Fortunately, the follicles still exist but had become dormant while remaining in tact under our scalp. This happens as a result of our immune cells surrounding follicles and bringing our hair generative system to a complete halt.
Sometimes, a person affected by Alopecia Areata (Bald Spot on head) may not notice the hairless spot for a period 2 to 3 days or even longer. As Alopecia Areata (Bald Spot on head) is highly unpredictable, how it develops and progresses in a person is still unknown.
The limitation in understanding Alopecia Areata has resulted in many medical treatments to be ineffective or show short term results. It is this same reason, most available treatments rectify symptoms alone while the actual autoimmune abnormality is left untreated. This has led many to experience recurrence once treatment is stopped.
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Alopecia Areata An Autoimmune Disease
Images of scalp epidermis affected by Alopecia Areata (Bald Spot on head), further confirms it as an autoimmune disease. The following images show as to how abnormal quantity of immune cells engulf follicles affected by Alopecia Areata.
Microscopic images of scalp samples taken from epidermis of a patient affected by Alopecia Areata further proves this. The images show how hair follicles are being surrounded by immune cells. This benign medical condition is also found to be non-contagious.
An affected person is perfectly healthy apart from having an unusual bald spots or patches around the scalp or any other parts of the body. Alopecia Areata (Bald Spot on head) is physically harmless, however, psychologically it can cause a deep scar causing a very vulnerable mind set.
In more severe case this may result to reduced social interactions followed by other undesirable psychological symptoms. With more than 3 million people affected in Unites States and Canada alone, statistics shows that Alopecia Areata (Bald Spot on head) affects approximately 1.5% of the world population.
Researchers have yet been able to develop any common patterns in terms of the cultural backgrounds, geographical locations, gender or age of the patients. However observations do show that 65% of people with this condition experienced it before age of 25 years old.