Alopecia means baldness, happens for many reasons of which we will discover later. One of the symptoms of hair loss is losing more than 100 strands of hair per day and considered serious if you notice thinning or clumps of hair falling out when combing your hair. For people with thinner hair, a lower number of hairs lost should be considered.
Types Of Hair Loss & Causes
Many studies have been conducted and suggested a variety of factors contributing to hair loss.
For some men, Male Pattern Baldness (MPB) can start as early as early 20s with receding hairlines and gradual disappearance of hair from the crown (See image 1). Some women, on the other hand, experience Female Pattern Baldness (FPB) usually after menopause, approximately at age 40 and above with general thinning on the scalp, having most extensive hair loss on the crown (See image 2).
Image 1: Male Pattern Baldness
Image 2: Female Pattern Baldness
95% of hair loss is caused by the male sex hormone, Dihydrotestosterone (DHT). It is formed in adrenal gland, prostrate gland, testes and hair follicle. DHT is important in the early stages in life, for sexual behavior and important for protein building.
For people with genetic tendency to hair loss, DHT prevent nutrients to the hair follicle, which causes hair follicles to shrink. The shrinking of hair follicle would result in thinning hair and eventually, balding.
Many treatments are available but it may not work for some with genetic predisposition to hair loss. Hence, medical surgeries are available such as hair transplants, scalp reduction or flap surgery. However, hair transplant may cause additional hair loss as a result of “shock fallout” and it might not regrow.
The main factor of TE is the hormonal changes in one’s body. Thus, this temporal hair loss is often seen in women after childbirth and, or pregnant. Stress (also caused by hormonal changes) is also one of the factors of the mentioned temporal hair loss. Stress causes scalp tension and decreases blood circulation which deprives nutrient in the hair follicles. The bad news for people experiencing TE is that there are no treatments BUT there’s not a need for treatment as hair should return after a dormant phase.
7. Illness and diseases – some illnesses, for example, high fever, influenza, anaemia, tumour, syphilis, diabetes and thyroid gland related diseases may cause temporary hair loss.
8. Chemotherapy and medications – Some medications encourages hair fall such as anti-depressants, anti-arthritic, and even high doses of Vitamin A.
9. Inadequate nutrition – Malnutrition plays a vital role in hair loss. An inadequate protein and iron intake can cause hair to enter into the Telogen (resting) phase. Thus, fill your meals with raw vegetables, fish, fruits, beans, salads, green leafy vegetables for good health and HAIR!
10. Trichotillomania (hair pulling) is a behavioral issue and should be addressed.
11. Hair Styling Treatments – Chemical treatments for bleaching, dyeing, tints, straighening, permanent waves, or relaxers can make the hair weaker. For this reason, use reputable products and visit a qualified hair stylists.
12. Birth Control Pills
Trichotillomania – A behavioral concern
Tricovel® Vials is a scientifically advance, quick-effective adjuvant hair loss treatment to counteract temporary hair loss and initial hair thinning. Enriched with Biogenina®, a patented natural compound that supports the regular cycle of hair formation, loss and re-growth:
- it stimulates hair bulb activity;
- it improves function;
- prolongs growth phase;
- it protects it from the action of free radicals produced by emotional and physical stress, unbalanced diet, smoke, pollution
This specific action produced by Biogenina® makes Tricovel® products effective in the treatment of hair loss both for men and women. Clinical studies have demonstrated the efficacy of Biogenina® in reducing hair loss while improving hair structure.
Hair loss is counteracted and hair life is prolonged.
Trcovel® Vials For Men
Tricovel» Vials For Women