Hair grows by about 1 cm per month; in a single 24-hour period, about 25 to 100 hairs fall off the head of a healthy person. Such hair loss is considered normal (physiological). New hairs grow in the place of the fallen ones, and the hair balance is thereby maintained; the head of her is also preserved. But if the number of hairs formed in the hair bulbs is less than the number of falling hairs, the head of hair gradually grows thinner and, in time, attains some degree of baldness. In patients with hair loss, the number of falling hairs in a 24-hour period far exceeds the physiological norm (ranging from 200-500 fallen hairs or more, to complete loss of hair). There are a variety of causes of hair loss, but they all lead to a damaged life cycle of the hairs.
HAIR LOSS IN MEN:
HEAR LOSS IN WOMEN: