Causes of thinning hair on the top of women’s heads

Adult women with thinning hair on top of the head are most commonly affected by androgenic alopecia, which is mainly characterized by a gradual reduction and thinning of hair on top of the head, or diffuse thinning of hair in some women, but the common feature is that the hairline does not generally move back.
Its etiology is related to factors such as genetics, androgen levels and excessive androgen receptor activity. Also, perifollicular inflammation, stressful life, tension and anxiety, and poor living and eating habits may be factors that trigger or aggravate the condition.

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