Here’s how to stop fibrosis of the scalp and stop hair loss

Middle-aged man concerned with hair loss

This oxygenates the hair follicles on the scalp for better blood flow

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Here’s how to stop fibrosis of the scalp and stop hair loss

Progressive hair loss is commonly referred to as “male pattern baldness,” or “androgenic alopecia,” in men.

Far from being a superficial cosmetic concern, it is a sign of profound metabolic problems…

…but it also causes significant emotional and psychological duress by visibly aging and affecting a person’s appearance.

This can be a relatively unimportant concern when the hair loss is progressive and occurs over several decades… 

…but nowadays very young men in their early 20s routinely experience very severe hair loss.

And contrary to popular notions, the incidence of baldness is NOT a minority occurrence. 

In fact, baldness is overwhelmingly common, especially in “developed” countries:

“Although there are no precise statistics, the incidence in Caucasians is often quoted as approaching 100%” – Truëb & Tobin, 2010

Unfortunately, there are seemingly very few options available for men who want to tackle this situation.

Most men have been led to believe that hair loss is purely genetic. 

Since it affects such an overwhelming number of men, does it mean that all these men have “deficient genes”?

Thankfully, no. 

There is a very large body of evidence detailing the pathology of hair loss (or baldness). 

The hair follicles do not die, nor are they “programmed to miniaturize.”

At its core, baldness is a condition where the hair follicles and surrounding tissues are subjected to chronic inflammation

…which ultimately leads to fibrosis and eventually calcification of scalp tissues.

Eventually, this becomes a very inhospitable environment for hair growth.

The hair follicles themselves don’t die or go away, and this has been known for several decades:

Although in its final form (of baldness) the scalp is smooth and shiny, close inspection, preferably with oblique lighting and magnification, always reveals the presence of a very fine fuzz. – Papa & Kligman (1965)

Moreover, this very same study from over 50 years ago (Papa & Kligman, 1965) crushes another myth…

…namely the idea that androgens like testosterone (and DHT) contribute to hair loss and baldness somehow.

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In the study, the authors applied a 1% testosterone solution to the scalp of bald men, aged 29-78 years of age…

…and it led to a roughly 10-15% regrowth and reappearance of terminal hair after 5-9 months for the majority of subjects. 

The controls experienced no such benefits. 

“…16 of the 21 androgen-treated subjects showed indisputable hair growth. None of the control group treated with hydrophilic ointment showed this change. We judged that perhaps 10% to 15% of the original follicular population was stimulated.”

Obviously this is not a complete cure, but it highlights the fundamental nature of baldness.

Baldness is a form of premature aging, and the protective hormones of youth can reverse the pathological changes which have occurred in the scalp. 

The availability of testosterone for topical treatment is somewhat restricted, but DHEA, the precursor hormone for androgens…

…is freely available in most countries and has shown great anti-aging benefits when applied topically. 

DHEA should be able to at least partially reverse the pathological scalp changes which are preventing hair regrowth.

Its benefits could be magnified if combined with progesterone, for example. 

Applying hormones topically is a localized form of therapy for a very systemic health problem, and should not be seen as a “cure”.

It can however be a very useful adjunct as part of wider lifestyle changes.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.


Trüeb, R., and Tobin, D. Aging Hair. (2010) 

Papa Cm, Kligman Am. Stimulation Of Hair Growth By Topical Application Of Androgens. JAMA. 1965;191:521-525. doi:10.1001/jama.1965.03080070005001