A certain amount of hair loss is normal but excessive loss can be caused by eczema, alopecia, stress or a change in hormone levels. Hair Loss may be due to taking the pill or pregnancy, excess alcohol or nicotine or quite simply tying the hair back too harshly.
Stress and Hair Loss
It is believed that there is a link between stress and depression, and hair loss.There are documented cases of people starting to lose hair, anything from a few weeks to a few months after a stressful episode in their lives. Of course, hair loss itself is stressful, so it is not always clear which came first, hair loss or stress. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, men and women with androgenetic alopecia have a higher incidence of personality disorders. According to the academy, women with hair loss experience a lack of self-esteem, are introverted, feel less attractive, and are tense in public places.
How to treat Hair Loss
Change to a healthy diet and if the condition doesn't improve it is a good idea to consult your doctor.
As you can see with the many variations of hair type and problems, your choice of style is an individual decision. The way you dress your hair is one of the simplest forms of self-expression. If you are happy with your hair, you will feel and look good.