Causes of Hair Loss
Hair loss is usually seen in men, for 95% genetic and hereditary reasons, since men secrete the testosterone hormone. Hair loss begins at the age of 18 and continues to the age of 40, until the hormone loses its effect. There are some medical drugs to prevent hair loss, but these drugs are not recommended since they have a negative effect on reproduction. Another reason for hair loss, is ringworm, which is a disease that occurs with the immune system disorder. Rather than genetic reasons, stress is also very effective on hair loss.
Hair loss in women, is mostly triggered by their thyroid hormones. Other hormone disorders, vitamin deficiencies and blood diseases can trigger hair loss. Chemicals applied to women’s hair, also plays an important role in hair loss.
The ringworm usually appears as small bald circles, and rarely causes all hair follicles to fall out. Ringworm is an autoimmune condition, which means an immune system disease. It can be seen in both men and women. It is also likely to occur in children, may be temporary or permanent, but it is never contagious. The exact cause of ringworm is not detected yet, but it is estimated based on a number of reasons, which are; genetics, immune system and stress.
Gene and Hormone Effect in Hair Loss
The effect of men’s androgen hormone on hair follicles, is the main cause of hair loss. As these hormones are genetically transmitted, it is inevitable to see the effect of hair loss. Another hormone effective in men, dihydrotestosterone, is very important for the body in the age of development, but is also a precursor to the negative effect on the hair. It is possible to reduce the effect of these hormones to decelerate or stop hair loss. You can retrieve your hair back with a hair transplant operation.
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