Everything about hair loss


You find in this video and in this article:

- The definition of real hair loss

- How to diagnose a hair loss?

- The main causes of hair loss

- Food deficiencies and hair loss

- the definition of androgenic or baldness alopecia

- Hair loss treatments

Hair loss is a problem that can be annoying for the person who suffers especially at the level aesthetic.

First of all, know that there are different forms of hair loss depending on the area concerned (part or all of the scalp), but also depending on the duration of hair loss (a given moment or for a long period).

You should know that our hair contains on average between 100,000 to 150,000 hair and that we lose completely natural about 50 to 100 hair per day who repeller afterwards.

We speak of a real hair loss when the person loses more than 100 hair per day or when the loss focuses on a well -defined area of ​​the head.

the diagnostic Can be done by the successive taking of photos and counting the number of hair on a given area. Visualization of the hair under a microscope allows you to find the cause in some cases.

Hair loss can have several causes as :

  • Heredity
  • Hormonal changes (menopause, ...) in particular thyroid hormones and sexual
  • Food deficiencies like the lack of iron, of zinc and/or Vitamin B
  • Stress, a psychological shock
  • A diabetes ill -treated
  • Certain drugs (anticancer, anticoagulants, lithium, etc.)
  • Hair mistreatment (coloring, straightening, permanent, etc.)

Know that the baldness also called Androgenic alopecia is a hair loss that mainly affects the top of the skull, the hair being kept around the whole.

Androgenic alopecia can reach both man and woman, even if she is more frequent in humans. It is due to the presence of a gene that makes the hair located above the skull more sensitive to the action of androgens. They will become finer, explode and fall faster.

To effectively treat hair loss, you must first find the cause, that is to say if it is a food deficiency or a hormonal disturbance.

If it is an androgen alopecia, there are treatments like the minoxidil Who will make hair less sensitive to the action of androgens and activate their regrowth.

You still have to know that these treatments show their effectiveness that after 4 to 6 months, in general hair loss resumes when you stop treatment.

Dr Noura Marrai (Doctor of Pharmacy, YouTuber Health, creator of the health well-being Pharmaquiz application),

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