Compared to men, women are much less likely to suffer from hair loss.
The cause of hair loss cannot necessarily be determined as the only cause. However, it is well known that male hormones have a strong influence.
Women naturally have lower levels of male hormones than men. Therefore, they are less likely to suffer from hair loss.
Hair loss in women, what causes it?
One of the most common causes of hair loss in women is stress. While this is common to male hair loss as well, stress causes a significant downward spiral in female hormone levels.
Another cause of hair loss that is unique to women is “hair damage”. This is especially common in those who repeatedly perm or bleach their hair. The hair itself becomes thinner and weaker, making hair breakage more likely to occur.
Furthermore, environmental changes such as childbirth can also cause hair loss.
First, go to the hospital. What are the advantages of going to the hospital?
The major measure to deal with severe hair loss would be to use hair growth products and shampoos for thinning hair. However, there is something you should do before this.
That is to “go to a hospital.
As mentioned above, there are several causes of thinning hair. However, we do not know which one is the cause. Therefore, it is important to go to a hospital for a checkup and have a doctor look at your hair from his/her point of view.
In addition, having a doctor examine you and listen to your concerns can relieve anxiety and help relieve stress.
What about those who are embarrassed to be treated in a hospital?
However, some people think that going to a hospital is too challenging. But don’t worry.
Today, “clinics specializing in thinning hair” are opening all over Japan. There is no need to wait for your turn to see a doctor with ordinary patients; only people who have the same problem as you are in the examination room. The doctors are also very knowledgeable about thinning hair and take it seriously.
There are two types of thinning hair: progressive thinning and temporary thinning. If it is the latter, it may subside with lifestyle changes and the passage of time, but it is still better to visit a hospital. We don’t know if it is temporary or a progressive type of thinning.