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Can you let me know how many different reasons are there for hair loss or thinning hair?

Many. The evaluation of hair loss is an involved process because there are so many possibilities. General classifications are scarring versus non-scarring. Scarring alopecia is an inflammatory problem (e.g. Allergy or infection). Non scarring alopecia can be caused by medications, poisons, heredity, medical conditions and severe hair care practices. See your dermatologist. Read more...
Too many to count. Mostly, it is probably simple genetic programming that you have inherited. If this is a recent change, however, you may need to look into hypothyroidism, anemia, potassium imbalance, diabetes, or other metabolic disorders. Talk to your fp about about testosterone levels and other blood testing to help direct therapy. Read more...

I'm 30-2 years ago I began with all over hair loss (not patchy). No other symptoms. Do I need this checked or is it just normal to have thinning hair?

Maybe. There are natural cycles of hair loss and it can also be caused by stress and hormone/mineral imbalance. When you brush your hair, if large clumps of hair come out, i would rec seeing a specialist. Read more...
Alopecia? There is a condition called alopecia which causes the hair to fall out. This is different from male pattern baldness which is genetic and not a disorder. It can be in patches or the entire body. A dermatologist can tell you if you have alopecia (an autoimmune disorder) and treat it. Peace and good health. Read more...

Is there any cures for frontal hair loss or anything that will slow down the process of thinning hair?

Balding treatment. There is one medication for this. It is called Propecia (finasteride) and is approved for "male patterned baldness". The younger one is the better the response and the faster the response. It takes 6 months to one year to find out, so if you are committed then talk to your doctor. Read more...
Minoxidl. For women 5 per cent romaine foam will work on the frontal hairline. For men romaine os not very effective for frontal hair loss. Propecia (finasteride) cna work on frontal hair loss in 62 per cent of men, but does not work well in the temple area. Lasers have shown some effect on the frontal area but results are variable. Read more...