Alopecia Areata is a condition that is known to cause hair loss and thinning. It typically begins to form in small patches around the scalp.
These small patches are often not noticeable, however if the condition develops further and the patches connect then the balding areas will become more apparent.
While it most often is noticed on the scalp, it can also thin the hair on the eyebrows, eyelashes, and other parts of the body.
Alopecia Areata occurs when the immune system attacks/damaged the hair follicles causing hair loss.
Most often, this is an idiopathic autoimmune disease which means modern medicine does not know the exact cause of it. However, Alopecia can be hereditary, due to aging, a side-effect of certain drugs and medications, due to pulling or damaging hair styles and treatments, or a result of radiation on the head.
Alcopecia universalis (also known as Alopecia totalis) is a very advanced form of Alopecia Areata that results in complete hair loss on the head and body.
Traction Alopecia occurs when the hair thins in a particular spot do to continuous pulling or traction on the hair follicle. This can occur when a person repeatedly styles their hair in tight ponytails, buns, braids, or has damaging hair extensions applied to their scalp.
Androgenetic Alopecia is different from Alopecia Areata because Androgenetic Alopecia is caused by a sensitivity to dihydro-testosterone rather than it being caused by an autoimmune response like Alopecia Areata.
Like Alopecia Areata, Androgenetic Alopecia is common in both men and women. However for men this is often labelled "male pattern baldness". This is because men often experience Androgenetic Alopecia in a notable "M" shape, as women experience overall hair thinning.
In men, Androgenetic Alopecia often leads to partial or complete baldness, while in women total baldness is much more rare.
Yes, there are treatment options available for those diagnosed with Alopecia. There are injections as well as topical ointments that can be used to treat the hair loss experienced with Alopecia. To learn more about how to treat your Alopecia symptoms, visit your doctor.
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