Hair loss is an issue for some men who have a certain trait in their genes. This genetic trait is called androgenic alopecia and is passed among men within the family. Although not all male within the family will grow bald, especially since genetics has the capacity to skip generations, if your father and your brothers have become bald from male pattern baldness, then there is likelihood that you too will sport the condition at some point. Male pattern baldness occurs very slowly. While the issue can start in as early as your late teens, it is only during your mid-twenties that the symptoms will start to manifest. Aside from the increase in hairline, one other notable symptom is the visibility of your scalp through your hair. Continue reading
Hair loss is a serious issue for some men, especially if they like how their hair enhances their overall appearance. However, if you have inherited a certain genetic trait – androgenic alopecia – you will begin to suffer from hair loss once you reach a certain age, usually during mid-twenties. While it may seem that this is the age that your hair fall condition starts, the truth is that it actually started much earlier. This is because you begin to lose hair because your hair follicle has become thin to a point that it is no longer able to support the weight of the hair as well as hair growth.