Hair Loss and Women


The fact is that as many as two-thirds of all women experience hair loss at some point. Fortunately, hair loss in women typically does not result in complete baldness, as is often the case with men.

The magazine VeryWell has an excellent article about this problem.

Alopecia areata is an immune disease that affects almost 2% of the population in the United States. This type of hair loss appears in various degrees of severity — from small, round patches of hair loss that regrow without medical treatment, to chronic, extensive hair loss that can involve the loss of all hair on the scalp or body. If you would like to read more about the myths and facts about hair loss in women then visit the article.

2 Responses to “Hair Loss and Women”

  • Jamalh M.:

    My mother has been constantly losing hair, and me too! Do you think this is genetics? Or we eating some bad diet?

  • Carla Dee:

    Is this normal in teens to? I mean I’m 19 years old and hairs start falling like snow. Please advise.

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