Alopecia is a type of hair loss that can affect just your scalp or your entire body, and it can be temporary or permanent. It can be the result of heredity, hormonal changes, medical conditions or a normal part of aging. Anyone can lose hair on their head, but more frequent in men. It is therefore not contagious, and neither is all forms of Alopecia a medical condition.
Types of Alopecia
- Alopecia Areata
- Alopecia Totalis
- Traction Alopecia
- Alopecia Universalis.
- Androgenic Alopecia
NB: It is normal and part of the body's natural process to shed hair from time to time depending on the hair stage it is in. There should only be a concern when there is excessive shedding or breakage. It is also good to know that every woman suffers from one form of hair loss or the other at least once in her lifetime.
How Does a Person Get Alopecia?
Just as there are different types of hair loss, they can all be gotten through different means. Some hair loss can be hormonal for example, some women experience hair loss during pregnancy. Androgenic Alopecia is genetically acquired while traction alopecia is what I would call "self-inflicted" hair loss due to tension on the scalp from tight hairstyles / hair tools over a long period of time.
Alopecia Areata is caused by an autoimmune disease while Totalis and Universalis have more to do with the area of hair loss, that is localized or all around the scalp.
Is Alopecia Treatable?
Yes it is is but while some types of Alopecia are treatable and your hair can be restored some forms of Alopecia can unfortunately only be slowed and maintained. Our Follicle Stimulant together with our Liquid Hair growth supplements will help to treat and at the same time slow down Alopecia. You can find them by clicking HERE
We recommend using both our HH Follicle Stimulant to stimulate the hair roots (anagen bulb) and our drinkable HH Liquid Hair Growth Supplements to replenish the insufficient vital vitamins needed by the body for healthy hair growth. They both naturally stop the production of the DHT endogenous androgen which is a result of hormones fluctuating in the body causing less production of estrogen which leads to hair loss.
How Can You Prevent Alopecia?
Below are some ways you can prevent Alopecia.
Pregnancy induced Alopecia - This is the hair loss induced during pregnancy and can only be helped through a good diet, using our Liquid Hair growth supplements during and after pregnancy.
- Opt for protective hairstyles
- Sleep with a silk or satin bonnet
- Keep your hands out of your hair
- Avoid sleeping with hair tools like Flexi rods in your hair
- Reduce frequent manipulation and changing of hairstyles
- Avoid hairstyles that put tension on the strands and scalp
How to Restore Your Hair From Alopecia
Honestly, forget about tackling hair loss issues on your own, this is because it can actually get frustrating for many especially when the results are not forthcoming. We thus recommend using our all natural, certified Hair Growth and Hair care products to help revive, restore or maintain your kind of Alopecia.
For Traction Alopecia, Genetic and other forms of Alopecia / hair loss, we recommend our :
Micro-needle: It boosts Epidermal growth factors & cytokines by stimulating keratinocytes to increase growth.
HH Follicle Stimulant: increase blood flow to the scalp, reactivate /awaken and strengthen dormant hair follicles naturally.
HH Liquid Hair Growth Supplements: to replenish the insufficient vital vitamins needed by the body for healthy hair growth.
Are you struggling with any form of Alopecia, and you have tried several methods without results? Use our all natural Hair Growth and Haircare sets and like many of our customers who are seeing amazing results, your Alopecia will not stand a chance. The results speak for themselves.