After a haircut caused by the epidemic, a woman had her hair cut.
In November 2020, Charlotte Houseley, a 33-year-old resident of Bournemouth, wore a 10-cent-pound bald head on her head.
Over the next few months, she noticed that her hair was falling out of the bathroom.
One doctor identified the condition as hair loss due to stress. There are several types of hair loss associated with anxiety. One of the most common is telogen effluvium (TE), which causes severe hair loss when the hair follicles are pushed into the restroom or when it is washed or rinsed.
Charlotte Huxley, a 33-year-old resident of Bournemouth, first noticed a 10-cent-inch bald spot on her head in November 2020. Fist size (pictured)
Charlotte, a 10-year-old saleswoman who lives with her daughter Eva, said that when she first saw the baldness, she “didn’t think much,” but eventually had to hide the baldness with hair bands.
“The fact that she was depressed because of the epidemic makes sense and my daughter has diabetes,” says Charlotte. I didn’t feel particularly stressed at the time, but it makes sense.
Women around the world have reported hair loss as a symptom of anti-epileptic depression.
Charlotte, a sales assistant who lives with her daughter Eve, said she “didn’t think much” when she first saw her bald head.
She said: “I saw a small patch about ten cents and I didn’t think much. I have very thick hair so it would be easy to hide it if I just grabbed my hair and it wasn’t a big deal.
The sales assistant first noticed a 10p cent bald patch on her head, but it grew within weeks. She said baldness affected her self-confidence
Charlotte has lost her self-awareness. The hair has recently reappeared, although it is still ‘recognizable’
When I brushed it, I noticed that it was falling off a lot, and there were stumps in the bathroom when it was washed.
What are the causes of hair loss?
It is quite common for people to lose 50 to 100 hairs a day when it is self-filling and on average.
However, it can be even more tragic and a sign of something serious if people start losing all their hair or a lot of volume.
Hair loss is a common occurrence as people get older. At least half of men over the age of 50 lose some of their hair in old age, according to the British Association of Dermatologists.
Women may also lose their hair as they grow older.
Other causes of hair loss include increased stress, cancer treatment such as chemotherapy or radiotherapy, weight loss or iron deficiency.
Most hair loss is temporary, but is expected to grow again.
Certain medical conditions that cause hair loss include alopecia, immune system disorders; Immobile or excessive activity thyroid; Skin condition lichen planus or Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a type of cancer.
People should see a doctor if their hair starts to fall out, falls out suddenly, sneezes or burns, and is experiencing severe hair loss.
My daughter always pointed out that “Mom was bald” and it was getting harder and harder to hide.
‘A few months later it was the size of a fist, I found a giant comb and I thought I was wearing a thick hair band to cover it.’
Charlotte said that her baldness made her feel better.
“If it had been worse, I would have shaved my head,” she says.
‘I thought I was completely bald. I am not vain and I do not panic because I do not think there is anything more serious behind it but it really touched my self-confidence and self-confidence. It really made me realize myself.
When we were able to go out again, I did not want to go on dates or meet new people. When I showed them, people were really shocked. ‘
The hair has recently reappeared, although it is still ‘recognizable’.
Charlotte adds: “It has started to grow again, but it is still interesting. I’m not a bad person, but hair is really important.
‘I don’t know why he started to grow up suddenly, but I hope that if I feel more stressed than before, he will grow up.’
Experts continue to investigate the link between hair loss, CV-19 and epidemic stress.
According to the American Academy of Dermatology (AED), covi-caused hair loss is caused by TE: a disturbance in the hair growth cycle.
TE causes severe anaphylaxis (hair follicles that are actively growing in the hair follicles), which prematurely enter the scalp.
TE stays in place for six to nine months before hair returns to normal thickness and appearance.
According to AAD, more hair than usual occurs at the same time as hair growth cycles.
‘Fever or pain can force many hairs to fall out. Many people experience hair loss that lasts from two to three months after they have a fever or illness.
According to Charlotte, her daughter, Eve, in the picture, noticed that her mother was bald
Charlotte was feeling confident because of her hair loss and she did not want to be friends but hopes that her hair growth will help her mental health.
What is telogen influenza?
Telogen effluvium is a condition in which a person loses more hair than usual and can be caused by childbirth.
It is not uncommon for a person to have about 10 percent of the hair shed at a time, as the total number of hairs grows steadily.
Telogen effluvium occurs when this number increases to 30 percent or more and the person loses hair.
It is caused by a disturbance in the normal hair growth cycle. It can be caused by childbirth, trauma or disease, stress, weight loss, medications or skin conditions.
Telogen effluvium usually clears itself in three to six months, but it can take a long time for hair to grow back to normal length.
Source: British Association of Dermatologists
Specialists at the Belgravian Center in London have reported an increase in the number of telegenic flu cases since the outbreak.
Two-thirds (64 percent) of male and 38-percent female patients in the Belgravian center reported having VV-19-related symptoms at the Belgravian center last year.
Rally Bozhinova, chief trichologist at the Belgravian Center, said: “It is common for TE-related hair loss to be present for three months after the onset of severe depression, illness, or stress.
The whirlwinds in the test show the amount of stress the virus has on the body, not just temporary TT, but can aggravate other hair loss conditions that can have long-lasting effects if left untreated.
Another expert suggested that Covid-19 could be linked to alopecia areata, which leads to head-to-head baldness.
Alopecia areata can cause hair loss in general, called alopecia universalis, and prevents hair growth.
In these cases, the body attacks its own hair follicles, killing itself, according to Ivan Salis, a trichologist who did not participate in the study of Kovi-19.
“Cowid, like many other fevers, has the ability to confuse our immune system,” Salis told Melaton Online.
“It can cause any kind of traumatic, physical, emotional or psychological alopecia, so it can certainly be classified as a trigger.
Currently, there is a concerted effort by dermatologists called SECURE-DERM to look at Covid’s effects on hair loss globally.