February 19, 2015
Hair loss is also caused by the hormonal imbalance. Experiencing thinning of hair and hair shedding is very common and no doubt stressful.
Most women are suffering from hair loss due to their bad lifestyle like excessive use of heating tools, using long lasting hair products, direct exposure to the sun, unhealthy diet, insufficient sleep etc.
But some suffer from androgenic alopecia. It’s a characteristic which is passed through their parents. This type of hair loss starts when women reach at the age of 40-65.
If you are experiencing hair loss then here you will learn about
Androgenic alopecia is a very common form of hair loss which can affect both genders, men, and women. It’s inherited from one or from both parents and can cause pattern hair loss at any time after puberty.
In androgenic alopecia, the shedding phase or the telogen stage is mostly very long. Whereas the growth phase or the anagen stage is very short or un-noticeable.
That’s the reason, women experiencing androgenic alopecia or hereditary hair loss needs a long lasting and effective treatment to cure it in time.
Victims who are suffering from androgenic alopecia doesn’t have fixed hair regrowth stages but it varies from person to person.
These are the 03 stages of hair regrowth cycle, which are unstable in the androgenic alopecia victims:
Hair goes through the anagen stage. In this stage, hair grows naturally and it’s the longest stage among other stages of hair regrowth cycle.
This is the resting stage of hair, in which hair rests for about 10 days.
And after completing the resting phase or the catagen phase, hair goes through the telogen phase. In which hair begins to fall and the whole process starts all over again.
You can also follow some simple and easy tips to control your hair loss, including:
According to the Trichologist of the Hair Transplant Clinic, androgenic alopecia typically appears with gradual hair thinning on the crown region with a widened part.
So if you are suffering from hair loss or you have noticed the early symptoms of androgenic alopecia, then it’s a good idea to seek professional help. Consult a trichologist at Hair Transplant Dubai Clinic for the evaluation of your hair loss treatment options.
The trichologist will first examine your scalp and then will tell you that which factor caused your hair loss.
If you are suffering from the androgenic alopecia which is a genetic hair loss then he may recommend you to get an androgenic alopecia treatment in Dubai from the hair transplant clinic.
But you might not be a good candidate to get an androgenic alopecia treatment due to certain conditions.