Could these Handy But Unusual Tips Help Regrow Your Hair? Part 2


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Generally, women don’t expect having to tackle female hair loss problems, even though family history reveals hair loss. The widely held belief is that baldness is predominantly a male problem and not a female issue.

Female hair loss is acknowledged only when women grow old and it’s difficult to find a treatment specifically aimed at tackling hair loss in women in Singapore.


 

TYPES OF FEMALE HAIR LOSS


 

The following are the 3 main types of female hair loss (alopecia):

Androgenetic Alopecia
This kind of hair loss in men is called male-pattern baldness. In women, this condition causes uniform hair thinning. Women affected with polycystic ovarian syndrome usually develop androgenetic alopecia.

Alopecia Areata
Both males and females of all ages suffer equally from this immune disease. This type of female hair loss occurs in different degrees of acuteness – from little, circular patches of hair fall that re-grow without medical cure, to chronic, excessive hair loss that could involve total loss of all scalp or body hair.

Traumatic Alopecia
This kind of female hair loss is due to chemically treating or braiding the hair. Hot rollers and such other appliances can cause hair damage to an extent, which causes the hair follicles to stop producing hairs, leading to baldness.


 

CAUSES OF HAIR LOSS IN WOMEN


 

There are many reasons for permanent or temporary hair loss in women. Some reasons are shared by males and females like pattern baldness, malnutrition, stress or vitamin/mineral deficiency but there are some issues that that can lead to hair loss in women in Singapore and other places.

They are:

Hormonal Contributors
This kind of hair loss in men is called male-pattern baldness. In women, this condition causes uniform hair thinning. Women affected with polycystic ovarian syndrome usually develop androgenetic alopecia.

During a woman’s lifetime, hormone levels will rise and fall, which lead to an imbalance, resulting in hair loss. Events like childbirth, miscarriage, abortion or menopause can play a role in these imbalances

However, this is a temporary condition, and the hair grows back once hormone levels stabilize.

Illness or Surgery
This kind of hair loss in men is called male-pattern baldness. In women, this condition causes uniform hair thinning. Women affected with polycystic ovarian syndrome usually develop androgenetic alopecia.

Chemicals or medicines given for treating ailments like high blood pressure, arthritis, chemotherapy, depression, surgery recovery and some kinds of birth control, too, can trigger hair loss. Once the medication stops, the hair tends to grow back

Stress
The majority of physicians and Trichologists concur that stress can lead to female baldness. During extremely stressful periods, the release of bodily chemicals like adrenaline into the blood can trigger hair loss and also follicle damage. Generally, this is just a temporary condition and the hair grows back in a few months.


 

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