One of the most worrisome aspects of hair loss treatment is that so many people first have a tendency to seek solutions because of no harm.
Best, sufferers can waste money on improper ‘surprise cures’ or even legitimate treatments which are unfortunately not suitable for their special needs. In the worst case, some people can put their health at risk by self-determination of powerful medicines. I have no problem in saving money by buying cheap generic drugs on the internet with the hair loss victims, but I strongly feel that they should at least confirm with their doctor that the medication given is in line with their personal needs. Eats
Before examining the most common causes of premature hair loss, we need to understand that some flow of hair is completely normal. Hair designed in the skin to develop double limbs are small organs that follow this repetition cycle:
- Long rise period (Anagen phase) – This phase usually stays between two to seven years with an average growth rate of six inches (15 cm) each year.
- Short transition period (Catagen phase) – This period of infection lasts approximately two to four weeks. During this phase, the hair shaft gets separated and goes upwards inside the coupe.
- Relaxation period (Telogen phase) – This phase lasts for approximately three months, which separates itself before hair falls.
At this point a new hair begins to grow, repeating the normal cycle of hair growth. Unfortunately, many factors can interfere with the natural hair growth process, due to which the hair becomes thinner or premature baldness.
Endogenic Alopecia is the most common cause of hair loss, perhaps accounting for 95% of hair loss pattern for both men and women. It is usually associated with aging and develops in the approximate steps in different periods of time. Each follicle adheres to a genetically programmed growth cycle in which some follicles are coded to be active for less time than others. As a result, in the development of hereditary baldness patterns which are very familiar to us.
For this type of baldness, the following factors should be present:
- Genetic bias for hair loss (as explained above).
- Presence of male hormones.
- Aging – In other words, enough time to implement the effect of the first two factors.
All men and women produce male hormones such as testosterone and DHT. These two sexes have a useful role to play, but clearly, it is widely in different concentrations. It is a high level of androgen found in men, which suggests that this form of hair loss affects more men than women.
In essence, these hormones affect the hair growth cycle as follows:
- Some cells of the hair follicle and debris glands have a high level of the 5-alpha-reductase enzyme.
- 5-alpha-reductase transforms testosterone into DHT.
- The DHT terminal causes the hair to shrink.
- It leaves small, soft, fluffy villous hair giving insufficient scalp coverage.
- Development phase gradually decreases until this hair is well lost.
Alopecia isata is considered an immune system disorder that causes the follicles to stop hair production in the patch on the head. In severe cases, it can move up to that stage where all the hair is lost on the head (Alpashia colise) or even the complete absence of body hair results (Alicia universal).
In most cases, the hair will appear again on its own, but by then, this situation can be very disturbed for the victims, especially because it can be difficult to determine the cause. If you think that you may be suffering from this form of hair fall, consult your doctor who takes physical examination and blood tests to help determine the cause.
The halogen illumination is marked with normal thin or drift of hair over a period of months and is usually found in those who have experienced trauma recently. Common causes include delivery, major surgery, critical illness, psychological stress, and chemotherapy. The good news is that abnormal development behavior associated with telescopic effluvium is temporary and inverse.
Many other common hair losses are due to which they should be given exemption before a course of treatment. Normally, traction alopecia is the result of hair styling resulting in hair loss. The result of broken hair can be slim, often with excessive style or chemicals and contact with the sun. Finally, serious illnesses or nutritional deficiencies can cause side effects, which may include the degree of hair loss.
I hope this brief article has found in the message that diagnosing the real causes of hair loss is not always a direct process. Once you and your doctor have identified a cause, you can work to restore your hair in its former glory. And the good news is that most forms of hair loss can be successfully treated. The next article in this series will look at some of the best hair loss treatments currently available.