Hereditary hair loss, known as androgenetic alopecia, is the most common cause of hair loss in both men and women

Hormonal Changes

Hormonal imbalances due to pregnancy, menopause, thyroid issues, or birth control pills can lead to hair loss

Nutritional Deficiencies

Lack of essential nutrients like iron, protein, and vitamins (especially Vitamin D and B vitamins) can cause hair thinning and loss


Physical or emotional stress can trigger temporary hair loss, known as telogen effluvium

Medical Conditions

Conditions such as alopecia areata, scalp infections, and diseases like lupus and diabetes can lead to hair loss


Certain medications, including those for cancer, arthritis, depression, and high blood pressure, can cause hair loss as a side effect

Hair Treatments and Styling

Frequent use of harsh chemicals, heat styling tools, and tight hairstyles can damage hair and lead to hair loss