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A youngster from Nottinghamshire whose hair loss has been caused by Alopecia Universalis is celebrating a bit of good news that will see him fulfilling a childhood cricketing dream.

Fateh Landa, 13, has been playing the sport since he was three and was recently picked as the winner of tickets to see his choice of matches at the June 2017 ICC Champions Trophy.

The teenager, who was nominated in the contest by his dad, selected a clash between India and Pakistan, and says “it has always been one of my dreams to watch India play.

cricketerDifficult few years

Writing about Fateh on the ICC website, the cricketing body doesn’t explain any more details about the contest but it does reveal that the sport-loving youngster was nominated following a difficult few years in which his mum became disabled and had to move into a nursing home and he developed Alopecia Universalis.

The condition is related to the autoimmune disorder Alopecia Areata, a much better-known disease that will affect around two per cent of all people in their lifetime. While Alopecia Areata treatment when it is in its moderate form which causes patchy hair loss to the scalp only, can produce significant results, treatment for Alopecia Universalis is generally not successful. For that reason, many people who have the condition resort to wearing wigs or scarves. Fateh himself says that he used to cover his head in a scarf when he first started losing his hair.

Fast forward a year or two and cricket has given him the zest he needs to carry on with his life as it was before. He recently played as the under-13s captain of his county, and he hit his first ever century in a match last season.

Playing cricket has enabled me to focus on something else, and stopped me worrying about my condition,” says Fateh. “It has had a massive effect on me.

His father, Gurj, added: “It’s very difficult for him not having his mum around, and to look different to everyone else. Cricket has helped him gain a lot of confidence. I’m very proud of him.”

A passion can be therapeutic

Having a passion in sport or some other activity is frequently cited as a terrific way for someone with Alopecia Areata or one of its related conditions to stop focusing on their hair loss. While the crushing effects of losing all your hair can never be overstated, those who are able to immerse themselves in something they love often find this to be very therapeutic.

Allen Smith, for example, was 17 when his hair started falling out – his passion for music, he said, saw him through his darkest moments with autoimmune hairloss. Rugby star Heather Fisher, meanwhile, spoke last year about how she refuses to dwell on her baldness (also caused by Alopecia Areata) and stays focus on the sport she loves instead.

A visit to a specialist clinic can be very worthwhile for anyone whose hairloss has been caused by Alopecia Areata, as treatment may be possible. If it is not, it can be helpful to have a knowledgeable hair loss expert to talk to and also, perhaps, to catch up on new developments that are in the works which may offer hope to people with severe forms of the condition.


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An Australian woman who wanted to give her hair a boost with some salon-fitted extensions has discovered that hair loss may sometimes arise as a result of this kind of styling.

According to the Daily Mail, Jenny Fleming of Sydney had dreams of “luscious flowing locks” and made an appointment at a hair extension specialist in the west of the city.

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View Belgravia’s Traction Alopecia Treatment Success Stories (Please note the clients pictured here and below are not Ms Fleming who is mentioned in this article)

Hair falling out

Unfortunately, however, Ms Fleming claims that it wasn’t long before the stress that the hair extensions were placing on her scalp caused her real hair to fall out. This is a far from uncommon occurrence when people have extensions or weaves as they are usually tightly fastened to a customer’s own hair near the roots. As well as the extra weight they add, tightly securing extensions so that they do not come loose and look natural, can cause excessive stress on the follicles. This, in turn, can cause hairloss both at the sites where the extensions are secured to the existing hair as well as around the hairline as this area bears the strain, weakening the follicles as a result.

Hair loss caused in this way is known as Traction Alopecia.

One key aspect of the story that the newspaper picked up on was the salon’s seemingly underwhelmed response to Ms Fleming’s increasingly worried texts. “I am really freakin’ out, girls!” she wrote to the salon in one of her messages. “It’s clearly my hair here and I can see my own hair in the strands of the others [extensions] that have already fallen out.

As the problem escalated, Ms Fleming posted a picture of herself to the salon in which she is sporting a small, round bald patch on the top of her head. This actually looks more like an entirely separate condition named Alopecia Areata. It is not a hair loss condition as such as it is classified as an autoimmune disorder, and the net result in most cases is sudden, circular bald patches of this nature.

Importantly, one of several suspected triggers for Alopecia Areata is sudden extreme stress.

Experts at a reputable hair loss clinic would be able to easily diagnose both conditions and explain the best course of action. Traction Alopecia treatment begins with a client agreeing to change to a less problematic hairstyle – in the case of Ms Fleming this would mean removing the hair extensions entirely and wearing her hair down. Following a bespoke treatment course featuring topical applications of recommended high strength minoxidil formulations, combined with appropriate hair growth boosters, can often help the hair to recover and regrow.

Similarly, Alopecia Areata treatment, can also be effective in cases of bald spots caused by this autoimmune disorder. If – as is entirely possible – both hair loss conditions present simultaneously, then a hair loss specialist will be able to devise a tailored treatment plan to address both issues concurrently.

Potentially permanent

The Mail article concludes with a Facebook posting from Ms Fleming in which she rages about the salon and how she was “ill advised on the correct extensions for my hair type, therefore resulting in potential permanent hair loss.” She is not being alarmist, as it is entirely possible for follicles to sometimes become so damaged as a result of Traction Alopecia that they no longer function, resulting in permanent hair loss.

Experts tend to agree, however, that almost any hairstyle can safely be worn in moderation – meaning that styles such as braids and high ponytails or buns are mostly fine if they are alternated often – though hair loss specialists rarely recommend hair extensions. If people insist on them, it is advisable to wear them infrequently and for the extensions to be clip ins – not tape-ins or weaves – that can be quickly added and removed again before bed in order to help minimise potential damage.


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Researchers in Egypt are to begin a two-year study to try and obtain conclusive results that show a correlation between eye disease and Alopecia Areata, the autoimmune disorder that leads to sudden, patchy hair loss.

A team at the country’s Assiut University has announced that it will test the eye health of people with Alopecia Areata in order to try and ascertain whether there is a pattern between the condition, which is classed as an autoimmune disorder, and eye problems.

Direct correlation not yet proven

Eye health issues ocularIn the past, multiple cases have been recorded where people with Alopecia Areata also have an eye condition, but a direct correlation has never been proven.

As the team states on its clinicaltrials.gov trial registration: “Alopecia Areata may have other serious comorbidities, such as cardiovascular and ocular. However, the results of studies of ocular findings in AA are controversial… there are contrasting opinions on the significance of these lenticular changes.”

Among the eye problems that have been seen are cataracts, Horner syndrome, pupil ectopia, iris atrophy and retina issues. A recent study in Ankara, Turkey, noted that people with Alopecia Areata often seem to have Dry Eye Disease.

The ultimate goal of the Egyptian study, states the team behind it, is to ascertain whether or not ocular screening should be carried out in each and every patient who reports to a clinic with Alopecia Areata.

Understanding alopecia areata

The study is unlike most trials pertaining to the disease, as these are generally interested in testing out a potential new cure. Although specialist Alopecia Areata treatment for the patchy, scalp-only form of the condition can often produce compelling regrowth, there are currently there no effective methods for treating the more extreme forms, Alopecia Totalis and Alopecia Universalis. These cause hair loss of the head and whole body, respectively.

For this very reason, trials are underway in multiple locations all over the world to see if new drugs can be developed that will help regrow lost hair in people who have even the most severe forms of autoimmune alopecia. Complications abound, however, with everything from poor test results to unpleasant side effects caused by the drugs involved standing in the way of new possibilities.

That’s not to say there haven’t been success stories: researchers in the US, for example, have been testing drugs known as JAK inhibitors and have seen very encouraging results. Some of these drugs are, however, among those associated with adverse side-effects.

Alopecia Areata is a perplexing condition; it is certainly not something the medical community can confidently say it fully understands and knows how to “switch off”, with most people generally accepting that it has several triggers that kick-start its onset in people who are susceptible to it.

One immunologist in the US perhaps hit the nail on the head last year when he said it was “just diabetes of the hair follicle.”

What is particularly interesting with regards the new study in Egypt is that it could yield fruit on two counts if certain links between Alopecia Areata and eye disease are found. Not only might it be possible that people with Alopecia Areata are able to act early to alleviate eye conditions, but it may also open up new lines of research into why the condition causes hair to fall out and why the eye is somehow involved.


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Name: Troy

Question: I read an article about anti-hair loss ingredients that are used in shampoos like saw palmetto and pumpkin seed oil. Do these work? I have thinning hair mostly around my crown and want to use the best shampoo to grow my hair back.

Washing Hair - Shampoo - Scalp - DandruffAnswer: Hi, Troy. There are a lot of products marketed as helping hair loss that aren’t actually as effective as the claims may suggest.

This was confirmed through research by UK consumer rights organisation Which? who investigated the efficacy of shampoo for thinning hair from a range of brands and evaluated it against the marketing claims each made.

There are a number of natural hair loss remedies that are believed to help inhibit the DHT which causes hair thinning in cases of male pattern baldness due to an inherited sensitivity towards this hormone. These include saw palmetto, soy isoflavones, pumpkin seed oil and green tea. The extent to which these herbs and ingredients can help genetic hairloss is yet to be conclusively proven through reliable, widespread clinical studies. Tests that have been done have generally been carried out using orally administered formulas. We do, in fact, include saw palmetto in Belgravia’s hair growth booster food supplement, Hair Vitalics to compliment pharmaceutical hair loss treatment.

When they are used in a shampoo formulation, it is unlikely that they will have any meaningful benefits. The reason for this is that, when you wash your hair, shampoo is simply applied to the scalp, massaged in and rinsed away, meaning there is no time for the diluted ingredients to be absorbed by the scalp. The ingredients in shampoos are not meant to absorb into the scalp – if they did, your scalp would be absorbing a lot of detergent as well as anything of any potential benefit! Shampoo is widely regarded as an inefficient method of delivering hair loss medication, which is why the only clinically-proven topical hair loss treatment, minoxidil, is not available in this format.

If you are concerned about a thinning crown, there are effective treatment courses available that can be personalised to your your precise needs and can be used alongside the shampoo of your choosing. Here at Belgravia we often recommend men with this predicament follow a course containing recommended formulations of high strength minoxidil to promote regrowth, alongside the daily oral DHT-blocker, finasteride 1mg, and additional hair growth boosters, as appropriate. As you can see from our Success Stories gallery, if followed properly, this approach can often produce impressive results.


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American megastar Katy Perry turned up on the Ellen show last week with a striking new look that was partly inspired, she says, by hair loss.

The Chained To The Rhythm singer appeared on the show sporting a hairstyle very much like that of presenter Ellen DeGeneres. “I went to the hairstylist the other day and I said, ‘I want the Ellen,’ and I got it!” joked Perry, whose short, spiky crop is quite the contrast to the longer, elaborate styles for which she is better known.

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Despite her crop, Perry does still wear hair extensions on occasion, as shown in this snap

“I did it about a month ago,” Perry revealed. “I don’t know if you’ve ever dyed your hair too blonde, but sometimes your hair falls out when you go too blonde so that’s the way I handled it. At first this was just to salvage my hair and then I was like, ‘I really believe that the universe has a plan for this.’”

Wider parting than usual

Speculation regarding Katy Perry’s hair thinning first started two years ago following photographs published in the media that appeared to show the then-30-year-old with a wider parting than usual. Like many celebrities in the spotlight, Perry has spent much of her career sporting wild and wonderful looks that can only have put her scalp through the wringer.

It was noted at the time that as well as using multiple dyes and bleaches – which are not necessarily a problem if handled with care and high-quality products are used – Perry had frequently dabbled with hair extensions and hair pieces. These were used on a far more regular basis than most people would generally wear them, due to her being on tour and the wigs and additions being part of her show wardrobe. When attached to existing hair, it is extremely easy for these types of accessories to place undue stress on the hair follicles, and when left in for prolonged periods or attached and detached harshly, these can cause damage, breakage and even literally yank the hair out. Continues below…

Hair loss caused by hair extensions – and also from very tight hairstyles such as Katy’s once signature high ponytail – is known as Traction Alopecia. Similarly, excessive heat styling and use of chemicals, including hair bleach, on the scalp can lead to the condition, too. This is something Lady Gaga has spoken openly about experiencing and nicknamed the ‘chemical haircut’.

Luckily, Traction Alopecia treatment can be effective if damage is not too pronounced. The best way to help a scalp that has been damaged in this way is to choose a less punishing hairstyle so that recovery can begin. Whilst this appears to be Perry’s choice and despite her short crop, her Instagram account shows that the singer does still wear hair extensions on occasion.

Katy Perry thinning hair

Katy’s hair thinning was obvious in her Rise artwork

Photos of her new look and her previous dark-haired look – which can also be seen here – suggest that her hair was weakened by a brutal styling regime, but that her hair thinning could be down to a separate hair loss condition. After all, it is entirely common, especially in women, to have more than one hair loss condition concurrently.

Hair weakened by dye

It is difficult to know exactly what caused her hairloss without examining her. However, the pattern of thinning Katy Perry demonstrates in candid photographs, where she does not appear to have used any filler fibres or other concealing products, is consistent with both Traction Alopecia and female pattern hair loss.

Given Perry’s father is bald it would appear hereditary hair loss runs in her family and is therefore a consideration when making a diagnosis.

This common genetic condition only affects the top of the head and is the women’s equivalent of male pattern baldness, though it does not display in the same way. For instance, whilst men may experience a receding hairline and/or hair thinning that can lead to eventual baldness, women tend to sustain a more generalised thinning. This causes a drop in hair density and diffuse thinning across the top of the scalp and rarely leads to baldness.

Women often first notice signs of hair loss from this condition when they find their parting looks wider than normal, their ponytail isn’t as thick as it used to be, or the hair around their temples becomes sparser. Luckily, for those who despair at these signs, there are effective, clinically-proven solutions for preventing further shedding and promoting hair growth in these cases, so it is a highly manageable condition.

At Belgravia, clients with female pattern hair loss often see significant improvements to their thinning hair whilst following a personalised women’s hair loss treatment course, examples of which can be seen in our Success Stories gallery. By combining recommended formulations of the topical medication high strength minoxidil, with appropriate hair growth boosters – from handheld LLLT devices that can be used at home (or on tour!) to food supplements – it can be possible for clients to see encouraging improvements to both the condition of their hair and to their hair loss condition(s).


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Fleur, pictured, is very happy with her progress to date and an increased hair density in the affected area can be seen in her photoscans.

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Alopecia Universalis child hair loss children kids alopecia areataName: Ann

Question:  I have a problem with my son. 4 years ago he had alopecia universalis. My son didn’t suffer before from nothing. In the first moment that happened this he had high leucocitose (11), euzinofili and deficiencies of vitamin D. One year after his alopecia I made a cure with prednisolon 10 mg in the day, 5 mg methotrexat in a week and 5 mg folsan. The hair turned totally back for 3 months. When we decided to reduce the amount of this cure, it restarted the same situation. One year after we decided to remake another time the same cure. It was the same situation. May I hope in miracle?

Answer: Hi, Ann. The type of hair loss you say your young son is affected by is autoimmune in nature. It is an enigmatic condition which can come and go of its own accord, though if or when the sudden hair fall or spontaneous regrowth will occur is unable to be predicted.

Affecting the whole body from head to toe, Alopecia Universalis is the most severe form of a group of autoimmune hair loss conditions known as Alopecia Areata. Whilst there are effective alopecia areata treatment options available to those aged 16 years and over with the patchy, scalp-only form of this condition, there is currently no truly compelling treatment for alopecia universalis.

We do not treat Alopecia Universalis here at Belgravia for this very reason. We also do not treat hair loss in children who are under 16 years of age.

Various studies have linked vitamin D to alopecia areata although there is no conclusive, overwhelming evidence yet to prove these links yet, especially when it comes to children.

We would advise you to discuss these concerns plus any dietary changes, or home remedies you are trying or wish to try, with your son’s doctor first. It is highly inadvisable and dangerous to make your own ‘cure’ using medications so we do strongly suggest you take this approach to ensure your son’s safety and well-being. Hair loss charities such as Alopecia UK can also provide additional assistance and information, including peer support.


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The Belgravia Centre is the leader in hair loss treatment in the UK, with two clinics based in Central London. If you are worried about hair loss you can arrange a free consultation with a hair loss expert or complete our Online Consultation Form from anywhere in the UK or the rest of the world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which are the largest collection of such success stories in the world and demonstrate the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time for our hair loss helpline or to arrange a free consultation.


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26 May

Woman Develops Traction Alopecia Hair Loss From Hair Extensions

An Australian woman who wanted to give her hair a boost with some salon-fitted extensions has discovered that hair loss may sometimes arise as a result of this kind of styling. According to the Daily Mail, Jenny Fleming of Sydney had dreams of “luscious flowing locks” and made an appointment at a hair extension specialist in the west […]

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25 May

Success Story Alert! New Male Hair Loss Treatment Entry

A new entry has just been added to Belgravia’s Male Hair Loss Treatment Success Stories gallery. Mr Rahman is seeing lots of new growth in the areas affected by his hereditary hair loss condition. Find out what he had to say and see his regrowth results close up, or find out more about treating Male Pattern Baldness by clicking […]

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25 May

Study to Investigate Alopecia Areata and Eye Health Issue Links

Researchers in Egypt are to begin a two-year study to try and obtain conclusive results that show a correlation between eye disease and Alopecia Areata, the autoimmune disorder that leads to sudden, patchy hair loss. A team at the country’s Assiut University has announced that it will test the eye health of people with Alopecia […]

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