The hair increases in repeating cycles, each cycle has three layers: anagen, catagen, and telogen. Eagene phase is known as the growth phase. At the same time, we have around 85 to 90% hair in our head. This part of the growth cycle lasts for 2 to 6 years and can last up to 8 years.
When the hair reaches the maximum length of the anagen phase, the phase of the growth cycle begins. This is a short stage, lasting only 1 to 2 weeks. The cycle reaches the contagious stage and when the hair growth rate decreases, the Catagen phase is also known as the Transition phase. Follicle size is reduced and base separation begins.
The growth phase of the telogen phase is also known as the stage of rest, when the growth is completely stopped. This is the part where the follicle decreases. This cycle lasts approximately 6 weeks. Some hair falls off, but there may be some follicle. At the end of the telogen phase, new hair formation and growth begins. If the old hair is still attached then it goes out and goes out of the head. About 10% of our hair is in the level of the telogen.
Hair growth cycle and hair loss.
To understand the loss of hair, we know the nature of the hair growth cycle. It is normal for people to lose 50 to 100 hair every day. When this happens, you’re probably on the telescope phase. You will probably find these strands lost in your brush, blanket or your shower floor. It is normal and there is no need to worry because their new growth will be replaced by.
This is only when you lose more and you look towards quick weight loss which should be your concern. These are noticeable that your hair growth is not fast enough to replace losing strains and your normal hair cycle may be interrupted.
The upper body of the skin (epidermis) that increases from folix. It is made of the same material as keratin, a form of protein, epidermis, nails, and toenails. Follicles base, there is a blood pressure, which is formed by the blood vessels and nerves. This increase ensures that the cycle is performed relentlessly.
The material that can affect hair growth.
Without any obstruction, hair growth cycle will continue unabated. Only some material is applied, the cycle is interrupted or closed. These factors can cause temporary hair loss. Or if not, they can be harmful, which is more permanent. This can include hormones, nutritional deficiencies, thyroid gland, chemotherapy and radiation disorders. Cycles may also be affected by scalp, injury or pressure skin diseases.
Some medicines can also disrupt normal growth, including medications including antidepressants, hypertension, retinoid, and birth control medications. A baby’s birth can also damage hair loss with Lupus, Diabetes and HIV / AIDS diseases. Males and females suffering from serious food or serious food are also sensitive to this condition.
It is interesting to keep in mind that hair growth is not indicated in people’s embryo at the initial stage. Hair growth is only evidence before accepting human form in the head of the head when the appearance of the lungs embryo of the hair begins to appear in the early stages. If the embryo is about 9 weeks old then there is evidence of hair growth. For 9 months, the embryo has already had all the hair drops.