All societies play a social and cultural role on hair and hairstyles. Hairline backsliding or thinning of the normal structure of the hair has become one of the most important problems in both men and women. Without understanding why and for what reason hair falls out, patients are turning to methods such as mega vitamins, scalp massage, medications applied to hair with electric stimulation, which are touted as miracle treatments in both visual media and print media. Hair loss is unfortunately a common phenomenon in societies, and two out of every three men have a hair loss problem, albeit at different levels. Again, at quite high rates, men and women may experience different types of hair loss problems throughout their lives. Today, it is possible to help many people experiencing hair loss by making the correct diagnosis related to the causes of these hair loss problems.

Causes of Hair Loss
Hair loss and thinning usually occur widely and regionally. Among the diseases that cause widespread hair loss, especially Decongestant;

Febrile diseases,
Iron, Protein, Zinc Deficiency,
Thyroid diseases (in cases of more or less functioning of the thyroid gland),
Pregnancy status,
Diabetes mellitus,
Liver and kidney diseases,
Excessive (unconscious) dieting to lose weight,
The use of certain drugs and chemicals in the course of cancer diseases,
Diseases of the central nervous system,
Stress is located at.

In addition to these reasons, there is also a similar to the usual baldness in men (androgenetic alopecia) observed in women. This condition can most often be caused by ovarian cysts, hormonal disorders and andrenal tumors. For these reasons, androgenetic type alopecia should be investigated very well and its examinations should be performed by examining correctly.

What is Androgenetic Alopecia?
“Androgenetic Alopecia” is a condition that is affected by androgens, which are male hormones, and can start at any age, especially in people with a genetic predisposition to this condition, and occurs primarily with the withdrawal of the hairline in the forehead area, and then with the thinning and opening of the peak area. Androgenetic alopecia (AGA), also known as male-type hair loss, is not only a male-specific problem, but also occurs in women. As a result of research, it is the most common type of hair loss in men and women. With this type of hair loss, gradual hair loss is observed following a pronounced shape on the forehead or in the middle part of the head. What causes this is the DHT of the hair follicles?it is a genetically determined sensitivity to. The stronger the sensitivity of the hair follicles to this hormone derivative, the heavier the hair loss is.

It is the effect that male hormones, which are the cause of this type of hair loss, have on people who are genetically susceptible to this condition. As a result of the effects of male hormones called androgens on genetically sensitive hair follicles, it damages the hair follicles, and this type of hair loss occurs. The more sensitive the hair follicles are to androgen, the more intense the hair loss is experienced. Although androgenetic alopecia is hereditary, the genes responsible for hair loss can come from the mother and father. Therefore, not all people carrying these genes have Androgenetic alopecia. The occurrence of this type of hair loss may depend on more than one factor. Existing genes need to be activated by factors such as stress, age, hormone levels.

In men with androgenetic alopecia, thinning of the hair strands in the forehead area and hill, slow elongation, begins as these strands are easily handled when slightly pulled, and hair falls out easily, and continues with an image that will lead to the retraction of the forehead line, especially on the scalp, and the opening of the peak. In later periods, these strands of hair lose their character and turn into lighter colored and non-growing fine hairs. As a result, the scalp also takes on a shiny and balding shape, baldness occurs. In women, on the other hand, it is generally observed as thinning and thinning of the hair on the entire head or in the peak area. Baldness in women usually does not occur, but it occurs in the form of dilution. The fact that the father does not have hair does not mean that his child will also experience hair loss. Hair loss follows a map that arises from the accidental combination of genes from both parents. This new map can prepare a hair future for a boy completely independent of his father.

In addition to the common hair thinning and loss, sometimes regional hair loss can also occur. Examples of the most common regional hair loss are fungal diseases, hair breakage, excessive use of some cosmetics, and constant hair removal from the area.

Types of Hair Diseases
Patients usually complain of itching, dandruff, sores, hair loss and thinning of the scalp.

Diseases that cause the most itching;
Lice in the hair,
Hair eczema
Fungal disease
Diseases caused by dandruff are;

Hair eczema,
Psoriasis diseases,
Nervous eczema,
Fungal disease
What are symptomatic (periodic) spills?
It is a hair loss complaint found in women and men with the same frequency. It is not due to a single disease, but along with other diseases, it can develop as a result of a rhythmic disruption of the hair follicles cycle. Especially in women giving birth , disorders of the thyroid gland and serious systemic diseases (pneumonia, blood loss, kidney diseases…), after great sorrows and fears, there may be spills within the next 5 to 6 months, such spills can last up to 3 to 5 months. Another common cause of hair loss is vitamin and mineral deficiencies that a healthy person should take daily, and not enough of them are taken with a diet or there is a lot of loss, vegetarianism, absorption disorders accelerate hair loss. In order to determine all these causes, we must first perform the necessary tests after examining the patients. After the cause of the loss in the patient is determined, the hair lost is regained with supplements and supportive recommendations for the cause.

When You Realize that You are Experiencing Sae Shedding
Patients who come to the hospital with hair loss complaints should first find out how much their hair has fallen out as a result of examinations. Because it is quite normal to lose between 25 and 100 strands of hair per day. The age of each hair type is different. And it means that every hair will fall out in different time periods. During the development periods, the hair remains for a maximum of 2 to 6 years Dec. after 4 to 5 years, this will be poured and a new one will replace it. In addition, if a person loses 150 to 200 strands of hair every day, it means that he has a problem. It is necessary to find out whether the patient is on a regimen, or whether he is extremely stressed, as well as the physical conditions of the environment in which he lives. Therefore, these factors are directly related to a person’s hair health. If no results can be obtained from these, it should be tried to find out by questioning whether the person has a disease problem. Is there an infection in the body, is there a problem with the thyroid glands, has he been treated for cancer? In this direction, blood tests should be performed and thus the balance of all hormones should be learned. And as a result of the tests performed, the cause of hair loss should be thoroughly learned and treatment should be applied accordingly.