The problem is so rapidly growing day by day. Its causes, some say genetics, some say lack of nutrients, some say it’s a sign of growing wisdom. So to find out what actually causes Hair-loss, go to the link given below.
Now that you know that the most commonly occurring type of hair loss is caused by stress, let me emphasize. Stress caused by hair loss is like the question “What came first, the egg or the chicken?” it creates a never-ending loop.
But why is it? That a little stress can cause hair loss. Well actually, it’s the other way around! Stress actually Aids hair loss, not cause it.
Telogen Effluvium is a derived name. Telogen is refered to as the resting stage of that is present in the hair growth cycle, thus, Telogen Effluvium actually means when “Stress” causes roots of the hair are forced into the resting state in a premature phase.
But it most commonly begins when one goes through a state of trauma or shock (Physical or Mental).
However, this is nothing to be alarmed about. It is a temporary process and only occurs when your body needs more nutrients then your hair does. This problem naturally fixes itself in an average of 6 months maximum.
This is specifically the most disturbing out of all of the hair problems. Why? You ask because the hair does not simply fall out, it is yanked out by its owner.
This is a Mental Disorder which seems to be the individual's fault, but actually, it’s not. The individual suffering from this disorder is so provoked, so mentally shattered and under such intensive stress that they only find refuge in their own skin by harming themselves. This is particularly dangerous because the patient not only pulls the hair of his or her own scalp, eyebrows etc. But they sometimes chew and eat it as well. This welcomes many other diseases as well.
To deal with this disorder, it is best to seek medical attention as soon as possible.
Any abnormality in the immune system increases the risk of suffering from Alopecia Areata. Sometimes it is also associated with other conditions that involve thyroid diseases, lupus, vitiligo, rheumatoid arthritis, and ulcerative colitis.
It, however, mostly affects older individuals ranging from the age of 30 until the age 60. It is however acknowledged as a hair-problem that regards a discontinuation of hormonal therapies of estrogen and progesterone for birth control, or even, hair shedding that is bound with the end of pregnancy.
After gaining the basic knowledge, you might have noticed, the term stress was very little, but still used, in the topics above. This is exactly how stress works it plays a role while making your hair fall out, but it, however, does not cause it.