Sydney, Australia, (PRWEB) October 18, 2006 -–
Suffering from thinning hair or baldness? Approximately fifty per cent of males and a smaller percentage of females worldwide suffer from some hair loss ranging from a receding hairline to complete baldness. Androgenetic alopecia is one of the more common forms of baldness and is characterized in men by the familiar pattern of a receding hairline and thinning at the crown known as male pattern baldness. The pattern of hair loss in women differs from that of men. Women’s hair tends to become thinner all over the head and the thinning hair rarely leads to baldness.
There are many treatments available today to treat hair loss in both men and women. Treatments range from do-it-yourself home remedies using a variety of natural or herbal products that are usually readily available, to chemically formulated topical treatments applied to the hair and scalp, to prescription medications taken orally.
Any or all of these remedies may have a place in the treatment regime of the hair loss sufferer. The website http://www.new-hair-loss-treatment.com covers a range of known causes of hair loss in both men and women and discusses treatment options to deal with the various causes. Also covered are known side effects of the treatments and the expected outcomes. For those who prefer the surgical hair loss solution there is information on hair transplantation.