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All types of Baldness, usually called Alopecia, are a problem that affects many people worldwide. The most common baldness is called Androgenic Alopecia, affecting both men and the women. Men are affected by Androgenic Alopecia from the age post-adolescent to become more frequent and prominent with over the years. Women can have a beginning of the event of Androgenic Alopecia in adolescence, tied to alteration of the ovarian cycle, but mostly in the stage of life called postmenopausal.

 

Androgenic Alopecia in men is evident mainly in the frontal and occipital region. In women normally do not have a precise location and is more common in the upper region of the head. Both in men and women with Androgenic Alopecia, it shows baldness at a physical and mental stress, when it establishes hormonal changes and mainly when there is an increase of toxins in the body.

 

In common baldness like Androgenic Alopecia, first it occurses as a suffering in the bulb of the hair, leading to a thinning of that hair. Then it start to occurs the lack of melanin, the presence of an increasing number of white hair. To these factors is added a more high hair loss and if not remedied to triggers, it will arrive to large areas of alopecia, so without hair.

 

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Among the most interesting factors, surely find the stress that causes the decrease of the immune system. The altered immune system response involves a more high activity of an enzyme (5-alpha reductase) responsible for the conversion of testosterone into DHT (dihydrotestosterone). DHT is responsible for the suffering of the hair bulb, till to cause atrophy, hair loss and so baldness.

 

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