Male Hair loss (Alopecia) is a very common problem for many men of all different ages. Throughout their life more than 70% of men will start to experience some form of hair loss. Whether this be in your teenage years or later, when hair loss starts to happen it can be devastating, and soon you can be looking in the mirror to find someone who just doesn’t look like you anymore.
The most common type of hair loss in men is referred to as Androgenic Alopecia. This hair loss is caused by a combination of your inherited genes and the changing hormones. Other types of hair loss conditions include autoimmune disorders such as Alopecia Areata; Alopecia Totalis; Alopecia Universalis. Or other created conditions such as Trichotillomania; Traction Alopecia, Chemotherapy or hair loss caused by the use of certain medications. All of these can also be treated in some form or another.
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