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Hair loss in women is a stressful situation that can include a self-esteem issue and depression, which in itself could contribute to female hair loss.

It could be something as simple as changing the shampoo you're using, or changing your diet and working on a fitness routine.

Normal hair growth depends on a lot of factors including good blood circulation to the scalp and healthy hair follicles.

Female hair loss can also be attributed to:


Illness

Surgery

Hormonal Imbalance

Over or Underactive Thyroid

Medicines to Treat Heart Problems, High Blood Pressure, Depression, Birth Control, Blood Thinners etc.

Hairstyles and treatments can also be a factor in female hair loss.

Such as: 

Corn Rows

Tight Pigtails

Tight Weaves

Chemicals used in permanents and hot oil treatments can contribute to hair loss.

Diseases like lupus, diabetes or some other health condition could be factors in female hair loss.

Therefore contacting a qualified health professional for an informed diagnosis should be your first step in dealing with a hair loss problem. They can get you started on the proper protocol to get your situation under control.     

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With great compassion, the authors, Thompson and Shapiro explain how hair loss can profoundly affect a person's quality of life. They discuss what it means to be diagnosed with alopecia areata, and provide medically reliable information on the latest research, diagnosis, and treatment options. They discuss the physical and psychological adjustments and offer practical strategies for living with alopecia areata.

Alopecia Areata: Understanding and Coping with Hair Loss is a sensitive yet straightforward guide to the diagnosis and treatment of this poorly understood disease.