Sunday, 30 July 2017

Dandruff Problem? Here Are The Main Causes of Dandruff

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What are the Main Causes of Dandruff?


At one time or another, dandruff has been blamed on dry skin,
oily skin, shampooing too often or not often enough, a poor diet,
stress, and the use of too many fancy styling products. Although some
of these factors may exacerbate or contribute to scalp flaking, the
real culprit may be a fat-eating, yeast-like fungus called Malassezia,
formerly known as pittosporum.




Malassezia lives on the scalps of most healthy adults without
causing problems. But sometimes it grows out of control, feeding on the
oils secreted by your hair follicles and causing irritation that leads
to increased cell turnover.


All skin cells die and are replaced by new cells. Normally, it
takes about a month for new cells to move from the lowest layer of your
skin, where they form, to the outermost layer, where they die and scale
off in flakes. Because cells renew themselves slowly, this process
usually isn't noticeable.


But on scalps where Malassezia thrives, the whole process can
take as little as 11 days. A result is a large number of dead skin
cells. As the cells fall off, they tend to clump together with oil from
your hair and scalp, making them appear white, flaky and all too
visible.


Exactly what causes an overgrowth of these organisms isn't
known, although increased oil production, hormonal fluctuations,
stress, illness, neurologic disorders such as Parkinson's disease, a
suppressed immune system, infrequent shampooing, extra sensitivity to
the Malassezia fungus and even heredity may contribute to the
development of dandruff.




Almost any adult is a candidate for dandruff, but certain
factors can make you more susceptible: 

Age.
Dandruff usually begins at puberty — about the same time as
acne. It's common throughout adolescence and young adulthood and peaks
around age 40. But older adults aren't immune, and for some people, the
problem can be lifelong.

Sex.
Because far more men than women have dandruff, some researchers think
male hormones may play a role in dandruff. Men also have larger
sebaceous glands that produce an oil called sebum.Oily hair and
scalp. Malassezia feeds on oils in your scalp. For that
reason, having excessively oily skin and hair makes you more prone to
dandruff.

Certain illnesses.
For reasons that aren't clear, adults with neurological diseases such
as Parkinson's disease are more likely to develop seborrheic dermatitis
and dandruff. So are people recovering from stressful conditions,
particularly heart attack and stroke, and those with immune systems
compromised by HIV infection or AIDS.