Women suffer hair on an genetic basis, too, but the female pattern tends to be more distributed, with less likelihood of the root and frontal hairline being lost. Although some women may attention hair thinning as early as their 20s, the step of hair loss tends to be gradual, often taking years to become distinct to others. There seems to be a normal physiologic thinning that comes with age and occurs in many women in their early to middle of 30s. More women have underlying causes of hair fall than men. These include treatable situations like anemia and thyroid disease and polycystic ovary syndrome. These conditions are diagnosed by blood tests along with a historical and physical evidence. Although a few studies have suggested that baldness may be inherited through the mother’s family genes, these theories require further testing. Current studies are uncertain.
While descriptions about hats choking off follicles or long hair pulling on the roots may be more folklore, repeat hair trauma like tightly woven hair pulled back and logical friction can potentially worsen or cause localized hair loss in some personal. Individuals who pull their hair tightly back in a rubber band can develop a localized hair loss at the front of the scalp.
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