Baldness or alopecia is abnormal hair loss, followed by the complete disappearance of hair follicles.
There are different types of alopecia. For example, alopecia areata, which affects the areas of scalp and is the most common form of alopecia occurring among patients. Alopecia areata is a common autoimmune disease that results in the loss of hair from the scalp and elsewhere on the body. It usually starts with one or more small, round, non-scarring smooth patches. At the last stage of alopecia, hair damage is observed in the form of absence of mustache, eyebrows, hair, skin, armpits and groin area.
On spots affected by alopecia skin inflammation or other diseases are not observed, follicles are in the resting phase and pigment production is stopped.
At the initial stage, 2-6 weeks after the detection of alopecia focuses new lesions may appear. That is why many people are concerned that alopecia can be passed from one person to another, although this is not possible.
Alopecia areata faced by people of all ages, from children of 10 years old and older people aged 70.
Majority of the group makes up the age group of 20-30 year old patients with severe alopecia, which began to develop from an early age, and therefore defining the causes of alopecia in such patients is a complicated process.
The growth of thin and fair hair, sometimes even gray hair due to lack of pigment
In the process of recovering from alopecia, at the initial stage the growth of thin and fair hair, sometimes even gray hair due to lack of pigment is sometimes observed . However, there are some cases of complete absence of these symptoms.
External activators (pathogens) and malfunction of the immune system (autoimmune disease).
Currently, the main causes of alopecia areata are found in external activators (pathogens) and malfunction of the immune system (autoimmune disease). In other words, the body protective function diffect affects T - lymphocytes proper functioning, so that T - lymphocytes start rejecting the nutrition supply and life support of hair follicles. In exceptional cases, a complete rejection of all hair follicles. Therefore, there are some patients with complete absence of hair not only on the head, but also throughout the entire body. The main causes of the immune system disorders are: stress, stress-related complications, hormonal disorders, or nervous system damage. However, at the moment to determine what specifically affects the appearance of alopecia is not yet available.
Types of alopecia:
Mono alopecia: the presence of a single outbreak of baldness
Poly-alopecia:multiple hotbeds of baldness in small size oval shape.
Compound alopecia: joint of several hotbeds of baldness in one. For example, the occurrence of alopecia outbreak near ear, then its further progress from the back of the head to the opposite ear in the shape of a snake.
Diffuse Patterned Alopecia (DPA):hair loss all over the head. It is an androgenic type alopecia characterized by diffuse thinning in the front, top, and vertex of the scalp in conjunction with a stable permanent zone.
absence of hair not only on the head, but also all over the entire body and face. This type of alopecia may also occur in a healthy person. However, more often this type of alopecia occurs in patients with atopic skin disease, in the presence of Down's Syndrome, thyroid problems, rheumatism, arthritis, disease Vitiligo. In addition it is worth paying attention to the shape of the nails of hands and feet, as strongly undulating pockmarked surface also means a predisposition to the disease.
- In 10-20% of patients with nails lesions (white spots on the nail platinum) the hair loss problems are also observed. So the worse the condition of nails, the more complicated case of alopecia is. The slightest changes and malfunctioning of the body affect the condition of the lune or lunula (a white opaque part of the root of the nail).
Note: normal thickness of lunula is between 1/10 and 1/11 of the entire nail).
- 5% of Vitiligo patients also suffer from alopecia. Specific feature of this interrelation is the parallel improvement or deterioration of both diseases.
- Restoring the immune system and strengthening the body resistance to stressful situations.
- Strengthening the functions of the lungs, digestive system and liver necessary for hair regeneration.
- Elimination of stress and stimulation of blood circulation system.
In the presence of pulmonary symptoms of alopecia, strong body can independently find and restore the affected areas. However, diseases such as Diffuse Patterned Alopecia (DPA), alopecia areata (serpentine pattern baldness) and sharp forehead baldness require a more careful approach due to the complexity of treatment and the possibility of renewed symptoms. A combination of two or more types of alopecia complicate the process of obtaining effective results after treatment.
- RH-0 (Drinking type): is the most effective therapeutic drug which eliminates the cause of the disease, affecting the most important organs for the healthy functioning of the human body such as circulatory system, hormonal balance, strengthening of the liver, heart and lungs.
- Rh-s(2) : reducing the number of falling hair, as well as restoring integuments from irritation and inflammation.
- Rh- inflammation: monitoring scalp sebum secretions, stimulating blood circulation, regeneration of hair shaft and hair follicle, as well as creating a fertile base for the further hair growth.
- Rh-2 :stimulation of blood circulation, enrichment of a bulb and a hair shaft power supply at the micro level.
- Regrowth (treat):powerful medication of high concentration to accelerate the regenerative functions of the cells and follicles, as well as providing overall stimulation of blood circulation.