HAIR LOSS IN WOMEN
We can never deny the fact that for women hair is an indispensable and inseparable part of their armour of charm and beauty. So, women take hair loss as a serious threat to their looks and the impressions they make on people around.
There is a heavy amount of psychological sickness behind hair loss in women. Women place a greater emphasis than men on physical appearances and outward attractiveness. Societal norms dictate that hair is an essential part of a woman’s sexuality and gender identity and any hair loss generates feelings of low self-esteem and anxiety from a perception of diminished attractiveness. Women are more likely than men to have a lowered quality of life and to restrict social contacts as a result of hair loss.