Diffuse Hair loss
Diffuse or generalized hair thinning is the most common hair problem faced by men and women of all ages.
Chronic hair loss may start after a stressful episode such as illness, sudden weight loss, change of environment, post pregnancy or may be related to a poor lifestyle. This condition is commonly diagnosed as Telogen Effluvium.
Another common cause of hair loss is Pattern Baldness. Androgenetic Alopecia is also known as Male Pattern Hair Loss and its female counter part is known as Female Pattern Hair Loss.
Patchy Hair loss
Hair loss may occur in the form of patches in the scalp, beard or body hair. The most common cause of patchy hair loss is a condition called Alopecia Areata. Patchy hair loss is more common in children than in adults. Patchy hairloss needsd to be diagnosed accurately and treated accordingly. In most cases complete hair re-growth is possible with early treatment.