Hair is a feature that we can transform to our liking: we can grow it out long, change its shape, and even dye it a different color. Nevertheless, there are some things that are beyond our reach, one of them being baldness. This situation affects our self-esteem, and although it may seem like there is nothing to do about it,
Studies have shown that some patients who have had Covid also report telogen effluvium or unusual hair loss.
If you are losing a lot of hair, it is probably due to telogen effluvium, a condition that requires early treatment.
Seborrheic dermatitis is a chronic inflammatory skin disorder that can result in hair loss. There is no cure for this, but it can be controlled with treatments.
Hair often thins due to genetic and hormonal causes. This is one of the first signs of androgenetic alopecia. Some treatments can control this problem.
Stress and lifestyle changes during confinement by Covid-19 have significantly increased cases of alopecia.
Although genes have a lot to do with your hair’s health, a balanced, nutrient-rich diet is your best ally when it comes to having full, non-greasy hair or, in other words, healthy hair. When we brush our hair and notice latent hair loss, we usually associate it with alopecia, which affects one in three men over forty years old. However,
As mentioned in previous articles, alopecia can be caused by multiple factors and one of them is a person’s emotional side. In today’s blog we address how depression influences hair loss.
The entangled mess of hair you find in your comb, brush or the shower are not always warning signs. Normally we lose from 100 to 150 hairs a day.
If you want to find out why we find hair everywhere even in our soup, keep reading. You’ll learn all about hair’s growth cycle.