09/12/2022
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Hair loss, is there a cause for concern? – 2022

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Hair loss, is there a cause for concern?

Hair loss is a problem that affects both men and women. Hair loss is an extremely stressful experience, often leading to a decline in self-esteem.

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Hair loss, is there a cause for concern?

Hair loss is a problem that affects both men and women. Hair loss is an extremely stressful experience, often leading to a decline in self-esteem. People withdraw from social life, feel unattractive and often fall into depression. Hair loss can negatively affect all segments of life. And therefore it should be taken very seriously.

There is hardly a person who has not experienced some form of increased hair loss at some point in their life.

What do the statistics say about the problem of hair loss?

On average, we have about 100,000 hairs on our head. The hair on the head is constantly falling out and growing new, it is a natural cycle. We lose between 50 and 100 hairs a day, which we usually do not notice. If this cycle is disrupted and there is increased hair loss, and new hair grows slowly or does not grow at all, then we already have reason to worry.

When you notice that your hair is falling out more, the biggest mistake you can make is to ignore it. Or cover it with wigs, scarves, hats… Hair loss usually indicates a major health problem. Therefore, you should pay as much attention as possible to finding the causes and repairing the consequences of alopecia.

Why does hair fall out?

The reasons why hair falls out are varied and individual. One of the most common causes of hair loss is hereditary factors. Which is medically called androgenic or androgenetic alopecia in men and women. If you carry it in your genes, sex hormones can cause hair loss at puberty. It occurs gradually in the form of pronounced valves or hair loss on the scalp in men. While in women there is thinning and weakening of the hair.

Hormonal changes and certain diseases can also cause temporary or permanent hair loss. Pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, thyroid imbalance, anorexia, diabetes, polycystic ovaries – all these conditions affect the change in hair quality.

Hair loss in circles (prints) or alopecia areata is an autoimmune disease in which complete hair loss occurs in certain areas. Complete baldness often occurs, and hair can be renewed for up to a year.

Medications and therapies for some diseases can cause hair loss, and the most common example is complete hair loss due to chemotherapy.

Stress and strong emotional shock can also cause alopecia, but fortunately only temporarily without lasting effects on the hair.

Hairstyles that your hair does not like

You’ve probably heard that over-tightening a ponytail, braid or bun can cause thinning and hair loss. It is true that wet hair is much more sensitive than dry hair, so avoid aggressive combing and tying your hair immediately after washing. Also, certain chemical treatments, preparations and irons, as well as figaro for styling hairstyles can create scar tissue on the head, and cause permanent hair loss.

Do you belong to the group of people who constantly pull, pull or pluck their hair? Our friendly and professional advice is to stop immediately or seek psychological help if you can not give up this harmful habit. Constant pulling and pulling of hair is called Trichotillomania and is one of the most common causes of hair loss.

When to seek help from a hair doctor

If you notice increased hair loss, do not wait for it to stop on its own. Because, unfortunately, that does not happen. You need to look for the causes of hair loss as soon as possible. As well as a solution to stop further hair loss, in order to increase the chances of fallen hair being regenerated. And the good news is that there is a solution to most hair problems.

Doctors who deal with hair problems are called trichologists. And the first step towards treating alopecia is a trichological analysis. Based on the dermoscopic examination of the scalp and hair, an accurate diagnosis is made and appropriate therapy is recommended.

 

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