Hair Loss Pattern

Pattern Hair Loss in Men

When men lose their hair, the hair loss tends to follow a particular pattern throughout their scalp. That is why such hair loss is often called Pattern Hairloss. The chart below shows the typical stages of Male Pattern Hair Loss. For Women, hair loss generally tends to be a thinning of individual hair strands and…

women hair loss

Female Pattern Hair Loss

90% of all Hairloss is Pattern Hair Loss The most common form of hair loss and balding is known as Adrogenetic Alopecia (AGA), also called Male or Female Pattern Hair Loss, which represents the vast majority of all hair loss cases. Scientists now believe that approximately 90% + of the hair loss seen in Women…

types of hair loss

Types of Hair Loss

Andro Genetic Alopecia – Pattern Hair Loss Androgenetic Alopcia (AGA) – also known as Male or Female pattern hair loss or pattern baldness. This is the most common type of hair loss. This affects approximately 60 million people in America: 40 million males and 20 million females. About 95% of the men and women who…

Cause of Hair Loss

Causes of Hair Loss

Heredity (Genetics) When there is a family history having a genetic predisposition or susceptibility to thinning hair and hair loss, it is commonly known as male or female pattern hair loss. In pattern hair loss, the enzyme 5-Alpha-Reductase (5AR) is primarily responsible for the conversion of the circulating hormone Testosterone into the hormone Di -…

Normal Hair Growth Stages

The 3 Normal Hair Growth Stages

Three Stages of Normal Hair Growth For both men and women, healthy human hair normally follows a cycle of three stages of growth: 1. Growth (Anagen stage) 2. Transition (Catagen stage) 3. Resting (Telogen stage) Then new hair growth starts over again. normal hair growth cycle Growth (Anagen) Stage Normal healthy hairs grow at the…