01/12/2022
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Medical symptoms and risk factors for hair loss – 2022

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Medical symptoms and risk factors for hair loss

Hair loss can occur in many different ways, with different symptoms depending on the problem it causes. It can come on suddenly or gradually and…

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Medical symptoms and risk factors for hair loss

Hair loss can occur in many different ways, with different symptoms depending on the problem it causes. It can come on suddenly or gradually and can affect just your scalp or your entire body. Some types of hair loss are temporary, while others are permanent.

Signs and symptoms of hair loss may include:

Gradual thinning of the hair on the top of the head (scalp). This is the most common type of hair loss that affects both men and women. In men, hair resembling the letter M usually begins to recede from the forehead. Women generally maintain the forehead hairline, but experience significant thinning of the hairline along the length from the scalp to the forehead.

Circular bald spots . Some people have flat bald spots, usually up to 2.6 cm in diameter. This type of hair loss usually only affects the scalp, but sometimes also affects the chin or eyebrows. In some cases, the scalp may become irritated (cause itching) before the hair falls out.

Sudden hair loss. Physical or emotional shock can cause sudden hair loss. When combing or washing your hair, or even gently pulling, entire strands of hair can fall out. This type of hair loss usually causes thinning and thinning of the hair on the entire head, but does not cause the appearance of clear bald circles or areas.

Some conditions and medical treatments, such as chemotherapy for cancer, can cause symptoms of hair loss all over the body. Hair usually regrows, but is of much lower quality after treatment.
Meanwhile, risk factors for hair loss can include:
family history. The risk of hair loss increases if relatives on both sides of your family have experienced hair loss. Heredity also affects the age at which you start losing your hair and the rate of baldness, your pattern and degree.

Hair care. Excessive or improper use of hair dye products, presses, and hair straighteners can make your hair brittle and prone to hair loss. Excessive hair styling or hairstyles that pull the hair too tightly cause hair loss.

Malnutrition. If you are deficient in iron and protein, that is, if your daily diet does not include red meat, skim milk and iron-fortified cereals, your hair can weaken significantly. Hair loss due to malnutrition is often the result of eating disorders and unhealthy diets.

 

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