So far, the most common culprit of hair loss in the male populace is male-pattern hair loss, also referred to as androgenetic alopecia or common baldness. This is all because of a certain male hormone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT) that acts upon genetically-vulnerable scalp hair follicles, which in the end makes them become gradually smaller, and in time, they will eventually disappear. This process is known as “miniaturization”.
3 Main Factors that Cause Hair Loss in Men
There are 3 main factors that cause hair loss in men – age, genes, and hormones. Continue reading