Hormonal fluctuations and stress are two of the most common causes of non-hereditary hair loss. Not surprisingly, hair loss is common during or after pregnancy for these same reasons. For many soon-to-be moms, maintaining healthy hair is a task that sometimes gets lost in the shuffle. As OB/GYN appointments, prenatal supplements, birthing classes, and baby education begin to take over, new moms may find themselves concentrating more on their baby and less on their hair. And while nothing is more important than focusing on healthy fetal development and birth, pregnant women must also pay attention to hair health, as it can be an indication of physical, mental, or emotional issues during and after pregnancy. To learn more, visit this article on the Miami Hair Blog.