It is something which affects many men in their adult life. In fact, as many as one third of all men will experience signs of hair loss by the time they reach the age of 30. So if you are worried about hair loss, be aware that you aren’t alone.
The main culprit when it comes to hair loss is thought to be genetic makeup, in that persons who have a direct relative who suffers from hair loss are suspected to be more likely to experience the condition themselves. Many experts think that the condition is passed down through the mother’s side of the family – meaning that if a person’s maternal grandfather or uncle(s) on their mother’s side experienced male pattern baldness, then they are more likely to as well.
But there are measures someone experiencing hair loss can take to slow down and, in some cases, even stop the process for a time.