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Listed below are some of the most common causes of hair loss in women:
Hair loss is commonly seen in both sexes however, the conditions and causes can vary.
There are many myths surrounding hair loss and balding preventing people from seeking solutions.
On their product's effectiveness without side effects, Sayar Care CEO Zee Schwab explained how "I observed friends and family search for solutions for their hair loss, only to find barely effective solutions with disturbing side effects.
It is effective, but you may need to use it for at least four months before you see any results, and once you stop treatment, hair loss will resume.
According to researchers these weathers are 'associated' with greater hair loss.
Experiencing it needn't be something to be ashamed of - and there are steps you can take to soften the emotional blow that often comes with hair loss.
Funded by the Korean Ministry of Science, a team led by professor Choi Kang-yell has come up with a protein called CXXC-type zinc finger protein 5, which can bind the disheveled protein that triggers hair loss.
Many people believe hair loss is passed down from the mother's side - but while the X chromosome (which you get from your mother) is a key gene for baldness, it's not the only factor.
From the history of hair loss to medical treatments, psychological impacts and the variety of restorative treatments modalities, Gomez's latest book is the only source needed for those who are struggling with hair loss or anticipate the eventuality due to hereditary traits.
Thinning hair can be upsetting for anyone, but, for women, hair loss can be especially troubling.
And yet as many as half of all women over the age of 65 experience hair loss, and one in eight women suffering from alopecia are under the age of 35.