Genetics Role in Male Pattern Baldness

Genetics Role in Male Pattern Baldness
Find out in this post about the genetics Role in Male Pattern Baldness, and what you can do about it.

When hair loss is a “disease” that many family members share, well this is called male pattern baldness (MPB).

This hereditary condition normally begins when a man is in his early thirties, but it may as well start much earlier, and normally the earlier it starts, the more devastating are its effects, ending up in everlasting baldness.

Many researchers agree on the fact that there is no way to avoid male pattern baldness, but here at we have a different approach and ideas about this.

However, we agree on the fact that androgenetic alopecia has both genetic and hormonal influences.

People who seem to suffer from MPB the hair follicles appear to be more sensitive to the aggressive attack of an androgen hormone called DHT, which is an altered form of the classical male hormone Testosterone.

DHT causes more restricted hair growth on the scalp, and miniaturizes the follicles to a point in which they stop producing new hair that will not anymore substitute the ones that fall due to the normale hair change.

Researches believe that the inability of the hair follicles to resist the attacks of DHT is handed down through DNA from generation to generation.

You can usually locate your predisposition for MPB and hair loss looking at the tendency for baldness of your mother’s or father’s side of the family.

You can get a clue about how acute your baldness condition will be looking at the state of the hair of your family members, but as I said – there is hope if you are able to reactivate the micro blood circulation and deactivate DHT naturally – something you can easily do with the use of the Full Program.

In order to stop DHT, many people use a drug called Finasteride (Propecia) but we strongly discourage you from taking it, as its side effects are really devastating, and you could become impotent, as you can read here

Yes, it’s true, there is scientific evidence that MPB is hereditary – and can be inherited either through the mother or the father.

Speaking of my own family, my father went bald at age 25 while my mom’s hair started to thin when she was about 45, and then stopped at age 50.

I started to go bald when I was 21, and I was able to stop my own male pattern baldness 2 years later with the method that I described in the Full Program.

Some studies in 2005 have emphasized the importance of the maternal line in hereditating MPB, so watch carefully your mother’s side as well, and the explanation of this is found in the mother’s X-Chromosome.

Premature baldness has a lot to do with the sex chromosomes, and in particular the X chromosome, which is inherited from the mother’s side, and this is the chromosome that contains the gene for MPB.

Anyway, also hair loss in a man’s father too seems to have a vital role in increasing the risk of baldness, in conjunction with a history of hair loss in the mother’s line.

Where ever you have inherited your MPB, the Full Program can help you stop the thinning of your hair.

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