Hair Loss Grade, Which Grade Do You Belong To?

Hair Loss Grade, Which Grade Do You Belong To
Are you scared?

When you touch your hair lightly, a lot of hair falls out. This is a true picture of people with great hair loss or even hair fall. Although there are beautiful words that hair loss people are smart, I’m afraid that most people with hair loss, do not feel too smart, and do not want to be smart, right? Thinning hair and hair loss can make a big difference in appearance and psychological low self-esteem. Regarding the grade of hair loss, feel your hair and compare it with the comparison.

What are the causes of hair loss?

1. Androgenetic alopecia

It is autosomal dominant, and its genetic characteristics need to be manifested under the action of androgen.

2. Neurogenic alopecia

Hair loss often occurs when there is too much mental stress. Under the action of mental stress, the human body contraction of the erector spinal muscle, hair upright, vegetative nerve or central nervous system dysfunction, hair follicle papilla change, and malnutrition, which leads to the inhibition of hair growth function, hair into the resting phase, and hair loss.

3. Endocrine alopecia

Hair growth is affected by a variety of endocrine hormones, so when endocrine abnormalities occur more hair loss diseases, such as postpartum, and menopausal hair loss.

4. Nutritional Alopecia

Hair is the external manifestation of the body’s condition. Poor nutrition and abnormal metabolism can cause changes in hair quality and color, and severe malnutrition can even lead to diffuse alopecia.

5. Physical Alopecia

Common physical factors that cause hair loss include mechanical stimulation and exposure to radioactive substances.

6. Chemical Alopecia

Chemical factors can lead to hair color changes and even hair loss.

7. Infectious Alopecia

Infection of various pathogens is an important factor in hair diseases, mainly including bacteria, viruses, fungi, spirochetes, parasites, and other infections.

8. Symptomatic alopecia

Certain systemic or local diseases can be accompanied by hair loss.

9. Congenital alopecia

Hair loss or thinning is caused by developmental defects, patients commonly have thin and fine hair, or hair is normal at birth and soon falls out without regeneration, which can be divided into isolated defects and other malformations.

10. Seasonal Alopecia

Seasonal alopecia is common in autumn, mainly because after autumn, the weather becomes cooler, the climate is dry, and the water of the skin mucous membrane accelerates evaporation, which will lead to a decrease in sebaceous gland secretion, causing dry hair and hair loss.

Hair Loss Grade

Male Hair Loss Grades
Male Hair Loss Grades

1. Male

1.1. Grade 1 Hair Loss

The hairline is normal, generally, you do not need to implement hair transplant surgery. However, if there is hair loss, carefully observe the changes in the two frontal corners. Hair loss often starts here.

1.2. Grade 2 Hair Loss

The hairline is receding and the forehead is slightly higher. The usual experience is that hair loss starts at the frontal corners, and if it is still in the shedding stage, medication can be used appropriately to prevent the hair from falling out.

1.3. Grade 3 Hair Loss

Hairline loss is obvious, if not treated in time the hair will fall out rapidly and is very serious. The quality and quantity of donor area should be strictly considered when performing hair transplantation.

1.4. Grade 4 Hair Loss

There is obvious baldness on the forehead, and overall thinning of the top part of the head, but the hair is not completely lost, and some fine and soft hair is still present.

1.5. Grade 5 Hair Loss

Overall loss of hair on the forehead and crown area, with a broken band in the middle and a large area of hair loss – a single surgery can establish a normal hairline and cover the hair loss on the crown area.

1.6. Grade 6 Hair Loss

The frontal area is lost, and there is a clear tendency for the top of the head to expand backward. Only a narrow band of hair is isolated in the center. Excessive hair requirement in the area to be covered.

1.7. Grade 7 Hair Loss

It is the most severe case in the hair loss classification, where the overall hair is only left in the back of the occipital area and a ring of hair around the ear den. Hair can be grown on the forehead and a wig worn behind the ear.

Female Hair Loss Grades
Female Hair Loss Grades

2. Female

2.1. Grade 1 Hair Loss

Thinning of the hair in front of the crown area, usually in the top center of the forehead, with an intact hairline and the ability to disguise the hair loss when changing hairstyles, this is the initial stage of hair loss.

2.2. Grade 2 Hair Loss

The thinning of hair in front of the crown area is more obvious, the affected area is enlarged, the number of short hairs increases, the degree of hair loss is more serious, and the symptoms of hair loss can no longer be concealed by hairstyles.

2.3. Grade 3 Hair Loss

Almost complete hair loss or nudity at the top of the head, but the frontal hairline remains intact and the patient does not have to ruffle the hair to see the scalp.

Hair loss?

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