Discovering the relationship between baldness and testosterone has provided much insight towards finding a possible cure for hair loss.
Essentially a male defining hormone, testosterone is converted to dihydrotestosterone (DHT) via a complicated biological procedure. DHT is also a hormone, a by-product of testosterone in the prostate gland and in the glands contained under the scalp. The existence of DHT in these glands under the scalp has always been a matter of worry for dermatologists.
Prevalence of DHT in the scalp means that skin pores leading to hair follicles become inundated in DHT, almost to the point of being congested so badly that hair follicles are completely over spent. This results in a complete stop of the process of hair growth, especially in men with a large concentration of DHT in their body.
Minoxidil is one cure for hair loss. Not only does it stimulate hair follicles and promote hair growth, it wipes out DHT by debilitating it. With the use of Minoxidil over a period of time, DHT will stop being a threat to hair growth, and by this time, hair growth should not be a problem for you.
If on the lookout for a more natural cure for hair loss, try Saw Palmetto. It also counters the production of DHT, acting as a roadblock of sorts in your body and inhibits testosterone from converting to DHT. Saw Palmetto is generally recommended only for men and must be taken orally.