Laser Light Therapy:
Several low level laser therapy devices have FDA clearance and have been shown to be a safe and effective treatment, There are a number of handheld, low-intensity lasers out on the market or at doctors offices designed to stimulate the scalp and strengthen hair follicles.

Avoid Hormone Supplements:
We’re talking about steroids, for all you muscle heads out there. Many hormone supplements provoke androgenetic alopecia. but steroid use can definitely speed up the male balding process.

Watch What You Eat:
Good nutrition is essential to keeping a healthy set of locks. That means rearranging your diet and taking in more natural foods with iron and vitamins. Commit yourself to ditching fatty meals such as fried foods, plus anything loaded with sugar and carbs, as they can lead to insulin resistance, which shares a connection to hair loss.

Hair Transplant Surgery:
More doctors are ditching hair plugs in favor of transplants; the reason for that is the spatial difference in hair loss. Men are unique in that androgenetic alopecia occurs in the frontal and vertex (crown) of the scalp, This hair is susceptible to hair miniaturization, while hair on the sides and back of the scalp are not.” Treatments might run you around $5,000 to $10,000 depending on hair loss severity. It just might be time to crack open the piggybank.