The real cause of male pattern baldness - Discovered and explained

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Hairful

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BRUHHHH

Galea BULL@hit


However, the scalp massage area showed a significant increase in hair thickness at 24 weeks compared with the initiation point (0.085 ± 0.003 mm vs 0.092 ± 0.001 mm) and significant decrease in hair count at 12 weeks (163.889 ± 7.237/cm2 vs 155.500 ± 5.607/cm2)

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BLUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUDFLOW theory

Scalp massages relaxing galea is good to kill your hair and reduce growth but the good thing is your one or two surviving hairs will be thick

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Next, let’s put the Botox galea scam to rest



Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) induces transforming growth factor β1 (TGF-β1) in dermal papilla cells (DPCs) to suppress follicular epithelial cell growth. Thus, TGF-β1 is one of the key players in androgenetic alopecia (Androgenetic Alopecia), and its antagonist may prevent Androgenetic Alopecia.
1Botulinum toxin type A (BTX) may inhibit TGF-β1 secretion from DPCs as it does with scar tissue fibroblasts,
2which share the mesenchymal origin. Recently, BTX has been effective for the treatment of Androgenetic Alopecia.


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Intradermal injection of BTX was effective against Androgenetic Alopecia by inhibiting TGF-β1 secretion in the hair bulb, which is thought to suppress follicular keratinocyte growth and changes in the hair cycle.

Considering the diffusion of the injected liquid BTX and scalp anatomy, even the intramuscular injection
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4 may indirectly inhibit the secretion of TGF-β1 from DPCs in the hair bulb.


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BLUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUDFLOW THEORY

BLUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUDFLOW THEORY

It is a good thing we live in 21st century where bull@hit like galea scam can be shown as scam with some good old fashioned research and lowlife scamming motherfuckers preying on hairloss sufferers can’t sell their GALEAA sh*t scam.

BLUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUDFLOW THEORY


Unfortunately some people of low intellect still fall prey to this snake oil salesmen bull@hit galea bludflow theory because it appeals to their low intellect
 

Mitko1

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@Ritchie Women don't find balding men attractive because we are programmed find attractive individuals based on their health. That's why in general people with poor craniofacial development is what we find ugly and people with good craniofacial development are what we consider handsome. If you type ugly man you will find men with the typical traits present in balding men.

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All you come accross is people who are 100% susceptible to pattern baldness. The last I think is balding and it won't be a wonder if someone of the others went bald after the picture was taken.

And when you google handsome man you find much better people which are most likely not susceptible to male pattern baldness. I am sure the first and the last two can't be bald. They have horizontal faces.

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I already said that baldness if a symptom of a disease and the lack of hair is a sygnal that something is wrong so it's normal for women to seek for men with good hair. But I am sure even If I add hair with face app to balding men women will still find them less attractive just like they will find less attractive men in the first row despite that they have hair.
 

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I just learned that this theory was debunked and called a scam a century ago.

Seems like we have come full circle to ignorance about hairloss with scam artists pushing this bludflow theory again
 

Feramon1

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I just learned that this theory was debunked and called a scam a century ago.

Seems like we have come full circle to ignorance about hairloss with scam artists pushing this bludflow theory again
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This may only make sense from the point of view of the bite, and more specifically the temporal artery, which can be occluded. In my memory of celebrities, Tom Cruise changed his bite, but he had no recession before that, with a bad jaw.

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The author, apparently, is trying to raise his self-esteem and convince himself that he will never go bald, but this, unfortunately or fortunately, does not work. Otherwise, I can't explain why a non-balding person should come to this forum and prove to the balding people that they are freaks lol.
 
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At first glance, it seems that it recedes in the temples, but this is only a visual effect, which is exactly due to the galea. In both cases, he does not go bald. Author, you can look for similar cases, if you show at least 1 where a bald guy changed his jaw, became a norwood 1 without any drugs and transplants, we will all carry you in our arms. In the meantime, the topic has value only from the point of view of the activity of users who refute it, introducing something new and are likely to find some clues.
 

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Regardless whether this galea shape/jawline shape is related to balding (I'm still not sold) the fact that male pattern baldness and most diffuse balding follows exactly the same pattern as scalp tension on top of galea is biggest clue to why we start to go bald.

It's been calculated at 1/10000 chance for this pattern match to be coincidental.

It also fits the DHT theory and why meds work to slow down hairloss.
 

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@Ritchie After finding this profile on flickr I am 100% convinced to believe this theory and that what the guy from TMD occlusion is saying is true.
This is a profile with photos of more than 500 men getting hairpieces and no one of them has a good craniofacial development. They have all kind of odd face shapes. Just look @Ritchie

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Those are not cherry picked. These are the first 10 men that don't make any facial expressions so you can clearly see their facial structure.

You can go to the profile


As you can see none of these men have horizontal faces like these:

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Аlso no one of the guys presented above has a good galea, neither one of the others at the profile. Their galeas either look like an egg or like a huge mound. If I find another channel or account where non balding men are getting haircut and shaving their head I am sure that the difference would be huge. I will post If i find.
 

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Very interesting, how long will you deny the obvious?

Full head (poor galea and craniofacial development):

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I have said that according to this theory people with poor craniofacial development can still have their hair. But people with good craniofacial development can't be balding. Also not everyone of these people fits the criteria of poor craniofacial development. Some of these guys have decent face shapes.
 

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@Ritchie No matter what I post people will never admit that they belive but I found a profile on instragram about men cutting their hair and there are pics of non balding taken from the same angle. Here are the first ten that don't make any facial expression. To me it's quite clear that their face shapes doesn't look the same as the face shapes of balding men.



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Feramon1

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@Ritchie No matter what I post people will never admit that they belive but I found a profile on instragram about men cutting their hair and there are pics of non balding taken from the same angle. Here are the first ten that don't make any facial expression. To me it's quite clear that their face shapes doesn't look the same as the face shapes of balding men.



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In the 2nd photo the guy is going bald. Also doubts about the 5th and 7th photos, it is likely that they also began to retreat. Keep in mind that the shadows are darkened in the photo, this creates the impression of density.
 

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Worth a read.

There's also other studies suggesting elastic deformation of the galea is a major factor in male pattern baldness, alongside the well known hormonal factors.

Definitely something worth looking into, even if your using the big 3 and are hell bent on believing it's entirely the fault of DHT.
 
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