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Hair Loss Information- Hair Loss Explained

By:   |   Jul 08, 2018   |   Views: 11   |   Comments: 0

Hair loss or baldness is in fact a condition in which hair does not grow on the scalp after hair fall. The most very common form of baldness is the development of a hair thinning condition called androgenic alopecia or male baldness which basically occurs in adult males.

The nature of hair loss or baldness can vary significantly. These are the types of hair loss

1. Androgenic alopecia: Loss of hair in men is even called as androgenic alopecia.
2. Alopecia areata: Here hair loss occurs basically in some portions of the head.
3. Alopecia totalis: In this the hair loss occurs just over the entire scalp to an extreme limit.
4. Alopecia universalis: This involves the loss of all hair all from the entire body.

Prevention Methods

A variety of treatment is also available for hair loss. However, roughly even today the treatment for alopecia has a limited success rate. Prevention is always better than cure is very much applicable to hair loss. It is really much easier to prevent the falling out of healthy hair than re-growing new ones. Regular exercise also can help keep androgen levels low naturally and reduce falling of hair. Stress reduction also can stop hair loss. A balanced and a nutritious diet reduces the falling of hair to a great extent.


The other less common kinds of baldness are:
1) Traction alopecia: This type of hair loss is very mostly observed in people with ponytails who pull their hair with a excessive force while combing. Wearing a hat almost for more than 8 hours also causes hair loss. The scalp should take breathe at least 7 hours in a day.

2) Telogen effluvioum: Hair loss some times occurs due to reasone causes like major surgery, poisoning, child birth, chemotherapy severe stress etc and such condition is also known as telogen effluvium.
3) Mycotic Infections: Mycotic infections can cause massive hair loss.
4) Alopecia areata: This type hair loss is also known as spot baldness and is caused due to autoimmune disorder.

Prevention Methods

A variety of treatment is also available for hair loss. However, roughly even today the treatment for alopecia has a limited success rate. Prevention is always better than cure is very much applicable to hair loss. It is really much easier to prevent the falling out of healthy hair than re-growing new ones. Regular exercise also can help keep androgen levels low naturally and reduce falling of hair. Stress reduction also can stop hair loss. A balanced and a nutritious diet reduces the falling of hair to a great extent.

Hair loss or baldness is in fact a condition in which hair does not grow on the scalp after hair fall. The most very common form of baldness is the development of a hair thinning condition called androgenic alopecia or male baldness which basically occurs in adult males.

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