Hair Loss In Couples
Some people are in a job where they shift to a new city or a country every 2-3 years. Naturally the whole family shifts as well and change of water thus affects the whole family. Shared stress of marital discard, financial worries or broken relations can affect couples or the family as a whole.
Many factors can lead to hair loss in couples. From hormonal changes to various medical conditions, baldness can be triggered by many other reasons. It is a condition most common in men and women, Hair loss is a process that may differ from person to person. For some, it can be gradual, while others may experience sudden loosening of hair and patches of baldness all over their head.
But when your hair starts falling out consistently in large amounts, you start noticing bald patches, or your hairline starts to recede in places it didn’t before, you may be dealing with something more serious. The pattern in men is different to the pattern in women. Patterned baldness is the most common cause of hair loss in both men and women, and is the result of genetic and hormonal factors. Hereditary baldness is so common that it is considered to be a normal part of the ageing process. Men develop recession at the temples, thinning and eventually a bald spot on the top of the head, then ultimately total baldness over the entire crown. Hair above the ears and at the back of the head is relatively spared.
Another common reason is diet. Often people who are constantly on the move cannot adapt to the local cuisine. This is especially true for vegetarians who then suffer from dietary deficiency induced hair loss.