The Causes Of Acne

March 27th, 2021 by nathan Leave a reply »

Exactly why some people suffer from acne and others don’t, still is not known. He is known to have great influence the hereditary part. But even so may not be treated as the sole causal genetics of acne. There are several factors that it is known that it is linked to acne: hormonal activity, (such as menstrual cycles and puberty). Stress, (through increased production of hormones of the adrenal gland). Overactivity of the sebaceous glands (secondary to the three sources of the previous hormone). The accumulation of dead skin cells.

The bacteria in the pores, (to which the body becomes allergic). Irritation of the skin or scratches of any kind (eston activate inflammation). The use of anabolic steroids. Any medication containing halogens (iodides, chlorides, bromides), lithium, barbiturates or androgens. Exposure to high levels of compounds of chlorine, especially chlorinated dioxins, can cause severe acne, of long duration, known as chloracne. Traditionally, attention has focused mainly on hormone boosts the over-production of sebum as the main factor that contributes to acne.

More recently, attention to the narrowing of the follicular canal as second contributing factor has turned to produce acne. The abnormal shedding of the cells lining the follicle, causes the hyperkeratinized inside the follicle and the retention of water in the skin. This causes an inflammation of the skin, this will generate way exerts pressure to closed follicles and acne appears. Several hormones have been linked to acne: male hormones sulfate testosterone, dihydrotestosterone (DHT) and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEAS), as well as growth factor 1 (IGF-I) insulin. novelty in the tireless studies to determine the actual causes of acne, has established that, acne-prone skin, it is resistant to insulin. The development of acne vulgaris, in the recent years is rare, although this is the ideal to trigger in rosacea, group that can look similar to acne. Rosacea is characterized by a redness in the skin, and the affected area may present small grouped Granites. It is true that acne vulgaris in older adults, may be a feature of an underlying condition like pregnancy and disorders such as polycystic ovary syndrome or Cushing’s syndrome, although it is rare, these disorders have been checked.


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