Hair Loss

Hair Loss
Medical

Do Something About Your Hair Loss

Everyone loses hair, and it is normal to lose about 50 to 100 hairs every day. However, if you start to see bald patches or thinning on your head, you may be experiencing hair loss. It can affect just your scalp or your entire body. It is a concern for women, men, and children. Hair loss has many causes, it can be a result of stress, hormonal changes, medications, medical conditions, or heredity. Hereditary hair loss is the most common cause. Factors such as age, significant weight loss, diabetes, and lupus can increase your risk of hair loss. Hair loss has many different signs, depending on what’s causing it.

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