Loss & Thinning Hair
Loss & Thinning Hair
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Hair loss has a long list of causes. The end result of dealing with it and working with hair loss is the same. During this time of crucial changes in your appearance, Image Maker Wig Studio and Hair Salon is here to teach you how to work with your new situation. We aim to restore your confidence and overcome the insecurities that are the result of hair loss.
An autoimmune condition that causes hair to fall out suddenly. The immune system attacks hair follicles, along with other healthy parts of the body. We can help when Alopecia becomes the inconvenience and not the focus,
Androgenetic alopecia is another term for male or female pattern baldness. It is a very common cause of hair loss.
Some women may experience excessive hair loss shortly after giving birth. This is due to a decrease in estrogen levels. This type of hair loss is a temporary condition and usually resolves within a year or sooner.
A condition where the hair remains in the telogen (natural shedding) phase of the growth cycle. This causes more hair to fall out, sometimes in handfuls. Telogen effluvium is usually a temporary condition that resolves over time. Some possible causes include:
Causes large amounts of hair to fall out rapidly during the anagen (growth) phase of the hair cycle. Causes of anagen effluvium include:
Is hair loss due to pulling hair into tight hairstyles, which causes it to break and come loose. Hairstyles associated with this condition include:
Certain medications have side effects that can cause hair to fall out.
Nutritional deficiencies can cause hair to fall out. Extreme diets that are too low in protein and certain vitamins, such as iron, can sometimes cause excessive hair shedding.
Birth control pills
People may experience hair loss while using birth control pills. Others might experience hair loss several weeks or months after they stop taking them.
Ringworm is a fungal infection that can cause hair loss. Ringworm on the scalp, or tinea capitis, can cause temporary bald areas on the head.
The above terms were resourced from Medical News Today, and are being shared as an information only. We are not medical professionals and we are unable to diagnose the underlying issues of hair or thinning hair. We supply solutions to help your external appearance