Current evidence suggests that Alopecia Areata is caused by an abnormality in the immune system. This particular abnormality leads to autoimmunity, a misguided immune system that tends to attack its own body. As a result, the immune system attacks particular tissues of the body. In Alopecia Areata, for unknown reasons, the bodies own immune system attacks the hair follicles and disrupts normal hair formation. In some cases, without any treatment, it can go into remission at any time and resolve itself. Around 50% of people who have Alopecia Areata will report that their hair re-grows naturally. This is because there is not a total loss of the hair follicle, the T cells stop hair growth but they don’t actually destroy the follicle. Hair growth may spontaneously restart after a few months to a year. Unfortunately, in some cases it can result in Alopecia Totalis, which leads to total hair loss, or Alopecia Universalis, which would include the loss of eyebrows and eyelashes. Although Alopecia Areata is not a life threatening condition, is can disrupt the lives of many people of all ages and genders, especially women and young girls.
 
CAUSES OF FEMALE HAIR LOSS (Alopecia):
 
    
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Chemotherapy/Radiation: If your hair falls out due to chemotherapy and/or radiation treatment, once the treatment has been finalized, the hair that has been lost usually grows back. Hair growth may take some time to begin, but by the 6th month of finishing the chemotherapy treatment, you should notice that you have a full head of hair. This hair may be different than it was before the treatment in many ways; it may be thinner, thicker, and curlier, have a different color, or may have no difference at all. Having radiotherapy treatment on the head will always cause hair loss in the area the beams target, and possible on the opposite end of the area that the beam targets also. It may take 6 months for the hair to grow back, and when it does there is a chance that it may grow back patchy. For the unfortunate few, there is a chance that the hair may not grow back at all.
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Current evidence suggests that Alopecia Areata is caused by an abnormality in the immune system. This particular abnormality leads to autoimmunity, a misguided immune system that tends to attack its own body. As a result, the immune system attacks particular tissues of the body. In Alopecia Areata, for unknown reasons, the bodies own immune system attacks the hair follicles and disrupts normal hair formation. In some cases, without any treatment, it can go into remission at any time and resolve itself. Around 50% of people who have Alopecia Areata will report that their hair re-grows naturally. This is because there is not a total loss of the hair follicle, the T cells stop hair growth but they don’t actually destroy the follicle. Hair growth may spontaneously restart after a few months to a year. Unfortunately, in some cases it can result in Alopecia Totalis, which leads to total hair loss, or Alopecia Universalis, which would include the loss of eyebrows and eyelashes. Although Alopecia Areata is not a life threatening condition, is can disrupt the lives of many people of all ages and genders, especially women and young girls.
 
CAUSES OF FEMALE HAIR LOSS (Alopecia):
 
    
             Diseases:
Chemotherapy/Radiation: If your hair falls out due to chemotherapy and/or radiation treatment, once the treatment has been finalized, the hair that has been lost usually grows back. Hair growth may take some time to begin, but by the 6th month of finishing the chemotherapy treatment, you should notice that you have a full head of hair. This hair may be different than it was before the treatment in many ways; it may be thinner, thicker, and curlier, have a different color, or may have no difference at all. Having radiotherapy treatment on the head will always cause hair loss in the area the beams target, and possible on the opposite end of the area that the beam targets also. It may take 6 months for the hair to grow back, and when it does there is a chance that it may grow back patchy. For the unfortunate few, there is a chance that the hair may not grow back at all.
 
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