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Stop Hair Loss And Balding Problem

By Dr. Mital John  [ 597 Words ]

Baldness involves the state of lacking hair, often when it grows, especially on the head. The most common form of baldness is a progressive condition thinning hair called androgenic alopecia or 'male pattern baldness, which occurs in adult male humans and other species. More than partially half of men and women in the world experience hair loss. Some 30% of people have hair loss by age 30 years, and about 50% have hair loss by age 50 years. Hair loss is so common that most of the time, is considered a normal variation and not disease.

The official term for hair loss is Alopecia and it can mean either the total or partial loss of hair. If you suffer from hair loss you need information before the hair loss can start treatment with exact and hair loss. There are several considerations that hair loss will give you information that you should use to determine the severity of your hair loss and also help you understand the treatment options available to you.

What to consider:
When it comes to hair loss information there is much out there and you first need to determine what type of hair loss you have. Hair loss can develop gradually and can also be irregular or may occur throughout the body. Every day just about nearly one hundred hair are shed from the healthy human head. An average human scalp contains about one hundred thousand hairs. Hair will stay alive and survive for about four and a half years while growing at about half an inch each month. Then in the fifth year, the hair will fall out to be restored and replace by a new one within six months. The form of genetic hair loss results when the body fails to produce sufficient new hairs whilst being accompanied by excessive hair loss.

As people age they tend to lose the same amount of hair thickness and amount whether they are men or women. Men are further possible and likely to have inherited pattern baldness then women. By the time that thirty round about 25% of men will start to go bald and about two-thirds of men will be completely bald or have balding patterns by the time they turn sixty. The typical pattern baldness will have a kicking wire along with thinning around the crown. If men do not have testosterone as a result of a genetic abnormality or castration, then they will not develop pattern baldness since the pattern baldness needs testosterone.

Other causes of hair loss:
Before assuming you have the common type of hair loss is important to consider other causes of hair loss. While baldness is not usually a result of a single factor that may be related to aging, heredity and testosterone levels. Other possible causes of hair loss include hormonal changes, a serious illness, medications, excessive shampooing or blow-drying, emotional or physical stress, nervous habits, burn or parasites such as ringworm.

Main points of hair loss problem:
* Many causes of female hair loss are temporary - check your overall health and be patient.
* Take a look at your family for an idea of your risk of male pattern baldness.
* Do not be taken by the requests wonder products - there is no cure for female pattern hair loss.

Chances are that the greatest challenge of losing your hair is coping with the change in appearance. You may be irritated or disturb by other people's response or after trying different treatments with little success.

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