Hair loss without scarring of the scalp is a very normal state and affects the largest people at some time in their circumstances.

Medical experts should identify hair loss due to stress

and hair loss from breakage of the hair stem from hair loss due to reduced hair growth. They work for hair fall control with their experiences.

Hair grows the whole body of human except on areas like the palms of our hands and our eyelids, and belly buttons, but many hairs are so little they're virtually invisible. Hair is formed up of a protein named keratin that is created in hair follicles in the external layer of skin. As follicles create unique hair cells, old cells are being forced out through the covering of the skin at the rate of about six inches a year. The hair you can observe is a line of dead keratin cells. The normal adult head has about 100,000 to 150,000 hairs and drops up to 100 of them a day; getting a few stray hairs on your hairbrush is not certainly cause for alarm.

One day, a serious problem with the sudden onset of hair... Alopecia areata.

There are various possible causes of hair fall
and alopecia areata, and there are cases where it is caused by any one of these factors, and cases where it is caused by multiple factors overlapping in a complex manner.

Here, we will introduce the causes and mechanisms of alopecia areata.

One of the causes of alopecia areata? What is an autoimmune disease?

The cause of alopecia areata is not yet fully understood.

On top of that, "autoimmune disease" is currently regarded as one of the most prominent causes.

An autoimmune disease is a disease that causes an abnormality in the immune system function, which is one of the functions that the human body has.

The normal immune system function protects the body by eliminating foreign substances such as bacteria and viruses that have entered from the outside.

However, when you suffer from an autoimmune disease, this function does not work normally, and you may mistake a part of your body as a foreign body and attack.

It is said that this is closely related to the cause of alopecia areata.

Why autoimmune disease causes alopecia areata

So why do autoimmune diseases cause alopecia areata?

As mentioned above, autoimmune diseases are diseases in which the functions of the immune system in the body mistakenly attack the tissues of the body.

Alopecia areata is thought to occur when this attack extends to cells of the hair root that play an important role in hair growth.

The cells of the hair root are located at the connection between the hair and the skin, the so-called hair root, so the hair will fall out when it is destroyed.

However, since the cells that are the origin of hair are not destroyed, the characteristic of alopecia areata is that hair grows again over time.

Often, like thinning hair due to ageing, it is not difficult to improve once it develops.

Alopecia areata caused by mental stress?

It has long been said that mental stress affects alopecia areata.

Generally, this recognition is widespread, and many people associate it with "hair loss = stress".

However, there is no solid medical evidence in this theory, and the experts do not recognize it as a direct cause.

Remember that stress is considered a factor in alopecia areata, but it has not been proven to be a strong cause.

Besides, there are various theories that atopic dermatitis is more likely to cause alopecia areata and that the cause of autoimmune disease may be a genetic factor.

If you are suffering from alopecia areata, do not be overwhelmed by these theories, but refer to the contents explained so far to deepen your understanding of your symptoms and causes.

Knowing correctly about alopecia areata will make it easier to take appropriate measures.

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