Hair Loss in Men. Hair loss (Male Pattern Baldness) will affect around 85% of men at some point in their life. Once considered just a sign of aging, Minoxidil is now proven to slow the signs of hair loss and significantly promote new hair growth, where once it was gone. Minoxidil stops hair loss!
Hair Loss Can be Treated
Hair Loss in Men – You Can Treat It!
Hair loss in many cases is a normal part of life. Some men are lucky enough that it won’t affect them in any substantial way, but Male Pattern Baldness will affect anything up to 85% of men at some point in their life.
You might first notice hairs on your pillow in the morning, or you might see your parting line getting a little bigger, or even the dreaded ‘bald spot’ starts to appear on your crown. While common, these things aren’t fun, at all. But it can be treated!
Am I Losing My Hair?
It’s not a silly question and a simple check will tell you. Pay attention to your parting line, this is possibly the first sign and the easiest to spot. If the line looks wider, or you can see what seems like a lot of skin, you may be at the beginning of a well-defined pattern of increasing baldness. It may not make you completely bald, but you’re probably one of the 85% of men who will, in time, lose their hair in the classic style of Male Pattern Baldness.
Unless you think this hair loss is due to other factors (below), you are probably a victim of genetic hair loss, or Male Pattern Baldness.
Male Pattern Baldness (or Androgenic Alopecia) is the most common form of ongoing baldness in men, but isn’t not the only form. Hair loss can be caused by a number of other things, including illness or surgical procedures, stressful circumstances, changes in hormone levels and even scalp infections. But in most of these cases, your hair loss is not permanent.
With Male Pattern Baldness, however, if you don’t treat it, it will continue and worsen.
Does Minoxidil Cure Hair Loss?
Does Minoxidil Cure Hair Loss?
“Cure” isn’t the right word. Minoxidil is a treatment, not a cure. There is no doubt as to the effectiveness of Minoxidil in stopping hair loss and regrowing new hair, but once you stop Minoxidil treatment, your hair will begin to fall out again.
Minoxidil works by encouraging increased blood-flow to your hair follicles. It is a stimulant, it stimulates your follicles to grow thicker, stronger hairs.
It has been approved for some years, both in the US (by the Food and Drug Administration) and here in the UK by the MHRA (the Medicines & Healthcare products
Regulatory Agency) to treat the symptoms of Male Pattern Baldness.
Minoxidil treats the symptoms of Male Pattern Baldness, not the cause.
If I Start Using It, How Long Will It Take?
Some men see amazing results in as little as two months, but generally, four months is the average length of time you would need to apply Minoxidil, to see any significant difference. All men are different and are at different stages of hair loss, so it’s very difficult to say exactly, but one thing is certain… Minoxidil works – be patient and give it time!
Also, if you do decide to try Minoxidil, make the most of the money you have spent and follow the instructions!! Not following the recommended guidelines is the most common cause of failure. Use Minoxidil twice a day, on dry hair for best results. Do not use more than twice a day – more use will not mean faster results. If anything, it’s likely just to irritate your skin (see Side Effects).
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