Our hair is a valuable physical asset. A thick and lustrous mane is often associated with vitality and beauty so it’s only natural to worry when the health and texture of our hair begin to suffer.
Losing 50 to 100 strands a day is normal, but when you start noticing more strands in the drain, on your hairbrush, or your pillowcase, you may be anxious to know if you might lose most of your hair. Hair fall can lead to thinner hair, which can cause bald patches to appear on your head.
This begs the question: Does hair thinning spell the end of a head full of hair?