Hair loss in women
By PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines
Hair loss in women..? More than 30 million women in the United States suffer from hereditary hair loss, but many others are facing problems of thin hair as a result of health problems or menopause.
Naturally no one wants to lose their hair, but in the case of hair loss in women, this problem is traumatic. The men are facing the loss of hair or baldness with more resignation, but no woman wants to be bald.
For 2 to 3 years hair has a normal growth cycle of around of one centimeter per month. Almost all hair grows at the same time, approximately 90%, and the rest is in phase of rest, in this rest period hair falls to the three or four months, but at the same time new hair grows.During this cycle, it is normal that every day fall hair, but if your hair falls in excess it can be caused by any cause hair loss.
Last year more than 170 million dollars in different products were spent to combat baldness or hair loss in men and hair loss in women: simply and much of that money was lost money.
The dermatologist, Dr. Melissa Piliang the Cleveland Clinic says that in the market there are many products and treatments for the hair loss in women, but most of them are useless
When your health is OK, you lose between 50 and 100 hairs daily, but a number still grows back. Sometimes changes in diet or severe stress can cause higher than normal hair loss, likewise medicines to treat acne and Antidepressants can for some time, disrupt the normal cycle of hair growth.
Hair loss in women – Call immediately to your dermatologist
If you notice loss of hair or thin hair, regardless of cause, call immediately to you dermatologist, because while more early visit it, better for your hair. The doctor could do a biopsy of the scalp which is the golden rule of dermatologists for a sure diagnosis, you could also order a blood test and other clinical studies
These studies will determine whether your hair loss is inflammatory, infectious, cause due to an unexpected and severe stress or if the cause of your hair loss is genetic.
The Professor of Dermatology at Duke University, Dr. Zoe Diana Draelos, says that any vitamins that grow hair there is and if the cause of hair loss is malnutrition, healthy eating and a multivitamin will be necessary.
Hair loss in women – The only treatment approved
The only treatment for hair loss in women of hereditary origin in, in many cases effective and approved by the Food and Drug Administration is minoxidil, whose trademark is Rogaine, but should use it throughout you life, because if you interrupt your daily application, will return the problem
If you notice hair loss it is imperative to visit your doctor as soon as possible.
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