What Is The Cause Of Hairloss Among Women? Does An Oily Scalp/ Hair Contribute To Hairloss?

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Dipa Suresh Profile
Dipa Suresh answered
Today, most unfortunately, more and more women have started to suffer from hair loss and balding, a problem that was completely associated with middle aged and pot bellied men in the past.
Experts say that they have started to treat patients suffering from hair loss, who are as young as fifteen or sixteen, a time when the girls are in their prime of life and health.
As you must be aware, hair grows at the rate of one half inch every month, and after a certain period of time, ranging from two to six years, it goes into a state of rest, after which it starts to fall out from the hair follicle. This all happens so that a new hair can start to grow from the same place, but for some women, androgens are present in abundance, and when this happens, the natural cycle gets interrupted, and a build up of dihydrotestosterone or DHT takes place. This causes the woman to lose hair.
Experts say that it is vital to maintain hygiene on one's scalp, and when your scalp is oily, it may well lead to the formation of dandruff, which in turn will lead to more hair loss. However, this in itself is not a cause for hair loss.
Julia Rachels Profile
Julia Rachels answered

A number of things can cause excessivehair loss. For example, about 3 or 4 months after an illness or a major surgery, you may suddenly lose a large amount of hair. This hair loss is related to the stress of the illness and is temporary.
Hormonal problems may cause hair loss. If your thyroid gland is overactive or underactive, your hair may fall out. This hair loss usually can be helped by treatmentthyroid disease. Hair loss may occur if male or female hormones, known as androgens and estrogens, are out of balance. Correcting the hormone imbalance may stop your hair loss.

Emma Smith Profile
Emma Smith answered

Most people will experience
hair loss in their lives. Oily hair most likely has nothing to do with it, but
it is hard to say. Some people will lose a lot more than others and it applies
to both women and men. Women who lose hair in their younger years could have
thyroid issues, which increases stress, and consequently depletes essential
vitamins and minerals. This alone could cause significant hair loss in women,
no matter their age.

Basically, some stress,
whether it is due to an illness or other not, has the potential to cause hair
loss in anyone. Hair loss is often much more dramatic and noticeable in men but
it can still be a disconcerting because it is hard to know the exact cause
without seeing a professional. Many people use special shampoos and treatments
to help stimulate regrowth and to prevent hair from falling out. Sample Hime or something similar and see if this helps.


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