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Poor craniofacial development itself doesn't cause hair loss. I already said that people with poor craniofacial development can still have their hair. It's poor cranofacial development + genetic predisposition and this is one of the major causes of hair loss. Poor craniofacial development is one of the main thing that cause the head to shift forward when in rest position and while walking. Most men with poor cranofacial development have hair loss. Most aren't lucky.
We can look at some cases again to demonstrate that men with poor craniofacial development are usually the ones that end up slick bald as a final pattern of baldness.
Case 1: young Mikhail
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Look at his poor cranofacial development with flat cheekbones and rounded jawline. He is slick bald now.
Case 2: Yordan Letchkov
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Look at his very vertically elongated face with flat cheekbones and vertically dropped down rounded jawline. He also went slick bald pretty early.
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Young Valeri Petrov
He went also slick bald and he also had flat cheekbones and vertical face.
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He also had super flat cheekbones and look at his big galea.
So there's obvious correlation between cranofacial development and male pattern baldness. Of course there are people with decent craniofacial features that are balding but they are exceptions to the rule. Every rule has exceptions. So poor cranofacial development is a risk factor, a preposition for hair loss. But people who have really good (great) cranofacial development can't be balding. They just can't have this condition.
Now we will see a counter example:
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Look at this 97 year old man and his hair despite his old age. His has really good craniofacial development with horizontal squared jawline and good cheekbones. In this case he's not bald because he is lucky but because of his good craniofacial development.
because scientists can find a proper way to relieve tension in the galea and people can finally stop believing in some stupid balding gene. It makes me cringe when someone says "did your maternal grandfather or any of your maternal uncles go bald?". Hairloss is caused solely by the shape of your face and galea. You can have very good facial structure even if your family has poor facial structure just like you could be bald if all your family has hair or you could have hair even if all your family is bald.I just wonder, even if any of this sh*t is somehow true - what the hell are we gonna do with this? how does it advance us anywhere? what's the point of it?
Could you give examples for a "good" and "bad" headshape?Mitko is absolutely right about the headshape thing. Although i disagree with him about it being about perfcet craniofacial development. Its more about a certain type of headshape. Non balding people with poor craniofacial development didnt keep their hair because they were 'lucky'...its because despite them having poor craniofacial devlopment, their headshape is constructed in a certain type of way that allows enough nutrients and blood supply to get to your scalp. I also disagree about it being about poor posture, my dad has terrible posture but is a nw1.5 (has been since he was 20) at 41 with no thinning. He has had back problems for decades but he has a horizontal headshape similar to jensen ackles and is not receding or thinning in any way. This theory has slightly helped me with my worries about hairloss in the future because i have a very very similar face and galea (like 90% identical) to two of my uncles who are over 40 and not balding but i still stress about it sometimes haha.
this is the absolute safest headshape to have. Now some of these men i am posting right now dont have the best facial structure but they have a horizontal face shape with average-decent bone structure.Could you give examples for a "good" and "bad" headshape?
you are in denial. would you rather believe your hairloss is caused by the shape of your head or just some stupid gene that you got from your grandad? Scalp hair needs a well nourished environment (galea) with no tension to grow properly. Everyones hair is sensitive to dht including females, men, non balding men, but balding men have higher levels of dht in their scalp due to inflamation and tension.I would bring you an avalanche of contrary examples, but I already know that you would find the slightest flaws rather than admitting that all of these theories are bullshit.
You are here on this forum because you have hair problems, so do I have to deduce that you have craniofacial anomalies? do you think these Nazi theories can help you better manage the problem?
No look ... your "mechanistic" idea about hair distribution is much harder to believe. I have doctors in my family and I know what I'm talking about. Do you have any idea that the distribution of pubic hair in a man is rhomboid, while in a woman it is triangular? certainly not for the shape of the hips but for androgenetic predisposition. The hair on the head is always hair that responds to hormonal logic. All this conversation is useless as long as there are well documented cases of castrated people without frontal retreat (and it counts that hypogonadism causes far more marked developmental rewards than the mild characteristics you are desperate to demonstrate). But it is also enough to look at patients with Klinefelter and other hormone deficiency syndromes. Furthermore, finasteride was accidentally discovered because of the way some patients being treated for prostate problems began to have regrowth of atrophic hair.