The real cause of male pattern baldness - Discovered and explained

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Mitko1

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@Ritchie I am starting to think that everybody has certain genetic brain size to function propely and if it gets smaller or larger for some reason it won't do well. There are plenty of people who look like they have microcephally but instead they are perfectly healthy.

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I am sure this guy's hairline is fake and it's actually more rounded.

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Omg! Just look at this man @Ritchie. This is the smallest forehead I have every seen and lowest hairline.
 

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I never said that DHT isn't involved. I said that it comes as an inflammatory response because your galea is in tension.

When they transplanted DHT sensitive hair follicles from scalp to areas where DHT makes hairs happy ie arms, chest etc, the hair continued to miniaturise. According to this galea logic, the hairs would’ve stopped miniaturising once they were away from the harsh galea and happy smooth arms

I guess the hairs were so sad about rough galea that they decided Nah bruh, we miniaturise even if you put us on your pubes?

Hair follicles have genetics too, shocker right? This is why some people with the harshest galea, with extreme nw7 still have one or two surviving hair on the hairline, top of skull because those hairs are not sensitive to DHT.

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Mitko1

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When they transplanted DHT sensitive hair follicles from scalp to areas where DHT makes hairs happy ie arms, chest etc, the hair continued to miniaturise. According to this galea logic, the hairs would’ve stopped miniaturising once they were away from the harsh galea and happy smooth arms

I guess the hairs were so sad about rough galea that they decided Nah bruh, we miniaturise even if you put us on your pubes?

Hair follicles have genetics too, shocker right? This is why some people with the harshest galea, with extreme nw7 still have one or two surviving hair on the hairline, top of skull because those hairs are not sensitive to DHT.

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They continued to miniaturize because the hair follicle has the ability to adapt to the enviroment. If is transplanted to the arms it will become as small as the arm hair. If balding hair follicle is transplanted to mice it regenerates with only one cycle. The problem is not within the follicle itself.
 
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@Ritchie People are 100% in denial abou this theory. I made a poll about this theory in a subreddit that is completely unrelated to hair loss and 1 in 4 people have noticed that balding men have distinctive face shape and galeas so it isn't just me. How can you think that all of this is a coincidence. I think that men whose craniofacial development is as poor as the one of balding men and have full head of hair are less comon. Most men that aren't balding have decent or good facial structure.

There aren't many men who have face shape like these and have full heads of hair

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These are example of famous people in my country - politicians, hosts, actors etc. and at least a thisr of all famous bald men. How can you think that all this is coincidence? Famous people are just like regular people.
And look at this photo from facebook

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Just look how only one of all the boys on the photo is going bald and how odd is his face shape compared to the others.

I can't think of such alien looking like the one presented above men who have NW1.

Maybe Paul Mcartney

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He has to have very good galea. Already 80 and not balding.

Or Sylverster Stalone

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Аnd maybe this guy

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He's one of the men that I promoted as examples how men who are really Norwood 1 look like. I should have used him as an example in my first post. He's a very good example.

Of course Andrej Babis, Peter Mcneely and probably some other are some that I can think of too. But there are not many that come to my mind.

Hair transplant also don't debunk anything. The mechanism of hair cycle is complex and Rob from perfect hair health has an article about it.

The reason people here don't believe in this theory is because they probably think that since you can't change your face structure or your galea there is no solution. There is - bottox injections in the scalp muscles. Massaging the muscles of your galea will help too. Also they may be offended because they likely possess these features.

 
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@Ritchie People are 100% in denial abou this theory. I made a poll about this theory in a subreddit that is completely unrelated to hair loss and 1 in 4 people have noticed that balding men have distinctive face shape and galeas so it isn't just me. How can you think that all of this is a coincidence. I think that men whose craniofacial development is as poor as the one of balding men and have full head of hair are less comon. Most men that aren't balding have decent or good facial structure.

There aren't many men who have face shape like these and have full heads of hair

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These are example of famous people in my country - politicians, hosts, actors etc. and at least a thisr of all famous bald men. How can you think that all this is coincidence? Famous people are just like regular people.
And look at this photo from facebook

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Just look how only one of all the boys on the photo is going bald and how odd is his face shape compared to the others.

I can't think of such alien looking like the one presented above men who have NW1.

Maybe Paul Mcartney

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He has to have very good galea. Already 80 and not balding.

Or Sylverster Stalone

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Аnd maybe this guy

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He's one of the men that I promoted as examples how men who are really Norwood 1 look like. I should have used him as an example in my first post. He's a very good example.

Of course Andrej Babis, Peter Mcneely and probably some other are some that I can think of too. But there are not many that come to my mind.

Hair transplant also don't debunk anything. The mechanism of hair cycle is complex and Rob from perfect hair health has an article about it.

The reason people here don't believe in this theory is because they probably think that since you can't change your face structure or your galea there is no solution. There is - bottox injections in the scalp muscles. Massaging the muscles of your galea will help too. Also they may be offended because they likely possess these features.


There are billions of people on earth. 50% of all men experience some hairloss in their life.

You can comfortably find few pathetic sobs to fit your theory lol

What this theory shows is bald men look ficking ugly fucks disgusting freaks

Shave the whole billions of people on earth then you will see perfect nw0 have ugly skulls too.

Now you’re suggesting massage as cure for hairloss LMAO
 

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There are billions of people on earth. 50% of all men experience some hairloss in their life.

You can comfortably find few pathetic sobs to fit your theory lol

What this theory shows is bald men look ficking ugly fucks disgusting freaks

Shave the whole billions of people on earth then you will see perfect nw0 have ugly skulls too.

Now you’re suggesting massage as cure for hairloss LMAO
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Botox into the scalp then.
Are you being sarcastic? Botox to the scalp showed great results a while ago. Pretty much identical treatment to migraine treatment, targeting the skull muscles. Unfortunately, it's very expensive and I don't think we'll be seeing more studies as there's no patents in play.

 

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lol I think my dermatologist knows what he is talking about. This thread is just ridiculous. We already know what causes male pattern baldness. Thats not in debate anymore hence why there are treatment options that WORK. They know what causes it. Though treatment options are not able to fix it, but slow it down significantly until you can get a transplant. And even then you might need to follow up down the line and get another. I mean thats why dutasteride and RU58841 did wonders for me. Took two years of shedding and some side effects but I stuck them out and my hair looks great now.
Yeah, "bad DHT" magic follicles. Go to reddit tress less if you want to swallow loads, let adults discuss.
 

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@Ritchie I think that the reason that most men don't start going bald immediately after they hit puberty is because it's a very gradual process. It depends on how much DHT the body sends to those areas. If there's more inflammation and tension on the galea a man will bald faster. That's why men who start going bald young often have the oddest face shapes and galeas and are often obese. If a man is destined to go bald usually it starts to become noticeable by his 30's or 40's. The temples are most hypoxic areas and the tension is highest here and that's why those areas are the first one to go. If a man is programmed to bald in the Norwood pattern usually will have slighlty recededed temples by his late teens or early twenties. The process begins since childhood and the tissues get comressed here first. Some men who have decent face shapes also have receded temples by their late teens or early twenties but the hair loss won't advance further because the tension of the rest of the galea is not strong enough to compress the tissues and cause hair loss.

You can have Norwood 2 or even 3 but that doesn't mean balding. To men balding is when you start diffusing at the crown or at the forelocks.

I consider baldness not a disease istelf. I think that it's just a symptom a disease . It's a sign that your neck muscles are in continious tension and you have neck problems and likely jaw problems.
 
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My alternative theory:

My theory: Hair loss is actually a form of autism.

Evidence: Whenever I see one of those hair transformations on YouTube, be it hair systems or hair transplants or whatever, before I always think "This dude looks like he has severe autism.", while after I think "There's a handsome young chap :) " .

I expect that the human brain is good at spotting patterns and that our intuitions are truth-tracking. (Otherwise, we are left with philosophical skepticism.) Therefore, based on my pattern-recognition and intuition, I conclude that hair loss and autism are actually the same thing, somehow.

Change my mind.
 

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@Ritchie I think that the reason that most men don't start going bald immediately after they hit puberty is because it's a very gradual process. It depends on how much DHT the body sends to those areas. If there's more inflammation and tension on the galea a man will bald faster. That's why men who start going bald young often have the oddest face shapes and galeas and are often obese. If a man is destined to go bald usually it starts to become noticeable by his 30's or 40's. The temples are most hypoxic areas and the tension is highest here and that's why those areas are the first one to go. If a man is programmed to bald in the Norwood pattern usually will have slighlty recededed temples by his late teens or early twenties. The process begins since childhood and the tissues get comressed here first. Some men who have decent face shapes also have receded temples by their late teens or early twenties but the hair loss won't advance further because the tension of the rest of the galea is not strong enough to compress the tissues and cause hair loss.

You can have Norwood 2 or even 3 but that doesn't mean balding. To men balding is when you start diffusing at the crown or at the forelocks.

I consider baldness not a disease istelf. I think that it's just a symptom a disease . It's a sign that your neck muscles are in continious tension and you have neck problems and likely jaw problems.

Thats BS.

My hairline is intact while the crown and top of the head has suffered most hairloss.

Reverse galea hairloss? Lmao
 

Mitko1

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Thats BS.

My hairline is intact while the crown and top of the head has suffered most hairloss.

Reverse galea hairloss? Lmao
I have never said that the pattern of hair loss is the same in everone. Everyone loses hair differently. It depends how the tension is distributed on the galea. It depend on the headshape I guess and the shape of the galea.
 

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@Ritchie Sam Wornighton is a good example of what will happen if a man has a bad galea but good face shape. Just look at him.

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He has ridges on the galea but very horizontal face with prominent cheekbones and squared jawline.
 

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I have never said that the pattern of hair loss is the same in everone. Everyone loses hair differently. It depends how the tension is distributed on the galea. It depend on the headshape I guess and the shape of the galea.

So scalp messages don’t work
Botox injections don’t work not by relaxing the galea but work by a different mechanism

What is left to prove this galea theory? Lol
 

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The girl who decided to become a "man" began to go bald according to the male pattern (Norwood). If she had started to go bald while she was still a girl, she would have gone bald like a female (Ludwig). Galea has absolutely nothing to do with this.

I would recommend to the author, while he is still young and has not started to go bald, enjoy life and forget this forum. Feverishly shooting your forehead from different angles, trying to convince yourself that you have a great galea, this is not normal. It is also not normal to try to convince everyone else of this.
 

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The girl who decided to become a "man" began to go bald according to the male pattern (Norwood). If she had started to go bald while she was still a girl, she would have gone bald like a female (Ludwig). Galea has absolutely nothing to do with this.

I would recommend to the author, while he is still young and has not started to go bald, enjoy life and forget this forum. Feverishly shooting your forehead from different angles, trying to convince yourself that you have a great galea, this is not normal. It is also not normal to try to convince everyone else of this.
I already explained that a bad galea develops during babyhood. That's why many children regrow their hair in the Norwood pattern and many continue to have receded hairlines. I don't know who this girl is but I am sure that she had bad galea and receded hairline as a child even before she transitioned. The norwood scale is designed to display the most common pattern of hair loss. Everyone loses hair differently. Some people's temples recede to Norwood 2 and start to diffuse all over, some recede to Norwood 2 or 3 and lose mostly hair loss at the crown and the front is last to diffuse. Some as we well know diffuse all over with a Norwood 1. Some's entire front thins while the rest stays still dense etc. For women that are destined to bald in the Norwood pattern it would take much longer to show signs of thinning because the tension is not equally distributed on the galea and they have much less DHT than men. The first that would happen would be miniaturization of the fine hairs at the temples that they have and then signs of thinning at the forelocks. That would take very, very long time unless they have PCOS and have a lot of male hormones. Women that bald in ludwig pattern and diffuse all over have tension that is equally distributed on the galea and they show signs of hair loss qucklier. I have said multiple times that a lot of women and childre have fine hairs at the temples in the norwood pattern and they become slowly slick bald after menospause in women and in men they become slick bald immedialety after puberty and if a man has poor facial structure they may advance to severe hair loss. The pattern varies from woman to woman just like in men.

Here is how it goes:

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This is a photo from a article about a transwoman that came out to his mother with dementia.

Also I will never go bald. I have a horizontal face and smooth galea.
 

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Yeah, "bad DHT" magic follicles. Go to reddit tress less if you want to swallow loads, let adults discuss.
Yeah because treatments have been proven to work and did in my case as well. You got no leg to stand on here. People like you should be restricted from posting complete BS.
 
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