Womens hair loss
The following are the most common causes of temporary hair loss in women:
- Starting or stopping birth control.
- Pregnancy and the postpartum period.
- Changes in hormone levels or thyroid imbalances.
- Traumatic events such as the loss of a family member.
- Crash dieting, chronic nutritional deprivation, alcoholism, zinc or iron deficiency. Systemic Illness: Conditions such as Crohn’s or hepatic disease, syphilis, lymphoproliferative disorders and inflammatory bowel disease.
- Medications: A large number of drugs have been reported to cause, or possibly cause, diffuse alopecia.
- Age: Hair loss in women, as in men, can simply occur as part of the normal ageing process.
Being 24 years old and having 60% less hair than my grandfather was starting to annoy me. My last four birthdays were more like turning 50, 51, 52 and 53, instead of turning 20, 21, 22, and 23… Ha, Ha! You can see where I am going with this; ultimately I’d had enough of not having the youthful good looks I had as a 17-18 year old. Silly attempts at covering the baldness made me look like a fool. From the friendly staff to the amazing head and neck massages, this place is like one of those day spas the ladies rave about. What I have regrown in the first six months will be the building blocks for what I hope will be a decent head of hair for my wedding. I am happy so far with what I have regrown, but the icing on the cake will be when I’m able to spike it into one of those metro sexual Mohawks all the ladies love.
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