Does a lack of vitamins contribute to loss of hair?

Monday, March 18th, 2013
There's often a number of factors and beyond a particular contributing factor along with hair loss. Hormonal changes in pregnancy can cause premature hair loss among ladies. Medications or surgical treatment may result in premature hair loss for several. Stress and anxiety could possibly be a contributing element for some. ...Continue reading »

Hair Loss In Male Pattern Baldness

Tuesday, November 16th, 2010
Male pattern baldness or otherwise known as androgenetic aloprecia affects millions of men around the world. Andro refers to the androgens (testosterone, dihydrotestosterone) necessary to produce male pattern hair loss. Genetic refers to the inherited gene necessary for male pattern baldness to occur. Hair loss may begin any time after ...Continue reading »

What Causes Male Pattern Baldness?

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010
If you are suffering from male pattern baldness, it can be downright embarrassing. But believe it or not, baldness is a scientific problem just like any other problem with your body, and this means you can handle a scientific problem like baldness with science itself. Like many other conditions ...Continue reading »

Causes of Hair Thinning in Men

Thursday, August 5th, 2010
Thinning of hair has always been one of the most common problems in today?s males. The most surprising fact is the occurrence of hair thinning in men in the age group of 24- 40. But, rather than worrying it is more important to find the cause of the hair ...Continue reading »

Male Hair Loss – Causes and Treatment

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010
Causes A number of men contain patches on the scalp; these patches are incredibly susceptible to the male sex hormones that are present in the men's blood. These hormones cause the hair follicles shrinkage. Ultimately, these hair follicles become so minute that they cannot restore lost hair. Though these follicles remain ...Continue reading »

Combating the Causes Of Hair Loss

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009
Losing hair is mostly seen in aging people and if it is seen in young people it is an issue to be taken care of. If a person is undergoing an illness or if there is a lack of proper nutrition then a person is likely to lose hair. There ...Continue reading »

Will intense exercise increase the rate of hairloss due to male pattern baldness?

Thursday, February 5th, 2009
In the past I rarely did exercise, but starting few months ago, I have been running on a treadmill for 30 minutes a session without resting.  Will doing such intense workouts increase the rate of my hair thinning and falling out? When I look in the mirror, it seems like this is ...Continue reading »

Can stress trigger male pattern baldness?

Saturday, December 6th, 2008
I started to get male pattern baldness from about age 21. I am losing hair at the front of my head, but haven't lost any from the back. Could this be a result of stress? I read somewhere that stress related hair loss is usually patchy. My hairloss appears to be typical male pattern ...Continue reading »

Inheriting Male Pattern Baldness

Tuesday, November 18th, 2008
The prevalent thinking about baldness is that men inherit their hair, or lack of it, from their mother's father. However this doesn't explain the many men whose heads look like their own fathers'. Researchers have now identified a new gene variation associated with early hair loss that can be inherited from ...Continue reading »

Genetic cause of Male Pattern Baldness

Tuesday, November 18th, 2008
Recent research projects for male pattern baldness have  focused on locating the specific genes which initiate  baldness in men.  The research shows that it is not just one gene, but a number of interacting genetic triggers which increase the chances of male pattern baldness appearing. The latest research has identified ...Continue reading »