Types Of Hair Loss

Alopecia Areata

The symptomless loss of hair in small patches which may expand into the total loss of all scalp hair (alopecia totalis) and body hair (alopecia universalis). It can also be non-scarring, reversible and non-exclusive to age, sex, or race.

Traction Alopecia

Also referred to as trauma alopecia, this results from rigorous brushing and blow drying or chemical over processing which can be acute or chronic.


Abnormal compulsion to pull out or twist hair and is common among women, children, and with bulimia nervosa in teenage girls.


A hereditary male pattern and female pattern alopecia, non-scarring hair loss affecting the crown which results from genetically determined end-organ sensitivity to androgens.

Alopecia Totalis

The total loss of all scalp hair except eyebrows and eyelashes.

Diffuse Alopecia

Overall hair thinning throughout the scalp, but unnoticeable unless hair loss becomes severe. This alopecia can occur continuously or episodically.

Alopecia Universalis

Total loss of all body hair.

Alopecia Seborrheic

Alopecia associated with Seborrheic dermatitis, which is a common skin disorder that presents as mild erythema (redness) and scaling throughout the scalp.

Hormonal Hair Loss
Hair Loss Extreme Weight Loss
Male Pattern Baldness (Androgenic Alopecia)

Often episodic hair loss with two components according to the Hamilton-Norwood scale: bitemporal recession and balding over the vortex.

Female Pattern Baldness (Female-Pattern Alopecia)

Non-scarring hair loss affecting the crown which results from genetically determined end-organ sensitivity to androgens.

Thinning Hair - Damaged or Broken Hair - Cancer-Related-Hair-Loss

Root Cause

At Y.O.U. Hair Loss Lifestyle Center, we get to the “root cause” of your hair loss, which can be attributable to the following:

  1. Environment – toxicity, microwave, household cleaning, preservatives, solvents, deodorants, pesticides,  automotive, water pollution, radiation, pets, herbicides
  2. Diet – processed foods, food  allergies, white foods, chemicals, gmo Genetically Modified Foods, eating not enough life food
  3. Medications – vaccinations, auto-immune
  4. Hormones                      
  5. Various Hair Issues: Alopecia Areata, Traction Alopecia, Trichotillomania, Androgenetic, Alopecia Totalis, Alopecia Universalis, Cancer-Related-Hair-Loss, Alopecia Seborhic, Hormonal Hair Loss, Stress, Hair Loss Extreme Weight Loss, Male Pattern Baldness (Androgenic Alopecia), Female Pattern Baldness (Female-Pattern Alopecia), Thinning Hair, Damaged or Broken Hair.
  6. Scalp Problems
  7. Hair Shaft Issues

Internet Search – “Analysis and Diagnosis” for Hair Loss

Many times clients search the internet and are doing their own cleanses, buying products or taking multiple vitamins without getting to know their own DNA.  Self-diagnosis without appropriate blood work to find out their deficiencies has been an issue.  There is only one of YOU in 4 trillion people, and no person is the same. Please be careful and cautious when searching the internet for remedies. It is better to see a Certified Trichologist.