What is alopecia areata?
Alopecia areata is a condition that causes hair to fall out resulting in hair loss.
alopecia totalis, which is the loss of all hair on the scalp
alopecia universalis, which is the loss of all hair on the entire body
Alopecia areata (patchy)- coin-sized patches of hair loss on the skin or body. If this condition expands, it may become alopecia totalis or alopecia universalis.
Diffuse alopecia areata - - sudden and unexpected thinning of hair all over the scalp, not in just one area or patch.
Ophiasis alopecia - a band along the sides and lower back of the scalp is called ophiasis alopecia.
Causes of Hair Loss
Conventional: Hair loss is conventionally treated by medications, serums, and hair transplant procedures. Side effects of these procedures can include infections, scalp pain, folliculitis, and bleeding.
Homeopathic: Homeopathy can achieve 100% hair regrowth and can cure bald patches noninvasively without side effects or surgical procedures. It can also aid thinning hair and excessive dandruff.