Female Pattern Baldness

Female Hair Loss

Female Pattern Baldness (Female Hair Loss)

As women get older, their slowing metabolisms can make it harder and harder to stay thin. But the one thing that seems to get thinner without much effort is something they wish didn’t was their hair. Ironic, isn’t it?

What happens with female pattern baldness is that over time the hair follicle shrinks. It eventually stops growing new hair. Moreover, the part in your hair may get wider or your ponytail may lose its bulk. Maybe there’s an unusually large amount of hair on your pillow when you wake. Or there’s a lot in the comb or brush, even though you brushed softly and without tugging. This type of hair loss usually begins in midlife but can begin earlier.

Why does it happen? Although the reasons are not well understood. It may be related to such things as aging, changes in hormone levels (specifically the male hormone androgen) or a family history of male or female pattern baldness.

Diagnosis is usually based on your medical history. It rules out other causes of hair loss (like thyroid problems or recent surgery). It also diagnosis the actual appearance and pattern of hair loss. Sadly, there’s no way to prevent it. However, there is a way to treat it contact Rejuva Aestheica now.