oily hair

Oily Hair

Oily hair is an increased greasiness of the hair caused by excessive activity of the glands of the scalp. Despite frequent shampooing, oily hair looks greasy, oily, untidy and even dirty; it sticks together in separate strands, does not hold styling. The problem requires a professional approach to solving with the involvement of a specialist-trichologist,…

hypertrichosis

Hypertrichosis

Hypertrichosis is excessive hair growth on any parts of the body, including those where hair growth is not caused by the action of androgens. Unlike hirsutism, which is observed only in women, hypertrichosis is diagnosed in both sexes in different age categories. The cause of hypertrichosis may be congenital mutations caused by various adverse effects…

hair loss

Hair Loss

Hair loss is a physiological or pathological process. Pathological hair loss leads to their uniform thinning, partial or complete absence in limited areas or total baldness. The causes can be a lack of vitamins and trace elements, side effects of medications, hormonal and infectious diseases, stress, heredity, improper hair care. Often, the elimination of these…

hair abnormalities

Hair Abnormalities

Hair abnormalities are pathologies of the hair follicle and the shaft that disrupt the growth, structure and function of the hair cover. The main causes are considered to be infectious diseases suffered by the mother during pregnancy and genetic determinism. Anomalies are manifested by brittleness, twisting, thinning, loss, change in the condition of the hair. The…

androgenetic alopecia

Androgenetic Alopecia

Androgenetic Alopecia is a progressive loss of hair on the head caused by atrophy of the hair follicles under the influence of male sex steroids. It occurs in both men and women. Initially, diffuse thinning and thinning of the hair occurs, then the formation of bald patches and, finally, complete baldness of the frontal-parietal zone.…

alopecia

Alopecia

Alopecia (baldness) is a progressive hair loss that leads to baldness of the head or other hairy areas of the skin. There are diffuse alopecia (thinning and thinning of hair throughout the head), focal (the appearance of foci of complete absence of hair), androgenic (male-type, associated with the level of male sex hormones in the…

varicocele

Varicocele

Varicocele is a varicose change in the veins of the spermatic cord, accompanied by a violation of venous outflow from the testicle. It is manifested by pulling and bursting pains, a feeling of discomfort and heaviness in the scrotum, visible expansion of veins. There may be inflammation or rupture of varicose vessels with hemorrhage in…

ADHD Alzheimer's Disease

ADHD Medication Slows Down Alzheimer’s Disease

A drug to combat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder increases the level of norepinephrine in the brain. Researchers believe that this will slow down the development of senile dementia.  Scientists from Emory Brine Health Center have concluded that the drug atomoxetine, created to combat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), is able to slow the progression of…