Women’s Hair Loss Statistics
How many women suffer from hair loss in the USA? Surprisingly, according to Cleveland Clinic, more than 51% of women in the USA have significant hair loss during their lifetime. Statistics estimate that approximately 40% of women have some level of hair thinning, reaching age 40. Indeed, losing hair is significantly more noticeable, where 40% of women will suffer hair thinning symptoms by 50. Also, in women, it is most likely after going through menopause. So, approximately 80 percent of women at age 60 suffer some degree of hair loss. The most prevalent cause of hair loss in women is female-pattern hair loss. This androgenic alopecia affects about 30 million women in the United States alone. According to the US Government, Androgenetic alopecia, known as pattern baldness, is a frequent cause of hair falling in men and women.