What Creates Pattern Baldness?

How familiar are you with the causes of male pattern baldness? Did you know that more than one-third of men will experience it at some point? It’s worth having some insight into the various contributors to baldness, some of which you cannot control, and that’s why Heather James Ink is here to help.

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Four Contributors to Pattern Baldness

Genetic Determinants

Researchers do not understand every element of this, but we have at least some reason to believe baldness has a significant genetic component. Some men have a genetic disposition to receive the dreaded “m-shape” hairline recession as early as their 20’s. Did you know women have this problem as well? Though it’s often a result of menopause, many women will suffer a type of Female Pattern Baldness by the time they reach 80.

Stressful Lifestyle

Stress CAN make your hair fall off your scalp. This is no myth. Daily lifestyle stresses like work and poor relationships are a big source of the problem but so are recurring illnesses, intrusive surgeries, and even childbirth.

Vitamin Deficiencies

A lack of essential vitamins can play a huge role in the decline of hair regeneration according to the latest research. Vitamins A, B, C, D, and E, as well as zinc, iron, and selenium all contribute to hair growth. This makes sense because those are the same ones that give you healthy skin. Most of us know how closely related skin and hair are, so it behooves us to get as many good nutrients and vitamins as possible for the benefit of both.

Compromised Immune System

Closely related to problem # 3, a lack of healthy essentials like Vitamin D will take its toll on your immune system. Once that occurs, you can expect to suffer many internal and external problems, including hair loss. Specifically, there is a condition known as alopecia areata, which is when you develop missing patches of hair because your immune system mistakenly attacks hair follicles. The best way to avoid this is to practice good lifestyle and dietary habits that will bolster your immune system.

Heather James Ink Can Help Address Pattern Baldness

So, you probably notice that some aspects of baldness may be within your control, but it’s still possible to have the problem despite the best efforts. Heather James Ink can help! We specialize in something called Scalp Micropigmentation, a cutting-edge scalp treatment where we safely tattoo portions of your scalp to create the appearance of real hair.

You’ll notice a huge restoration within just 2-4 sessions of our micropigmentation treatment. It addresses all sorts of conditions including male/female pattern baldness, alopecia, scars, and more. Let us help you regain a youthful appearance and put aside the frustration of a deteriorating hairline.

Heather James Ink is located in Frisco, TX, and offers several innovative scalp, eyebrow, and other cosmetic solutions. We would love to show you how they work, so feel free to read more about them on our website. If you want to finally get over the pattern baldness aggravations, text us at any time at (972)804-4555.