Mostly men have a problem of hair loss in their life time, which is increasing with age. Mostly, 95% of hair thinning in men is male pattern hair loss (also known as androgenic alopecia).The incidence of pattern baldness varies from population to population and is based on genetic background. The reason for this type of baldness is DHT (Dihydrotestosterone), a powerful sex hormone, that can very badly affect the hair located on the head. DHT, hormone causes male hair loss by shortening the growth (anagen) phase of hair cycle, by decreasing the size of the hair follicle. The rate at which males lose hair is depending upon person to person.
The progression of male pattern baldness is generally classified on the Hamilton–Norwood scale, in the 1970s. which ranges from stages I to VII.
WE DO NOT ACTUALLY OBSERVE HAIR LOSS
MILD RECESSION OF THE FRONTAL LINE, SLIGHTLY EVIDENT AT THE TEMPLES
DEEPEST RECESSION OF THE HAIRLINE REPRESENTS THE EARLIER STAGE OF HAIR LOSS
DEEP RECESSION OF THE FRONTAL HAIR LINE TO THE SHAPE OF Μ
DEEPEST RECESSION OF THE FRONTAL LINE. THERE IS A MORE EXTENDED THINNING AREA
HAIR LOSS ALSO EXTENDS TO THE CROWN
EXTENDED THINNING IN THE CROWN. THE FRONTAL HAIRLINE TENDS TO MEET THE CROWN, BUT THERE IS STILL A STRIP OF HAIR SEPARATING HAIRLINE AND CROWN
THINNING ON THE UPPER AND FRONTAL PART OF THE SCALP IN THE SHAPE OF A HEMICYCLE
EXTENDED THINNING AT THE CROWN. THE FRONTAL HAIRLINE STARTS MEETING THE CROWN
EXTENDED THINNING ON THE UPPER AND FRONTAL PART OF THE SCALP
THINNING TENDS TO EXTEND TO THE SIDES OF THE SCALP
EXISTING HAIR IS RESTRICTED TO THE BACK AND SIDES OF THE SCALP
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