Alopecia areata (al-uh-PEE-shuh air-ee-AH-tuh) is a condition that causes hair loss on the scalp and sometimes somewhere else on the body. The causes of Alopecia Areata are not completely understood. Alopecia Areata is definitely considered to be an auto-immune condition in which the immune system of the body (which protects the body from bacteri… Read More


Alopecia areata (AA) is the patchy loss of hair on the scalp or body. A 2009 study posted in Annals of Dermatology evaluated the therapeutic associated with oral zinc supplementation intended for 12 weeks in 12-15 alopecia areata patients who had low serum zinc levels. Oral zinc gluconate (50 milligrams) supplementation was given to alopecia areata… Read More


Alopecia could be either scarring or nonscarring. Some hairstyles, including restricted ponytails and braids, pull hair away from the scalp with such force that hair strands happen to be damaged and drop out. Unless the hairstyle is changed, traction alopecia may lead to loss hair or bald spots. Most of the time, hair regrows when you alter the hai… Read More


Alopecia means hair damage. An underactive thyroid gland, problems which is related to auto-immune disease, also leads to increased calvicie and this may be one of the first symptoms noticed. Many women suffer thyroid dysfunction after childbirth, that coupled with post-pregnancy baldness, sometimes confuses the issue. Therapy of thyroid hormone pr… Read More


Alopecia areata: This disease causes hair damage and often occurs in otherwise healthy people. Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disease, which is a type of disease where a person's own immune system problems the body. In peladera areata, the immune system targets the hair follicles, causing non-scarring hair thinning. My items were used for my own … Read More