Alopecia Areata is a commun hairloss disorder that is related to an auto-immune disfunction. Most of the time, it begins with the lost of small patches of hair, around the size of a quarter, but sometimes and can become more extreme. The condition can affect anyone regardless of age and gender, though most cases occur before the age of 30.
Fast facts on alopecia areata:
- One in five people with alopecia areata also has a family member who has experienced the condition.
- Alopecia areata often develops suddenly, over the course of just a few days.
- There is little scientific evidence that alopecia areata is caused by stress.
- People with alopecia areata who have only a few patches of hair loss often experience a spontaneous, full recovery, without the need for treatment.
- There is no cure for alopecia areata.
Often associated with emotional shock, medication, infection or even stress, it is an autoimmune reaction where the body attacks the cells of the hair follicle. The hair that lines the patches are easily detached, but the hair follicle remain under the skin. The hair follicle is stil available and can restart the growth. This can however take from a few weeks to several years. There is no silver bullet, the chances of stimulating regrowth are better if you intervene quickly.
Treatment at the clinic cabine:
We use serum and essential oils to reduce inflammation and help stimulate the hair follicles.
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