Men's Hair Loss
Hair loss can be a sensitive topic for most men: jokes by from friends and family and concerns of significant others in your life, all impact one's self-confidence. Let's face it; some people don't look good bald.
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According to the Canadian Dermatology Association, male pattern baldness affects over 50% of men. While 4 out of 5 men by the time they are 70 will have some degree of baldness. Typically it is marked by a receding hairline and hair loss at the crown of the head.
The primary reason for male hair loss is genetic makeup, hormone levels and severe stress. Other reasons that occur in less than 2% of the population, include:
• Alopecia Areata
• Alopecia Totalis
• Alopecia Universalis
• Scarring Alopecias
According to the Canadian Dermatology Association, "female pattern baldness usually involves thinning of hair on the top, or the “crown” of the scalp. About 40 percent of women experience some signs of thinning hair by age 50. Genetics is believed to be involved, as well as some hormonal effect."
Hair loss in females can also be caused by genetics, hormonal imbalance, severe stress, dramatic weight loss, and medications. Genetic female pattern baldness shows up in thinning on the sides and top of the scalp. Most women experience this type of hair loss after age 50. Other reasons that occur in less than 2% of the population, include:
• Alopecia Areata • Alopecia Totalis• Alopecia Universalis• Scarring Alopecias