Causes Of Women’s Hair Loss
Understanding Your Options
Many women spend time thinking about their hair—how to cut it, how to color it, how to style it. One thing most women don’t think about is losing it. That’s because hair loss has traditionally been associated with men. Baldness is a “guys’ thing,” not something that women need to seriously worry about. The truth, though, is that more than 30 million women struggle with hair loss—and that’s in the United States alone.
The prospect of losing your hair can be deeply painful and emotional. The good news is that it does not have to be permanent. There are many solutions available for dealing with hair loss, and at MHN Hair Restoration we can offer women the solutions that fit their needs. The first step is to join us in our studio for a consultation. You’ll find our newly renovated space to be welcoming and confidential; you’ll discover our stylists to be kind, friendly, and professional. We can walk you through some of the options available to you and help you determine your next step.
Reasons For Hair Loss
Disease And Medical Treatment
There are other, nonendocrine conditions that may also factor into a woman’s hair loss. A partial list includes inflammatory bowel diseases of different kinds, yeast infections, kidney failure, Lupus, and of course, cancer. The treatment for cancer, including radiation and chemotherapies, can cause hair loss, as can various other medical conditions that tax the physical body—surgery, weight gain, weight loss, high fever, or any prolonged period of trauma or illness.