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Why Men are losing more hair than usual?

The people generally have approximately 100,000 – 120,000 hair strands on their heads and they lose around 50 to 125 hairs on a regular basis. That means for a healthy person, around 80 to 90 percent of hair follicles are in the growth phase at one time, while the other follicles are in the resting or shedding phase. A lot of people lose their hair and it happens mostly during the morning shower, while blowing it dry, or when you brush/comb your hair. That hair fall is a normal condition but if you are losing more than normal count, there could be something wrong!

Here, we are specifying some of the common causes of hair loss in men:


Alopecia areata is a condition that causes hair to fall out in small, circular patches on the scalp and elsewhere on the body. It happens due to your immune system attacking hair follicles. However, the persons who completely go bald with alopecia are very less in number, as only five percent of people with alopecia will lose hair on their entire scalp. Typically, the hair will grow back after treatment, but it is common for hair loss to reoccur.

     Hormonal Imbalances

Testosterone is a hormone that is responsible for deeper voices, sex drive and muscular growth in men. When your body converts testosterone to the less useful dihydrotestosterone (DHT), you can experience hair loss at that phase. DHT is the common reason for hair loss in men because it attacks and shrinks hair follicles and may result in hair thinning.

     Surgery or Illness

The hair loss is a normal side-effect if you recently underwent a major surgery or are recovering from a serious illness. Many people experience dramatic levels of hair fall/loss some days/weeks after major surgery or an illness. While the level of hair loss may appear excessive, it is no more than a reaction to a specific event and your locks will return to normal after a certain period.


There are some anticoagulants and many chemotherapy drugs used in cancer treatments that become the reason for causing hair related problems. The hair follicles usually grow back once the medication stops. Some anti-depressants may also cause hair loss and too much vitamin A can have the similar effects.

     Thyroid Issues

Some patients with hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism experience hair loss because of speeding up the conversion of testosterone to DHT. Even the persons who are undergoing thyroid treatment are not immune to the hair loss associated with their problem.


If you have been under a lot of work pressure or stress at home, you might be able to blame your hair loss on stress. Excessive physical or psychological stress can normally cause the hair follicles to stop growing; thus falling out two or three months later. Fortunately, hair loss due to stress is usually not permanent!


If you are convinced that something is wrong with your hair, then you should take the hair-pull test or consult with a dermatologist in noida. It is better than living with anxiety that could keep the shedding at full strength!



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