These are the common causes for hair loss according to my studies. Do you all agree on these? Is there any more?

1. Heredity or in medical term called Androgenetic Alopecia.

2. Hormonal changes for women after giving birth to a baby.

3. Stress or Depression

4. Lack of Iron and Protein in the body.

5. Chronic illness or major surgery may cause temporary hair loss.

6. Medical treatment such as Cancer treatment.

7. Thyroid Gland Malfunctioning.

8. Skin infections of the scalp such as ringworm infection.

9. Excessive colouring or dying to the hair.

10. Excessive or rapid weight loss.

11. Alopecia Areata

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Yes Mr. Alan Low Ching Loon i'm absolutely agreed with your research. These are common causes of hair loss in all the world. But one of the best hair loss treatment is hair transplant coz its new treatment and very easy and quick results providing treatment.

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Stress or depression is major cause of hair loss in most of the people these days.

Yes, exactly hair loss can be caused due to hormonal imbalance, use of the hair products for the hairstyles and many more... Nice information.

Yes, Mr. Alan Low Ching Loon I'm absolutely agreed with your research. These are common causes of hair loss in all the world.  But Stress or depression is a major cause of hair loss.

Ponytails + stress is leading to noticeably thinner hair. 

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