Androgenetic Alopecia: What it is and how to fix it
Androgenetic alopecia, also known as common alopecia or with the term baldness, is the most frequent form of hair thinning and falling. The scientific and medical explanation is affected by a series of interconnected factors, embracing substantially different disciplines, including dermatological medicine, endocrinology and various emotional and socio-psychological variables.
Genetic, hereditary and enzymatic factors contribute to the miniaturization of hair follicles, which lose their consistency, weaken and are no longer able to produce a hairline.
The thinning begins to become irreversible. The subsequent fall occurs more or less quickly, already from 18 years for men, while in women the highest peak is recorded immediately after or in conjunction with menopause. It can also happen that the hair becomes thinner and more fragile, less full-bodied and take on a lighter complexion much different from its original color. This is until you get to the complete death of the hair follicle that will not produce more hairstyles. As regards the hormones involved, it is estimated that in humans what is most related to alopecia androgenetic is DHT, while in the woman DHEA.
The cause of androgenetic alopecia is not actually attributable to androgen hormones per se, but the whole thing is to be sought in the genetic message brought by these. Basically what occurs is a greater sensitivity of the hair to this type of hormones that combined with other factors, causes baldness.
The psychological problems that can take over are well known. The image of oneself is visibly compromised and what results from it is poor self-acceptance. Many people live baldness with extreme discomfort and for this reason one of the most economical, quick, dark, harmless and fast remedies is represented by hair prostheses.
The wigs made in real and natural hair, for example, give the feeling of getting the thick hairstyle once! The hair, in fact, can be washed, dried, combed to the pare of the hair real. And finally, the prosthesis is a fast, timely and economical remedy, even without contraindications. Everyone can request and buy them, unlike the surgical and invasive methods.