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Know More About Alopecia to Fight It Better
By Stuart Spindlow | Apr 20, 2017 at 11:42

Alopecia is a disease which causes irritation and the hair, most commonly the scalp hair, is lost. The hair loss can be complete or in patches. Alopecia areata is a medical condition which results from a defect in the immune system of the body. This disease is a tricky disease because here, the immune cells of our body are affected themselves and they attack the healthy immune cells. The cells destroy their own hair follicles and thus, we start losing hair. In less harsh cases, we see a diminished hair growth.

This disease is genetic and inherited by the Chromosome 8 defect, as the gene mapping has showed. While the gene carries the seed, the influencing factors can also be the stress of modern life or the environmental pollution. There are other auto-immune diseases, where the immune cells are affected themselves, like rheumatoid arthritis and vitiligo which have been linked with alopecia as well.

In most of the cases, the resulting baldness from alopecia is spotty in nature. It is called spot baldness, in general terms.

Diffused alopecia is even more dangerous and it causes the whole scalp to uniformly lose hair. This is like the male hair thinning.

To counter the hair loss problem, the best is to wear specially designed wigs. There are many agencies who specialise in alopecia wigs in UK. You can buy from them. You shouldn’t invest in surgeries because you don’t know where the next spot of baldness will strike.

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