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All You Need To Know About Hair Loss


Female Pattern Hair Loss

It can be a real concern when you experience excessive hair loss, since your hair is an important part of your appearance. There is an increasing number of people seeking an effective hair loss treatment for the condition.

Hair loss is a condition where the body’s immune system attacks hair follicles (what holds the hair in place), causing hair loss. The scalp, the inside of the nose, and the ears are all places where you can lose hair. It is not uncommon for people to lose their eyelashes or eyebrows.

Hair loss (alopecia) is a fairly common condition. The condition is more prevalent among older adults, but it can affect anyone, including children.

According to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), people lose between 50 and 100 hairs a day. The loss of a few hairs on your head is not noticeable because you have approximately 100,000 hairs. Hair usually grows back after it is lost, but this isn't always the case.

The loss of hair can occur gradually over time or suddenly. The condition may be temporary or permanent, depending on the underlying cause.

What Are the Symptoms of Hair Loss?

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There is a main symptom of alopecia, which is excessive hair loss, but it is harder to diagnose than you might expect.

There is a main symptom of alopecia, which is excessive hair loss, but it is harder to diagnose than you might expect.

  • Thinning hair can cause your part to widen, which can be an indication of thinning hair.

  • In the same vein, if you notice that your hairline is receding, then you could be experiencing hair loss.

  • Hair loss may be indicated by loose, falling hair. Check your brush or comb after using it and see if it collects more hair than usual.

  • Patches of baldness. These can grow in size over time.

  • Drains clogged with hair. You might find that your sink or shower drains are clogged with hair.

Common Causes of Hair Loss

Androgenetic Alopecia

Male and female pattern baldness are the most common causes of hair loss. Their causes are a combination of hormones (Testosterone), age and genetic predispositions. Women usually experience this condition later in life than men.

Hair loss caused by auto-immune disease in which your own immune system attacks and damages your own hair follicles.

Telogen Effluvium

The loss of hair occurs as a result of the disruption of normal hair cycle following a significant stressor, such as childbirth, acute illness, surgery, physical or emotional trauma, or crash dieting.

Loose Anagen Syndrome

Typically, loose anagen syndrome affects young children when hair that is not firmly rooted in the follicle can be easily pulled out. It usually occurs after the hair reaches a certain maximum length. Children with loose anagen syndrome often can't grow their hair beyond a relatively short length. This condition is more prevalent among girls with blond or brown hair.

The hair falls out easily in people with loose anagen syndrome, even when it's growing. The friction caused by a pillow, for example, can accelerate hair loss overnight. Loose anagen syndrome is unknown, but it may be linked to a disorder in hair growth that prevents hair from staying in the follicles for an extended period of time.

Treatments are few and far between, but puberty tends to improve the condition, and medication and effective hair loss treatments may increase hair density..

Underlying Medical Conditions and Nutritional Deficiencies

Thyroid diseases, connective tissue diseases, chronic kidney or liver disease can also lead to hair loss, as can insufficient dietary intake of iron, vitamin D, zinc, and a variety of other factors.

Scalp Diseases

Infections such as fungus and bacteria, as well as other local inflammatory disorders of the scalp such as seborrheic dermatitis, can result in patchy to focal hair loss and scaliness on the scalp.

Trichotillomania

Uncontrolled, obsessive self-plucking of the scalp that results in patchy hair loss, broken hair shafts, and scalp lesions.

Mechanical Damages

When repeated tension or pulling damages the hair follicle, it is referred to as traction alopecia.


Prevention of Hair Loss

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It possible to prevent hair loss by following these tips:

Avoid hairstyles that pull on the hair and Scalp

Although our hair is flexible, research shows that your hair can only be stretched so much before becoming permanently damaged. In the long run, tight braids, cornrows, and ponytails can cause your hair to pull away from your scalp and loosen its bond.

Take Your Protein

There was a study conducted in 2017 that noticed a number of nutritional deficiencies in participants who had been suffering from hair loss, including amino acids, which serve as the building blocks for proteins in the hair follicles.

  • eggs

  • nuts

  • beans and peas

  • fish

  • low-fat dairy products

  • chicken

  • turkey

Pile Up on Vitamin A

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In addition to promoting healthy hair growth, vitamin A contains retinoids, which can influence your hair cycle. Vitamin A is dose-dependent, meaning too much or too little can damage your hair.In addition to promoting healthy hair growth, vitamin A contains retinoids, which can influence your hair cycle. Vitamin A is dose-dependent, meaning too much or too little can damage your hair.

The amount of vitamin A you receive from diet is unlikely to exceed what you need. Therefore, fill your plate with vitamin A-rich foods such as sweet potatoes, sweet peppers, and spinach.

Improve Scalp Health

Deep cleansing your scalp may protect against hair loss by keeping the scalp healthy and clean. Accumulation of grime and dead skin cells cause long-lasting problems that can result in hair loss.

Using an O2 jet spray gun, Aqua Punch Treatment infuses cooling stem cell growth factors uniformly into each follicle as an effective hair loss treatment that soothes and calms the scalp. By doing so, pores are unclogged, dead skin cells are eliminated, and the scalp is intensely moisturized.Using an O2 jet spray gun, Aqua Punch infuses cooling stem cell growth factors uniformly into each follicle as an effective hair loss treatment that soothes and calms the scalp. By doing so, hair follicles are unclogged, dead skin cells are eliminated, and the scalp is intensely moisturized.

In order to stimulate hair growth, this treatment improves blood circulation and oxygen supply to the scalp. Freshened scalps promote healthy metabolism that result in better hair growth.


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