Heredity (Family History) Heredity or family history is the most common cause for hair fall. You may get the genes that cause hair fall from your mother’s or father’s side of the family. In this condition your hair turned to thin, soft and short. It is noticed that this problem may show symptoms in your 20’s also. Thyroid Disease Thyroid hormones play a major role whether it is heart rate, your mood, oxygen consumption rate, metabolism or growth of nail, skin and hair. Thyroid hormones should be in a balance state neither more nor less. You can have a blood.
Test to check the thyroid hormone level. The may prescribe the necessary medication to control the hormone level. PCOSPCOD Hormonal imbalance is the reason for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) or Polycystic Ovary Disease (PCOD). PCOS produces a lot of male hormones in women’s body. It causes infertility, miscarriage, irregular periods, cysts, hair growth on whole body but hair loss on scalp. You may consult the for PCOS treatment. Anemia (Iron Deficiency) Women who don’t take enough ironrich food are prone to Anemia. Some women have heavy periods or inadequate follic acid that cause.
Anemia. Anemia causes lack of Red Blood Cells(RBCs) and these RBCs carry Oxygen for cells throughout the body. When there is lack of oxygen to the hair follicles, hair becomes weak and hair fall increases. Pregnancy During pregnancy there is peak in the hormone estrogen that leads to heavy hair fall. You may become baldy during pregnancy but it is temporary. After child birth the hormone level comes to normal and hair growth starts. Lupus Lupus is an auto immune disease in which body’s own immune system attacks healthy tissues. Thinning hair is the very first symptom of.
Lupus. Hair loss is the result of inflammation of skin and scalp. Menopause There are heavy changes in the hormones level as a woman reaches to Meopause. Estrogen hormone is one of them. During that time Estrogen hormone level is low that leads to hair fall, if proper care is not taken. Lack of protein Our hair is made of Keratin protein. When we don’t have a proteinâ€“rich food, it depeletes from our body that leads to brittle hair and weak strands. As strands become weak they fall prematurely. This can happen about two to three months.
After a drop in protein intake Dramatic weight loss due to Dieting Dramatic weight loss due to dieting may become the reason for hair fall. As you may not have proper nutrients in your diet. This could happen even if the weight lossÂ is ultimately good for you. It’s possible that the weight loss itself is stressing your body or that not eating right can result in vitamin or mineral deficiencies. Loss of hair along with noticeable weight loss may also be a sign of an eating disorder such asÂ anorexiaÂ or bulimia. Excessive Styling Excessive styling in form of shampooing, dyeing.
And heat may become the reason for hair fall. Chemicals and heat weaken the hair, causing it to break and fall out.