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What is hair loss?
Physiologically, hair loss means that losing hair and that hair is getting thinner.
Cell division of monocyte is not smooth and growth is shortened and the period from resting to the next growing period becomes longer.
Hair cannot grow continuously and falls out, providing continuity to abnormal conditions.
The average hair count for Asians is approximately 100,000, of which roughly 55-100 strands are lost per day. Any more than this number is known as abnormal hair loss.
A person's hair does not grow constantly, but with the cycle of each independent hair follicle, hair growth and elimination are repeated over time. Hair loss is a physiological phenomenon that stops growth after a certain period and repeats growth in the retrograde stage.
Excessive sebum, keratin, erythema, inflammation, dandruff, and seborrheic dermatitis are exposed daily to environment harmful to the scalp.
If these symptoms are left for a long time, hair follicles are blocked, hair cells are contracted, hair loss is induced, and hair loss will progresses gradually.
DHT action shortens the lifespan of anagen hair along with thinning hair, and gradually extends the number of hairs by expanding the telogen stage, eventually leading to complete hair loss (renewable is impossible at this point)
Hereditary hair loss is the result of the action of 5α-reductase on male hormones, resulting from the interaction of DHT and hereditary depilation receptors, which can be prevented by inhibiting this process.