Types of hair loss

Hair loss in men

Baldness in men is inevitable when there is genetic predisposition to her. Q As the years pass in the life of man, these are accompanied by the gradual loss of hair. When the bald man has problems before twenty years, it becomes more intense at thirty. Mostly men lose hair on the forehead and are trained in it a sort of letter "me".

This hair loss can also be extended to both sides of the head, as also to the occipital. Generally, this type of alopecia is caused by causes of genetic, in the family being inevitable. For women this type of alopecia is rare to be determined, may evolve toward baldness on the sides of the head or the front, but never become alopecia.

Hair loss in an infant

Generally, after the birth newborns lose a considerable amount of hair. However, within months, the recoveries are all full head of hair again.

Hair loss in women after childbirth

It is natural for women to this event after losing hair, but in some cases this decrease is quite pronounced. After some months, the hair recovery is complete.

Hair loss due to common diseases

There are certain diseases in their course, are accompanied by fever lasting, such as tumors, skin cancer, etc.., Leading to hair loss. This temporary hair loss will begin to notice after the first three months of the disease, although the hair is then recovered again. In some cases, hair loss caused by these diseases, it is durable and / or permanent. There are other diseases that cause hair loss in areas of the leg.

Hair loss due to endocrine disorders

When certain glands are malfunctioning, can cause a change in hair growth. When growth hormone is in deficit, cause hair loss. People who have excess growth hormone hair manage to have more and thicker. In contrast, those who have a shortage of growth hormone are usually end up suffering from a complete alopecia. The rarity in the ovaries and adrenal glands in women is accompanied by hair loss. Another example is the thyroid is a gland that is related to follicle growth, and often causes hair loss in the armpits, beard and pubis.

Hair loss caused by chemical or physical

A small wound on the head can cause temporary hair loss. But if that wound is large enough to damage the scalp, can damage the hair root by getting a permanent alopecia. Also third-degree burns produce a permanent alopecia in the area. Another case was seen in women when the hair, holding the hair rather abruptly and force the hair, pushing it too much to achieve certain hairstyles, such as the "tail." Finally, you can add an excess of vitamin A, can cause hair loss.

Fungal Infections

Some fungal infections cause urinated temporary hair loss during illness regional, but almost never cause permanent alopecia, so that the lost hair back regeneration. But there are other fungal infections, those that are deep enough, causing a permanent reduction of hair; alopecia is permanent, such as leprosy, even after healing. Generally, it is due to the steady accumulation of pus in the scalp that does not allow the hair to recover.

Alopecia aerates:

This type of alopecia is essentially characterized by the almost immediate recovery of hair in areas where hair loss was gradual. It can be progressive or not. These areas could potentially increase or develop into other hairy areas, such as the beard area. It is unknown why this type of alopecia. It has been said that certain cases are caused by the person having passed by a strong stress. If this type of alopecia can occur in a young person or is affected large areas of the body in the picture is hopeless, but otherwise if it were to occur in adults or affected parts of the body reduced the picture is remediable.
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