Are You Experiencing Male Pattern Baldness on One Side?

There are approximately 75 million people in United States alone struggling with male pattern baldness (androgenetic alopecia). While many experience the standard hair loss pattern others experience the uncommon condition of male pattern baldness on one side. In this informational article titled "Are You Experiencing Male Pattern Baldness On One Side" we will explore the cause of the condition itself and what could be behind this abnormal type of pattern baldness.

Hair loss is can be simply described as hair re-growth not keeping up with hair loss. This is indeed the case with pattern baldness.

The average person can expect to lose about 100 hairs a day, most of which are replaced by the natural hair replacement cycle. And even if one loses a few more hairs than are replaced it likely is not noticed due to the over 100,000 scalp hair masking any minor hair loss. But if this imbalance continues for let's say 5 years, all of the sudden one day we look in the mirror and to our horror a small bald spot has emerged along with a great deal of thinning on top. If we were to estimate an imbalance of 25 hairs a day over the course of 5 years it would amount to 45,625 lost hairs and after 6 years the number would rise to 54,750. In other words somewhere between the fifth and sixth year we will have lost over 50 percent of all our existing hair. YIKS!

Male pattern baldness is an inherited androgen hormone driven condition that attacks and shrinks the hair follicles over the course of a couple of hair cycles. It's main facilitator is the androgen hormone dihydrotestosterone that once converted from testosterone by the enzyme 5 reductase type 2 residing in the hair cell binds to the follicle. As more and more DHT builds up the follicle begins to shrink eventually reaching a point where it can no longer participate in the hair replacement cycle. Over time thousands of follicles will be damaged leading to varying types and degrees of balding including male pattern baldness on one side.

Male pattern baldness on one side certainly is not the norm but it does happen. The reason for this is the configuration of hormone receptors and enzymes on the scalp. Remember testosterone must be converted to DHT by enzymes. So however your scalp was configured early in life that is the pattern which androgenetic alopecia will follow. Certainly, there are many different patterns including the aforementioned male pattern baldness on one side. The truth of the matter is that no matter whether you have a conventional or unconventional form of this condition the mechanism causing it is the same. The only clue as to what type of balding a person will incur could be gleamed from either one or both of their parents, due to the link between genetics and balding.

What Next? It is On a Currently there handful of hair re-Growth products (specially formulated for both men and women) Which have been proven to Effective both in blocking hormones and Harmful Bringing the all important 's hair the follicles by dead back to life. These specially formulated treatments can be used both as a preventative tool, starting before hair loss becomes severe, or after loss of hair has become noticeable. Whatever the level of balding or thinning you are experiencing these products could be just what is needed to overcome this latest life challenge.

Are You Experiencing Male Pattern Baldness on One Side? by Robert D Hawkins

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