Experiencing Male Pattern Baldness? Discover the "Pattern" Secret in Men and Women Hair Loss!
You probably never thought male pattern baldness or balding patches would happen to you!
For the first time in your life you look in the mirror and notice your hairline is receding! If you are a woman, you might be experiencing patches of hair loss!
In my case I was experiencing both; an extreme receding hairline and a bald spot!
Maybe you never stopped to think why male pattern baldness looks the same for everyone who is losing hair. Of course, that's why it's known as male "pattern" baldness!
I never thought about it until I started searching for natural home remedies for hair loss for myself!
What Causes the Pattern?
First we need to understand what significantly contributes to hair loss in women and men.
It's excessive oil!
Natural home remedy hair specialists who have been in the field of restoring hair loss - with success - for 20 years, say that 99% of the time hair loss in both men and women usually comes from one thing. Excessive oil!
This oil is called sebum. When this oil gets clogged in your scalp it stops the hair follicle from growing. Eventually the oil will prevent the root from surfacing. The end result is a receding hairline and what we know as "hereditary male pattern baldness" and androgenetic alopecia.
Also experts know that hair on a man's head grows "straight out" in some areas and in other areas grows laying down. This direction of hair growth is what forms the hereditary pattern in men's hair. For women, it's quite different in terms of the direction their hair tends to grow.
However, for men, the round spot in the back of the head which usually loses hair is the area that usually grows straight out. The same goes for the receding hairline areas. These areas tend to easily attract the excessive oils that clog these hair follicles on the head.
The hair that normally sticks straight out is the hair that will fall out first.
For women, it is different because their hair does not grows straight out in those areas. However, they will experience hair loss in patches that relate to hormone and other problems. Although women can experience similar limited receding hairline loss.
So this is the reason that certain areas of the scalp experience the first hair loss.
In fact, I think that 99% of the time, hereditary baldness in men can really be stopped or significantly improved by simple natural home remedies for hair loss! The experts don't want you to believe that, or you wouldn't buy their expensive hair transplants and medications!
In fact, the experts will tell you that most men are genetically predisposed to male pattern baldness; and it's just an effect that hormones have on the hair.
What Does Male Pattern Baldness Tell You about Your Health?
Really, balding is not hereditary as much as a tendency toward balding. This is because health and lifestyle habits can cause hair loss along with other symptoms.
I didn't believe that before, until I used a natural home remedy for hair loss to restore my own hair and dignity! Otherwise I'd still be trying to hide my bald spot with bandannas and other "hiding" techniques.
When you look in the mirror and your hair looks dry, brittle, frizzy, limp, lifeless, flat or even jagged looking, it is trying to tell you something.
It doesn't mean that you won't function normally throughout the day. However, the human body's capable of functioning effectively at very low health levels.
Male pattern baldness and hair loss is actually a symptom of the health level of your body.
When you are healthy physically and emotionally, your hair will be shining and your skullcap will be pliant. A moist healthy scalp makes it easier for hair to breakthrough and live!
When you are physically unhealthy and if you're emotionally upset you can expect your hair to look limp and lifeless.
At this point, the hair is getting weak and the oils that are produced by stress sebaceous glands create the clogging oils on your scalp that lead to extreme hair loss.
What Really Contributes to Male Pattern Baldness?
Major change in your lifestyle will often produce symptoms to your hair and skin.
While it seems that stress promotes hair loss, actually research shows there is only an indirect connection.
The truth is that stress goes hand-in-hand with good health habits.
For example: what do you do when you're in a hurry? Think about it. You have to get to work on time so you don't fix your hair, you may not even wash it. Because you're worried about paying the mortgage, you drink more coffee and soda. You forget to eat breakfast and when you do eat, it has no nutritional value. You might end the day with a TV dinner that has no nutritional value to promote hair regrowth.
You can add to that, no exercise, not enough sleep, dirty environments, $.99 shampoo and conditioner (filled with chemicals, and many have never really been tested for safety, much less health), and more!
Yes, your hair will be one of the first signs that your body is experiencing some sort of distress. Your hair, scalp and skin will show signs of health deficiencies. Even medications will show signs.
That includes over-the-counter drugs and chemically treated hair products used by women that make the effects even more drastic.
When I was experiencing extreme hair loss, I tried a natural hair loss remedy first, instead of taking any drastic measures like hair transplants and medications with side effects. Anything that can be fixed naturally is always going to be your best choice of action!
When I stopped my receding hairline and completely restored a bald spot in back of my head, I did it with simple natural hair loss remedies. My grandfather wore a toupee and my father was already bald at 48 when he retired from the army. And at 44 I already had hair loss pictures with extreme hair loss.
By using natural home remedies for hair loss, it took me less than 12 weeks before I was experiencing significant improvements, which included hair regeneration. My closest friend was absolutely surprised when she saw the new baby hairs growing in my receding hairline! So was I!