You’ve noticed that your hair is thinning. Maybe you’re worried about how many more strands you find in your brush, in the drain, and on your clothes. You’ve asked yourself what’s causing the problem. Could it be a change in the weather? Is it stress? Or is it pregnancy or menopause?
Yes, it could be all of those things. Too much stress, hormonal imbalance, and switching climates can all make hair fall out faster than normal.
But that’s not all that can cause hair loss. Genetic hair loss affects women just as it does men. Also, some medications cause hair to fall out. The classic example is chemotherapy.
In addition, lack of essential nutrients will slow down hair production and weaken existing hair. This deficit could also result from stress, illness, or medication. The body could be unable to absorb vitamins and minerals properly.