In what cases is hair loss noteworthy?

In what cases is hair loss noteworthy?

When should we consult a doctor?

In a normal state, a person loses 120 to 160 strands of hair every day. At a normal pace, new hair grows simultaneously with hair loss, that is, you do not notice a sharp thinning.

Diagnosis Hair loss means that a new one no longer grows in place of the old and lost strand, that is, the balance is disturbed, and this process is also visible on the scalp.

You should consult a doctor if you notice that your hair is falling out in large quantities and at the same time you feel itching, redness, dandruff, blisters, pus on the scalp.

The reason for hair loss may be:

  • Thyroid gland pathology;
  • Allergic reaction;
  • Bacterial skin disease;
  • Viral infection;
  • Side effects of some medications;
  • Emotional stress;
  • Physical injury;
  • Hair coloring and straightening;
  • Excessive physical exertion;
  • Traveling long distances;
  • Rapid weight loss;
  • Nutritional deficiency;
  • Genetic predisposition.