Types of Hair Loss

It's normal for people to lose at least a hundred of their hair regularly. This is because in the normal cycle of a person's hair growth – which is estimated to last at least two to six years – the strands of hair fall out regularly and the scalp will grow new in about 12 weeks. However, some people lose more than the number of stands expected in a day. There are more and more people who experience the burden of hair loss nowadays.
Experts say that many people who lose their hair don't even realize it. If you have to tell, many of them do not care about the condition of their hair and do not understand that they lost the glory of the crown if not because of the comments of those around them.

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If you think that you are one of those who is prone to hair loss, the first thing you need to know is the specific type of hair loss that exists. This will function as a sign if you lose hair in the long term or not.

The first type is “androgenetic alopecia” or commonly known as baldness — men and women who are vulnerable to this experience slow hair growth and weaker hair than before. In this condition, the primary cause can be hereditary because the history of bald patterns can increase the risk of losing your hair. Because of heredity, age is also affected which in turn accelerates the hair loss rate.

Another type is called “cicatricial alopecia” or scar tissue alopecia, which is a type of permanent hair loss, which occurs caused by inflammation. In this condition, the inflammation can damage the hair follicle and then become a scar. Because of this scar, new hair prevented from coming out. Alopecia scars can be caused by certain skin conditions such as lupus erythematosus and lichen planus where experts have not found what causes inflammation.

Alopecia areata is a type of hair loss, which considered as an autoimmune disease. Although there is a classification for this, the cause of the condition has not found. Experts say that people who suffer from their condition are generally healthy. Some say that this condition can be caused by autoimmune disorders such as specific thyroid, gene, or viral diseases in the environment where the person spends a long time there.
On the other hand, there are also types caused by changes in the normal hair cycle, called “telogen effluvium.” This condition may occur when a system is shocking which leads to premature rest from hair growth. These shocks can be physical but are mostly emotional like when someone sulks into depression caused by factors such as death and other stressful events. This can also be caused by physiological stress which causes fever, changes in body weight conditions, nutritional deficiencies, and other metabolic disorders.

Lastly, the type of hair loss that is becoming popular nowadays, “traction alopecia.” This particular hair loss is usually caused by too many hairstyles that give too much pressure to the scalp. Interestingly, it causes hair roots to become weak and immobilize them from growing healthy hair.