Endocrine disruptors are linked with a growing number of health issues. They’re said to be found in everything from food and drink to beauty products. They imitate the effects of hormones such as estrogen and testosterone and disrupt the body’s natural balance. Unsurprisingly, endocrine disruptors are linked with a host of hormone-related health issues. Androgenetic alopecia, also known as pattern hair loss, is a hormone-related condition. So is there a link? Do endocrine disruptors cause hair loss?
It’s a hair loss myth we’ve all heard: bald men are more virile, have higher testosterone levels, and so on. But is it actually true? Or just an old wives’ tale? Well, hormones do play an important role in androgenetic alopecia – but there’s more to it than just testosterone. So, do bald men have more testosterone? Let’s take a look at the facts behind the myth. Continue reading Do Bald Men Have More Testosterone?
Perhaps as a result of today’s selfie-taking, image-obsessed culture, more and more men – and women – are using anabolic steroids to achieve the perfect body. But for many, this can have the unwanted side effect of increased hair loss. So can this be avoided? Which compounds are harshest on hair? Here’s how to prevent hair loss from steroids.