Hair Loss Treatments
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The NHS states male-pattern baldness is the most common type of hair loss, affecting 50% of all men by the age of 50. Symptoms of male pattern baldness include thinning hair and hair loss. There is no known cure for hair loss or baldness. It usually starts in one's late twenties to early thirties with the majority of men having some margin of hair loss by their late thirties. They explain: “Male-pattern baldness is hereditary, which means it runs in families. It's thought to be caused by oversensitive hair follicles, linked to having too much of a certain male hormone.” But thinning and receding hair is the precursor to losing hair completely. NationWide Pharmacies can supply confidential Alopecia treatment for hair loss prevention and reversal for men: Regaine extra strength and Propecia / finasteride 1mg tablets. Finasteride is a treatment for men and is orally ingested in tablet form. However, it's production was originally intended for the treatment of enlarged prostate glands. Science has discovered that Finasteride restricts the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT), reducing its amount in the bloodstream. Subsequent studies have indicated there is an 80% to 90% chance of reducing the pace or even terminating hair lost due to male pattern baldness. The other option available is to have a hair transplant which can promote hair regrowth.