The Main Cause Of Alopecia

The Main Cause Of Alopecia

Alopecia is the general medical term for hair loss. There are many types of hair loss with different symptoms and causes. Male pattern baldness is the most common type of hair loss, making about half of all men at age 50. It usually begins around the twenties or early thirties, and most men have some degree of hair loss in their late thirties. In addition to affecting men, it can sometimes affect women. During the baldness of the female pattern, the hair usually disappears on top of the head.

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Alopecia Areata
Alopecia areata causes patches of baldness over the size of a large coin. They usually appear on the scalp but can occur anywhere on the body. It can occur at any age, but occurs especially in teenagers and young adults. Alopecia areata is caused by a problem with the immune system. It is more common in people with other autoimmune conditions, such as an overactive thyroid, diabetes or Down’s syndrome.

Scarring Alopecia
Scalp alopecia, also called cicatricial alopecia, is usually caused by complications of another condition. In this type of alopecia, the hair follicle is completely destroyed. This means that your hair does not grow back.

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Anagen Effluvium
Anagen effluvium is widespread hair loss that can affect your scalp, face and body.
One of the most common causes of this type of hair loss is the chemotherapy of cancer treatment. In some cases, other cancer treatments can also cause hair loss.

Telogen Effluvium
Telogen effluvium is a common type of alopecia where there is much widespreadness of the hair, instead of specific bald patches. Your hair may become thinner, but it is unlikely that you will lose everything and your other body hair will usually not be affected.

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Ways to Strengthen Your Nails

Ways to Strengthen Your Nails

Limit Exposure To Water
Wear gloves when doing the dishes and do not put in the bathtub for too long or keep your nails out of the water for most of your week.

Drink A Lot Of It
A health and beauty secret we can all benefit from is that hydration is essential for beautiful skin, hair and nails. Drink a lot of water throughout the day, and you’ll feel better and look forward to your hydrated nails and nails. A balanced diet that contains a lot of protein will also help improve your nail health.

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Hold Your Nails On The Shorter Side
If you have trouble with weak nails, consider reducing the length while building up the strength. Shorter nails are less prone to break because there are less exposed edges to tear and less surface where water and chemicals can be absorbed. Make sure to put your nails in one direction and do not see them back and forth, so that your nails can split and peel.

Take Care When Cleaning
Exposure to chemicals and detergents can weaken your nails so that your nails are protected during household tasks by wearing gloves.

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1- Apply the oil to your nails through a gentle massage.

2- This will nourish and moisturize your nails and improve its firmness and elasticity, making it velvety.

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Causes Of Scalp Sensitivity

Causes Of Scalp Sensitivity

The scalp’s teeth are linked to many forms of headache. In particular, the scalp is linked to headache with the nerves from the back of the neck to the forehead. Conditions that cause these nerves to swell or restrict can cause pain that moves through the head, neck and scalp. The scalp becomes so sensitive to some people that even a slight touch may be painful. In others, the scalp is numb. This form of nerve pain is rare and usually caused by injury or spontaneously pinched nerve. Headaches affecting these nerves, however, are much more common.

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Dandruff
Dandruff is a common complaint that affects places of the body where natural oils collect. It can cause red, flaky patches on the scalp. Although there is no sign of bad hygiene or illness, many people seek treatment from irritation or shame. Rare can be caused by fungal infection or ringworm. Psoriasis of the scalp can also lead to the headache and skin of the skin. Unlike rose, the skin is dry with a silver shine. Stress, hormones, dry air or cold weather can cause psoriasis.

Alopecia And Hair Loss
A form of hair loss called alopecia areata can also lead to headache. In this condition hair follicles fall into circular clumps from the scalp and sometimes the body. Two hands cup a large amount of hair. Alopecia can be very traumatic for patients.

Other Factors That Can Cause Hair Loss Include:
-Bad diet, especially those lacking in protein and iron.
-Lupus.
-Hyperthyroidism.
-Therapies such as chemotherapy and radiation.
-Some women also experience reversible hair loss after childbirth, during hormonal therapies or during menopause.
-In some cases of alopecia, the hair will probably return. In other forms, hair follicle damage is so severe that hair loss is irreversible.
-Other causes of headache.

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Conditions That Affect The Skin Else Where On The Body Can Also Occur On The Scalp These Include:
-Acne
-Cysts.
-Allergic reactions.
-Infections of the skin cells or hair follicles.
-Viral diseases that cause skin ulcers, such as shingles and measles.
-Dense hairstyles, headbands and helmets.
-Regular or improper use of hair products such as dyes and relaxers.
-Hair dryers, flat irons and curling pins.
-Brushing or rubbing the hair while wet can break hair follicles, causing hair loss and scalp to cause irritation. Bursting can also cause problems.
-While it is rare, the oral scalp can be a sign of more serious health conditions, such as cancer cells and melanomas. These conditions usually present as new or altered mole or stubborn ulcers.
-Particularly painful, severe or prolonged cases of scalp sensitivity should also be reported to a physician.

Treatments To The Headache
Many also need basic cleaning and care to ensure that the area is well-managed.

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Caring For Your Acne

Caring For Your Acne

Clean Your Skin Properly
The backbone of your skin care routine should be a good cleaning. Thorough cleaning keeps the skin free of excess oil, dirt, sweat and makeup, leaving a nice clean base for your acne treatment products. But good cleaning goes beyond soap and water. First, you have to start with the right cleanser for your skin nothing too hard or dry. For most people, a twice daily cleaning is the goal. Make sure you do not forget to wash your face before bedtime!

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Moisturizing Helps Fight Acne-Treatment Dryness
Many people with oily skin steer clear of moisturizers. But moisturizing can be a good thing, even if you have acne. A good oil free moisturizer will not cause breakouts, but will help relieve dryness, flaking and peeling. The trick is choosing the right moisturizer for blemish prone skin.

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Protect Your Skin From The Sun
Last but certainly not least, your skin should be protected from the sun. Sunscreen prevents more than just sunburn it reduces your chance of developing premature lines and wrinkles, dark spots and skin cancer. There are plenty of good sunscreen out there today that are not heavy or greasy and will not clog your pores and make acne worse. Since many acne medications your skin sensitive to the sun, wearing sunscreen daily is especially important for good skin health.

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