Stress can be a major factor in hair loss. People may lose their hair when they are recovering from an illeness or it can be infection related. There are hormonal factors involved as well, such as mothers who have just given birth. Other situations include male pattern baldness is an inherited trait.
People naturally lose hair on a daily basis, about 3-4 months after the individual hair stops growing. Excessive hair loss, however, is the result of an underlying cause or situation. A major illness or surgery can result in temporary hair loss, usually not occurring for about 3-4 months after. It is related to the stress of the situation. Abnormal hormone production is also a common cause, usually either the result of a thyroid or androgen (male) and estrogen (female) imbalance. Pregnancy can also change hormone levels in women, and often results in hair loss about 3 months after the birth of the baby. Medicines can result in temporary hair loss, and it can also be an early symptom of a certain disease or infection. Common male-pattern baldness and female-pattern baldness are inherited traits, caused by genetics.
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