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What Causes Dry & Thinning Hair?

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Posted Kestie Beckan edited answer

What Causes Dry & Thinning Hair?

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Julia Rachels

Mostly hair went dry if you don’t take any Oil treatments. Hair thinning or hair loss normally caused by stress or genetics.

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Hormones: Hormonal imbalances that occur during menopause and after you have given birth can cause hair to thin and fall out. Low levels of estrogen during menopause can also result in dry hair, according to Womentowomen.com. The diminishing of estrogen during menopause coupled with the rise in the male hormone testosterone can prompt hair thinning and loss. Anemia: Hair may become thin and fall out if you are anemic, or iron deficient. Sickness in general can take its toll on your hair just as it does on other parts of your body. A steady diet of stress and anxiety can also destroy the health of your hair, causing it to become thin and dry, according to Ayurveda-herbal-remedy.com. Medication: Certain medicines take their toll on hair, causing it to become lackluster and thin, and may even cause your hair to fall out. These medications include chemotherapy drugs, gout medicine, birth-control pills, antidepressants, anti-seizure drugs and blood thinners, according to Allhairlosstreatmen

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