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“Hair loss and Genetics”

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Mo & Ash

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@Mo & Ash

Hair loss can be caused by any number of factors, including hormonal imbalances, genetics, hair care practices and even your diet. One of the main types of hair loss in both men and women is male pattern hair loss (MPHL), also known as androgenetic alopecia.

Although genetics do play a role, the inheritance pattern of Androgenic alopecia is unclear, It does seem to cluster in families. Therefore, if a close male relative suffered or is suffering from the condition there is a stronger chance that you may also be predisposed to androgenic alopecia. It can be inherited from both your mother or father’s side.

Golden Nugget: Genetics may not be on your side, but luckily androgenic alopecia can be treated. The sooner to treat it the better the outcome. Keep an eye on your family history and keep an eye on your hair. Seek treatment as early as possible and remember it never too late! If you have a family history of hair loss and haven’t really experienced hair loss yet try and prevent it by switching your everyday hair care products hair to the Dense Optimised Hair Care range.

For more from Dense Lifestyle Editor Mo & Ash follow him on instagram at @custom_field


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