Thinning hair can be the first
steps on the road to excessive hair loss and baldness. The earlier you try
something to help the more effective it will be. The big difference between men
and women is where their hair thinning occurs. Men's hair tends to thin out
around the hairline, at the back of the head, and at the crown; a woman’s hair
thinning is more spread out over the area between the bangs and the crown of the
head. This is why we hear men refer to "bald spots" and "receding hairlines,"
while women refer to "see-through" hair. Thinning can be caused by heredity,
trauma, hormonal changes, and other medical conditions a lot of women's
hair thinning is caused by a genetic condition called alopecia. Hair
Stimulator vitamins will help with thinning hair.
Reasons for Hair Thinning
3. Poor Diet
6. Post-partum Alopecia
It is completely normal to lose some hair – about 100
strands – every day as a part of the hair growth cycle. But if you feel your
hair is becoming thinner, there are a number of reasons why, including the
natural ageing process and hereditary hair loss. Women with thinning hair
often think it’s due to something they’ve done. Whereas, in fact, sustained
hair thinning in women is usually hereditary, so don’t blame yourself. It is
only occasionally that there may be other causes, such as illness, diet and
stress, which we’ll go through in this section. The important thing is for you
to get a proper diagnosis of your particular thinning hair by seeing your GP.
If you have thin hair, it means you physically have a small number of hair
follicles on your scalp. Blondes normally have the most hairs, around 140,000,
with redheads having fewer, around 90,000.
Although blondes have more hair follicles, the actual diameter of their hair
strands are normally smaller, making it appear ‘fine’. Hairs that are coarse
have wider, ‘thicker’ hairs.
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