How do you get alopecia areata?
As you can see Alice has been successfully treated by me over a 15 months period.
Anybody can develope Alopecia Areata; nevertheless, your chances of having alopecia areata are considerably grander if you have a family member with the disease. In addition, alopecia disorders such as diabetes, lupus, or thyroid disease.
Alopecia Areata is an exceptionally common condition and will affect 1% to 2% of the population at some point in their lives. The Majority of sufferers are children and young adults (below 40 years old), however it can affect persons of Areata transpires more frequently amongst people who have relatives with autoimmune all ages. The hair loss is unexpected and forms itself in small, smooth-skinned patches that are probable to progressively widen with time. It can also affect the sufferer’s nails, giving them a rough, grooved or hard appearance. The precise cause of Alopecia Areata is still unknown, although present theories include an auto-immune disease, stress or suggest a genetic basis.
To treat Alopecia Areata, we recommend you contact us for treatment immediately.
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