What Diseases Can Cause Hair Loss?
Most people experience hair loss in the second phase of their lives. Hair loss and graying are typical aging symptoms, although not everyone is affected by it. Hair loss is usually a gradual process, but occasionally you may experience rapid hair loss. If you find large number of hair falling when taking a shower, there must be something ‘abnormal’ about your hair.
In many cases, a disease is responsible for speeding up the process of hair loss. Which diseases can cause hair loss? Hair loss can caused by a variety of factors, from various illnesses to poor nutrition to hormonal imbalances and stress. Certainly drastic operations and the repercussions that these have on your body can cause acute hair loss. Continue reading Diseases That May Lead to Hair Loss