Over the past 4-5 months, my hair is becomes remarkebly thinner. When I look at the hairs that fall out (approx 8 cm), one end of the the hair is very thick. However the other end of the hair is very very thin.
I read that miniaturization of hair would takes a few years?
I was wondering if this could also be due to my lifestyle changes over the last 4-5 months. I have always taken part in regular excercise, almost an hour every day. HOwever, in the last 4-5 months i have barely been able to do any excercise (less then twice a week) due to exams. Also, my diet these last few months has become less healthy, eating alot of fast food, fried, and deep fried foods.
COuld this be the reason for my rapidly thinning hair?
The most common cause of hair loss is genetic. I doubt that a fried food diet or a fast food diet or a lack of exercise has much to do with hair loss. You should be more concerned about your general health with what you describe.
Get your hair examined and mapped out for miniaturization to see what the diagnosis could be. But before you see a hair transplant surgeon, you should see your primary care doctor to have a health check with all the bad food and lack of exercise. Stress, added to the genetics for balding, is a combination that could accelerate hair loss for most men so inflicted.