Creating Health Alopecia Hair Loss Getting to the Root of Hair Loss!
Androgenic alopecia (AGA) is the most common cause to male and female pattern baldness. In men, hair is lost in a well-defined “M” pattern beginning above both temples. The pattern of hair loss in women differs from male-pattern baldness such that the hair becomes thinner all over the head and the hairline does not recede.
The most common causes of hair loss are:
- Androgenic Alopecia (AGA)
Occurs in more than 95% of men. Women can also be affected by this hair loss.
- Poor Nutrition
Studies have shown that limited food intake and deficiencies in certain nutrients may impact both hair structure and hair growth. These include deficiencies of biotin, amino-acids (protein), zinc, vitamin D, and iron. Consuming a diet high in animal fat and processed foods can also have a negative effect on hair loss.
- Hormonal Imbalance
Women who are going through menopause cause hormonal changes which in turn may cause hair thinning and hair loss. An adequate level of progesterone prevents conversion of testosterone to Dihydrotestosterone (DHT). This decreases DHT concentrations in the bloodstream, promoting hair follicle count. During menopause, progesterone levels drop, causing progressive hair loss.
Compounded hair-loss solutions contain some of the following ingredients:
- Azelaic Acid
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