There is no doubt about it, there are many websites telling men how they can keep or regrow their hair. Playing on men’s fears about hair loss (and it is a genuine fear for many men) has been a tact within the industry for a long time. The service they then provide is often overly complicated, expensive and ineffective. There are some very simple facts about hair loss, hair retention and hair regrowth. Please note that when referring to the HAIR LOSS SOLUTION FOR MEN we are not referring to the name of a hair loss product, but rather to the information that you need in order to stop your hair loss and regrow new hair.
We would like to make it clear that this HAIR LOSS SOLUTION FOR MEN will not help in the prevention or treatment of Alopecia or other types of hair loss unrelated to male pattern baldness.
For legal reasons we cannot mention hair loss products by name, but you will have seen the various lotions, shampoos and mousses that claim to help with hair loss. Of all the topical (applied directly to the scalp) hair loss products, only one has shown any real promise, (rhymes with ‘be rain’) and the results have been mediocre at best.
There are certain establishments that will also help you to put together a hair loss ‘programme’. This is entirely unnecessary and usually represents a large financial investment in various ‘options’. There are currently only three effective ways to deal with male pattern baldness.
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Hair grows everywhere on the human skin except on the palms of our hands and the soles of our feet, but many hairs are so fine they’re virtually invisible. Hair is made up of a protein called keratin that is produced in hair follicles in the outer layer ofskin. As follicles produce new hair cells, old cells are being pushed out through the surface of the skin at the rate of about six inches a year. The hair you can see is actually a string of dead keratin cells. The average adult head has about 100,000 to 150,000 hairs and loses up to 100 of them a day; finding a few stray hairs on your hairbrush is not necessarily cause for alarm.
At any one time, about 90% of the hair on a person’s scalp is growing. Each follicle has its own life cycle that can be influenced by age, disease, and a wide variety of other factors. This life cycle is divided into three phases:
Anagen — active hair growth that lasts between two to six years
Catagen — transitional hair growth that lasts two to three weeks
Telogen — resting phase that lasts about two to three months; at the end of the resting phase the hair is shed and a new hair replaces it and the growing cycle starts again.
As people age, their rate of hair growth slows.
There are many types of hair loss, also called alopecia:
Involutional alopecia is a natural condition in which the hair gradually thins with age. More hair follicles go into the resting phase, and the remaining hairs become shorter and fewer in number
is a genetic condition that can affect both men and women. Men with this condition, called male pattern baldness, can begin suffering hair loss as early as their teens or early 20s. It’s characterized by a receding hairline and gradual disappearance of hair from the crown and frontal scalp. Women with this condition, called female pattern baldness, don’t experience noticeable thinning until their 40s or later. Women experience a general thinning over the entire scalp, with the most extensive hair loss at the crown.
Alopecia areata often starts suddenly and causes patchy hair loss in children and young adults. This condition may result in complete baldness (alopecia totalis). But in about 90% of people with the condition, the hair returns within a few years.
Alopecia universalis causes all body hair to fall out, including the eyebrows, eyelashes, and pubic hair.
Trichotillomania, seen most frequently in children, is a psychological disorder in which a person pulls out one’s own hair.
Telogen effluvium is temporary hair thinning over the scalp that occurs because of changes in the growth cycle of hair. A large number of hairs enter the resting phase at the same time, causing hair shedding and subsequent thinning.