Why Sudden Hair Fall in Men
As you age, your hair can become more prone to falling out than when you were younger. This can result from several factors, including genetics, hormones, and diet or lifestyle choices. Here are seven reasons for sudden hair fall in men that you may be able to address to stop this from happening to you!
1) Liver Disease
A condition that arises when you’re liver malfunctions and cannot perform normal body functions, such as aiding in digestion or processing toxins. It can cause various symptoms, including hair loss and inflammation of other tissues because your liver helps process estrogen into your bloodstream.
If it fails to do so properly due to disease, you might experience hair loss. Poor diet and alcoholism can also contribute to vitamin deficiencies and anemia, resulting in hair thinning or loss.
To treat any underlying causes, a doctor should regularly monitor these conditions with lab tests to determine whether they are contributing factors or not; they might also prescribe treatments based on test results.
2) Alopecia Areata
In Pakistan, one of the main reasons for sudden hair fall is alopecia areata. Alopecia areata is a very serious type of hair loss, and a dermatologist must treat it. If not treated at an early stage, it can cause complete baldness.
An Excel Lab Report must have documented cases of alopecia areata and prescriptions to treat them. Doctors use these reports to identify if other cases should be treated urgently. Physicians rely on these relationships to maintain transparency and ethics within their profession and to retain clients who trust Excel Lab Reports in Pakistan.
When people think of hair loss, they picture a man with a perfectly combed head of male-pattern baldness. However, it’s just as common for women to experience some degree of thinning and even sudden hair fall.
At Excel Lab Islamabad, we often diagnose hypothyroidism as one of our clients’ reasons for sudden hair fall because it can be caused by an autoimmune disease or reaction to a medication.
Suppose you find yourself shedding more than 100 hairs every day when you brush your hair, not including your eyebrows. If so, you may want to speak to your doctor about getting tested for hypothyroidism or another thyroid disorder.
4) Low testosterone levels
According to research, male baldness is most common among people who have lower testosterone levels. To combat hair loss, first, have your testosterone levels checked if you are suffering from low T and wish to prevent future hair loss.
We recommend using our Blood Test Excel reports. Our testers have recommended that men take increased doses of Vitamin D3 and Zinc (along with a healthy diet) to solve many ailments, including hair fall and erectile dysfunction!
5) Anemia (low red blood cell count)
Anemia can cause hair loss due to high iron and other minerals. During pregnancy, it often occurs in women when it is not uncommon to lose several pounds of blood and therefore suffer from low iron levels. During pregnancy, it often occurs in women when it is not uncommon to lose several pounds of blood cell count and therefore suffer from low iron levels.
Iron supplementation (such as Ferrous Sulfate) is necessary for treatment until iron levels are normalized with lab testing, such as hemoglobin A1C (Glycohemoglobin). If you have unexplained hair loss and feel tired or out of breath while walking upstairs or standing too long, see your doctor immediately to get tested for anemia.
6) High-Stress Levels
In today’s fast-paced society, it seems everyone is on edge. Constant stress takes a toll on our bodies and can cause hair loss, including Alopecia areata. A hair test from Excel Lab Islamabad can tell you if your stress levels are high or low and what areas of your life could use improvement.
Remember to take time to relax each day. That may be enough to give you those much-needed vitamins and minerals you need. And after all – who doesn’t want more hair? 😉
Hyperthyroidism, or an overactive thyroid gland, is a common cause of hair loss. An overactive thyroid causes the body to produce more hormones than normal, resulting in abnormal growth of cells that can lead to excess hair loss or thinning hair.
Hyperthyroidism may also cause extreme sensitivity and rapid weight loss. You can check if you have hyperthyroidism by asking your doctor to perform a blood test.