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Hair problems are one of the most common issues faced by all at any point of age. When someone experiences unforeseen, heavy loss of hair. Normally, a normal individual loses about 50 to 100 strands of hairs a day. It is a very normal phenomenon. Some hairs fall and some grows and the balance is maintained.

Now here is the catch. Hair fall and hair loss are different. Hair fall is a normal process in which hair goes and hair comes, but in hair loss, hair falls but does not grow back reducing the density thus making you feel bald and bad as well. The medical term for hair loss is “alopecia.”

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What are the cycles of hair growth?

Hair growth cycle can be described in three parts.

Phase 1 – Anagen phase or the growing phase

Phase 2 – catagen phase or the transition phase

Phase 3 – telogen phase or the resting phase

In the anagen phase hairs grows and generally makes about 90 % of the scalp hair. In the catagen phase the hair follicle shrinks and hair prepares itself to shed off. In the third phase or the telogen phase, the hairs falls off.

What are the types of hair loss?

Hair loss can be classified into three parts.

  • Anagen effluvium – It is caused due to external effects like poisoning, harmful medication or chemotherapy.
  • Telogen effluvium – it happens due to increased number of hair follicle achieving the telogenic phase i.e. when the hair prepares itself to shed off.
  • FPHL/MPHL – this is known with many names like Androgenetic alopecia/female pattern alopecia/female pattern hair loss (FPHL)/baldness. It is the most common types. This makes hair thin eventually making you bald.

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