For both men and women, the onset of baldness and thinning of the hair are frustrating events. However, many people do not really understand the causes of hair loss, which makes them more likely to use less effective solutions. If we do not really understand the causes, we tend to turn to less optimal solutions.
At Starks, we inform you about the reasons for your hair loss before recommending a suitable procedure or solution. Our goal is to offer you the right treatment for your hair loss, not to recommend the status quo.
Starks’ healthcare professionals rely on their skills and solid skills to diagnose the causes of hair loss in both men and women.
Here is a list of possible causes:
We know that stress causes hair loss in both men and women. If your body does not manage stress well, it could be responsible for the refinement of your hair. Obviously, the best thing to do in case of hair loss caused by stress is to reduce it.
This is easier said than done for many people.
Female pattern baldness
Our culture focuses a lot on male pattern baldness, but rarely mentions its female counterpart. But be aware that, according to the Mayo Clinic , female pattern baldness affects 3 million women a year. This represents a large number of women who struggle with baldness.
Male pattern baldness
We have all heard of male pattern baldness. Like female pattern baldness, male pattern baldness affects 3 million men a year. The diagnosis is usually made by a healthcare professional.
* Female and male pattern baldness lasts a lifetime, unless the person decides to treat it.
Our modern world is full of ready-to-eat foods. Many of these foods contribute to the inflammation of the body. Fast food and diets loaded with artificial chemicals create an unfavorable environment for our hair and skin.
Thyroid and hormonal imbalances
Prolonged episodes of hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism often cause hair loss. This usually occurs on the scalp, but can also affect other parts of the body. In either case, it is important to consult a health care professional.
Many cancers are treated with chemotherapy. Although chemotherapy can save lives, it can also have a detrimental effect on a person’s hair.
During the chemotherapy process, many patients lose most, if not all, of their hair. Many successful people will have their hair grow back after successful chemotherapy. In cases where the hair only partially grows back, some hair loss treatments can help. Contact a Starks center near you for more information.
* Chemotherapy is not the only side effect of hair loss: many pharmaceutical drugs can also be the cause. If you suspect that a medication you are taking may cause your hair to fall out, contact your doctor for an assessment. The exact term for this pathological hair loss is anagen effluvium.
According to some theories, a form of hair loss called alopecia areata , which begins with small bald spots and can potentially spread all over the body, is caused by an autoimmune reaction. In this case, the body’s immune system may begin to attack the hair follicles because it believes they are foreign invaders.
The causes of hair loss are many. It is important to get a proper diagnosis rather than getting lost in guesswork. Starks’ healthcare professionals can help you understand why you are losing your hair and what treatments can help it grow back. Contact one of our centers today.
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