How does hair loss happen in men?
Alopecia, commonly known as hair loss or hair fall is caused by some interruption in the body’s cycle of hair production. Hair loss happens to all body parts but is mainly noticed on scalp. On an average, a person has approx 1,00,000 hairs over his head that passes through 3 phases of a cycle before re-generating new hair, which include growing phase, resting phase and falling phase.
A person loses 50 to 100 hairs per day as a part of normal hair cycle. If a person experiences hair fall more than this limit the hair fall is abnormal and this may also lead to a hault in re-generation of hair.
All men lose some amount of hair progressively with their age. For some, the loss is barely noticeable and for some it is very obvious.
Many a times, the hair loss is severe and might occur at a younger age which can be very distressing.
There are 3 main areas of scalp that lose hair mostly but the pattern may vary from one person to another depending upon the extent and pace of loss in the aforementioned areas.
These three areas include:
- Hair Loss in Temple Region
It starts at the anterior hairline and move backwards. To some degree, it occurs in all males. Only 4% of young boys retain the straight anterior hairline.
- Hair Loss on the Crown Area
It starts around the whirl and spreads outwards in all direction to produce a circular baldness, leaving hair in the lower back and rear sides of your scalp.
- General Diffused Thinning over the Mid Frontal Scalp
It happens over the top of the head which is most prominent in Asian/ Indian men. The person instead of facing the complete baldness, would experience light presence of hair over the top of the scalp.
One important thing to be kept in mind is to not ignore these patterns. These should essentially be treated and with expert hands only. For all those facing the hair loss issue, can come to the best hair transplant doctors in Bhopal which are at nowhere other than Evolve Esthetique Clinic.