Kamis, 16 Februari 2017

5 Myths Wrong Causes Hair Loss

5 Myths Wrong Causes Hair Loss
                         Hair loss can be caused by genetic factors, hormonal and environmental aspects. Where the exact cause of the third, it is difficult to ascertain.
The most common form of hair loss for both men and women, is androgenetic alopecia or pattern baldness. It is estimated that more than 95 percent of men who suffer from hair loss are affected by androgenetic alopecia.
Although many people think that baldness or hair loss only affects men, in fact there are many women who experienced the same thing.
We lose 50-100 hairs every day and this is reasonable. Many people do not notice because there are 100 thousand more follicles in our scalp, numbers 50-100 are considered insignificant. That's a fact.
Outside the scientific facts, there are also myths about hair loss that do not need you to believe, for example:
1. Wearing a hat will cause hair loss
Unless you wear a hat so tight that it interferes with the circulation of the follicle, you can wear a hat as often as you like without experiencing hair loss.
Traction alopecia, or hair loss is caused by damage to the hair follicle, is a condition that is often associated with the loss of the use of hats.
In fact, bond or braid is too tight, it may cause traction alopecia, says the founder of TDR. Ken Anderson.
2. Baldness is inherited from the mother's side
Genetics do play a major role in hair loss. However, the possibility of paternal or maternal genes decrease hair loss, is the same size.
There are studies that say that hair loss genes passed down through the X chromosome that we receive from our mothers. However, more recent studies have indicated that the hair loss gene also exists in the Y chromosome which is owned by your father.
That is, there are a variety of genetic factors that can affect hair loss, not just a single gene found on chromosome X.
3. Hair loss can not be repaired
In addition to genetic, hormonal changes can also cause hair loss. Extension of the male hormone testosterone into dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is a direct cause of hair loss. Testosterone also exist in some women. Appeared almost among some women.
Research shows that women with excess testosterone are more likely to suffer from hair loss. Changes in the hormone testosterone into DHT can adversely affect the hair follicles.
Fortunately, there are hair loss treatments such as Propecia and Rogaine that effectively lower levels of the hormone DHT hair loss can be prevented and in some cases even bushy hair can grow back.
4. Only parents who experience hair loss
Yes, the hair tends to thin with age, but hair loss due to traction alopecia can occur from the age of puberty. Hair loss at a young age, tend to be more difficult to treat.
Hair loss can begin to occur since his teens for men, and 20s for women. In such cases, it is important to consult a hair restoration specialist to get rid of atypical cause of hair loss, such as polycystic ovarian syndrome, a hormonal disorder that commonly occurs in women. This hormonal disorders have symptoms, one of which is hair loss, said Anderson.
5. Stress causes hair loss
Some studies did say bring physical and emotional trauma including weight gain sudden, certain medical conditions, or the death of someone in the family, can cause hair loss.
However, the actual stress does not directly cause hair loss. Stress deplete stores of vitamin B12 in the body that is responsible for distributing blood, oxygen and nutrients to body tissues, including hair.
Stress is a common everyday like eg stress due to congestion or a job, does not cause hair loss.
Which causes hair loss is very severe stress such as loss of your loved ones, said Anderson.


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