Causes of Hair Loss


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Alopecia is a generalized term for the different forms of the hair loss disease Alopecia. Alopecia causes baldness in areas of the body that should naturally contain hair such as the head or certain areas of the body such as the legs or in males the chest.

Alopecia Androgenetic is a common hair loss problem in both male and females, it’s more regularly known as pattern baldness. The symptoms of this disease are balding above the temples and the crown of the head in males and in females all-over thinning of the hair.

A disease that causes sudden smooth, circular patches of hair loss. It is thought that it is caused by the body forming antibodies against some hair follicles. It can result from such factors as stress and genetics.

A condition that results in no hair on the scalp. It may begin as Alopecia areata or some other cause, this is triggered by an Auto-immune disease or disorder.

A condition that results in no hair on any part of the body; this includes eyelashes, eyebrows, and scalp hair. It may develop as alopecia areata or result from another cause.

Chemical treatment, usually of cancers, using drugs that have high levels of toxicity, frequently causing temporary alopecia.

Hair loss at the front of the head. Typically, the hair line recedes progressively.

Telogen Effluvium is a form of alopecia that is caused either by a hormonal imbalance or certain medications. Telogen effluvium can be delayed (occurring a few months after the stressful incident) or chronic (unresolved). This is usually recovered from quickly and the hair starts to grow back on its own.

A psychological condition that produces an unavoidable urge to pull the hair from one’s scalp, nose, facial hair including eyebrows and eyelashes, or other body hair.

Traction alopecia is hair loss caused by tightly pulled hairstyles. Caught early, it is fully reversible, and the hair can regrow. Over time, however, hair follicles can become irreversibly damaged so that the hair does not regrow.