Hair LossHair loss and baldness boil down to the same thing having no hair or losing it. The only difference is the reasons why hair loss happens. It’s common to see thinning hair in in elderly people, while different health conditions being the instigator for many losing their hair.

If children are affected by hair loss a doctor should be seen.
Thinning hair can be the result of unhealthy diets and sickness.
No one wants to go bald but it’s not something easily prevented… treated maybe

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Hair is made up of several sorts of the protein called keratin. A single hair consists of a hair shaft (hair that shows) a root below the skin and a follicle from which the hair root grows. Near the bottom end of the follicle is the hair bulb where the hair colours or melanin is created. On average you lose roughly 50 to 100 hairs daily. The loss is replaced with new hair growing back in the same follicle.

As of yet, there is no true cause for hair loss. It seems to be a mix of both genetic makeup and change in hormones.

Androgenetic Alopecia affects both male and females where women and men lose their hair gradually. Men see hair loss in the front and on the vertex of the scalp, unlike women who don’t normally see this area affected.

Female Pattern Baldness affects about 20 million women in America, and they say the reason for this is down to genetics.

Stress-related baldness (Telogen Effluvium.)can have a severe impact on hair follicles. If stress is treated the hair will grow back

Trichotillomania you could say is self-inflicted. It’s where people tend to pull their own hair out. Trichotillomania is strongly connected with emotional or mental upsets.

Alopecia Areata: forms circular patches of hair loss around the scalp. A physical problem called autoimmune dysfunction is usually responsible.

Anagen Effluvium is caused by chemical damage where a person experiences patches of hair loss because of certain chemicals having damaged the hair follicles. In lots of cases, it’s impossible to prevent due to using strong drugs and certain treatments such like what is used for treating cancer. It’s a temporary problem and patients do see re-growth. If hair is falling out in clumps see a doctor about this.

Hair Loss