Causes of Hair Loss
There are some causes of hair loss that occur frequently in women and men. So, what are these reasons?
One of the most common causes of hair loss in most cases is genetics. Many men experience hair loss, which is partially or completely due to the presence of hormones that control the hair follicle and aging, in addition to the hereditary tendency.
In women, this condition is not so common. But if there is a female pattern baldness condition, the hair tends to become thinner and less sparse on the entire scalp. But complete hair loss is not so common in women as in men.
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The disease, called Alopecia Areata, is an autoimmune disease that affects the hair follicles and can be another cause of excessive hair loss. In this case, hair loss occurs in clusters. It causes the appearance of balding areas. Although it is very rare, this condition is known as 'alopecia totalis' when it causes complete hair loss.
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Stress is one of the frequent causes of hair loss in complex situations and unpleasant emotional situations. Many patients who have had a serious illness or major surgery experience sudden and excessive amounts of hair loss. This condition is usually temporary. But if you notice that the problem persists, you should contact your doctor for an examination.
Hormonal Disorders and Diseases
Hormonal disorders and some diseases adversely affect hair growth. These problems can lead to excessive hair loss. An example of this is thyroid diseases such as hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism, which make hair weaker and brittle. There may also be an increase in hair loss in women with diabetes, anemia, severe nutritional deficiencies, or heavy and irregular menstrual periods.
Some medications and very strong medical treatments have side effects. Among them, there is also hair decadence. For example, the condition of cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy can be an example. Because the drug applied completely blocks the growth of cells and tissues, including human hair, in addition to radiation.
Another cause of hair loss is the abuse of chemical hair products such as varnishes, foams, gels. Some products affect the scalp, making the skin increasingly oily. In this direction, it greatly weakens the hair fibers in the long run and causes excessive hair loss.