are a number of factors and conditions that can contribute to abnormal hair
loss. Androgenic alopecia is likely to blame if your hairline’s retreat occurs
slowly and gradually in a consistent way, particularly true if you also have a
genetic trait of the same condition.
But when you hairline falls out suddenly instead of gradually moving higher or thinning over time, it is unlikely related to androgenic alopecia.
In such case, the cause could be something else other than androgenic alopecia, which may include :
and hormonal imbalances. Chronic, uncontrolled stress can affect the life cycle
of your hair. The same goes for changes in hormones such as during menopause
wrong with your diet, the imbalance of nutrition such as; too much vitamin A,
lack of protein and iron, or a dramatic change in weight.
medications, e.g. anabolic steroids, blood thinners, radiation, chemotherapy, and
birth control pills.
hair care practices, e.g. frequent bleaching, excessive use of hair dryer, and hairpin
on the scalp such as fungal infections.
health conditions, like thyroid disorder and anemia.
hair loss problems such as alopecia aerate (round patches of hair loss caused
by autoimmune disease) and scarring alopecia.