A recent study by a leading specialist in medical hair problems has revealed that androgenetic alopecia (commonly known as baldness) before 28 years is one of the issues that most concern to the Spanish men.

This phenomenon is also known as seborrheic alopecia, the most widely used term in Europe. This study determined that heredity is one of the main reasons for hair loss.

Androgenetic alopecia causes the hair starts to weaken and fall. This is especially visible in the crown area and the upper side of the forehead, commonly known as "entries".

But hair loss can be determined by other factors such as hormonal changes or even the prolonged use of certain medications or aggressive treatments.

But stress is certainly one reason that more force is taking the time to determine a cause for this problem.

The study also reveals that the concern caused by loss of hair is growing among women, for that this is a real problem in many cases, can even lead to depression.

Fortunately science is advancing rapidly and are becoming more treatments that have proven effective against this problem, increasingly common.