Genetic hair loss

Is it possible for people to avoid genetic hair loss?


Hereditary or genetic-based hair loss is one of the most common reasons for Male Pattern Baldness; it can be seen as a natural condition that has been going on in your family for years and with each generation. 


If genetics is combined with age and hormones, then it becomes even more severe in many cases. Hair loss is not gender induced; both men and women face hair loss which can begin as early as in their 20s; however, women usually face severe hair loss during their menopause. 


This condition is commonly known as androgenetic alopecia; this type of hair loss begins with the thinning of hair and causes changes in the growth pattern. With time people have noticed that their hair does not grow back at certain parts of their scalp.

Here are some of the common symptoms of genetic-based hair fall 

1) Starts with thinning of hair

Genetic-induced hair fall begins with thinning of hair, and you can often notice insane amounts of hair on your pillow, comb, or in your bathroom after a hair wash. 

2) Begins at the Temples and Crown

In men, genetic-induced hair fall begins at the Temples and Crown region, which then proceeds in an M shape pattern. It can also be seen if you go bald at the vertex and can lead to total baldness with age. 


A genetically induced hair fall is easily noticeable, you might have seen the same thing happening to other male members of your family, but it can be prevented if you start early.

Every hair problem comes with a solution, and here are all the resorts you can rely on when dealing with genetic-induced hair fall.

Two of the most effective medications that you can use to reduce the effects of hair fall are minoxidil, also known as Rogaine, and finasteride, also known as Propecia

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