The average scalp has about 100,000 to 150,000 hair. The normal hair life cycle lasts for 2 to 3 years. At any given point of time, about 90% of the hair on your scalp is growing and about 10% of the hair is in a resting phase. After 2-3 months, the resting hair is shed and new hair starts to grow in its place. It is normal to shed some hair every day. You lose roughly 100 hair strands every day. But, some people may experience more than normal hair loss. Partial or complete loss of hair is called alopecia. There are few types of alopecia , with different areas where is presented.
Hair loss is not contagious and it does not cause physical disability. It is not a serious disease in medical terms, but it can be a very stressful condition because of its negative aesthetic impact. Alopecia can induce some psychological consequences such as anxiety and depression, since it can affect self-image and identity of the person. Lately, hair loss has become a common issue not only among men but among ladies too. Hair loss is generator of great anxiety for many, directly affecting their self-esteem and resulting feelings of psychological and emotional humiliation.
There are a number of reasons why men start to go bald, but if you are a man between the ages of about 20 to 45 and you start to lose scalp hair, then the chances are 95 per cent certain that you are experiencing male pattern baldness. As the term suggests, male pattern baldness follows a typical sequence or pattern. Hair loss can start in different areas but is usually at the temples and/or on the crown of the head. Initial thinning of hair progresses over a number of years and may lead to total baldness but more typically loss of hair over the top surface of the head.
Two types of genetic hair loss in man : diffuse patterned alopecia and diffuse unpatterned alopecia, pose a significant challenge both in diagnosis and in patient management. Understanding these conditions is crucial to the evaluation of hair loss in both men and women, particularly those that are young when the diagnoses may be easily missed.
There are numerous treatments for alopecia areata. It is up to you to find the right one with the help of a health professional. Essential oils of cedarwood, lavender, rosemary and thyme can promote hair growth. Essential oils can be toxic and irritating to the skin so you have to use them in carrier oil.
Marbo Lotion quickly stops hair loss regardless of its cause. This product is very easy to use. It gives even better results when used Marbo Shampoo 03. The use is recommended in case of different scalp problems: dandruff, oily hair, seborrhoeic dermatitis, scalp itching, thin and weak hair, hair loss for hormone imbalance (problems with thyroid gland, cystic ovaries, pregnancy), occasional seasonal hair loss, cytostatic therapy and radiation and for hair damaged by chemical treatments.