Do you suffer from hair loss and don't know how to stop it? In this section we explain everything about androgenic alopecia.
What is Androgenic or Androgenetic Alopecia?
This is the most common form of alopecia or baldness and affects more than 60% of men throughout their lives, where the most frequent affected area is the frontal region or the entrances of the head and crown. Believe it or not, in a lower percentage this alopecia also occurs in women.
How to Prevent Androgenic Alopecia? Can it be reversed?
Desperate for the loss of your hair? What to do to stop so much fall? Alopecia as such is a problem that has no cure, since it is not a disease as such but a condition that is generated from a root cause. However, it can be avoided and there are treatments that help you fight it in case you already have the problem.
How to know if you have Androgenetic Alopecia?
There are some signs that can help, such as redness and itching on the scalp, weakness and easy shedding of the hair in large quantities when you go or brush it. But to have an exact diagnosis, it is important that you see a specialist doctor, since there are more signs and symptoms that will define if your problem is exactly alopecia.
At What Age Does Androgenetic Alopecia Begin?
This type of alopecia, which is also known as common baldness, is the one that most men in the world present, but at what point does the loss begin? How long would I be completely bald? Here we present all the information you need to know.