Male Pattern Baldness: Do’s and Don’ts

Male Pattern Baldness: Do's and Don'ts

In most cases, male pattern baldness is caused by genetic or hormonal issues. While androgenic alopecia is not completely curable, experts say that by taking good care of your hair and scalp, you can combat androgenic alopecia to a greater extent.

A recent article from Robert S. Roberts gives some easy and healthy suggestions to protect the scalp and hair from damages.

Avoid hot showers: While hot showers are good and energizing for the body, it is terrible for your hair and scalp. Avoid hot showers even in winter.

Do not use hair dye: Hair dye contains chemicals that beat down the proteins and fibers found in your hair. It leaches into the pores of your scalp, blocking the airways and causing damage to the cells. It also blocks the pores and hair follicles, resulting in hair loss. The hair formed from blocked follicles is very weak and easier to break.

Do not perm your hair: Perming your hair is one of the harshest things you can do to your hair and scalp, according to the author. Perms use certain chemicals that are extremely harmful to the scalp. Do not opt for a permanent curl if you are having a history of male pattern baldness.

While adopting these preventive measures, you should also take good care of your hair and scalp by providing it proper nourishment. By giving proper care to hair and scalp, you can reduce the overall effects of hair loss even if it can’t be completely cured.

As a first step, you should identify the factors that aggravate the male pattern baldness in you. Frequent baths or rigorous towel drying and combing might be a contributing factor for the high intensity hair loss in you. Once you identify these reasons, you can control your hair loss by working on them.

Studies also indicate that good multivitamin taken daily with zinc, vitamin B, iron and calcium can help men prevent hair loss. Vitamins that have biotin in them can promote hair growth in some cases of androgenic alopecia. Eating a diet rich in iron and Vitamin B will also help.

Last but not the least, getting a good massage in the night not only yields you a good sleep, but also makes your hair follicles stronger.

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