Everyone expects hair loss to a certain degree. We all experience it during our lives, it’s perfect normal to expect to see the odd strand or two on the bathroom floor.
In essence, if you require an average on this, women tend to lose anything from between one to two hundred strands a day.
Of course, it can clearly vary from women to women and it’s probably also prudent to mention that, in some, it can appear to be more noticable than with others. For example, if you happen to be sporting a glorious crown of long locks that are chestnut in color, you’ll notice the loss of strands of hair far more than someone with a blond crop!
Both men and women are susceptible to hair loss, or alopecia, as it’s also called and there is certainly an element that is down to genetics.
Hereditary thinning, according to research, has predominantly been inherited from the your mother’s side and it invariably will be apparent by approximately fifty years of age. Yet it’s not uncommon for it to begin from around twenty years of age.