Hair loss in women usually has a negative impact on their quality of life because hair is part of a woman’s image, her way of being and the way she feels.
The most common types of hair loss in women are:
Effluviums are one of the most common hair loss conditions in women. This type of hair loss is reversible. Depending on the hair cycle stage affected and the triggering or stressful effect suffered, effluviums can be divided into telogen and anagen effluvium.
Effluviums usually begin between one month and four months after the triggering factor, so it can be difficult to associate the effluvium with a cause. Factors such as stress, poor diet, medical treatments or the time just after childbirth can trigger effluviums.
Androgenetic hair loss is caused by increased activity of dehydrotestosterone (DHT), a sex hormone present in both men and women. A woman with bald parents and grandparents is highly likely to suffer from thinning hair by the age of 50, coinciding with female hormone depletion. Androgenetic alopecia in women usually begins in the central area of the head.
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