When people suffer from alopecia, they often wonder about the exact causes. However, not everyone…
Although hair loss is something that can scare those who suffer from it quite a bit, it must be stressed that in some cases it is a completely natural hair loss, which should not alarm you too much.
It is good, however, to try to take stock of the situation, to go and understand in what case and in what way it is important to contact a doctor or, however, an expert in the field.
All causes of hair loss
If your hair falls out, there is no one cause that is the same for everyone. In some cases, in fact, it is a stressful situation that leads to hair loss while in others, for example, it is a wrong diet, poor in vitamins and too rich in fats.
These are not, however, the only causes of hair loss. In fact, there may be an ongoing disease that leads to hair loss or, in some cases, it is a genetic factor. Therefore, it is not always a matter of androgenetic alopecia, but one must always understand what are the causes that lead to hair loss in order to be able to intervene in time.
In several cases, in fact, it is a transitory condition. Suffice it to say that, for example, in some periods of the year hair loss is absolutely physiological and is part of the life cycle of the same.
When to worry? First of all, you need to look at the extent of the loss. If you are losing too much hair all at once, then something is wrong. This should always be a red flag to alert you and contact an expert in the field.
Hair loss always tends to scare you, as mentioned, but there are cases when it is preferable to contact a doctor as soon as possible, so as to avoid getting to calvariety. Contacting an expert in the field means keeping the situation under control, but not only that. It also means understanding how to solve the problem and what the best solutions are.
This way, it is possible to understand whether it is preferable to do a treatment based on medicines or topical remedies or whether, instead, one should prefer the hair transplantation. This is, without a doubt, an extreme solution and a lot of people would certainly like to avoid it. There are, therefore, also state-of-the-art solutions that are equally valid.
We are talking, for example, about tricopigmentation, which allows you to have again a hair without holes and areas afflicted by alopecia, but without the pain of transplantation. It must be said, however, that in recent years even the latter has become less and less invasive and less and less painful, so much so that it can be dealt with much better than a few years ago.
As you can see, talking to a doctor or an expert in the field of trichology is always useful, unless you are at the stage where your hair is falling out because the end of its life cycle has arrived. Having a contact with a trichologist can, therefore, always be useful, so as not to waste time and immediately look for the best solution.