male-pattern-baldness

Also referred to as male pattern hair loss (MPHL) or androgenic alopecia, MPHL impacts up to 70% men and around 40% women at some point of time in their life. Men experience progressive hair loss at their temples and vertex, whereas women typically tend to see diffused loss of hair on the top of their scalps.
Causes:

  • A family history of baldness
  • Environmental factors
  • Lack of a proper diet
  • Neglecting one’s hair health or even illness

Symptoms:

  • Excessive hair loss
  • Overall thinning of hair
  • Reduction in the density of hair
  • Bald patch on top of the scalp
  • Partial baldness
  • Complete baldness at the later stage
June 4, 2018

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