It’s common knowledge that genetic hair loss affects the majority of men and more women today. It is commonly called male and female pattern baldness (MPB and FPB) and is medically known as the term androgenic alopecia. But there are many other hair loss conditions that aren’t necessarily genetic that still affect many people on a daily basis and are no less stressful for the sufferer. So, in this article, …
First signs of hair loss can be distressing. Before jumping into a treatment find out the cause first. It can save a lot of time, money and frustration.
Traction can be caused by pulling the hair from the root but this is generally minimal. Tight headbands and clips can also cause the hair to break.
There are many forms of hair loss. The hereditary hair loss condition is called androgenic alopecia. Male Pattern Baldness (MPB) in men and Female Pattern Baldness (FPB) in women. This form of hair loss is passed down genetically from family members. There is a predestined potential this gene will be inherited by one or more family members.