In men, thinning hair on the scalp, a receding hairline or a horseshoe shaped pattern that leaves head exposed are symptoms of hair loss. For women is thinning of hair in general.
Causes are hereditary, severe illness, thyroid disorder, iron deficiency, hormonal imbalance or extreme stress.
In addition, burns, x-ray, scalp injuries and exposure to certain types of chemicals such as bleach, dye, perm hair, can also caused hair loss and thinning of the hair.
Cited from The Medical Advisor, hairloss causes and remedies are briefly elaborated. For cosmetic purposes, or after hair loss from surgical or dry treatments, many people turn to wigs, hairpieces & hairweaving.
Although you can’t reverse natural balding but you can protect your hair from damage that eventually leads to thinning.
Herbalists recommend stimulating hair follicles & improving blood circulation in the scalp to encourage new hair growth. Try massaging your scalp using essential oil or rosemary (rosmarinus officinalis).
Others, encourages to use aloe vera and coconut oil to prevent hair vanishing.
Hair loss can also result from poor nutrition. In such cases, you should get back on a balanced diet and take supplements such as vitamins A, B complex, vitamin C, as well as iron & zinc if necessary, especially when advised by professional medical experts.
Remember, hair is not a living tissue and it cannot repair itself, so might as well prevent it by being cautious to your health before hair loss can happen.