Posted by smallbiz | Posted in Medications, Remedies, Treatments | Posted on 10-03-2014
Common Reasons for Hair Loss
Hair loss occurs most commonly in males than females, usually due to male pattern baldness, and the default reaction is anxiety. Insufficient food intake or that lacking in certain vitamins and minerals are indicated. Too much animal protein and Vitamin A, however, can also aggravate hair loss.
Too much styling and not enough hygiene can also cause more hair loss. Hair breakage can occur when the hair shaft is weakened by too frequent shampooing, hair coloring as well as excessive amounts of hair products such as gels and wax coupled with too much heat from the hairdryer.
On the other hand, too little attention paid to cleaning the hair and scalp can clog up the pores, adversely affecting the health of the hair follicles which inhibits growth. If it is bad enough, the scalp buildup can actually keep the hair from growing by blocking its way, and this can make the follicle deteriorate.
Infections and other disorders
Infections such as tinea capitis (ringworm), dissecting cellulitis (inflammation of the scalp), and secondary syphilis as well as chronic conditions such as diabetes and lupus can all cause hair loss. An autoimmune disorder called alopecia areata specifically affects hair health and can escalate to alopecia totalis (loss of all head hair) and alopecia universalis (total loss of all head and body)
The baldness cure can be as simple as regular washing and a balanced diet. It is important to understand what is causing it in order to find a cure.
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