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What Are The Main Reasons Of Hair Loss Occurrence?

Hair loss for men and women begins as early as the teens and is fully seen by the age of 40 years old. Hair loss genes can be inherited from either side of the family or both sides. For men Alopecia is known as Male Pattern Baldness. In women it turns as a generalized thinning of the hair. Men can go completely bald, as to women, it is extremely rare.

Scientists believe that approximately 95 per cent of hair loss is due to Alopecia.

Alopecia Areata

there is a sudden loss of hair in round or irregular patches, the scalp is not inflamed. This type of hair loss occurs in individuals who have no obvious skin disorder or serious disease. It is often attributed to stress. Alopecia Areata is confined to a few areas and is often reversed in a few months, though recurrences may occur. To help for this disease cortisone shots are available but work only up to a certain degree. …


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