Hair Fall Causes
Know what causes your hair to fall
» In men, androgenetic alopecia is a major cause of hair loss.
» Hair in the Teellogen Afulezavyam starts falling short
» Switching to testosterone in dihydrotestosterone is also one reason.
» Genetically caused hair loss too.
Children fall for a number of reasons and their fall types are also many, which are also called Alopecia. As the age increases, both men and women decrease the thickness and density of the hair, being diluted in this way is a natural process known as the invasive alopecia. This happens when the excessive amount of hair fall in the pores of the resting phase and the growth phase is low.
The genetic problem of premature fall of the hair is called androgenic alopecia, which is commonly known as pattern baldmans. This is a common form of hair fall in both men and women. But the time of starting the baldness and the pattern (pattern) varies according to the gender. The problem of hair fall in men troubled by this problem can happen only from adolescent stage, while the problem of hair fall in the female lanes is generated after 30 years. In men, this problem is commonly known as mail pattern baldness, in which the hairline is retracted and becomes sparse on top.
In females, androgenetic alopecia is also known as female pattern bald ness. Women suffering from this problem get less hair full but the hairline does not move backwards. Due to androgenic alopecia in women, there is rarely a problem of completely baldness.
Spent Baldness or Alopecia Arrieta
Spent Baldness or Alopecia Arrieta affects children and adults all of a sudden and it is known as an autoimmune design, in which the body ends its hair follicles. In such 90 percent cases, the hair re-emerges a few years later.
Another type is “Psychiatric Alopecia” or Skavering Alopecia which causes irritation. This irritation turns the hair follicles into tissue tissues and causes permanent damage to the hair.
In the Teelojan efuluvium, the hair starts falling short (become rare), due to physiological stress or hormonal changes that harm the heavy load of your hair by entering the telegon. For this type of baldness, hormonal changes occurring in post-delivery period are major causes. Thus, this baldness is more likely to occur in women.
Trichicholomania is an imponder control disorder in which a person has a tendency to uproot his hair. This problem is usually found in children and it can be treated.
Hair loss in men
In males at a certain time, more than 95 percent of baldness is due to endogenic alopecia in men, which is also known as mail pattern baldness and which is genetic. Other causes of hair fall include severe diseases, side-effects of medicines, stress and other causes.
Reasons for Mail Pattern Baldness
In the mail pattern Baldness testosterone called hormone which is present in men and is responsible for the growth and development of the reproductive organs of men, it turns into dihydrotestosterone by an enzyme called 5-alpha reductase. The DHT, which is a product of testotrotein, is narrowing the hair follicles and reversing them and affecting the growth. Conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone is a common procedure because the body needs DHT to make testosterone completely effective. But for some special reasons, when it starts to grow in size, hair starts falling.