pattern baldness is generally characterized with the onset of a receding hairline and thinning crown.

The first is the Vertex Pattern, where initial hair loss appears in the temporal areas of the front hairline with simultaneous hair loss occurring in in crown region on the top of the head. Eventually hair loss encompasses the entire scalp region of the head. The speed at which this occurs or when it starts comes down to individual variations.

The second pattern is the Anterior Pattern, where initial hair loss appears in the temporal areas of the front hairline and then progresses rearwards towards the crown until hair loss encompasses the entire scalp region.
my HAIR matters offers many different treatment options to treat.

 


How can I identify which is the right treatment?

If you are unsure what may be causing your hair loss, you should always consult your medical professional or trichologist before commencing treatment. Alternatively, you can read about our treatment programs or contact us to find out which treatment is right for you.