Hair loss/hair fall is a very prevalent problem that affects everyone alike, regardless of gender barrier. Everyone used to typically shed between 50 and 150 hairs per day. This is because hair will be in a shedding position at the conclusion of the growth cycle, and subsequently hair fall occurs as a result of our daily activities.
Early-stage sufferers of hair loss never bother to seek therapy. Everyone needs to adopt a new attitude toward hair loss. Men and women should take the initiative to seek therapy for hair loss in the early stages before it worsens and eventually affects body hair loss. With a variety of hairstyles, people attempt to hide their bald scalps.
The most typical kinds of hair loss include
A variety of medical disorders, like as
The following can stop hair loss:
Usually, an acute event such as a serious illness, major surgery, thyroid disorder, pregnancy, iron deficiency anemia, starvation, rapid weight loss, or vitamin D insufficiency triggers its development.
Before the hair comes out, each hair follicle goes through a cycle that comprises a growth stage (anagen) and a rest stage (telogen).
Depending on the condition, your dermatologist may recommend you treatments ranging from oral or tropical medications or hairtransplant for extreme cases.