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Hair loss on seals, Alopecia

 

Alopecia is unpredictable!

 

Alopecia areata and how it affects the quality of life and self-confidence of a person. Alopecia areata is one of the most common autoimmune conditions. The pathology of this chronic hair disorder has not yet been fully studied. In a large number of patients, alopecia areata is associated with an increased risk of other autoimmune diseases.

 

How does alopecia begin?

 

Alopecia begins with one or more circular fields without hair on the capillary, can develop into complete hair loss on the head or complete loss of hair on the body. This condition is unpredictable and the course of the disease is not the same in every person. Alopecia areata occurs in both men and women of any age. The first manifestation often occurs in a person's childhood, which is usually a very difficult psychological experience. Alopecia areata is not life-threatening, but it definitely changes it, and its sudden appearance and unpredictable course have a deep psychological impact on the lives of people who become ill. In all forms of alopecia, the follicles remain alive and able to continue with normal hair formation, when they receive an adequate signal. Hair growth can occur without treatment, even after many years. There are three forms of this condition:

 

  • Alopecia areata
  • Alopecia areata totalis
  • Alopecia areata universalis

 

Alopecia areata is manifested by circular, smooth fields of various sizes on the capillary.

 

Alopecia areata totalis is a complete loss of hair on the head.

 

Alopecia areata universalis is the rarest phenomenon and is manifested by hair loss of the whole head and body.
Stamps on the head, from falling out, are the first thought of leukemia or chemotherapy treatment in people, but it does not have to be the cause of falling hair on the seals. If you know the real cause, the treatment is successful. Here are some reasons for alopecia:

 

  • Genetics
  • Certain medications
  • Hormonal changes
  • Stress
  • Diseases
  • Infection
  • Tight hairstyles
  • Emotional shock
  • Physical shock


As a solution, we recommend vitamin B, teas that support hair growth, jojoba oil, and blood circulation stimulation.


Consume foods rich in vitamin B, iron and folic acid. Vitamin B7 helps hair and nail growth, and foods rich in this vitamin are eggs, meat products, dark green vegetables, bananas and sweet potatoes. As for teas, mint tea helps the body produce sebum, a type of oil that soothes the scalp and eliminates dandruff. Rosemary contains ingredients that strengthen follicles and prevent hair loss. Nettle promotes hair regrowth.


A very important thing in keeping hair healthy is the flow of oxygen and circulation to the scalp. Also, make sure you have enough iron. Brush your hair daily to improve circulation and stimulate growth.