The Main Causes of Hair Fall

What are the causes of hair fall

Male pattern baldness (MPB) or androgenetic is responsible for hair loss in men. There are many causes for hair loss and thinning hair including serious diseases and extremely stressful events. Another reason of hair loss is genetic problem.
Hair loss is a loss of hair from the body or head. Specifically it is called hair loss or male pattern baldness. Some types of hair loss can be caused by an autoimmune disorder or alopecia areata. Alopecia areata involves the loss of all head hair. Causes of baldness are traumatic damage fungal infection (tinea capitis) such as by compulsive pulling (trichotillomania).

Signs and symptoms
Symptoms of hair loss are usually in scarring, skin lesions, dandruff and circular patterns. In male-pattern hair loss thinning and hair loss starts at the temples and the crown and either falls out or thins out.

Types of Hair Loss
The trigger is physical or emotional damage. According to Jessie Cheung, M.D., an assistant professor of dermatology at New York University School of medicine, “a condition that makes hair stop growing and fall out, Imagine going bald overnight.”

If you’re shedding more than usual for 2 or 3 months straight look at your diet. Consuming too little zinc, biotin, or iron, can send hair into famine mode. To restore those nutrients, eat more green vegetables and multivitamins.

New Treatments for Hair Loss
According to Kenneth J. Washenik, MD, PhD, a clinical assistant professor at NYU Langone Medical Center and the medical director at Bosley Medical, “The development of new treatments, including drugs and cell-based approaches for hair loss is at an all-time high,” he added “We have never had this many provocative treatments in the pipeline.”

Naturally 100-150 hair loss can happen in a day. When new hairs do not replace the old or when hair is coming out in sections.

Take vitamins
Take some extra vitamin in your diet which will prevent hair fall.

Vitamin A: 
Vitamin A is an anti-oxidant which promotes healthy hair naturally.
Vitamin B: 
Vitamin B helps your body produce melanin which gives hair its healthy color. It also stimulates blood circulation.
Vitamin E: 
Vitamin E stimulates circulation and good blood circulation keeps your hair follicles productive.
So try to eat healthy and include these vitamins in your everyday diet. Eating lots of greens, vegetables and fruits can provide you with these vitamins and minerals required for healthy hair growth. 
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