Hair Problem

hair problem

Hair Problem

Common problems affecting the hair and scalp include hair loss, infections, and disorders causing itching and scaling.

Hair loss is a common concern for both men and women, although it is usual to shed some hair each day. People who experience more than normal hair loss may have the inherited tendency to “common baldness.” Male pattern baldness is the most ordinary reason of hair loss in men, with a receding hair line and baldness on the top of the head. Women may develop female pattern baldness in which the hair becomes thin over the entire scalp. Sudden and temporary loss of a great amount of hair may be connected to the stress of an illness or recent delivery of a baby (telogen effluvium). Alopecia areata reason hair loss in small, round patches while tight elastics or braids may cause hair loss at the hairline (traction alopecia). Certain diseases (e.g., thyroid problems, diabetes, and lupus), medicines, or poor nutrition may also cause hair loss.

Laser hair removal

Laser hair removal is one of the most generally done cosmetic procedures in the India. It beams extremely concentrated light into hair follicles. Pigment in the follicles absorbs the light. That destroys the hair.

Alopecia (hair loss)

Medically known as Alopecia, hair loss may be noticed as shedding of hair, baldness, or hair thinning. Hair loss can happen gradually, or quite suddenly, and sudden hair loss can be distressing for many patients.


Dandruff is a situation of the scalp that causes flakes of skin to appear. It is often accompanied by itching. The accurate cause is unknown, but various factors enlarge the risk. It is not connected to poor hygiene, but it may be more visible if a person does not wash or brush their hair often.


Folliculitis is a comparatively ordinary skin disorder caused by inflammation and infection in the hair follicles. Types of folliculitis include razor bumps, hot tub rash, and barber’s itch.

Lice (pediculosis capitis)

Lice (pediculosis capitis) can cause intense itching, which can result in scratching and areas of bloody skin crusts.Head lice (pediculosis capitis) are a common, highly contagious infection that often occurs in nurseries, day care centers, and schools.