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Alopecia, Alopecia Areata, Hair Falling,
areata is considered an autoimmune disease, in which the immune system,
which is designed to protect the body from foreign invaders such as
viruses and bacteria, mistakenly attacks the hair follicles, the tiny
cup-shaped structures from which hairs grow. This can lead to hair loss on
the scalp and elsewhere.
most cases, hair falls out in small, round patches about the size of a
quarter. In many cases, the disease does not extend beyond a few bare
patches. In some people, hair loss is more extensive. Although uncommon,
the disease can progress to cause total loss of hair on the head or
complete loss of hair on the head, face, and body (alopecia areata
alopecia areata, immune system cells called white blood cells attack the
rapidly growing cells in the hair follicles that make the hair. The
affected hair follicles become small and drastically slow down hair
production. Fortunately, the stem cells that continually supply the
follicle with new cells do not seem to be targeted. So the follicle always
has the potential to regrow hair.
Scientists do not know exactly why the hair follicles undergo these changes, but they suspect that a combination of genes may predispose some people to the disease. In those who are genetically predisposed, some type of trigger--perhaps a virus or something in the person's environment--brings on the attack against the hair follicles.
areata is not a life-threatening disease. It does not cause any physical
pain, and people with the condition are generally healthy otherwise. But
for most people, a disease that unpredictably affects their appearance the
way alopecia areata does is a serious matter.
effects of alopecia areata are primarily socially and emotionally
disturbing. In alopecia universalis, however, loss of eyelashes and
eyebrows and hair in the nose and ears can make the person more vulnerable
to dust, germs, and foreign particles entering the eyes, nose, and ears.
areata often occurs in people whose family members have other autoimmune
diseases, such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, thyroid disease,
systemic lupus erythematosus, pernicious anemia, or Addison's disease.
People who have alopecia areata do not usually have other autoimmune
diseases, but they do have a higher occurrence of thyroid disease, atopic
eczema, nasal allergies, and asthma.
is every chance that your hair will regrow, but it may also fall out
again. No one can predict when it might regrow or fall out. The course of
the disease varies from person to person. Some people lose just a few
patches of hair, then the hair regrows, and the condition never recurs.
Other people continue to lose and regrow hair for many years. A few lose
all the hair on their head; some lose all the hair on their head, face,
and body. Even in those who lose all their hair, the possibility for full
some, the initial hair regrowth is white, with a gradual return of the
original hair color. In most, the regrown hair is ultimately the same
color and texture as the original hair.
course of alopecia areata is highly unpredictable, and the uncertainty of
what will happen next is probably the most difficult and frustrating
aspect of the disease. You may continue to lose hair, or your hair loss
may stop. The hair you have lost may or may not grow back, and you may or
may not continue to develop new bare patches.
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