Alopecia Universalis

Also called alopecia areata universalis, alopecia universalis is a rare and severe type of hair loss characterized by complete head and body hair loss. Generally considered alopecia areata’s advanced version, alopecia universalis is an autoimmune disease wherein the hair follicles get mistakenly attacked by the immune system. It’s hereditary and currently there isn’t any cure […]

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Hair Loss

Medically termed alopecia, hair loss refers to loss of hair, primarily on the scalp. The condition doesn’t pose any danger or hurt the affected individual medically, but the psychological effects can be colossal. Alopecia could be an isolated condition or caused by a medical condition or disease. The hair loss may be permanent or temporary […]

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Traction Alopecia

Traction alopecia is a kind of hair loss caused primarily due to external pressure or force exerted on the hair roots over a time period. The type of hair loss is usually prominent near the hairline and at the back of the ear, where the pressure is maximum. Though traction alopecia could affect both genders, […]

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Anagen Effluvium

Anagen effluvium is a condition wherein an individual experiences hair loss during the hair cycle’s growth or anagen stage. The shedding hair have feathered or tapered root ends, unlike the keratin bulb roots typical of telogen effluvium. Though the scalp is generally the victim, facial hair (eyebrows, eyelashes) and body hair could be affected too. […]

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Telogen Effluvium

Telogen effluvium (TE) is a condition wherein an individual experiences hair loss during the hair cycle’s telogen or resting stage. In other words, there’s above-normal hair fall – losing 100 hairs per day (on an average) is considered normal. With TE, the daily hair fall count goes up to 300 hairs. The hair fall is […]

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