Hair loss is something that impacts the lives of a great many people all throughout the United States – and likely throughout much else of the world as well. After all, up to 35 million men alone are currently in some part of the hair loss process, with the majority of this hair loss caused by male pattern baldness. But men are certainly not the only victims of hair loss in this country and in the world as a whole, and a good deal of women are also dealing with hair loss on a regular basis, hair loss that is likely only to progress with time.
As a matter of fact, up to 20 million total women in this country are experiencing hair loss to at least some extent, if not full fledged balding. This can happen for a number of reasons. Alopecia, for instance, can cause hair loss not just on the head but on any part of the body that grows hair. The severity of alopecia will vary from person to person and can ebb and flow with time. Some people might even find themselves in remission of the Continue reading