Can Apolecia Areta Hair Loss caused by Allergy
Hello. I am 16 years and for 3 years I have Alopecia areata. The truth is that I do not know what to believe by all treatments. And many doctors made me lose hope. I just want to know whether the allergy has something to do with alopecia hair loss.
Many told me that it was nerves and it might be stress. But I’m only 16 and how can be stress. I have no stress besides having this problem. In fact I suffered a lot in these three years. And the truth is that the only thing I want is to find a solution.
If anyone can answer..
Is allergy has something to do with Alopecia areata? OR does it influence on something?
It is possible
Yes it is quite possible. There have been cases where a particular type of Alopecia areata has been treated by removing toxic substances from the body, caused by allergies to foods.
According to Dr. Alvin Stein, toxic heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides, solvents, chemicals, or the food we eat that we are allergic, may be responsible for this disease.
The solution in this case is to identify the allergic reaction caused by the toxic and eliminate through special remedies.
Here is the link to the article by Dr.. Alvin Stein
Name of the article: "Alopecia Areata treated successfully With food allergy elimination and neural therapy
Wish you all the best. Don't give up hope.
You need help
Hi, Sorry to know that you are suffering from Alopecia Areata. AA is not caused by stress but rather by an autoimmune condition where your hair follicles are directly attacked by your own body. So in other words, it could be trigger by an allergy as your body's immune system will respond to it.
There are no cure for AA but in 50% of the cases, it will stop but the hair that you have lost in that particular area will not grow back. There is no medication that can cure it but Minoxidil 5% have been shown to be able to recover some hair.
I suggest the best way to handle it is to live with AA and accept the condition. Join, www.naaf.org
(The National Alopecia Areata Organizationg) for support and help on your condition!
Don't lose hope! as new advances like Hair Cloning might be your solution to this problem in the future!