Male pattern baldness
Despite all the different causes of hair loss, the leading cause is one that we can’t do much about. Male pattern baldness, medically known as androgenetic alopecia, refers to hair thinning in an “M-shaped” pattern that is typically mentioned when men talk about balding.
Over time, the hair follicles will change and shrink leading to thinning hair. While many treatments are available, they aren’t guaranteed to work and most only slow progression (although some can lead to hair regrowth) and are not permanent solutions for hair loss. In the end, we’re all victims of our genes — and that’s something that will never change, along with the last resort of embracing your baldness.
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