What is diffuse female alopecia?
Female diffuse alopecia is a harmless hair loss since the effects are reversible as the hair follicle remains active.
Who does it affect?
It mainly affects women between the ages of 25 and 50 who have a work and intense social life.
It’s characterized by a dramatic increase in hair loss as well as a decrease in hair density throughout the scalp. One way to detect it is by the hair trail that remain on the pillow or in the shower.
Female alopecia usually appears as a result of a cascade of physical as well as psychological facts (stress, unbalanced diets, hormonal imbalances, thyroid problems, certain medications) that cause that instead of losing about 100 hairs in the telogen phase of natural growth Hair, are lost between 400 and 500 hairs.
Diffuse female alopecia Treatment
It’s very important to conduct a clinical study to identify the reason for this alteration in hair growth to prescribe the appropriate treatment in each case.