It is true fact that men are at high risk of hair loss or thinning of hair as compared to women. But, it does not mean that women do not experience hair loss and reduce hair density, they also do. If talks about hair loss then on average, we lose 80 strands a day which is completely okay, but the things become serious once you experience more than 80 strands in a day.
There is a number of reason responsible for the hair loss in both men and women which involves vitamin and iron deficiency to some underlying healthcare issues. Hence, before learning about the reason for hair loss, just learn about a different kind of hair loss.
Genetic: If you are genetically predisposed to hair thinning or low density, then for sure you are going to experience gradual hair loss with time. because in this situation hair follicles are sensitive to male hormone, which causes hair follicles to shrink gradually and results out in shorter and thinner hair with passing hair cycle.
Reactive, which explain that your hair loss is an outcome of the trigger? It means hair thinning is happening as of internal imbalance or upset, like as a nutritional deficiency, severe stress, crash dieting or an illness.
Most common reason for hair loss trigger includes:
Hormonal imbalance: oestrogen causes healthy hair growth, while androgen causes low hair density. Hence, while hormonal imbalance androgen gets increased in the body, results out in hair thinning.
Stress: it may cause scalp problem like as dandruff, alter eating habits, which has a direct impact on hair.
Iron deficiency: it is one of the most common reasons behind hair fall in women.
HYPOTHYROIDISM AND HYPERTHYROIDISM: imbalance of thyroid hormone directly affects the hair follicles results out in hair loss.
Vitamin B12 deficiency: B12 deficiency affects the red blood cells, which are helpful for oxygen supply. Hence, leads to hair fall.
Age: if women are entering into the Menopause, then change in hormonal level during this phase going to put a negative impact on hair as well.
Therefore, if you are suffering from hair thinning or low hair density then try to recognize the reason behind it and make some changes into your diet plan. For more information, you can consult with dermatologist or surgeon.

Author's Bio: 

Dr Prashant Yadav the Director of the clinic and the Chief Operating Surgeon is a renowned and reputed cosmetic surgeon of International class with practical, authentic and extensive experience and proficiency in this thrilling field.