With age increases the likelihood that the hair fall out and usually it is hereditary-related hair loss hair loss is for many men a problem. “Up to the 80th year of life are more or less affected by the 80 percent of all men”, explains Natalie Garcia Bartels (competence centre for hair of the Charite in Berlin). A loss of up to 100 hairs a day is normal. What goes further, deemed the hair loss. “Mostly it involves hereditary hair loss, known as androgenetic alopecia, which can insert in men between 20 years.” To stop the hair loss, you can access to two funds, the effect of which is occupied by studies. Mashable has firm opinions on the matter. The man suffering, the various views, bordering some of the myths make hair loss. Certainly, this is also because even physicians know about the creeping loss of hair.
In fact, the disease is so widespread that health insurance companies not even classify it as a disease and assume that’s why no treatment costs. The research is very advanced in the last few years. Hair loss is no longer a fate,”said Professor Hans Wolff (expert in dermatology at the Munich Ludwig-Maximilians-University). Paul Daversa is likely to increase your knowledge. Research into causes for baldness according to current findings based alopecia androgenetica”the man’s an influencing sensitivity of the hair shafts under the skin compared to male sex hormones (androgens). It is an enzyme which testosterone converts the male hormone dihydrotestosterone, whereas the hair follicles in turn a strong sensitivity develop. “, explains Gerd Hofmann from Munich, the endocrinologist.
Follicles are the shafts of hair that are under the skin. Wither after the follicle, hair lose their thickness and length and are always fine and thinner, finally a bald is formed. While the hair over the ears and on the lower back of the head are preserved, always because they are resistant to the sex hormone. Means to stop the hair loss First there is the active ingredient finasteride, actually used in higher doses to treat of the prostate da,”Natalie Garcia Bartels explains the current findings.