Cause The Front Hair Does Not Want To Grow And The Way To Be The Same As Other Hair?
Look, so my front hair grew fine, after a while it made me uncomfortable because he had different hair, why did I say it was different because my front hair was growing unlike my side, top, and back hair. If my front hair is still short, even though it waits for my hair to be unable to grow. So because I feel uncomfortable, I shave the front, well, but I regret because I have shaved my front hair. Now I want to ask, is there a solution or a natural way for my hair so that my hair grows like the hair of the other areas of my head, because even though it is shaved, then waited for several months, the hair is just that much. Thank you for your time, good night😀
Head hair growth is influenced by blood supply, nutrition, stress, drugs used and hair products and styling used. Some people realize that certain sides of the hair grow faster than others. Baldness (alopecia) which is characterized by thinning hair, hair that can easily fall out or break can also cause certain parts to appear shorter / no hair compared to other areas.
Androgenetic alopecia is a form of baldness that can be found in men and women. Androgenetic alopecia in men is mainly found in middle age, but can also begin at the age of 20 years. Alopecia starts in the temple area, the front hair, and also the crown area. Over time the front lines will get back and forth.
Androgenetic alopecia is characterized by lengthening the phase of hair growth, increasing phase of hair loss, and the process of miniaturization of hair follicles. Androgenetic alopecia in men can be caused by the following factors:
Hormone factor testosterone (androgens)
Genetic factors: Androgenetic alopecia is more common in someone whose father also has a history of similar baldness
Other diseases such as coronary heart disease, prostatic hypertrophy, impaired insulin resistance, hypertension
In addition to androgenetic alopecia, scalp abnormalities such as tinea capitis, seborrheic dermatitis, and psoriasis can also cause areas of hair to be easily broken or fall out, giving rise to areas with short hair that is just growing. Mental disorders in the form of trichotillomania (patients like to pull their own hair) can also cause bald hair in certain areas.
If the condition of shorter / thinner / bald hair in the front area of the head is very annoying in terms of cosmetics, I suggest that you check yourself further with a dermatologist (Sp.KK). Doctors need to examine directly and ask for complaints that you feel to be able to determine the cause of hair growth disorders in certain areas of the head as you experience. If there is a cause / skin disease found, the disease needs to be treated so that good hair growth can occur. Various therapies and treatments for hair restoration can also be done. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.