Wondering what’s to blame for your worrying hair loss?
It may be more a case of who is to blame, with your parents’ genes possibly playing a significant role in your hair loss situation.
A wide range of factors can cause hair loss. Such as, autoimmune diseases, certain medications, health issues, ageing, or even the way we style our hair.
However, the most major cause of excessive hair loss is genetics; 90% of baldness cases are hereditary.
Let’s take a closer look at how our father or mother could be to blame for our thinning hair problems.
When we talk about baldness, or thinning hair, remember that a certain amount of hair loss every day is perfectly normal.
In fact, we generally lose around 50 to 100 hairs from our head each day.
However, you may start noticing excessive hair coming out your hairbrush; or when you wash your hair, or bald patches appearing in certain areas.
If this is the case, you may be experiencing hair loss beyond the normal amount. And genetics could be the cause.
One of the main conditions that causes excessive hair loss is androgenetic alopecia.
More commonly known as Male Pattern Baldness (MPB), androgenetic alopecia is a genetic predisposition.
It is, therefore, a hereditary condition.
Contrary to common belief, baldness is inherited not only from your mother’s side of the family.
Hereditary hair loss is passed on from either your mother or father’s genes. So, look closely at members from both sides of your family!
If your genes are to blame for your hair loss, you’re experiencing the unwanted effects of Male Pattern Baldness.
You might like to consider a hair transplant procedure.
These days, hair transplant is very safe and effective to give you back your hair as well as your confidence.
To find out more about treating Male Pattern Baldness, or androgenetic alopecia, talk to the experts at New Hair Clinic.
With a carefully selected team of professionals in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Perth, the clinic is dedicated to excellence in patient care, comfort and the highest achievable outcomes in hair restoration.
Make an appointment by calling 1800 694 481 or by filling out a quick online contact form.
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