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    Posted: August 27 2011 at 12:51pm

So you have a receding hairline. Good chance it is the result of male pattern baldness caused by the hormone DHT (dihydrotestosterone). The main things you want to do is slow it down, stop the loss of your hair and then re-grow your lost hair.

So how do you slow down your receding hairline? There are several ways to do it, but the first thing to do is determine what is causing your hair loss. As I mentioned earlier, 95% of men with a receding hairline can usually blame DHT for their loss.

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There are several ways to do this, but the first thing to do is to determine what causes hair loss. As I mentioned earlier, 95% of men with receding hairline can usually take responsibility for their loss of DHT.
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In men, the condition is also called male pattern baldness. It's characterised by a receding hairline and gradual disappearance of hair from the crown. In women, androgenic alopecia is referred to as female pattern baldness. Women with the condition experience a general thinning over the entire scalp, with the most extensive hair loss at the crown.
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