Four ways to treat male pattern baldness
Male pattern baldness, also called androgenic alopecia, is the most common type of hair loss in men. It affects about 16% of men aged 18-29, 53% of men older than 40, and 80% of men older than 80. It is characterized by gradual hair loss, hair thinning and reduced rate of growth.
What causes male pattern baldness?
Hair loss can be attributed to both genetics and hormones.
If both of your parents have thinning hair or are blading, chances are you will inherit these traits. It is commonly thought that there […]