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More than half of men and women in the United States experience hair loss. About 30% of people have hair loss by age 30 years, and about 50% have hair loss by age 50 years. Hair loss is so common that most of the time it is considered a normal variation and not a disease. Other animals closely related to humans, such as the chimpanzee, also lose their hair.

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Hair loss varies widely with race.
Japanese men develop baldness less commonly than whites do. On average they also develop balding about 10 years later.
Blacks are 4 times less likely to have abnormal hair loss than are whites.
Women develop hair loss as frequently as men do, but because of hormonal differences women don't lose as much hair volume.
Differences in hair styling allow women to hide hair loss more effectively than men.
A woman may not notice hair loss itself but may notice that her ponytail or braid is getting thinner.
Women also have a different pattern of balding than men.
Hair loss for a woman can be devastating. The problems seems to be increasing every year. It is estimated that six out of ten woman will suffer some degree of hair loss.
Most people assume that it is only men who suffer from hair loss, but nothing could be further from the truth. Although it is basically true with regards to heredity, millions of women the world over suffer from some form of hair loss and the number appears to be rising each year. The overwhelming cause is a hereditary condition called androgenetic alopecia or female-pattern hair loss. One of the least engaging facts about getting older is that a significant number of women also experience hair loss.
There are two different types of hair loss, medically known as anagen effluvium and Telogen effluvium. Anagen effluvium is generally due to internally administered medications, such as chemotherapy agents, that poison the growing hair follicle Telogen effluvium, is due to an increased number of hair follicles entering the resting stage. The most common causes of telogen effluvium are:
Physical stress: surgery, illness, anemia, rapid weight change.
Emotional stress: mental illness, death of a family member.
Thyroid abnormalities.
Medications: High does of Vitamin A -- Blood pressure medications -- Gout medications.
Hormonal causes: pregnancy, birth control pills, menopause.
Myths Related To Hair Loss
Frequent shampooing contributes to hair loss.
Hats and wigs cause hair loss.
100 strokes of the hair brush daily will create healthier hair.
Permanent hair loss is caused by perms, colors and other cosmetic treatments.
Women are expected to develop significant hair back thicker.
Shaving one's head will cause the hair to grow back thicker.
Standing on one's head will cause increased circulation and thereby stimulate hair growth!
Dandruff causes permanent hair loss.
There are cosmetic products that will cause the hair to grow thicker and faster.
Stress causes permanent hair loss.
Hair loss does not occur in the late teens or early twenties.
Hair loss affects only intellectuals.
There is a cure for androgenetic Alopecia.