Yes, that, unfortunately, has become a reality in today’s time. Are you facing the same? Let’s study the reasons and the treatments like hair transplants. The stats and the facts show the mounting rise in the number of hair loss sufferers between the ages of 21 and 30 and ultimately ending will bald head. Teenagers are already facing hair fall problem and by the time they reach 21-22, they start facing hair loss issue.
Hair loss is a multi-faceted disorder with many dynamics involved in addition to simple genetics. Anxiety, career stress, unhealthy diet, and even harsh hair styling methods full of chemicals are amongst the probable reasons that younger generations are experiencing hair loss and baldness at an earlier age. Hair thinning & aggressive hair fall and receding hairline are some of the symptoms. Hair thinning that starts from the forehead region and slowly spreads across the scalp resulting in baldness.
The earlier, the better, and the earlier you understand the cause of your baldness the better to help you decide which treatment (or lifestyle changes) may work for you.
So let’s understand in detail.
Hair grows all over the human body, except the palm and sole of feet. Hairs are made up of a protein known as keratin, which is produced by the hair follicles in the skin. It’s basically dead cells and the more keratin cells are produced, the old ones tend to shed or fall and new ones take the place.
Hair growth has certain stages & functions. The stage in which hair grows is growth phase aka Anagen phase, in which the hair follicles produce new keratin cells.
After Anagen Phase comes Categen stage in this the new upcoming hairs cells get connected & attached to the existing hair shaft while follicles shrink and detaches from dermal papilla, this stage lasts about 15 days.
Next is the telogen phase that’s the rest period, when the rest period remains for a longer period of time and doesn’t enter the Anagen phase, the hair loss begins to show up.
There are many types of alopecia, some of which mainly affect kids, some affect only women or the elderly, or are initiated by psychological conditions. Some are also common with other disorders, especially hormonal disorders, and eating disorders.
Inspecting the pattern of hair loss is the first step to find whether the hair loss is caused by hereditary reasons. Male pattern baldness, or androgenetic alopecia, is the most common hair loss stage that is observed in men and is basically the outcome of the hormone known as DHT (dihydrotestosterone); which is a byproduct of testosterone and it increases with aging.
The reason for the baldness can be numerous like:
- Unhealthy lifestyle
- Career Stress
- Education Stress
- Emotional Stress
- Smoke & Drugs
- Mobile & Radiations
- No Physical exercise
- Hormonal disorders
- Nutritional Imbalance
But the following the following options will definitely give you the result.
Change your food habits: Include Vitamins B3, B5, B9, and E (found in orange, spinach, chicken, fish, broccoli and soya beans) , Zinc (wheat, dairy, oats and egg yolk) ,Magnesium (milk, tuna, banana, cashews) , Iron (fish, leafy greens, fortified cereals, and beans) in good amount
External nourishment: Massage with oil and use mild & herbal shampoos.
Medicines: Taking medicines and applying formulated oils may help but these are not permanent solutions as they work till the time they are in use.
Hair transplant: It is one of the proved solutions till date that will not disappoint you. This is considered the most effective, safe and permanent solution adopted by surgeons. In this surgically the hair follicles from the backside of the head which are not affected by the hormones are extracted and transplanted in the bald area. Micro-holes are done one by one and hair follicles are inserted into these holes.
So if you want a good solution to hair loss at a young age, you can opt for a hair transplant with highly qualified hair transplant doctor and reputed hair transplant clinic.
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