Hair loss, also known as alopecia can affect the way we look and feel and can occur in both men and women for a variety of reasons. Thinning or balding may be the result of hormonal changes in the body, a medical condition, specific medications, an inherited condition, or as a normal course of aging. Other lifestyle factors including stress, smoking, and poor nutrition can sometimes affect the loss of hair as well. While both males and females will experience alopecia their patterns of hair loss will be different.
Fortunately, both male and female patterned baldness can be treated through a number of pharmaceutical and natural treatment options available to stop or slow the hair loss process and support new hair growth.
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