Is Kim K Keeping Up with Her Hair Loss?

Recently, there has been much speculation as to whether Kim Kardashian is suffering from a hair loss condition or should we say hair loss conditions due to hair extensions. The paparazzi have captured several moments where the appearance of bald patches on her head has raised a few eyebrows. Hair experts from all over the world have put in their two cents and so naturally the gossip rags have narrowed it down to three possibilities.

Theory number one is that Kim suffers from Traction Alopecia. This makes sense because of her ability to wow onlookers with her ever-changing, full and luminous hairstyles on a daily basis and it seems the only explanation is hair extensions and hair weaves. Women who wear extensions or a weave too tightly or too often may eventually suffer from Traction Alopecia, which results in visible bald patches.

Theory number two is a condition called Telogen Effluvium, which is a hair loss condition brought on by pregnancy. It is not uncommon for pregnant women to notice more significant hair loss during or after being pregnant. This would also make sense for the fashion icon after the birth of her first child, North West. A timely theory since Kim recently announced she’s pregnant with her second child.

Diffuse thinning of hair can also be brought on by stress. It wouldn’t be surprising at all if the hectic non-stop lifestyle of Kim K caused her hair to thin out. She is constantly under pressure to look good and stay in shape and when you pair these expectations with excessive travel the stress can be overwhelming. Regardless of the truth these are serious hair loss conditions that millions of women suffer from each year.

If you are suffering from hair loss, there is no need to speculate what is causing it. With hair restoration, there are lots of options to consider but only one phone call you need to make. Contact  a Transitions member hair loss treatment center for more information.

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