Thinning hair can be a concern that affects both men and women, either temporarily or on a permanent basis. There are many reasons for thinning hair, including: stress, genetics, poor diet. More gender specific causes may see hair loss during pregnancy or the menopause for women, and pattern baldness during the ageing process for men.
It is normal for people to naturally lose around 100 hairs a day. However, if you start to notice a wider parting, more hairs on your pillow or in your hairbrush, a more visible scalp and hair coming out in clumps, then this condition may be more of an issue.
Although many people who experience thinning hair will accept the concern (especially balding men), it can cause a degree of emotional sensitivity. By taking an individual approach to the condition, a bespoke treatment plan can help to improve the concern and restore a person’ self-confidence.