Hair loss is a concern for both men and women. Although the number seems daunting, experts consider it normal to lose up to 100 hairs a day.
However, some diseases that can cause hair to fall in large quantities. This can happen for a period or even be a definite situation.
The doctor and specialist in hair restoration Thiago Bianco explains that there is no need to despair: many diseases can have the picture reversed, as in the case of patients undergoing cancer treatment or with alopecia areata, which is characterized as a sudden hair loss.
In cases such as androgenetic alopecia, which cannot be cured, but can be treated, the only solution when baldness already exists is hair transplantation, which removes healthy hair from the patient and transplants it to the wireless areas.
“Any capillary fall above normal should be investigated and treated. Initial pictures respond well to treatment and more advanced pictures have the best option for hair transplantation ”, defends the specialist.
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POLYCYSTIC OVARY SYNDROME
It is a disease characterized by menstrual changes, high testosterone production and the presence of micro cysts in the ovaries, causing a hormonal imbalance and an increase in hair loss. Other symptoms include, weight gain, acne, oily hair and skin.
The gland is located in the larynx and is responsible for releasing the secretion of thyroid hormones. When the gland produces more or less hormones (hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism), the cycle of the threads is altered and, thus, accelerates the process of hair loss and with slower growth;
These are disorders such as alopecia arreata, lupus and psoriasis, which end up attacking the organs and tissues of the body and cause flaking of the skin (and scalp), in addition to changing the health of the hair and causing hair loss in certain areas.
It happens when testosterone (present in both sexes) is transformed into DhT, a substance that, in the scalp, generates miniaturization of the strands until the hair falls and does not grow again.
Diets that restrict the intake of food groups can impair the functioning of the body in several aspects, including the capillary cycle. In order for the diet to be balanced and guarantee the health of the wires, it is necessary to have medical supervision in food reeducation.