Thinning hair –


  • It makes you look old

  • Affects Self-Esteem         

  • Destroy your self-confidence

  • Ruin your looks


Getting to the root cause of hair thinning helps in correcting the problem. 


Here are the five most common causes of thinning hair.


#1 Genetics

Blame your genes. The first and the most common reason for your hair fall is your Genetics. The thinning in this case is known as Androgenic Alopecia and commonly male pattern baldness and female pattern hair loss.


If you notice a receding hairline and your hair becomes thinner (typically around the crown), it may be because of your genetic disorder. 


#2 Hormonal changes

Puberty, medication, long term aliens can affect your hormonal balance. And these hormones are equally responsible for thinning hair as your genetics are. 
Thyroid and menopause are two stages in life where poeple face hair thinning problems.
The hormone released by your problematic thyroid gland can affect the normal production of your hair at its root.
It’s been found that thyroid problems trigger autoimmune disorders that directly impact hair productivity and cause alopecia. 
Likewise, women hitting menopause may also face hair thinning; a female body stops making estrogen and progesterone during the phase. The two important sex hormones regulate sexual health and keep hair intact to the scalp of a woman. 
Their absence will result in slower hair growth and thinning spots. 


#3 Medications and Supplements

You take medications and supplements to treat illnesses and support your body. Although there are many benefits to taking them, they can also thin hair. 
Medications, supplements, and other treatments like radiation therapy lead to two types of hair loss: telogen effluvium and anagen effluvium. 
Telogen effluvium occurs when the drug forces your hair follicle into the telogen phase of development much earlier than it should. This phase is when your normally fully-grown hair falls out, and the hair growth process begins again. You’ll notice this type of hair loss within two to four months of taking the medications. 
Anagen effluvium is much more aggressive because it attacks the hair while still growing. As a result, the hair cannot develop normally and falls out. This hair loss takes effect quicker than telogen effluvium and will typically present after a few days or weeks. 
All sorts of medications, from birth control and acne medications to cancer and cholesterol drugs, can negatively affect your hair. 


#4 Stressful events

Major surgeries,  malnutrition, Childbirth, severe infections, or chronic stress can damage your hair. Your body Perceiving the danger shifts the gear and repositions hair to its shedding stage from the early growing stage as a reactive response. 
This phenomenon is called telogen effluvium. Stress-related hair thinning starts six weeks to three months after a stressful event. 

#5 Hairstyles and treatments

Sometimes you are responsible for your hair loss. For example, making hairstyles that tightly pull your hair like ponytails, pigtails result in traction alopecia ( a type of hair loss). Other permanent or hot-oil hair treatments can have similar effects. In addition, pulling and treating your hair time-n-time may cause scarring, which leads to permanent hair loss. 


Treating your thinning hair

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