Thinning Hair Women
Hair Thinning can be early signs of minor to moderate hair loss. Thinning hair doesn’t cause baldness however it may give the appearance of thinner spots of hair on your head. Thinning hair may be caused by lifestyle habits, genetics, or both. Certain medical conditions may also lead to thinning hair. According to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), it’s normal to lose 50 to 100 hairs per day. However, if this exceeds the normal hair fall rate then it’s an alarming sign of hair loss.
Which lifestyle habits can cause hair thinning?
Lifestyle habits are a key contributor to thinning hair. These include:
~ Over-treating your hair.
This includes color treatments, perms, relaxers, and more. Using harsh hair products, such as extreme-hold hair sprays and gels. Temporary color can also be harsh for your hair.
~ Wearing your hair up too tightly.
Whether you’re wearing an up-do or pulling your hair up in a ponytail for working out, this can tug on your hair and break it from the follicles, causing thin spots over time.
~ Mineral Deficiency
Not getting enough iron, folic acid, and other minerals in your diet. These all help follicles produce hair naturally.
~ Experiencing uncontrolled stress.
Stress is related to an uptick in hormones like cortisol. Too many stress hormones may kill off new hairs that are trying to grow from the hair follicles.
Thinning hair may also be hereditary. Underlying medical considerations can also lead to this condition. Hair thinning starts gradually and before it starts happening in all the areas, you can get it diagnosed early and treat the causes.
Figure out the best treatment measures from the hair expert Dr. Surjeet Kaur Bava and her team of professionals at UltraSlim Clinic. Book appointment to get the best diagnosis and treatment at UltraSlim Clinic.