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    Hair Loss Therapy Bangalore

    Are you suffering from hair loss that is persistent and shows no signs of re-growth or under the influence of slow growth? Are you feeling conscious about your looks due to thinning of your hair?

    Then, Natural Hair Bangalore is here for you. Come experience hair loss treatments from skilled and experienced dermatologists who offer advanced solutions and assure visible results. 

    Causes for Hair Loss

    The hair growth cycle involves the shedding of 50-100 hair every day and also re-grows hair in the same place. When there is no hair re-growth as the replacement of fallen hair, it is considered hair loss. The hair loss in women may be in the form of thinning of hair. In men, hair loss involves receding hair and baldness. 

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    There are many factors/causes for hair loss in Bangalore are:

    Hereditary – Hair loss in family history is considered one of the common conditions. It is also known as androgenic alopecia. 

    Medical Conditions – Some of the medical conditions that are related to the immune system that causes hair loss are alopecia areata, patchy hair loss, a hair-pulling disorder known as trichotillomania and also scalp infections like ringworm. 

    Hormonal changes – Hormonal changes cause hair loss that can be permanent or temporary. Some of the situations that cause hormonal changes are thyroid problems, pregnancy, childbirth and menopause. 

    Side-Effects of Medications – Usage of certain medications due to medical conditions such as depression, arthritis, high blood pressure, cancer and gout leads to hair loss. 

    Side-Effects of Medications – Usage of certain medications due to medical conditions such as depression, arthritis, high blood pressure, cancer and gout leads to hair loss. 

    Radiation Therapy – When radiation therapy is part of the treatment procedures it leads to hair loss that may also lead to permanent hair loss or semi-hair growth. 

    Stress – Stress leads to temporary hair loss in the form of thinning of hair. The stress caused may be due to physical and emotional stress. 

    Excessive Hairstyling – When hairstyles such as cornrows and pigtails are used that pull your hair tight, it causes hair loss. Hair treatments that involve hot oil usage and permanent hair wigs also cause hair loss. Scarring on the scalp also causes hair loss that may be permanent. 

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    Symptoms of Hair Loss 

    Depending on different causes, hair loss symptoms may start showing up suddenly or gradually. Some of the symptoms of hair loss are:

    Gradual Hair Thinning – A receding hairline can be seen in both men and women. In men, the thinning of hair begins from the forehead. In women, there will be a broadening of the parting hair. 

    Sudden Loss of Hair – If the hair starts falling off in handfuls while washing or combing or even by a mild hair tugging then it is a clear symptom of hair loss. 

    Scaling Patches – The scaly patches spread over the scalp is a clear sign of ringworm. This leads to hair loss accompanied by swelling, redness and also oozing at times.

    Patchy Bald Spots – Hair loss in patchy circular forms that occur on the scalp, beard area and even on the eyebrow. 

    Hair Loss All Over the Body – Some of the medical treatments lead to full body hair loss but they also re-grow later.

    Patterns/Types of Hair Loss

    Three basic patterns can be observed in hair loss:

    Patchy Hair Loss – Hair loss occurs in patches due to hormonal issues.

    Female-Pattern Baldness – In this type, loss of hair happens partially or completely after the age of 50. Though it is not hereditary, hair experts believe that it can be due to insufficient nutrient intake. 

    Diffuse Hair Loss – This type of hair loss can be either on the full scalp or it can also be due to the usual hair loss cycle. 

    Diagnosis of Hair Loss

    When the hair loss is persistent it is important to get it diagnosed with an expert dermatologist and timely medication helps in preventing further hair loss. On visiting the dermatologist some of the questions that may be asked are listed here. It will help you in preparing for the diagnosis:

    • When was the first instance of hair loss observed by you?
    • Is the hair loss occasional or continuous?
    • Any notable hair breakage, hair shedding or poor hair growth?
    • Have you faced similar hair loss issues in the past?
    • Has anyone from the family tree inherited a similar kind of hair loss?
    • Are there any medications or supplements that are consumed by you regularly?
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    On answering all these questions with the required answers, the doctor would suggest some of the common tests be done to detect the reasons and severity of the hair loss:

    Dermoscopy Test – This is a test done by a dermatologist by using a magnifying device called Dermoscopy to detect the size of the hair and also the type of hair. 

    Hair Pull Test – This test is done to assess the number of hair that helps to check for any improvement during the treatment. 

    KOH Test – This test detects any presence of fungal infection if any. 

    Blood Tests – Regular blood tests to rule out issues such as thyroid, vitamin deficiencies, anaemia and hormonal problems. 

    Skin Biopsy – This is a test done only when the other tests do not show any significant results to diagnose the reasons for hair loss. 

    Treatments for Hair Loss

    Different treatments will be suggested by dermatologists depending on the severity of the hair loss. Some of the treatments are listed below:

    Hair Care Regime – Hair experts suggest some of the personalized hair care routines that have to be followed. This regime is given for hair loss that is mild to moderate. 

    Dietary Advice – The doctor will suggest some nutritional supplements to reduce the deficiency that has occurred resulting in hair loss. 

    Injections – These will be given to treat auto-immuno diseases such as alopecia areata. 

    Tropical Medications – Medicines such as Minoxidil are given in the form of spray or foam. The prescribed dosage should be taken accordingly. 

    Hair Re-Growth Treatment – This involves stimulating the hair follicles leading to improving hair density that reduces hair fall and increases the scalp hair. 

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