Going bald or baldness, also called alopecia, means the lack or loss of hair. Both men and women basically can face two primary causes of baldness: permanent hair loss, arising from abnormalities in hair follicles and temporary hair loss, arising from temporary damage to the follicles.
The first category is dominated by male pattern baldness (androgenetic alopecia) which consists of some degree in as much as 40 percent of male populations. The hair loss in male pattern baldness progresses gradually, beginning with a characteristic receding of the hairline at the front or thinning of the crown hair and proceeding until only a thin rim of hair remains at the sides and back of the head.
And in female pattern baldness, which is rare overall but the most common type of hair loss in women, there is diffuse thinning of hair on the scalp due to increased hair shedding or a reduction in hair volume, or both. Each year thousands of people are losing their hair as a result of some involuntary and uncontrollable reasons. There are many signs to understand of going bald much earlier and also some recommendations for you to stop the hair loss or regrowth your hair.
The Hair Falling Out
The loss of 50 to 100 hairs a day is considered normal. Seasonal changes can double this number. You need to watch the number of daily shedding or to take a test to understand if there is a sign of abnormal hair loss. If it is needed to give an approximate figure, when the hair loss exceeds 125 hairs per day, it could be considered as more than a normal shedding.
Rashes on Head
There could be rashes on your scalp because of various skin problems. However, some of the rashes on your head could refer to going bald, as well. In order to detect this particular reason, you need to define the character of the rashes. You have to see your dermatologist and learn if these rashes are about any disorder or disease. Then he or she will inform you about your condition and about the hair growth cures and treatments if you need.
Hair Loss on Hair Line
The other important sign of the abnormal hair loss is the area of the shedding. Check your hair on the mirror, if there is a visible hair loss on your hairline (at the finish of the forehead), it most likely refers to the going bald. The baldness area differs according to your gender (male/female). The first awareness about the abnormal hair loss is facing with the appearance changing in this particular area. Especially men start to understand the seriousness of the problem if they are losing their hair on this hairline.
If you are going bald, you see that there are visible scalps on your head. Some parts seem to be hairless and you feel worried about it. There is no need to worry, you only should see your doctor and ask if there is a specific reason behind this baldness. It sometimes refers to another disease which should be cured with the medicines and/or supplements.
Some processes of thinning hair can be treatable. According to the AAD, treatments can take six to nine months. However, if you continue to experience hair loss, it may be time to talk to your doctor. This is especially necessary if you start seeing bald spots on scalp. Your doctor can detect any underlying medical conditions, as well as offer related medications or treatments. Hair transplants are one of the effective options for trigger the hair growth.
Check Your Head
Firstly, you need to check your head to understand if there is a serious hair loss or not.
When you see at least one sign we defined above, you can start to think that you should start to think seriously about your hair.
Watch Receding Area
While you are checking your head, you should make it periodically. Sometimes there could be another reason for the losing your hair, such as high level of stress, season change, a skin disease or another problem with your general health. Before worry about your hair in the first check, you need to watch for a while the receding area on your head.
Check Your Life Style – Eating Habits, Stress Levels, Illnesses, Psychologic Statement etc.
If you are losing your hair more than before, maybe you may check your lifestyle. Because your hair quality affects by your eating habits, stress levels, illnesses and the psychologic statement you have or the environment you live. If you detect any negative change in your lifestyle by checking it, you may start with change the thing you affected by, if you can. We cannot do anything for the unchangeable things but at least you understand that there is something affected by your hair and scalp quality. Moreover, maybe it is the time you begin to search your condition a bit on the Internet or with social sources and learn about the causes, frequencies, effective cures, hair growth products, hair replacement options just before the see your doctor. Do not forget, it is useless to diagnose yourself without seeing a specialist.
Try to Figure Out If It’s in Patches or Not (It can be Alopecia disorder)
To detect the underlying reason for the problem, you need to define your complaints and to be aware of the appearance of your head. For example, if you are losing your hair because of the alopecia disorder there can be a specific treatment for you to follow. The best way to understand is to visit a dermatologist and tell your story and observations.
See a Doctor
After some time, if you follow your self-check regularly, you can be sure whether something goes wrong with your hair or not. In order to understand your exact problem, you need to see your doctor without loss of time. Your doctor will examine you and may order some blood tests to check for certain diseases and conditions.
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