Hair loss in men
Alopecia in men is caused mainly by genetic and hormonal factors, even though stress and lifestyle can also significantly affect the health and condition of the hair. It usually starts with either a receding hairline or thinning at the crown of the head, creating a progressive reduction of the hair follicles, until finally hair comes off. Its causes are due to a local increase in dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a male hormone bringing about a shortening to the hair growth phase.
Hair loss is a very common problem in men and directly affects their image, having a great influence on the physical appearance of those who suffer it. So much is the case that many of them, when faced with these circumstances, start feeling powerless, as if they had lost some physical attractiveness, acknowledging as a result a partial loss in their self-confidence.
That’s the reason why the right foresight and treatment help fighting against hair loss