Hair Care: 4 Common Types Of Hair Loss And Their Causes

Hair loss is a common occurrence these days. But many do not know the exact cause of hair loss. Here are some common types of hair loss and their causes.

From genetics to health, there can be many possible causes behind hair loss

There may be several possible causes for hair loss. Some medical conditions may be caused by overuse of chemical products or possibly by the weather. Normal Hair Loss is a hair loss that has reached the stage of puberty after the end of the growth cycle. This is about 100 yards in females and 50 to 70 strands in males. However, if the hair loss is severe or persists for a long time, it is a hair loss condition.

4 Understand common hair loss conditions.

1. Androgenic Alopecia

It is also commonly known as hair loss. This condition is caused by genetics and is caused by the sensitivity of your hair to the hormone testosterone (DHT). The condition has 7 stages and will gradually improve as long as your follicles continue to seal. About 60% of the adult population in India suffers from this condition. Although the root cause is hereditary, it can be caused by internal health problems such as poor digestive health, sleep patterns, lifestyle, stress and illness. Environmental factors, such as hard water and pollution, also play a role. It can be administered early in stages 1 to 4. In the men’s crown area, the hairline is thinner and thinner, and in females it is divided into thinning hair.

2. Telogen Effluvium

This hair loss occurs when your body suffers from severe mental and physical damage after surgery or surgery. After pregnancy, typhoid, tuberculosis, and serious viral infections are more common. And soon, after Kovid. This hair loss occurs because your body pushes a lot of healthy hair from anesthesia (growth stage) to telogen stage (fall stage). In a matter of weeks, 300 to 400 haircuts will be applied to the scalp as a quick haircut.

3. Alzheimer’s disease

This is an autoimmune condition that causes bald spots on the scalp and other parts of the body such as eyebrows and beards. This condition can be treated only with prescription corticosteroids. It is believed to be caused by stress.

4. Alpopia Universal

Alopecia areata is the most common cause of hair loss in the body. Treatment is often similar to alopecia areata.

Learning more about these conditions shows that hair loss is not an external or external problem. But rather, it is an indication of internal health problems and must be addressed in a holistic way. Many people suffer from hair loss, such as anemia, thyroid, PCOS, or other vitamin deficiencies. Not only this, with the help of diet and lifestyle, they can be used as a stimulant for hair loss. Therefore, appropriate treatment for hair loss should take care of the triggers and symptoms at the same time. And that is why it is so important to see a doctor when you begin to experience any of these hair loss conditions rather than the best ones.

(Dr. Jasper Rajani is a dermatologist in Traya. Trya helps people use a holistic approach to manage hair loss and is the only company in India that combines aloe vera, alopecia and nutrition).

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