Hair loss is not only a problem in men but also several women suffer from it. The hair loss rate is higher when men or women are between 40 and 60 years of age. The female androgenic alopecia has features that distinguish it from mere natural hair fall, the issue is that all women despair when they see a few hairs in the tub.
There are many products on the market that help to stop this problem and regrow hair, but this does not mean that it will solve the hair loss, but simply give a better look at her hair.
Female Baldness happens for several reasons such as:
- Genetic predisposition
- Changes in androgen levels
- TE after birth
- By the use of drugs or drugs
In the female hair loss appears a crown, the hair of the frontal zone remains intact, while the center line weakens and falls.
When the problem occur normal hair is being replaced by increasingly fine hair, reason begins to see your scalp. When it reaches menopause, estrogen levels deplete and alopecia tends to grow, in some cases some women have complete loss of hair from the front line.
The good news is that female alopecia has many more solutions and possibilities of recovery than men. The doctor may prescribe drugs Minoxidil or hormonal treatments, as well as antiandrogens.
Note that although the dyes, heat treatments and chemicals used in women hair tend to have a hair loss, there are incentives in the problem of androgenic alopecia.
The polycystic ovary syndrome commonly causes a loss of hair, but this is accompanied by irregular periods, galactorrhea, cystic acne, weight gain and infertility.
Types of Alopecia:
- Alopecia Areata: are areas with patches round bald head.
- Alopecia totalis: you lose all the hair on the head.
- Alopecia Universalis: causes hair loss all over the body including pubic hair.
These types of alopecia are treated with topical corticosteroids, ultraviolet light, steroid injections and irritants that stimulate the hair and promote hair growth, which have proved moderately successful.