Hair loss affects both men and women. In addition to hair fall, this problem results in drastic hair thinning right from the roots.
- Lack of nutrients
- Hormonal Balances
Diagnosis and Treatment
You will most likely have a physical exam and discuss your medical history, diet, and hair care routine before your doctor makes a diagnosis. Hair loss is treatable in some cases. Hair loss might be reversed, or at least slowed down. In some cases, like patchy hair loss (alopecia areata), hair will regrow on its own within a year. Medication and surgery may be used to treat hair loss.
If you want to feel better about how you look, you might want to try various hair care methods. Choose a hairstyle that minimizes the appearance of a widening part, for example, by using styling products that add volume. You might also try wearing hair extensions or wearing a wig. You can discuss this with your hairstylist. Both permanent and temporary hair loss can be treated with these approaches.