The reason behind scalp pain is due to one of the following reasons:
Life practices: and among them; certain hairstyles, wearing headbands or helmets, and continuous or incorrect use of hair products such as; dye, using hair dryers or ironing tools and wrapped hair. Rub or use a hairbrush while wet so that the hair follicles will be broken. It should be noted that there are other factors that may cause scalp pain, such as; sunburn, insect bites, and acne.
Folliculitis: is caused by follicles, viruses, or fungal infections in the follicles or follicles. The inflammation appears as a red pimple that causes pain in the scalp and may contain a white head and scales.
Alopecia: There are several forms of alopecia hair loss, including Alopecia. Alopecia areata that causes pain in the scalp as a result of hair follicles falling in the form of circular groups of the scalp, which results in the emergence of empty patches of hair in the scalp, and there is the total alopecia which includes the loss of all hair of the head.
Occipital neuralgia: Occipital Neuralgia is a type of headache, which affects sensory nerves that extend from the upper part of the neck to the back of the head, and pain appears as a pulse, soreness, burning, or severe stabbing pain It can appear on one or both sides of the head, and pain can also move from its position to the side of the head, or forward to the forehead. In fact, occipital neuralgia can be accompanied by other headache symptoms such as; Sensitivity to light, sensitivity to sound, and scalp pain, and the person may experience an increase in pain when moving the neck.
Head lice: Infection of head hair with small lice insects leads to severe itching of the scalp, which may result in painful skin ulcers on the scalp, usually lice eggs are associated with the body of the hair, It should be noted that lice are highly contagious and can remain on the scalp for up to 30 days, while eggs can live longer.
Dermatitis: Dermatitis is a common condition that includes the appearance of a rash, itching, and swelling of the skin, in addition to the possibility of blisters and scales. The cause of these symptoms is often caused by the contact of the skin of the scalp with certain substances such as; Minerals, soaps, poison ivy, cosmetics, some hair cleaners, and hair products.