Hair Loss and Skin Diseases

Introduction to hair loss and skin diseases

We are all exposed to hair loss sometimes, and this may be normal from season to season, but this condition may threaten a number of skin diseases that can affect us, necessitating appropriate treatment, for hair regrowth.

Hormonal disorders, aging, stress, psychological stress, and genetic causes play the main role in hair loss of the head or body.

 

Skin diseases affecting the scalp

Learn about the most prominent skin diseases affecting the scalp and its treatment methods as follows:

 
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  • Scalp psoriasis

It is an inflammation that occurs as a result of the growth of skin cells in this area very quickly, and leads to the formation of thick crustal layers, and are in the form of red patches showing white or silver crusts.

Psoriasis usually appears in the front and back of the head, and topical treatments are used in the problem of psoriasis, which is applied to the scalp, in addition to some medications and injections if necessary.

 

  • Fatty eczema

Fatty eczema is a common skin disease of the scalp, which is a greasy crust that is yellowish-colored and often affects people with oily skin.

Some redness appears on the skin in the form of patches in different places, in severe cases, these spots increase throughout the scalp, and you may feel pain when sleeping or combing the hair.

Topical treatments are used to eliminate harmful bacteria and the fungi causing them, and there are some types of shampoos that help treat eczema.

 

  • Lichen flat

Inflammatory skin diseases occur as a result of several causes, such as: taking certain medications for other health problems, using chemicals in drawing on the skin, and hepatitis C.

Flat lichen causes sores on the skin that lead to itching.

Flat lichen is a disease that gradually fades over time, and as it occurs a product is used to relieve itching.

 

  • Contact sensitivity

Some skin types are easy to develop allergies as a result of contact with allergens, such as shampoos, chemicals such as hair dye, hair dressing creams, etc., where they contain substances that irritate the skin.

This problem is treated by discontinuing the use of these preparations, as well as topical treatments that reduce allergies.

 

  • Alopecia

From immune diseases that can affect different ages, it appears in the skin in the form of patches of different sizes, and these areas do not grow hair so that there are significantly widespread spaces in the head.

Alopecia causes hair loss, some of the treatments your doctor prescribes for this problem can be taken, and the patient may automatically recover from the problem over time.

 

  • Lupus red

It is also a chronic autoimmune disease, where the immune system attacks the cells of the body, disrupts its functions, and causes hair loss.

The disease appears as red smudges with thick crusts, with some capillaries appearing on the surface of the skin.

You need to take some treatments, whether or not or by mouth or creams that apply to the areas of infection.

 

  • Capillary follicle infections

These are infections of hair follicles, formed as widespread pills with a white head, and can occur due to the use of non-personal tools or lack of interest in hygiene.

Topical treatments and antibiotics are used to treat these infections and may take time to eliminate them.

 
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Ways to prevent skin diseases affecting the scalp

Here are a range of tips to help avoid previous skin diseases in the scalp:

  • Attention to the cleanliness of the scalp and hair: do not neglect to clean it well using medical preparations safe on the skin.
  • Avoid harmful chemicals: which can cause many problems and irritations in the scalp, such as: hair coloring preparations.
  • Maintain scalp ventilation: Not covered all the time, you should expose it to air whenever the opportunity arises, so that fungi do not form.
  • Don’t use someone else’s personal tools: they are one of the most important reasons bacteria can be transmitted from person to person if they have a skin disease.
  • Keep combing hair: As well as massage the scalp, this helps stimulate blood circulation and keep the skin healthy in this area.
  • Use clean hair tools: Whether brush, comb, etc., they must be clean, because they can carry bacteria to the scalp.
  • Good nutrition: Eating healthy foods rich in vitamins needed by the body is one of the most important ways to maintain the skin in general, as malnutrition causes many health and skin problems.
 
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Other causes of hair loss  in  females

 
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There are other factors in addition to what has been mentioned earlier that affect the activity of hair follicles especially in females and therefore cause scalp hair to fall and I will mention here some of these reasons:

Pills:
The use of pills for several years may lead to hair loss by the effect of the hormones contained in those pills.

Falling during pregnancy:
Scalp hair loss sometimes occurs in pregnant women after the third month, as a large proportion of hair follicles enter the stage of rest or lethargy and therefore the proportion of developing hair decreases and the cause may be anemia or nervous tensions or due to increased thyroid secretions or as a result of other factors occurring during pregnancy. 3-  A harsh weight-loss diet:this has a profound impact on the activity of hair follicles. If weight loss is necessary, the eating system must be balanced. If the woman wants to follow a certain weight loss regimen, she must eat
the fruits, vegetables and proteins necessary to build the body and maintain its vitality and “a little permanent is better than many ephemeral”.

“Hand-held” loss:This means that the fall is
fabricated as a result of the use of various cosmetics, including these factors that have a significant impact on hair loss.

(a) Hairmattresses:The hair brush should be of the
type that does not harm the scalp and hair as well.

(b) Hairdressing:The method of
hair dressing and styling has an important effect. This may lead to hair not being wet or tangled with each other.

(c) Frequent use of the hair dryer”bracelet”:

(d) Hairrolls:
especially types made of metal, as pulling hair and wrapping it vigorously around the rolls and leaving it for a long time and sometimes sleeping with them may strain the follicles and lead to hair loss.

(e) Individualhair:
The individual hair has a very harmful effect, as it results in heavy hair loss and may remain traceable for a long time.

(f) Hairripple:
another way to mess with hair, the result of which is falling as well.

(d)Dyes:
Hair pigments are many and varied, including those used for scalp hair, including those used to dye chin hair or moustache in case of increased facial hair growth in women

 

How to protect your hair from hair loss

Drink the water.

Moisture can make the hair soft, so make sure you get plenty of fluids, and don’t wait until you’re thirsty, if you’re thirsty, your body has lost water and you need to fill your stomach tank with water. Water is not only liquids found in your body but is also necessary to maintain hair shine. You should drink a quantity of water ranging from 8-10 cups perday.

Eat protein.

Protein is the building block of hair, it is useful for strengthening hair, protecting it from breakage and cracking.  For healthy and strong hair, it is recommended to eat foods that contain protein and are concentrated in meat, fish, cereals, cheese, as well as milk.

Don’t forget the metal.

Minerals are necessary to maintain healthy hair, and one of the most important of these minerals, the iron element, it helps the hair get oxygen. If we don’t eat iron-rich foods, we can get hair loss excessively. The amount of iron consumption can be increased by eating iron-rich foods such as red meat, green vegetables, or iron-containing supplements.

Nutritionists recommend eating zinc-rich foods, which help prevent hair loss. These foods include meat and seafood.

Copper is also involved in improving hair dye. Your natural color can be improved through a copper-rich diet, so it is recommended to eat oysters, liver, meat, fresh vegetables, nuts and copper-rich seeds.

Get vitamins

Vitamins are important for hair growth and strengthening and maintaining the scalp. The benefit of vitamins varies by type:

  • Vitamin A has a role in maintaining the scalp and is beneficial for the skin.
  • Vitamin B and Care are important for circulation, hair growth, strengthening, and making it flexible.
 
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