Your hair is an integral part of your personality and losing it can often be quite traumatic for most people. However, as simple as the hair might seem, it is actually quite a complex structure and within the hair and below the scalp, there is so much happening that it is often tough for the mind to fathom. Its complexity also arises from facts such as some people have thick lustrous hair, but... Read More
In continuation from the previous article, we will look at some of the other factors that can tamper with your body’s thyroid levels, and cause hair loss as well.
Adrenal fatigue: The adrenal glands are located right on top of the kidney, and our body relies heavily on it during situations of stress and anxiety. In today’s world, stress comes in various manners and almost all of us are... Read More
Most of us would have heard about thyroid and that thyroid imbalances can cause problems; however, not many of us would actually be aware of how thyroid can affect our body. As a matter of fact, thyroid imbalance is one of the leading factors for hair loss. There are several cases, wherein people with thick hair suddenly started noticing more hair in the shower, as opposed to their head.... Read More
While hair loss can take place in men as well as women, the character of both is different. Conditions that can cause hair loss in men, might not affect women the same way. This is why, in order to treat hair loss in women effectively, it is important to judge it properly first. In this article, we will look at one particular type of hair loss in women, commonly known as androgenetic alopecia... Read More
It does not matter which part of the world you live in, and what season of the year it is, frizz can trouble you any time and if you have frizzy hair, you would be well aware of how harrowing it can get. For most women, their hair is their true crowning glory and they will take great care to ensure that it looks perfect, all the time. However, for most women, frizz is a big time... Read More
In continuation from our previous article, we will continue to look at other aspects of frontal fibrosing alopecia. Given that we have already looked at what the condition is, the history, the clinical features, the epidemiology as well as the pathogenesis, we will now continue to look at the differential diagnosis, how it presents itself and how it can be treated or contained.
Let’s first... Read More
Hair loss is of various types, and in order to treat any one of them, it is important to understand which type it is first. Frontal fibrosing alopecia is one of the types of scarring or cicatricial alopecia.A rare condition affecting mostly women in the menopausal or post-menopausal age group, it can lead to them losing a few inches of their hairline.
In most cases of frontal fibrosing... Read More
There are numerous reasons that could lead to hair loss, however, the best method of curing the same would be by firstly understanding the underlying cause. One reason that has led to serious hair loss related problems include thyroid playing truant. In order to treat hair loss caused by thyroid, it is essential that we understand what thyroid is and why it is that it creates such... Read More