Hair Loss – Thinning
Most women suffer excessive hair loss and hair thinning at some time in their lives. Often it follows child-birth and occasionally an illness. Stress can induce hair loss as can dieting or a poor diet/ nutrition generally.
Changes in the hormone levels in the body causes some thinning of the hair in more than half of all women in this country and still more have hair loss in the form of breakage due to the use of poor quality hair products.
In many cases it is temporary and the hair will grow back normally without, any help. In others, however, the excessive hair fall, if not treated, will lead to permanent baldness.
So it is vital that the cause of the problem is discovered and the disorder corrected.
Find out more about specific causes by exploring the links below: