Hair loss in women is more common than you might think.
There are many possible causes for hair falling out: one of the most common is hormonal changes, but factors including diet and exposure to heat can contribute.
See also: Alopecia: What's it's like to live without hair
See also: Tips to prevent hair loss
It's normal to shed around 100 hairs a day, but if you find yourself losing more than that, it's worth getting checked out by your doctor, as there may be a simple underlying cause for the problem.