Causes of Hair loss (alopecia)-Treatment

by admin on January 27, 2009

how to prevent and treat hair loss

how to prevent and treat hair loss

Alopecia is loss of hair, which may be diffuse, patchy, scarring or non scarring.
Diffuse non-scarring alopecia
1. Androgenic Alopecia: in men recession of the frontal hairline, near the temples and thinning over the vertex occurs. In women, the scalp hair loss is generally diffuse but more in the vertex area.
2. Endocrine and nutrition related: Endocrine abnormalities of thyroid, pituitary or adrenals can cause diffuse alopecia, Malnutrition and Zinc deficiency or iron deficiency may also cause diffuse alopecia.
3. Telogen effluvium : certain events can induce hair follicles to enter the telogen phase, it commonly follows after delivery of a baby, high fever, surgery or other stress.
4. Anagen effluvium : Abrupt cessation of hair growth follows use of cytotoxic drugs like cyclophosphamide, heparin , warfarin, colchicines, vitamin A.
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Dr.faizan January 31, 2009 at 11:29 pm

I have read the full post and I found it very useful information for many common people.. Specially for them who are in confusion for their treatment regarding hair fall.


Treat Frontal Hair Loss March 26, 2009 at 5:01 am

Thanks for sharing the causes for hair loss. Can you also share the remedies for the same?



Frontal Hair Loss Solution August 19, 2009 at 5:46 am

Great analysis on hair loss problems. Thanks for sharing.


Ramona Gardner September 5, 2010 at 7:05 pm

thanks, informative read. i have been trying to deal with my gradual hair loss for quite a while.


PATIENCE TARSO March 15, 2011 at 8:51 pm

thanks for your ideas about the lost hair, i grateful to have found you.
keep advising and bring out more information to help treat our hairs


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