There are so many different reasons why women will lose hair or become very thin. The culprits that women most often identify with are stress, hormonal changes, and chemicals placed on the hair.
Stress: We do it all and at the same time too-work, school, mother, wife, sister, daughter, friend, and let's just end the list there because it could be longer. Women take on a lot of responsibilities and leave little time for ourselves that leaves stress without any where to go. The body holds on to the stress which, sometimes, results in hair loss. Hair loss caused by stress is known as telogen effluvium. The telogen phase of the hair growth can last for five to six weeks and there is no hair gain during this cycle.
At the end of the telogen phase the hair will begin to grow but not if you're stressed out. Whatever, hair you do have before the telogen phase will fall out. The remedy is eliminating the stress which can be easier said than done.
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