The most common cause of hair loss is genetic. The medical name for hereditary hair loss is androgenic alopecia.
Causes of hair loss
Suffering from sudden hair loss or seeing your natural hair growth thinned out is experienced by most people as very difficult.
Hair loss has many different underlying causes – genetics, diet, psychological or physical trauma, diseases or various medications.
In the vast majority of cases, a suitable solution exists.
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What causes hair loss?
Losing hair normally occurs in several stages over a long period of time. However, if the hair loss is caused by a disease, it can happen very quickly.
As we get older, there is a gradual change in the hair follicle. The hair follicle shrinks and the production of hair strands is reduced. Eventually, the hair follicle becomes so stunted that hair strands fall off.
At the same time, the anagen growth phase (lifespan of the hair strand) becomes shorter with age. When we are younger, the growth phase is between 2-10 years.
In older people, this phase is shorter. This means that a strand of hair does not grow as long before it falls off, leading to thinning hair and hair loss.
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