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Hair loss

Write By: admin Published In: Blog Created Date: 2013-10-29

There is a physiological loss of hair in which some hair lost daily due to the fact that the hair is recycled. Approximately 100,000 to 150,000 hairs found on the scalp. Normally 50 to 100 hairs daily fall as the hair has three phases of life: the anagen, the Catagen and telogen, where the hair is growing again and replaced.

But there is hair loss during which fall more than the normal number of hairs per day, and some do not reappear. The drop is not constant and shows seasonal variation. This hair loss is abnormal. Thus dilution generated in the head which various degrees depending on the size of the dilution, said Alopecia.

Causes of hair loss

Depending on the causes that cause and the manner in which occurs in three distinct types:

1. Androgenetic alopecia: This is the most common type of hair loss in men and women and depends three factors, including age, genetic predisposition and levels of the hormone testosterone in the body. Although this hormone is considered a "masculine", small amounts of testosterone secreted in women, affecting among others the life cycle of hair. Studies in the past decades have shown that the most important element for aggravating androgenetic alopecia is the presence of the enzyme 5a reductase in the hair follicle. This enzyme converts testosterone that is normally at the same levels as in the bald and having hair to dihydrotestosterone, a much stronger hormone that acts locally in the hair follicle and eventually leads to the loss. The amount of enzyme in the hair follicle and its distribution on the scalp regulates generally the age at onset of hair loss, the hair loss rate and extent of final status.

The presence of this enzyme is regulated gene and is inherited from both parents. The result is the hair on the head to fall more quickly than normal, the new to come out every time more subtle and ultimately gives little or no fluff wool.

This disorder affects selectively the temples and the crown of the head, where existing hairs are getting thinner, until they finally disappear. In women, androgenetic alopecia usually occurs after the age of 40 and becomes more pronounced with the onset of menopause.

2. Alopecia areata: It is a disorder in which the hair fall from one or more points of the head, with the result that the skin is disclosed in scattered areas having the size of a coin. Occurs in men and women and is more rare form of androgenic alopecia. However it can be treated by administering the appropriate medication. For the appearance of alopecia areata implicated several factors, among which are hereditary predisposition, hormonal disorders, thyroid gland disorders, anxiety, depression, and especially the lack of iron in the body.

3. Traction alopecia due to friction: This type of hair loss is the result of mechanical traction of the hair and is usually seen in women who tend to catch the hair bun or ponytail pulling firmly. The problem is compounded with intense brushing and frequent use of hair and rolei for styling hair. Equally aggravating for healthy hair is very tight hats, as they are responsible for the appearance of alopecia due to friction in the scalp. In addition, hair extensions, added, or adapted to the real hair, using glue, puts undue stress on the hair roots and thus can lead to thinning hair, and is one of the causes of dilution simeia.To species reversible alopecia and hair recover their strength just stop the causes responsible for their downfall.

Other causes that can lead to hair loss is intense and exhausting diet program, exposure to extreme weather conditions, the air pollution.

Even various skin diseases LEADING TO gradual hair loss. In women, hair loss can be caused by pregnancy and menopause.

Methods of prevention

  • Proper and balanced diet. Because the hair is mainly composed of a protein produced by amino "cystine" and "methionine" strengthens our diet with protein sources such as poultry, fish, red meat in small quantities, legumes, milk yoghurt and cheese.
  • Also consume liver, lentils, beans, and spinach, which is rich in iron, preferably in combination with foods containing vitamin C (broccoli, citrus, mango, apple, etc.), as this particular vitamin facilitates the absorption of iron from the organization. Without it, the iron, such as entering the body, so coming out, without being absorbed by the gut.
  • Taking various vitamins such as biotin, arginine, vitamins C & E, copper, zinc and iron to help the health of the hair. Play an important role, too, the B vitamins and especially B5, B6 and B9, involved in the synthesis of amino acids that compose the stem and the hair follicle. Even if our diet includes adequate sources of vitamin B-complex (yogurt, whole grains, meat, nuts and eggs) can add to our daily diet plus a supplement B complex, especially in times of stress or fatigue and illness.
  • Careful use of various hair care products that weaken and cause their downfall and the careful washing and brushing procedures which, if false, intense and also afflict hair so again gradual decline.
  • Enough sleep and proper that result in proper maintenance and nourish and strengthen hair from our body itself.
  • Avoid exposure to hair in extreme weather conditions such as exposure to bright sunlight as UV rays damage the hair, or in areas with heavy air pollution factors hindering the healthy development of their also causing significant damage.
  • During shampooing do Massaging fingers in the scalp, for 3-5 minutes. This stimulates the blood circulation and feed the hair follicle with the necessary nutrients.
  • To grow stronger hair using shampoo and tonic ampoules specifically for hair loss.
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