Top 3 reasons for hair loss & thinning in women.
Updated: Jul 20, 2020
OMG ! you're able to see your #scalp! .
Did you touch the crown of your head and feel a #bladspot .
I know the feeling. At the age of 23 I started noticing my #hairline receding. The middle part which was my favourite, and my style signature no longer suited me. Once a guy had the audacity to ask if I had used a razor to deepen the wideness of my middle part! That day I cried like a baby. Took me back to the years of insecurity in grade school. So as a maniac that I am, I dove into the world of #hairloss. Not only did I try everything out there, I also saw a dermatologist. Those who specialise in scalp and health of the hair. SO here is the REAL REASONS why your hair is thinning and falling.
Hereditary hair loss (AGA) starts with a progressive shortening of the hair’s growth cycle and a gradual shrinking of your hair follicles so they eventually no longer produce new hair and lead to a general thinning of hair.
YOUR MOM / DAD IS BALD THEREFORE YOU ARE PREDISPOSED TO BE BALD .
2. Stress, Diet, Hormonal Imbalance:
Non-hereditary temporary hair loss, telogen effluvium, happens when stress, diet, hormonal imbalance, or a traumatic event causes hair follicles to remain in a resting state, increasing shedding and temporarily thinning hair.
YOUR DIET AND LIFESTYLE ARE TOO HECTIC . SLOW DOWN & YOUR HAIR WILL THRIVE !
3. Auto Immune Disorder:
Another type of non-hereditary hair loss is alopecia areata, an auto-immune disorder that causes defined patches or complete hair loss that may happen rapidly. If you experience this type of thinning hair, consult your doctor.
An autoimmune disease is a condition in which your immune system mistakenly attacks your body.