It is very stressful for a woman to lose her hair, because women often called hair as Crown intended to prevent fame and everything that it renders less gloriously.
The most common causes of hair loss in women are:
- STRESS : severe physical or emotional stress shedding of hair regardless of whether a person is predestined to lose hair or not can lead to. This type is usually not permanent, but can be accelerated in the case of women with hereditary hair loss. Stress, which results in the loss of a loved one, strenuous sports, serious illness, drastic weight loss surgery hair could come to bloodshed, and emotional stress.
- Hormonal changes: Hormones are often responsible for excessive bloodshed hair in women. Their hormones are thyroid regulated, and if the thyroid over active or active, one of the characters even by the shedding of hair is manifest. You can even thyroid disorders, a doctor suffering from an imbalance between estrogen and androgens (male and female hormone) in this case you will prescribe again the normal levels of two hormones medicine. As soon as the hormone balance is restored, hair loss to normal should return. Other hormonal changes in the body system that lead to, shedding of the hair are pregnancy, birth control pills, and menopause.
- ALOPECIA AREATA: Alopecia is the medical term for hair loss and alopecia areata is called autoimmune disease, although its unknown causes are classified. One finds on the scalp or in the body and comes in a small round of smooth “patches”. It concerns often healthy people. A family history of alopecia areata increases the probability that it. What it is not enabled is known but it is currently believe that the immune system is suppressed the hair follicle and it often have with family members, the asthma, hay fever, eczema and other related autoimmune disease.
- ALOPECIA TOTALIS: in this case over the entire scalp. Affected hair follicles become very small and dramatically slow down production while they remain alive. The these follicles can resume normal hair production, even after years without treatment.
- Alopecia UNIVERSALIS: this occurs, and covers the entire body.
- ANDROGEN tables alopecia (female pattern baldness): this is a genetic disorder that occurs in one of five women and hair loss can come from both sides of the family of the parents. Women of all ages, from puberty up to may be affected. Researchers believe that a woman estrogen level drops, their hair follicles are more sensitive to testosterone in her body. As one fails the testosterone in your scalp, his product dihydrotestosterone (DHT) the hair follicle bothers, allowing it to atrophy. Smaller hair with less pigment are the result. Finally, the hair follicles will hair to adjust production as a whole. In contrast to men, women over the entire scalp, thinning hair can occur, although hair thinner in the front, on the side or the Crown usually limited to androgenic alopecia. Hair loss increase the risk of baldness, the age at which it starts the speed, the pattern and extent of baldness on both sides of the family.
- TRACTION ALOPECIA: This condition is usually caused by continuous and excessive stress on certain hair. Often found in women, the constantly their hair in ponytails, burns and Cornrows style. Although gradually to grow hair with the most power that can stop the condition can be reversed by simple hairstyle there becoming permanent, one who reduces the tension on the hair and hair follicles can if the stress is not relieved.
- TRICHOTILLOMANIA: This is a version of traction alopecia, which actually is a psychological state. It is compulsive hair strands in different spots on the scalp and, possibly, the eyelashes and eyebrows as “hair pulling disorder.” referred to is the individual. It is caused by an extreme amount of anxiety, stress and depression. It is most commonly found in children, young people and women.
- TINEA CAPITIS: commonly known as “Ringworm” and this condition is highly contagious. It can be from animals to humans