Everyone loses hair. It happens during your morning shower, while you are blowing it dry, or when you give it a quick brush—and that is normal.

Hair loss happens for a number of different reasons.

Hair Lost

Family History

You may inherit either male or female pattern baldness from your parents, which causes hair loss in particular location on your scalp.

Cause of Hair Loss


If you regularly pull your hair, excessively brush it or style it in tightly pulled back ponytails or braids, you may experience excessive hair loss.


Sudden changes in your hormones, such as after giving birth or during menopause may cause excessive hair loss in women.

Medical Treatments

Excessive hair loss may be a result of going through medical treatments including radiation or chemotherapy for conditions such as cancer.


Nutritional disorders such as protein deficiencies and malnutrition may cause excessive hair loss that can affect both your scalp and body hair.

Poor hair care, including using poor quality hair brushes and poor quality shampoos can also make a difference. Ultimately, there are things you can do to minimize hair loss

Treatment of Hair Lost

Losing your hair can reshape your physical appearance and result in reducing your self-esteem. Purchasing and wearing a wig can solve hair loss problems by acting as a shield against baldness. Wigs are temporarily adhered to the top of one’s scalp and give the appearance of a full head of hair. Wearing the right wig can increase self-confidence and enhance your style.