I get a lot of questions about hair loss, what’s the cause of it, is it genetics, can it be prevented or even reversed.
Unfortunately, there’s a lot of misinformation about this topic…
For example, most people – including the “experts” — say how the cause is “too much testosterone”.
When in reality, guys who are losing hair have less testosterone!
In fact, a high percentage actually have clinical “low” levels of testosterone.
The reality is that they have higher levels of “negative”, “aging” hormones — such as female hormones, DHT, Thyroids, Stress hormones (cortisol) etc. — which are the real causes of hair loss!
- These hormonal imbalances end up lowering your testosterone and ultimately, trigger:
- hair loss
- “man boobs”
- lower libido
- less muscle
- loss of drive
- and more belly fat.
And if you think about it, it makes sense…
Teenagers and guys in their 20s have the highest testosterone and yet, they are NOT losing their hair.
Unfortunately, as you age – there’s an increase in these “negative” hormones, causing a decrease in your testosterone and THAT’S when their hair loss starts and body hair increases.
And the older you get, the worse everything becomes.
This is why about 40% of men over the age of 40 are balding AND also have “lower” testosterone levels.
Additionally, all of these hormonal imbalances are causing inflammation in your body, which is a common trigger for hair loss.
If you have itchy scalp, that’s inflammation.
If you have joint pain, that’s inflammation.
Anyway, if you’re concerned about hair loss, or anything related to hormonal imbalances and accelerated aging, then make sure you read this article because this will be the most important information you’ll ever hear about this topic.
However, don’t worry — I’m not going to make it complicated.
I’ve simplified it all for you in about 7 short, easy to digest articles. You can read each one in 2 minutes or less.
And in each article, you’ll also discover proven solutions that you can easily implement, so you can see fast improvements.
So with that said, let’s go to part 2: Low Testosterone & Hair Loss