Main Causes behind Hair Loss in Women?


Androgenetic alopecia is the most common cause of hair loss problem in both men and women which are also known as pattern baldness. However, the thinning of hair in women is different from male pattern baldness. In women pattern baldness, front hairline remains unaffected unless it is the normal recession that comes in everyone’s life as the time passes.

Basically, Androgenetic alopecia happens because of Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) that is derived from male hormone. As the level of DHT is more in men than you can they are more likely to have male pattern baldness.

Some other common causes of hair loss in Women

  1. Telogen effluvium is just a form of hair loss that occurs when the body is under extreme stress. Stress can be due to childbirth, malnutrition or it can be because of major surgery. This condition involves the directly shifting from hair growth phase or resting hair follicle phase to telogen phase or hair shedding phase.Then condition can be due to the deficiency of iron or change in the medication. This condition occurs mostly in women because of menstruation or taking medications in order to have birth control.
  1. Traction alopecia is another cause of hair loss problem. It occurs in women only because of tight hair stylings such as braids, tight ponytails and hair extensions. This kind of problem is mostly seen in African-American people.

Hair loss is a situation of devastating that lowers one’s self-esteem and has a negative impact on overall women’s quality life. But the best option that you can have is hair transplant in Mohali. With this, you can get you the beauty of hair back that helps in enhancement in your confidence.


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