Male Hair Loss
Hair loss strikes 1 in 3 males by the age of 50. Male hair loss, while not considered a disease, negatively affects men’s self-image and confidence. There are many potential causes of hair loss in men, including disease, nutritional deficiency, hormone imbalances, and stress. Male hair loss is not always attributable to just one cause, but often results from a combination of several of these factors. Hair loss treatments that are aimed at one particular factor may be less effective in the presence of additional hair loss factors. Male hair loss (also called male pattern baldness) is most often classified as androgenetic alopecia. Male pattern hair loss starts off with thinning hair at the crown of the head. Further hair loss occurs at the temples, with the familiar horseshoe-shaped hair loss pattern occurring over time. As male hair loss progresses the hairline recedes, often leaving an "island" at the front of the scalp line. Further hair loss can result in eventual male balding of the entire scalp.
Fortunately, male hair loss can be treated. There are several prescription hair loss medications and hair loss products designed specifically for male hair loss (female hair loss is typically caused by different factors). Male hair loss is preventable and treatable, the earlier it is addressed the higher the chances of halting or even reversing the early signs of male hair loss and male pattern baldness. Procerin Tablets offer a unique blend of proven DHT blockers and herbal and mineral ingredients into one daily tablet, free from the side effects of prescription male hair loss medications. Procerin XT Topical Foam is applied directly to the scalp to reduce DHT in the scalp, and promote new hair growth. Click below to order your risk free order of Procerin today, and take the first step towards stopping male hair loss.