A popular misconception is that only men suffer from hair loss.
A related fallacy is that only a very small percentage of women experience hair loss.
Both assertions are not true; it is estimated that six out of ten women will undergo some degree of hair loss.
This process is even more devastating for women because it seems that it is not as prevalent (as hair loss in men) and a woman’s beauty is closely tied in with lustrous, full-looking hair.
Probably one of the most traumatic experiences that can affect a woman is losing her hair.
Baldness occurs when hairs begin to fall out (which is normal- about 100-150 per day), but do not grow back.
Science is still tackling with exact reasons for the start of the process, but we know that genetic predisposition, aging, and diet are closely (if not directly) related.