Thinning hair and baldness usually results from an inherited tendency that manifests itself as one grows older.
The most common cause of hair loss in men is male pattern hair loss [androgenetic alopecia]. It is an inherited tendency that is almost universal amongst white men, although some seem to develop the problem earlier than others. Recent surveys have suggested that 30 per cent of men have some pattern baldness by the age of 30 years and 50 per cent have it by the age of 50. Some lose their hair quite quickly, but the average man takes 15 to 20 years to go bald. Black men are a lot less likely to bald prematurely.
The best advice would be to discuss this problem with your trichologist and make him or her aware of how desperate you’re feeling about your hair loss.
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