Other autoimmune diseases such as lupus can also cause hair loss. Again it’s a case of mistaken identity: overzealous immune cells attack the hair. Unfortunately, hair loss of this type is “scarring,” meaning the hair will not grow back, says Dr. Hammonds.
What to do: If the hair loss is mild, you might want to try a new hairstyle to camouflage the damage. Short hair, for instance, is stronger than long hair and may hide bald patches better.
|19||Too much vitamin A|
|18||Lack of protein|
|17||Male pattern baldness|
|11||Vitamin B deficiency|
|10||Autoimmune-related hair loss|
|8||Dramatic weight loss|
|6||Polycystic ovary syndrome|
|5||Antidepressants, blood thinners, and more|