Alopecia And Seborrheic Dermatitis

Alopecia And Seborrheic Dermatitis Alopecia and hair loss are synonyms. Contrary to common belief alopecia occurs equally to men and women. For a long while, it was thought of as specific to men. Seborrheic dermatitis is a skin condition quite common amongst many people. It occurs on the scalp. red skin, dandruff, and patches resembling scales are its most common symptoms. other areas of the body especially areas with a little bit more oil on the skin then others are subject to this kind of disease. Curing alopecia and seborrheic dermatitis is quite easy. The best solution to hair loss is having a hair transplant, while seborrheic dermatitis only requires slight changes in your lifestyle, medication, and help from expert medical staff.

How do I know if I have alopecia?

You are losing slightly more hair each day? Do you feel like your hairline is receding bit by bit? Are you anxious about the possibility of alopecia? Do you wonder if you should start considering a hair transplant operation? Thankfully it is easy to determine if this is indeed your condition, or your hair loss is merely caused by some preventable and temporary change in your body or external factors.

Many factors can cause hair loss but the main villains in this condition are age and heredity. If your condition is indeed inherited, it is called androgenetic or androgenic alopecia.  The pattern of inheriting androgenetic alopecia has not found out by scientists yet due to the lots of different genetic factors and exterior effects involved in the development of these conditions.

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Alopecia Areata

Alopecia areata is a quite common type of losing hair. With Alopecia areata your hair falls out in little patches, you might not be able to even notice that you are losing your hair. Lots of many patches, spots without hair, might connect before becoming noticeable. This is an auto-immune condition. When your immune system identifies your hair follicles as foreign bodies, it develops antibodies to fight against your own follicles, which results in hair loss.

Losing your hair can have severe causes and factors. One of them is can be telogan effluvium. Telogan effluvium is usually cause by trauma. It is usually caused  due to emotional or physical traumas. Shed resting hairs called telogan is the cause of it and usually it happens due to traumas or shocks on body.

The reason all the people who gets treated for their cancer being bald is anagen effluvium. It is a common condition. In anagen effluvium, growth stage or also called the anagen stage is the stage where all the hair starts to shed. The reason for patients to have a hair loss is the chemicals that are used for this treatment. While Anagen effluvium happens at growth stage, telogan effluvium happens at the resting stage.

Is alopecia common?

Alopecia is a condition that are mostly seen at men who are over  50 years old. The important factor about alopecia is age. Not all men have it but somehow half the men with over 50 years have hair loss due to their ages with different degree of hair loss. While it is like that for men, it is different for women. Menopause is an important factor for alopecia. Since appearance has lots of effect for daily life, hair transplantation is a popular option, even for younger people too. With easy and fast hair transplantation options, androgenetic alopecia and also other hair loss problems found a solution.

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What are the symptoms of Seborrheic dermatitis?

Seborrheic dermatitis can be noticed from many different symptoms. Some of these symptoms are,

  • Dandruff on your scalp, or even dandruff on beard, mustache, or eyebrows.
  • Many patches of greasy skin can occur in lots of places on your body.
  • Redness on your skin

Unbearable itchiness

These symptoms may worsen due to stress, unhealthy lifestyle, or exterior factors climate conditions. This condition should be treated before undergoing a hair transplant treatment.

What are the solutions?

For alopecia, supplements and treatments might slow down or completely halt the loss of your hair. Or you may even gain some of your hair back. But once it is determined you have alopecia, the best option you have is to go for a hair transplant. Hair loss can be a cause for losing sleep at night for many people. Many of us don’t want to, some of us can’t even handle the loss of our hair. The recession of our hairline harms our self-confidence, and make our life a lot harder than it already is. A hair transplant is probably what you need. Our clinic offers the best hair transplant techniques available in Turkey at competitive prices. Alopecia And Seborrheic Dermatitis

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