Why women have hair loss?
By: Christina M. Mascarenhas The hair loss you see on your face and body is caused by many factors, but there are a few that are most likely contributing to your scalp hair loss.
The majority of hair loss comes from stress.
Stress is the main reason that hair loss occurs.
Stress can also be caused by your diet, stress, medications, stress-related illnesses, and other factors.
Stress-related conditions such as anxiety and depression are all associated with increased risk of hair follicle and hair loss, and also the symptoms of these conditions, such as dryness, loss of hair, and loss of texture.
There are also a few other factors that can lead to hair loss: having a condition that reduces your hair growth or a condition called polyps.
Polyps are microscopic hair growths that occur in the scalp.
Polyp removal is a major procedure used to treat hair loss if you suffer from any of the above mentioned conditions.
Hair loss in your scalp can also result from a condition known as hyperpigmentation.
A condition called hyperpidermal necrolysis is an extremely rare condition that is also associated with hair loss and can result in the hair on your scalp becoming thicker.
Other common causes of hair growth include excessive sweating, the use of medication to treat depression, and hormonal imbalances.
Other conditions that can increase your risk of scalp hair growth are: smoking , alcohol abuse, obesity, and the use and misuse of steroids.
The risk of baldness and/or loss of scalp hairs is a result of hormonal imbalance, and can occur at any age, as well.
A person’s genetic makeup plays a role in their risk of developing hair loss due to their hair type, and some people are at increased risk due to genetics.
Hair growth occurs in the head and scalp, and this can cause hair loss of the face, eyebrows, and/ or scalp, which can result from hair loss from any cause.
Hair Loss is a common condition, but it’s not a disease, so the treatments you choose to treat your hair loss are important.
Here are some tips on managing hair loss for men and women, and hair and scalp care for women: Avoid heavy drinking.
Hair and scalp loss is a frequent cause of hair problems.
If you do not have a hair loss problem, don’t binge on alcohol.
Be aware that alcohol can increase hair loss risk.
Take some of your medication and be sure to keep your medications off of your skin.
If your scalp is oily, your scalp will need to be treated.
Hair is a barrier to water, so it can be difficult to remove water from your scalp.
Use a gel to apply to your hair to reduce water retention.
Avoid over-the-counter hair care products.
Use products that are only used by professionals, such to treat burns, acne, or hair loss as well as other types of hair disorders, such hair loss related skin disorders, hair loss-related acne, hair reduction surgery, and more.
Avoid heavy makeup use.
Avoid wearing makeup that is too heavy, too shiny, or that can irritate your skin, especially if it has a metallic or glittery finish.
Avoid the use, application, and removal of cosmetics with a metallic finish.
Hair products that contain titanium dioxide, a heavy metal that is used in certain cosmetic products, can increase the risk of damage to your skin and/