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Diffuse alopecia is a condition characterized by a decrease in the hair density all over the scalp. Diffuse alopecia is a type of hair loss that does not result in complete baldness. Diffuse alopecia is more frequent in the elderly people.
Anything that interrupts the normal hair cycle can trigger diffuse hair loss. Triggers include a wide variety of physiologic or emotional stresses, nutritional deficiencies, and endocrine imbalances. Generally, with diffuse alopecia, hair become dull and scattered, thus giving the hair a sparse looks. Diffuse alopecia can be caused by many factors including: hormones, such as hyperthyroidism during or after childbirth; drugs, such as during chemotherapy or radiation therapy, nutritional deficiencies, a poor diet or poor absorption of nutrients, stress or nervous shock.Diffuse hair loss can affect both sexes at any age.Finding the cause, or trigger, of the hair loss requires a thorough history and examination and will enable appropriate treatment.
Diffuse hair shedding is distressing. In many cases, there will be an increase in hair on the pillow, or when brushing, or in the shower drain. It is usually recognized more readily by women than men. However, diffuse hair loss can affect both sexes at any age.
TRIGGERS OF DIFFUSE TELOGEN HAIR LOSS
Triggers include a wide variety of physiologic or emotional stresses, nutritional deficiencies, and endocrine imbalances. Loss of telogen-phase hairs is the most common.
Physiologic stress such as high fever, surgical trauma, hemorrhage and chronic systemic illness, are well known to cause telogen effluvium 2 to 3 months after the insult. Telogen hair shedding can be experienced 2 to 4 months after childbirth (telogen gravidarum).
The relationship between emotional stress and hair loss is difficult to ascertain, and hair loss itself is stressful to the patient. Acute reversible hair loss occurring with great stress is also reported. Everyday stresses are likely not enough to trigger hair loss.
Both hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism can cause diffuse telogen hair loss that is usually reversible once the euthyroid state is restored. Telogen hair loss has also been reported in autoimmune diseases such as systemic lupus erythematosus and dermatomyositis, as well as in chronic infections. Inflammatory disorders such as psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis, and allergic contact dermatitis can all cause diffuse telogen hair loss.Chronic systemic disorders such as systemic amyloidosis, hepatic failure, chronic renal failure, inflammatory bowel disease, and lymphoproliferative disorders can cause telogen hair shedding
Nutritional causes of diffuse telogen hair loss are zinc deficiency and iron deficiency. Severe protein, fatty acid and caloric restriction with chronic starvation and crash dieting can also induce diffuse telogen hair loss. Vitamin D is an essential vitamin in cell growth, and vitamin D deficiency may be associated with diffuse hair loss. Malabsorption syndromes and pancreatic disease can precipitate telogen hair shedding.
Drugs that cause hair loss
Drugs can cause telogen hair loss that starts about 12 weeks after starting the drug and continues while on the drug. Drugs known to cause telogen effluvium are oral contraceptive pills, androgens, retinoids, beta-blockers, angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, anticonvulsants, antidepressants, and the anticoagulants heparin and warfarin (Coumadin). Changing or stopping any oral contraceptive can precipitate telogen hair shedding. Oral contraceptives containing an androgenic progestin and hormonal replacement therapy with high-dose progesterone can cause telogen hair shedding.
Ayurvedic treatment for Diffuse Alopecia
Treatment in ayurveda is aimed to treat local and systemic conditions resulting in hair loss, by achieving immuno modulation, correction of the local scalp conditions and reducing stress.Alopecia treatment in ayurveda is usually effective for premature hair loss, and where the cause is amenable to treatment.
According to ayurveda, vitiation of Pitha dosha in the body is the main cause of hair disorders but in some conditions other doshas may also be involved. Irregular bowel movement and constipation can indirectly affect hair health. A mild laxative can be useful in such cases.
Shiroabhyanga: The scalp of the affected person should be energetically massaged for 10 to 15 minutes dailywith fingers, after cleaning it with water. This mechanical action activates the hair follicles by ensuring blood circulation, and warms up the scalp.
Sirolepa: Gentle head massage with oil (According to Dosha). This is a special Ayurvedic treatment for hair loss and it is also called ‘Thala pothichil.’ The treatment involves application of a herbal pack on the scalp for 30 minutes then washed.
Dhara or pouring of medicinal liquids. Some water-based herbal infusions are made from suitable herbs boiled in water; after the decoction is cooled down and strained, it is used to clean the scalp.
Internal administration of ghee or oilsincludes oral administration of ghee or oils processed with bitter and astringent herbs. It is very useful in Pitha predominant conditions and bone or Asthi dhathu involved conditions.
Baldness Ayurvedic Treatment
Increased hair fall in ayurveda is termed as khalitya and is classified under shiroroga.Baldness or Alopecia can be healed, with proper ayurvedic treatment. We offer a very effective treatment methodology based on the classical texts of Ayurveda. The treatment comprises of administration of rasayanas and kesh vardhak yogs/dravyas internally, application of specially formulated oils/powders/packs externally, Panchakarma for detoxification & Kaya kalpa therapies for rejuvenation, which not only helps in preventing hair fall but also in re- growing recently lost hairs
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