Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow. Treat Alopecia Before Its Late!

By January 22, 2015March 21st, 2017General Health

Alopecia also known as ‘pattern baldness’ is a hair loss disorder which affects both men and women. There are many causes to alopecia in men and women and they differ from person to person along with the extent of hair loss. Losing 100-150 hairs per day is normal, however, some people experience massive hair loss in a short period of time.

Hair loss is known to affect men psychologically, taking a heavy toll on their confidence. The stress may be too much to bear for some men especially if they are not too old. There are some indications that might suggest you are suffering from hair loss, these usually are:

Thinning of the hair gradually

Men be on the lookout if you are losing hair, especially around the forehead and in a pattern that looks similar to the alphabet M. These are early signs of alopecia and you should take them rather seriously.

Bald spots

If you are experiencing smooth bald spots on your scalp you should start worrying about hair loss. If your skin feels itchy and painful along with these spots your hair will become thin and start to fall out.


Sudden hair loss

If you are losing massive amounts of hair, more than ever experienced before, it can be a cause of worry as in such cases the hair will thin to eventually break and fall.


While it is very important to know and understand about the symptoms of hair fall, it is equally important you understand the reasons behind it. Alopecia – an autoimmune disease, is one of the major reasons where the immune system produces antibodies that attack its own hair treating it as a foreign element.

There are however other reasons like heredity, hair treatments, vitamin or nutritional deficiencies and thyroid issues. A lot also depends on your lifestyle, your diet, work routine and how often you indulge in heavy drinking and smoking. So, before you get all worked up seeing a lot of stray hair on your brush, you might want to take a closer look at your lifestyle and make changes accordingly.

Although there is no cure for alopecia, it certainly can be treated for hair to grow back. Propecia, a prescription pill that treats pattern baldness has shown excellent results with significant hair growth witnessed in 9 out of 10 people suffering from moderate hair losses.

Propecia stops the breakdown of testosterone, curbs hair loss and reverses balding promoting re-growth. Consult your doctor for more information on Propecia, its effects and dosage. Don’t let hair loss bring you down, let Loxdoc help you in restoring your hair and your confidence.

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