1. Physical and emotional stress
Physical traumas, for example, because of an accident or illness, and emotional stress are often causes of hair loss. In this case, no treatment is usually necessary since in most cases it is resolved with the passage of time.
Hair loss related to pregnancy is very common after the birth of the baby, due to hormonal changes. It is considered normal and the hair returns to its natural form after a few months.
3. An excess of vitamins
Taking an excess of vitamin supplements can cause hair to fall out. Excessive consumption of some, such as vitamin A, can cause some hair disorders, among which is hair loss.
To solve the problem, it is enough to stop the consumption of vitamin A and the body will recover normally.
4. Lack of protein
If there is not enough protein in your diet, the body to save its use, reduces hair production. This usually occurs 2 to 3 months after the reduction of protein intake.
Solving this problem is as simple as including high-protein foods in your diet, such as fish, meat and eggs.
The so-called androgenic alopecia (AGA) is the female manifestation of baldness common in men, which is inherited through the genes of the father. In such cases, the use of medication usually helps.
As in the case of hormones in pregnancy, changing the contraceptive pill (or stopping it) can also cause hair loss. The hormonal changes of menopause can also have the same effect.
In such cases, it is best to talk with your gynecologist about the best contraceptive method for you or about the specific hormonal treatments you may need.
1 in 10 women aged 20 to 50 suffer from iron deficiency anemia. This is a common cause of hair loss and quite easy to solve. With an analytical you can detect the problem, and simply taking iron supplements will slow down the fall.
When the thyroid gland is not secreting enough hormones (hypothyroidism), it can contribute to hair loss. In these cases, the doctor can perform tests to detect it, and prescribe the appropriate medication.
9. Vitamin B deficiency
Although not the most common, vitamin B deficiency may be the cause. The problem can be solved with vitamin B supplements and changes in diet. This vitamin can be found in fish, meat, vegetables …
10. Autoimmune system
Alopecia areata is a health problem that causes circular areas of hair loss that can lead to total baldness.
It is usually caused by an exaggerated body autoimmune response. The immune system sees hair as a foreign body and mistakenly attacks and destroys healthy body tissue.
Other autoimmune diseases such as lupus may also be the cause. Steroid injections are used to fix it, but the course of recovery is unpredictable.