Alopecia areata is a type of hair loss or baldness known to affect about 15 in 10,000 people. It can occur at any age and can be caused by several different causes.
What causes alopecia areata?
Alopecia areata is known to be an autoimmune disease. It occurs when the immune system attacks healthy cells in your own body. It is still not known why this occurs, but it is believed that something triggers the immune system to react against one or more body’s own tissues. Possible triggers are infection, viruses, medicine or other environmental factors. Inherit is also another factor that makes some individuals more prone to autoimmune diseases.
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Scalp Micropigmentation is a life changing treatment. It is an immediate and one of the quickest solutions to baldness. It is a process of having your scalp tattooed with tiny micro dots which resemble a buzz cut hairstyle. The treatment mimics your hair follicles, it simulates a full front, side and rear hairline.
Scalp pigmentation doesn`t penetrate the skin as deep as normal tattooing and it hurts as much as having a regular tattoo done, anaesthetics are involved sometimes but only if necessary, there is no scarring and it is not that expensive, certainly not more expensive than hair transplant. The treatment is permanent but it can be reversed, having the chance of changing your mind in five or ten years is one of this treatment`s perks.
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There are many reasons for female hair loss; they derive from natural seasonal recovery to internal disorder. These are the most common: after childbirth or while breastfeeding; sometimes hair falls due to seasonal renewal, usually in the fall; because of certain medications; hereditary loss; as a consequence of hair treatment (drying, coloring and frequent hair wash); diet and improper food; lack of vitamins and stress. Continue reading Ways To Treat Female Hair Loss
Almost everyone is in the process of losing hair. Even the fullest head of hair loses 50 to 150 hairs a day. Hormones have very large role in the process of hair growth and they are affecting every aspect of health. Many women commonly notice that their hair is at its fullest during times of pregnancy and after that they are facing pattern hair lose. After the pregnancy, they start losing hair more intense. In this period we can see the very best role on the hormones on our health.
Many times womens losing hair is associated with the hormones line estrogen and testosterone. Usually this is happening in the times of the menopause. Factors that might increase the hair losing in women are: high stress, poor posture and lack of exercise, heavy exposure to environmental toxins. When starts the hair losing, usually the first zone that is attach nape area of the head. Continue reading Balance Hormones With Nutrition and Grow Healthy Hair