• Female Hair Loss: Types and Treatments

    Most people think of hair loss as a male disease. However, forty percent of American hair loss sufferers are women. Thinning hair can devastate a woman’s self-image, but many women suffer in silence.In today’s society, it is generally more acceptable for men to experience hair loss. Even some in the medical community treat female hair loss as insignificant or non-existent. Health professionals are more likely to suggest hair loss treatment to men than women. While hair loss is not a life-threatening condition, it can cause psychological damage. The emotional toll can impact physical health. The American Hair Loss Association (AHLA) recognizes female hair loss as a life-altering condition that should…