One of the Largest Paradoxons of Your Body
The human body is a very complex system. Within this, a lot of small details depend on the activity of the various hormones. Testosterone causes one of the most controversial cycles.
While this male sex hormone causes hair growth in the beginning, later it may induce in the opposite: balding. Testosterone is produced by the testicles in the male body, and by the adrenal glands and the ovaries in the female body. Of course, normally this is the minimum amount in the case of women, but the production and the effects are very important for men.
Testosterone is needed, among other things, to create hair on the scalp and the whole body. Later, however – and here is a huge contradiction – this hormone may be responsible for hair loss. This occurs when testosterone is transformed into a more active form, called Dihydro-Testosterone (DHT). Unfortunately, which unfortunately many people are sensitive to.
Thanks to this sensitivity, the body perceives the male hormone as an attack that has the greatest impact on the scalp. As a result, the hair follicles on the forehead and the temples begin to be atrophied, the hairs begin to thin, and their growth phase is reduced. Meanwhile, hair follicles stop functioning, which unfortunately many people may experience even in their 20s. The hairless scalp will then be bright and thin as testosterone also reduces the skin’s natural defense and regenerative ability. In these areas, hair will never grow out without any help.
Only the back of the head is unaffected by this unpleasant process. Here the hairline remains in horseshoe shape because there is no sensitivity to DHT in this part. During a hair transplant, we utilize this as the available hair follicles here are able to survive in the bald areas. That is why we call this area “donor area”. In addition, the hairline is usually so thick in the back of the head that it does not even conspicuous to remove even thousands of hairs from here.
The procedure is based on the fact that these hairs will be transplanted into the bald parts to “behave” the same way as in their original position. So you do not have to be afraid of another hair loss after complete healing. Hair transplant is the ultimate solution.