Hair loss guide
Many men want to not only keep their hair but also stop hair loss. After all, a full head of hair is a sign of vitality, attractiveness and youth. Hair thickness often decreases as we age: Hair begins to look thin and lifeless.
Hair loss, in fact, affects at least half of all men. The most frequent cause is hereditary over-sensitivity to dihydrotestosterone, a metabolic product of the male sex hormone testosterone. This is referred to as hereditary or age-related hair loss as well as androgenetic alopecia. However, it is even possible to protect the hair against this genetic predisposition.
Hair loss can also be caused by other triggers such as stress and disease. That's why, you should try to identify the cause early on and take counter-measures.
Our guide offers a wealth of information on the causes, various types and treatment options for men suffering from hair loss.
Prevent and treat hair loss
The active agent caffeine to prevent hair loss
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Which shampoo to prevent hair loss?
A huge range of hair care products are available for men's hair. Discover which ingredients you need to look for when choosing a shampoo to prevent hair loss.
Liquids against hair loss
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Causes and reasons for hair loss
Symptoms and causes at a glance
The reasons for excessive hair loss can be numerous and varied. Find out all about the most common causes and symptoms in this overview.
Long-term stress encourages baldness
Hair loss in men is not always hereditary. Long-term stress can also affect the growth phases of the hair roots. Read about how hair reacts to permanent high-performance phases.
Hair loss progression
How to keep your hair permanently
A future without age-related and hereditary hair loss? Read on to find out how you can stop hair loss and keep your hair into old age.
A receding hairline - the first sign of hair loss
A receding hairline can occur in men even during puberty and is a first indication of hereditary hair loss. What is a receding hairline and how is it recognised?
Hair loss types
What types of hair loss are there?
There are different types of hair loss. Each type has different causes. That's why it is so important to determine your specific type of hair loss.
Hereditary hair loss in men
Hair loss affects around half of all men. Hereditary hair loss accounts for 80% of all hair loss. What can be done against a genetic predisposition to thinning hair.
Hair loss test
How much hair loss is normal?
We all lose hair every single day. But when does this become hair loss and, in turn, a problem? Read on to find out how to recognise excessive hair loss and what you can do to prevent it.
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