Hair growth disturbances include increased body hair or increased hair loss. Women are usually distressed by a reduction in hair growth on their head or an increase in hair growth on their face and even on the body, although less so.
In addition to many malfunctioning of the organs, hormonal imbalance can play a contributing role. In cooperation with dermatologists, gynecologists can often narrow down the cause of the problem of hair growth by targeted hormone analysis, analysis of living and eating habits and by excluding other factors and helping with a solution the problem through targeted medical treatment or suggesting lifestyle and dietary habits.
Unfortunately, the cause of increased hair loss is often unexplainable and must therefore subsequently be accepted as a consequence of the ageing process (therefore, age-related thinning of the hair and increased hair brittleness in both men and women is normal and thus difficult to treat).