How to Treat Temple Hair Loss

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                     Many people experience temple hair loss due to various reasons. Now a days it is commonly seen in both men and women, which is known as earliest sign for Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness) and Female Pattern Alopecia. In this condition the hair loss is seen on the frontal hairline which results in the width of forehead.

    What is Temple Hair Loss?

                 Temple hair loss means thinning of hair at the temple region on the scalp. This condition is seen in both men and women, as it is a type of baldness pattern, where hair loss or thinning of hair starts from the temple area rather than the top. Temple hair loss can also be seen one side of the scalp, in most cases it can be seen on both sides. Most of the cases the hair fall occurs not only on the temples but also overall hair fall may occur, which means from the top. Hair loss or thinning of hair particularly on the temples can be stressed out as it is visible to everyone, it cannot be hidden by styling.

    What Can Cause Temple Hair Loss?

                 Most probably the condition of temple hair loss is genetically inherited. Some cases it is due to hormonal imbalance, thyroid conditions, illness etc., these conditions may lead to temple hair loss. Not only this tight hair styles and tight buns may also cause hair loss. Due to stress, people under medications, Vitamin deficiency.

    Symptoms For Temple Hair Loss

              Here are some symptoms that include in this condition:

    • Thinning of the hair
    • patchy hair falls on certain areas
    • Losing plenty of hair gradually
    • Due to hair fall well expose of the scalp
    • Weak strands of the hairs
    • Reducing hairline at the temple area

      Androgenic Alopecia (Male Pattern Baldness)

                   Androgenic Alopecia is also known as Male Pattern Baldness (MPB), it is a condition in which hair loss occurs due to genetical heredity. How ever studies show that 50 percent of men of age group 30-50 years suffers this male pattern baldness. In this condition they start losing their temple area first. Researches shows that male pattern baldness is associated with the male sex hormones known as androgens. Androgens regulate many functions including, stimulating the hair growth. Due to this male pattern baldness, the growth of the hair begins to weak and the follicle of the hair may shrink, resulting in short hair.

    Female Pattern Alopecia (Female Pattern Baldness)

              Female pattern baldness is also known as Androgenic Alopecia, in which hair loss that occurs in women. It is very similar to the male pattern baldness, some times the patterns may be different in men and women. Female pattern baldness is inherited. It is usually seen after menopause. Usually, in women 50-100 strands of hair fall is seen each day. Women with female pattern baldness the hair fall is very hair fall is very high when compare to the normal. Women hair fall is not appeared completely bald, the hair fall may be occurred all over the head. In females there might be another chance that triggers hair fall such as irregular periods, PCO, hormonal imbalance, due to pregnancy etc.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

    Treatments for Hair Loss At Temples

                 Here are some non-surgical treatments for the thinning of the hair or hair loss, which may help us to attain best results for the treatments.

    1.    PRP (Platelet- Rich Plasma Therapy)

          PRP is one of the safest treatments, it is more effective in controlling temple hair loss. In this treatment the individual’s blood is drawn and it is processed it is reinjected to the scalp. Platelets that injected to the scalp allows hair follicle to grow stronger and thicker. This treatment mainly targets on the thinning areas on the scalp.

         2.Minoxidil

                         Minoxidil is a clinically proven drug. It is popularly known as     Rogaine. It is a type of topical solution which is also available in foams and solutions, that can help to treat temple hair fall. This can be prescribed to both men and women.

    3.Finasteride

                       Finasteride is also an FDA approved drug. It is helpful to grow the hairline and thickness of the hair. Finasteride treatment can help to prevent further hair loss. This medicine can be available only on the doctor’s prescription. This drug may have less side effects how ever the usage is prescribed by the doctor. Finasteride can be recommended for men and women to treat genetic hair loss.

         If you are noticing that you are having hair loss or hair fall, consult your dermatologist or trichologist they will help you to determine weather you are experiencing male pattern baldness, female pattern baldness or another kind of hair fall or hair loss. Soon you will be treated with the best treatments and you will be able to rectify the hair loss or hair fall, grow back your hair.

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