Many people feel surprised and betrayed by their bodies when they experience Hair Loss. The good news is, hair loss can be treated. Genetic female hair loss is also identified as androgenetic alopecia. Genetic Female Hair Loss is not the same as Genetic Male Hair Loss. Women would commonly experience diffused hair thinning with thinning at the center of the scalp being the most prominent. Male would normally experience a receding hair line followed by hair thinning at the crown. Men who exercise vigorously to keep fit usually have higher levels of testosterones which leads to higher levels of Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) and DHT causes hair loss.
Once thinning worsen, the scalp becomes increasingly obvious and is no longer concealable with a simple change in hairstyle. If you are experiencing patchy hair loss rather than diffused hair loss, you may be suffering from a bacteria infection or alopecia areata (a form of auto-immune disease). Nevertheless, they are can be treated as well.