Hair loss / hair fall is a common occurrence throughout one’s lifetime. Different types of hair loss can appear in men and women. Hair loss is natural in both men and women up to a certain point, but any hair loss over that point should be taken seriously.

                                                                                                                                                                                  What is a normal amount of hair loss / hair fall?

There are several fallacies about the frequency and volume of hair loss on a daily basis. In the past, people have been told that losing up to 200 hair follicles a day is completely normal and poses no health risk. Time and our knowledge have given me a new perspective on dealing with hair loss. I’ll put it this way: “Hair loss that is greater than typical is concerning.” Seeing a trichologist or hair surgeon should not be delayed until you have counted more than 100 hair follicles in a day. If you’re over 20, you should be particularly conscious of the normal degree of hair loss that occurs when you wash your hair with oiling shampoo or use a hair oil on your pillow, for example. Any hair loss above and beyond regular hair loss + 20 percent is cause for concern, for example, after the age of twenty. If you’re experiencing hair loss that’s 14 to 15, you should schedule an appointment with a trichologist right away.

Hair loss has several possible causes, but what are the most common?

When it comes to men’s hair loss, the causes differ from those that affect women, but there are a few things in common between the two, so I’ll start there.

Telogen effluvium

This is a common condition called telogen effluvium The cause of telogen effluvium is the same or nearly the same in both men and women. Telogen effluvium. Basically, telogen effluvium is a faster-than-normal hair follicle turnover rate. The hair growth cycle accelerates from anagen to telogen, and then back to anagen. A prominent cause of telogen effluvium is stress. This stress can be physical or mental, depending on the individual. There are two types of stress: physical (such as an injury) and mental (such as chemotherapy) Exam interviews, life situations, and so on can all cause short-term mental stress. Both men and women can suffer from this illness, and there is usually no need for medical intervention. I believe telogen effluvium should be treated holistically, including both meditation and medication. Medication that I take on a regular basis comes in the form of large doses of multivitamins that are only slightly beyond the daily prescribed amount. Two sessions of meditation can work wonders for persons with telogen effluvium since it can calm the mind for 10 to 15 minutes during an 8 to 10-hour period. It goes without saying that the offending cause must be dealt with in a timely and proper manner.

Deficiency of essential nutrients:

Lack of key nutrients such biotin, Vitamin D3, iron, calcium pantothenate, and Vitamin A, resulting in nutritional insufficiency.IT professionals and marketing executives who travel frequently may benefit from taking a multivitamin supplement. Studies show that starting with the proper dose and dosage, these individuals find rapid, long-lasting results.


Changes in water lead to hair loss, as you’ve probably noticed in everyday life. Our research at the Institute, on the other hand, has shown that water undoubtedly plays a role in hair loss. Even if we can’t draw any conclusions about which type of water is best for different people, there are a few things we can point out.Hair fall is more likely in areas with high TDS (total dissolved salts in water) than in areas with soft water and a TDS below 200. As a general rule, larger concentrations of dissolved chlorine damage the scalp’s pH, making hair more prone to uprooting and contributing to increased hair loss.There are numerous varieties of alopecia that can affect both men and women, but just to name a few: alopecia areata, scarring alopecia, and alopecia totalis. To find out exactly what form of alopecia you have, make an appointment with a dermatologist or trichologist near you.Please call us at 9041999199 if you have any additional questions about hair loss.

In addition to these more general explanations, there are some factors that are gender-specific.

Men hair loss / hair fall

​Androgenetic alopecia is substantially more common in men than in women for a variety of causes not limited to those listed above. being more sensitive to circulating testosterone is the explanation for the offence. Hair roots in the scalp become weaker as testosterone levels rise or as DHT receptors become more sensitive to naturally occurring testosterone. Alopecia androgenetica (or pattern baldness) is a term that refers to the manner in which DHT receptors are distributed on the scalp.

In order to treat androgenetic alopecia medically, finasteride and dutasteride, as well as higher than usual doses of multivitamins and multimineral supplements, as well as DHT blockers, are used.

The only way to restore normal hair density and coverage if male pattern baldness has already done harm to your scalp is to have a hair transplant.

women hair loss

​There are a few conditions that affect females more than males, in addition to the causes given above.

Female pattern hair loss :Genetically predisposed women are more likely than men to get female pattern baldness on the scalp. widespread hair loss can take the form of an inverted Ferntree pattern or an oval-shaped loss of hair on the top of the scalp. The generally present frontal hairline causes female pattern baldness to be quite common. The top of the head is most commonly affected by female pattern hair loss.

Hair loss after childbirth:
After childbirth, the abrupt withdrawal of circulating progesterone leads to a shift in the level of circulating testosterone. This is due to changes in hormonal during and after childbirth. Postpartum hair loss is common in Asian women (up to 40%), and it might be caused by hormonal changes after pregnancy. This is a self-limiting illness and in the majority of cases, no more treatment is needed except than Vitamin D3. The problem should be seen by your trichologist if it persists for more than three months.

Female androgenetic alopecia :Even in girls, androgenetic alopecia can manifest itself, and the pattern of hair loss resembles that seen in men. The hairline seems more masculine due to the loss of hair on both sides of the head.

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