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5 Common Causes of Male Hair Loss

5 Common Causes of Male Hair Loss


Jul 23, 2016

Every man will experience hair loss at some point in his life, and there are dozens of reasons why it happens. The average person loses about 100 hairs a day. What separates people who lose 100 hairs per day and those with hair loss is that people experiencing hair loss generally do not grow back their lost hair. If you are starting to lose hair, you may notice more hair left behind in the shower, sink, or on your hair brush. You may even notice areas of thinning on your scalp, such as a wider part or a thinning crown. Many men are concerned with preventing hair loss, but in order to prevent it, you must first understand what causes it.

Medication

Sadly, there are literally dozens of drugs people take daily that can cause hair loss. How often do you read every single side effect listed on the prescriptions that you take? Anti-convulsants, anti-coagulants, and anti-thyroid medications are just a few of the types of medications that can lead to hair loss. Many of these medicines can cause your hair to shed at a quicker rate than the body can regrow them.

Male pattern baldness

This is the leading cause of male hair loss, and it is often the result of hair follicles shrinking over time, which leads to thinning hair. Over time, this of course, leads to baldness. Fortunately, Renew Hair & Skin Center offers hair loss treatment that can halt further hair loss, as well as restore the hair you have already lost.

Vitamin or mineral deficiency

Believe it or not, your diet and eating habits play a great role in hair growth, and the lack of certain key nutrients can cause hair loss. For example, if you have severely low iron levels, you will certainly experience hair loss. Some studies have indicated that being deficient in vitamin B12, as well as certain amino acids and protein, can lead to hair loss.

Infection and Ringworm

While there are a number of infections that can cause hair loss, the leading one is ringworm. Ringworm is a fungus, not a parasite, and it can affect your scalp. Ringworm can be easily cured if discovered.

Genes

This last one effects many men. Some men are genetically predisposed towards male pattern baldness. Certain genes can influence your predisposition towards male pattern baldness. If the cause of your thinning hair, or baldness is caused by genes, you may need hair loss restoration work done, as well as hair loss treatment.

If you're ready to tackle your hair loss once and for all and finally restore your full head of hair, contact Renew Hair Solutions today!




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