So What Can And Can’t Be Done For Balding
What can you actually do when it comes to hair loss in and all around Inverness
Millions of men and women are constantly fighting the battle with hair loss. A sense of dread and maybe even disgrace may be what those experiencing hair loss are feeling. Most men seem to have little problem with shaving their heads when they begin to experience hair loss. It only makes sense if they are not concerned with being totally bald. This can be a very intense and not easily overcome experience for some. These are the people that the hair loss industry is here for and have a variety of alternatives available. Figure out the one that will best suit you and then get on with it.
Both men and women can lose their hair at some point in their lives, with a variety of reasons leading to what each experiences. If you suspect your hair is thinning, then you should talk to your doctor about it. Your family doctor may ask you to see a dermatologist for your condition. Women can actually have what is called “female pattern hair loss” just like men! Most of the time, this condition provides thinning on top of the head only. Hair will not fall out so much from the sides of a woman’s head, but will get thin on the top instead. For short periods of time, with some people, for a variety of reasons, hair can fall out in patches. Chronic exposure to stress has been known to cause hair to fall out in such a manner. In fact, I knew someone that happened to, and this person had bald patches on his head. There are many unusual situations, like this, which will cause hair to fall out in such a manner. That person removed himself from the situation that was causing the hair loss and the hair grew back. The chronic levels of stress that my friend experienced caused his hair to fall out – he did not know this until thinking about what had happened. So, the lesson with that is to look at your entire life situation and gather as many clues as possible.
There is a genetic reason that most men begin to lose their hair. It has to do with male pattern baldness and the genes passed down from their parents. Men automatically tend to think that the hair loss cause is from their father’s side of the family. Actually, for men the cause is from the mother’s side of the family. The hair loss gene is in a group called sex linked genes because they are either on the X or Y chromosomes. The gene in question is on the X chromosome and is a recessive rather than dominant gene. The reason the X Chromosome gene is expressed as male pattern baldness is because males only get one X Chromosome from their moms.
It is a good idea, if you are experiencing hair loss, to learn more about why this is happening to you before trying any specific treatment. If at some point you notice that your hair is much better than before, start finding out why this is actually occurring.