Thinning hair in men, known as "androgenetic alopecia" (AGA), or "thinning hair syndrome," is the most common form of alopecia in men, starting after puberty and progressing gradually. It is characterized by frontal and parietal hair softening, becoming thinner and shorter, and eventually the hairline of the head recedes and the hair on the top of the head is lost. One in four adult men in Japan is said to have thinning hair.
Thinning hair is a progressive form of alopecia, and if left untreated, the number of hairs will gradually decrease, so it is important to take care of it as soon as possible.
About Therapeutic Medications
Propecia promotes hair growth by inhibiting the action of the reductase type 2 5-alpha-reductase, which produces DHT (dihydrotestosterone), a male hormone known for its strong hair loss effects, and makes hair follicles deeper and hair thicker.
Propecia is a medication that can only be obtained from medical institutions that provide AGA treatment.
Zagallo is an AGA medication containing dutasteride, taken once a day, and is not affected by food. It is not covered by insurance, so it is a self-funded medical treatment. it is the same type of medication as finasteride (Propecia), which was said to have a great effect on AGA, but its hair regrowth effect is said to be about 1.6 times that of finasteride, so it is attracting the expectations of Japanese people suffering from thinning hair.
Various Kinds of Hair Problems
- Have a family member with thin hair and worried about going to get thin too.
- Worried about hair loss.
- Started losing hair and my hair is getting thinner in late teens.
- The hairline on forehead has started to recede.
- The hair on the top of head is getting thinner.
- The hair has become thinner and shorter, and has lost its elasticity and strength.
Female Hair Thinning
"Most thinning hair in women is caused by hair loss due to scalp problems. For example, the growth of bad bacteria due to dandruff, scalp problems caused by hair care products (shampoos, coloring, etc.), and changes in hormone balance after childbirth or menopause. Among these, diffuse alopecia (female pattern baldness) and postpartum alopecia (thinning hair after childbirth) are common due to aging, stress, extreme dieting, and improper hair care.
Such women's thinning hair can be treated with ""Pantogar"". Pantogar contains amino acids and proteins, B vitamins, and other special structures to improve women's thinning hair, stimulate the growth of hair to treat thinning hair, and improve hair quality.
Until now, oral medication for thinning hair treatment has only been available for men, and for women's thinning hair treatment, topical medication and scalp injections were the only options. However, with the appearance of Pantogar, thinning hair treatment for women can now be done easily.
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