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Hair loss affects both men and women of all ages and is a common dermatological condition. A healthy body is indicated by healthy hair. It is commonly recognized that hair loss can have negative psychological and emotional repercussions on both men and women.

The first indicator of hair loss is more than just how you perceive or feel about your appearance. There are many medical issues that might cause hair loss. Premature baldness is becoming more prevalent than ever before, thus it needs to be thoroughly examined. The majority of people have severe hair loss as a result of their stressful lifestyle, poor diet, family history, and other causes.

Understanding the difference between normal and severe hair loss is crucial. The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) states that losing 50–100 hair strands per day is normal. However, it can be an indication of hair loss if you're losing more hair than usual.

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Different Types Of Hair Loss

Hair loss affects a person's physical and psychological well-being. Before selecting the best hair treatment, it is essential to determine it’s type. The most common types of hair loss include the following:

  1. Alopecia Areata

    At any age, alopecia areata is a prevalent cause of hair loss. Small, rounded patches of baldness on the head are a result of this disorder. The immune system targets the hair follicles in this auto-immune condition, causing damage and hair loss on the scalp, eyebrows, eyelashes, limbs, face, and other areas of the body as well.
  2. Pattern Baldness

    Male or Female Pattern hair loss, sometimes referred to as androgenetic alopecia (AGA), is a disorder that causes mostly top and frontal scalp hair loss. In cases of male-pattern hair loss (MPHL), the hair loss frequently results into a receding front hairline, hair loss on the scalp's vertex, or a mix of the two. Female-pattern hair loss (FPHL) often turns as an all-over diffuse thinning of the hair.
  3. Traction Alopecia

    Some hairstyles, such as tight braids and ponytails, strain hair so firmly away from the scalp that hair strands are broken and fall out. Without a change in hairdo, traction alopecia may result in bald areas or thinning hair. Usually, hair grows back after you change your hairstyle.
  4. Telogen effluvium

    Telogen effluvium is a disorder that develops when many hair follicles on the scalp reach the telogen phase, also known as the resting phase, of the hair development cycle but do not start the subsequent growth phase. This leads to extensive scalp hair loss because there is no growth of new hair.
    The majority of the time, an illness like a thyroid condition, pregnancy, surgery, or fever will cause this type of hair loss. Telogen effluvium may also result from a deficiency in specific vitamins, minerals, or medications, such as the blood thinner warfarin or the acne medicine isotretinoin. Women frequently lose their hair for reasons related to iron deficiency.
  5. Cicatricial Alopecia

    Cicatricial Alopecia is an uncommon kind of hair loss in which inflammation kills hair follicles and replaces them with scar tissue. The onset of hair loss might happen suddenly or slowly enough that no signs are apparent. Other signs and symptoms include excruciating itching, swelling, and lesions on the scalp that are red or white and may mimic a rash. Men and women of any age might experience this kind of hair loss.
  6. Folliculitis Decalvans

    Redness, swelling, and lesions on the scalp that may be itchy or contain pus, known as pustules, are frequently present in patients with folliculitis decalvans, an inflammatory condition that destroys hair follicles.

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Symptoms of Hair Loss

Men, women, and children all experience hair loss in different ways and for different reasons. Nevertheless, people of any age or sex might find that there is more hair accumulating in their brushes or in the shower drain is always an alarm.

Men may experience any of the following hair-related symptoms:

  • Hairloss in large patches

  • Breakage of weak hair

  • Visible receding hairline

  • Gradual hair thinning

Women may exhibit the following symptoms of hair problems and hair loss:

  • Hair Thinning

  • Frizzy and Damaged hair

  • Hair loss in hair partitions

  • Hair loss on the crown of the head

Children and young adults may show the following signs of hair loss and other hair conditions:

  • Sudden loss of hair in spots

  • Patches of broken hairs

  • Incomplete hair growth on the scalp or eyebrows

  • Excessive hair loss due to medical treatments, weight change, anemia

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Reasons for Hair Loss in Men and Women

The most frequent cause of hair loss as people age is considered to be heredity. Androgenic alopecia is another name for this disorder (AA). There are two varieties of AA: female-pattern baldness and male pattern baldness, which refers to hair loss in men (hair loss in women). In both male and female pattern baldness, dihydrotestosterone (the male sex hormone) is a major contributor to hair loss.

There are, however, a few additional frequent causes of hair loss. Several of which are listed below:

  • Poor nutrition:

    This is one of the most common reasons for hair loss, especially in India. Iron deficiency (anaemia) tops the list followed by protein deficiency as the leading cause of hair fall. Improper absorption of nutrients can also lead to poor nutrition.
  • Crash dieting:

    Excessive dieting (especially mono dieting) disturbs the balance of protein, carbohydrates and fat; becoming a major hair fall reason.
  • Oral contraceptives:

    Certain oral contraceptives with synthetic progesterone can be a reason for hair fall (female pattern baldness).
  • Smoking:

    Nicotine (tobacco) causes shrinkage in your blood vessels and blocks the blood circulation to your hair follicles. With decreased blood supply to your hair follicles, your hair growth cycle is disturbed. Therefore, smoking makes it a leading reason for hair fall.
  • Mental stress:

    Stress can be a significant contributor to hair loss in people. It is unknown what specific process causes this type of hair loss. Physical or emotional trauma often results in hair thinning some months later.
  • Dandruff:

    Dandruff is inflamed, flaky skin on the scalp, which hinders proper circulation and nutrition to the hair. This becomes one of the many leading causes of hair loss.
  • Medications:

    Drugs used in the treatment of gout, depression, arthritis, high blood pressure, and heart problems contain ingredients that can trigger or be a cause of hair fall.
  • Hormonal changes:

    Pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, PCOS, etc can all be major hair fall reasons due to changes in hormones. Certain birth control pills can cause a temporary hormonal imbalance which also contributes to being a major reason for hair fall.
  • Hair products:

    This is among the most common causes of hair loss. Chemical treatment of hair, especially with ammonia-based products, perming, straightening, ironing, etc., can be harmful. This can lead to hair damage and can become a major reason for hair fall.

Hair Loss Treatment in Homeopathy

Homeopathy is a system of medicine that can effectively treat hair loss with its gentle and natural approach. In homeopathy treatment for hair problem, a homeopathic trichologist aims to treat the root cause of hair loss and strengthen the hair follicles. Homeopathy medicines help to control hair thinning and provide nourishment for hair regrowth. Many conventional dermatological treatments have serious potential side effects and don’t reduce the chances of reappearance of hair thinning. Homeopathy treatment not only reduces the chances of reappearance but is also a side-effect-free hair loss solution.

Hair fall treatment in homeopathy considers the causes like genetics, family history, hormonal imbalance, nutritional factors, emotional stress, and other factors which may act as triggers for baldness.

Results of homeopathy treatment are long-lasting, and not superficial. Treatment is provided based on individualization, which is tailoring the remedy according to the individual's needs. For example, two patients suffering from the same type of hair loss problem may receive different medications depending on their case details.

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How to determine if it's normal hair loss?

While you wash your hair thoroughly in the shower, hair that are already loose or disconnected from your scalp gather near the drain. While it might look like a lot, you’re probably experiencing normal hair fall/loss of hair. People typically lose 50 to 100 hair a day as a part of the hair growth cycle. Some loss of hair is normal for everyone and at every age. In case of excessive or unusual loss of hair, it is advised to consult our homeopathic doctor for effective hair fall treatment.

How to diagnose hair fall problem?

If the hair fall persists, it often indicates an underlying health issue such as thyroid problem, diabetes or heart disease. Our homeopathic doctor determines the cause of your loss of hair/hair fall based on a detailed examination of the patient’s health history. At Dr Batra’s™, the hair fall treatment is administered after a carefully evaluated study of the patient’s medical history. This is done taking into account the extent of loss of hair, the temperament, the sensitivities, etc. This customization ensures that the treatment plan is best suited to meet the patient’s individual requirements.

What are the factors determining hair growth?

Factors that determine hair growth are:
  • Genetics: A person's genes will dictate how quick their hair growth will be.
  • Gender: Gender plays an important role in determining speed of hair growth. Men grow hair faster than women.
  • Age: Hair grows fastest between the ages of 15 and 30, after which it becomes considerably slower.
  • Nutrition: Good nutrition is essential for maintenance and hair growth.

What should we eat to reduce loss of hair immediately?

For healthy hair, an overall balanced diet that is rich in lean proteins, fruits, and vegetables, whole grains, and fatty fish like Indian salmon and low-fat dairy are great boosters. This may help in stopping loss of hair when consumed regularly.

How long does hair grow in a month?

According to The American Academy of Dermatology, hair grows about ½ inch per month on an average and about 6 inches per year. This depends on your age, hair type, extent of loss of hair, overall health and other conditions.


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