While hair loss is seemingly a major problem for men, studies show that women also struggle with hair loss or thinning.
Most women in their 50s or 60s lose their hair for a variety of reasons. However, hair loss in women can occur at any age.
Statistically, 50 to 100 lost hairs in a day is considered normal. This amount is neither noticeable nor visible because the hair that has fallen out is being replaced by new hair on a regular basis . However, if the cycle of hair growth is disturbed for any reason, hair loss or thinning will become noticeable. Likewise, if a hair follicles are damaged in an accident, hair loss will be inevitable.
While the specific causes of hair loss are not fully understood, there are some indicators that may be associated with it. Stress, heredity, hormonal changes, medical diseases, medications, cosmetics, etc. can cause hair loss as well as thinning for women.