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    Question Correlation Between Baldness and Subrace?

    Has anyone else noticed a correlation?

    I've noticed that most Mediterranid and Atlantid types tend to go grey rather than lose hair, and that UPs tend to have receding hairlines turn into crown baldness with hair still on the sides. This would include Baltids, Borrebies, Bruenns and Alpines all. I'm not sure about gracile Nordid types, though I've noticed they tend to retain hair more than UPs IMO. Armenoids often have the characteristic balding pattern beginning at the crown of the head, don't they?

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    Post Re: Baldness and subrace

    Quote Originally Posted by Stríbog
    Has anyone else noticed a correlation?

    I've noticed that most Mediterranid and Atlantid types tend to go grey rather than lose hair, and that UPs tend to have receding hairlines turn into crown baldness with hair still on the sides. This would include Baltids, Borrebies, Bruenns and Alpines all. I'm not sure about gracile Nordid types, though I've noticed they tend to retain hair more than UPs IMO. Armenoids often have the characteristic balding pattern beginning at the crown of the head, don't they?
    Well, where i live, it fits perfectly the Mediterranid and Atlantid type, and if i can help you, let me say, that baldness is rare, but grey hair is very common (empiric observation).
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    Post Re: Baldness and subrace

    I don't have any studies to reference either but here's what I see: Armenoids and Jews certainly have the 'male-pattern baldness' thing quite often. Maybe straight-up Europid Dinarids as well. Borrebies and Alpines share this but to a lesser extent perhaps. Brunns even less so and I think more in line with Nordics. I'm not so sure about Baltids... British Kelts seem to have a fair bit or baldness as well and Anglo-Saxons may retain their hair better. I don't think that I've seen many bald Faelids...

    This is all pretty anecdotal on my part though.

    I'm 33 and have yet to show any signs of a receding hairline. I do however have some gray hairs starting to reveal themselves. Dough!

    Oh well, better gray than nay, as they say. LOL...

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    Post Re: Baldness and subrace

    Quote Originally Posted by Stríbog
    Has anyone else noticed a correlation?

    I've noticed that most Mediterranid and Atlantid types tend to go grey rather than lose hair, and that UPs tend to have receding hairlines turn into crown baldness with hair still on the sides. This would include Baltids, Borrebies, Bruenns and Alpines all. I'm not sure about gracile Nordid types, though I've noticed they tend to retain hair more than UPs IMO. Armenoids often have the characteristic balding pattern beginning at the crown of the head, don't they?
    I always associated the MPB gene with UPs, and Med with thicker hair. True, I think that MPB is more frequent among UP.

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    Post Re: Baldness and subrace

    Lucky for me, all the men on my mother's side for the family for the past three generations haven't been bald.

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    Post Re: Baldness and subrace

    ^^^
    lucky bastards!

    I have the UP MPB, and I'm only 19. I have kinda like the widows peak style though. I used to comb my hair back, now I comb it front

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    Post Re: Baldness and subrace

    Quote Originally Posted by Stríbog
    Has anyone else noticed a correlation?

    I've noticed that most Mediterranid and Atlantid types tend to go grey rather than lose hair, and that UPs tend to have receding hairlines turn into crown baldness with hair still on the sides. This would include Baltids, Borrebies, Bruenns and Alpines all. I'm not sure about gracile Nordid types, though I've noticed they tend to retain hair more than UPs IMO. Armenoids often have the characteristic balding pattern beginning at the crown of the head, don't they?
    Baker mentions that Nordids have a tendency to baldness.

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    Post Re: Baldness and subrace

    Blondes have the most strands, redheads the least and brunettes are in the middle. Those with black hair have slightly less than brunettes. Most people do not fall in a clear cut category.

    There are additional factors besides heredity. There are many factors in play. Diabetes can be a cause of hair loss. Another case where hair loss can occur as part of an underlying disease is lupus. Stress after an illness or surgery usually result in temporay hair loss. Antidepressants and too much Vitamin A can lead to hair loss. Chemotherapy obviously lead to hair loss.

    Male pattern baldness is a common plague for men of all races. Increased formation of dihydrotestosterone shrink hair follicles. You need a DHT inhibitor or blocker. Mixoxidil and Propecia are the only approved medications.

    Chinese have usually not total baldness, thus a less developed androgenetic alopecia. American studies show that Caucasians have the most androgenetic alopecia. There is a difference between the major, geographical races. The Mediterranean Caucasian is more hirsute than the Nordic, but does he doesn't necessarily have more hair on the head.

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    Post Re: Baldness and subrace

    Quote Originally Posted by Volksdeutscher
    The Mediterranean Caucasian is more hirsute than the Nordic, but does he doesn't necessarily have more hair on the head.
    Do they actually seem to have more body hair, like more follicles (or whatever you call them) per square inch, or is it just a case that their body hair is more pronounced (having a bigger diameter, and being more visible since it is darker colored... maybe even possibly growing out longer)?

    I'm not questioning whether or not you're wrong... it's just that i don't know and i can't seem to find information anywhere. I knew that blondes (not sure if it is Nordic or otherwise) have more hair on their head... up to 50% more than brunettes according to some sources, but the figure usually seems to be about in the 40% range. However, blondes also have thinner hair strands.
    I've always kind of taken it that when it came to body hair, perhaps things were in the same situation, but i don't know what the actual facts about it are.

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    Post Early baldness?

    I'm curious if early baldness is characteristic of North European ancestry and if so -- what group should it be attributed to? I am 27 and very bald on top -- as was my father. Thanks.

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