You want to know if stress can lead to hair loss?
This is a serious issue that most people are unaware of.
Plain and simple, stress can lead to hair loss, and so many other disorders. The worst part about it is you don’t notice until the effects become dramatic.
For example you won’t notice the effect stress has on you until you see your hair falling out, or your temper becoming shorter.
But here is something you need to know. There are so many reasons for the loss of hair that it’s almost impossible to find the main cause. The best thing you can do is live a happy and healthy lifestyle.
Even if stress isn’t the main cause of your loss of hair, it can still contribute to it. So if you’re under a lot of stress and you’re living an unhappy life, that could be part of the reason for your hair falling out.
Stress is normal. Everyone has to deal with stress because it is a part of life but, it becomes a problem when it is excessive. If you find yourself in a grouchy mood all the time or you’re always tired, then you’re suffering from high stress levels.
If you aren’t experiencing hair loss then you might notice your hair falling out sooner or later. Sometimes you start growing grey hairs when you’re under loads of stress. This is your body telling you it needs rest or time to relax.
So what can you do to reduce stress. You can find time to take part in your favorite hobbies or find time to take a nap during the day. You can also meditate. When I say meditate I don’t mean doing the who “oohs and ahhs” or moving your body into awkward positions, I mean doing things that keep your mind on the present. Whenever you’re feeling stressed you can take deep breaths. This is a great way to calm your nerves and put yourself in a relaxed state.
Remember stress can cause your hair to fall out, and trust me if you’re experiencing hair loss you don’t want to lose more hair, and if you’re not experiencing hair loss you don’t want it to start. That is why it is great to practice anti-stress exercises to help keep yourself from feeling extra anxiety and tension.
You can draw a conclusion that hair loss and stress go hand in hand. Stress can cause hair loss and hair loss can cause stress. These are two things that you can control but it may not be easy. You have to do what needs to be done in order to live a healthy lifestyle with healthy hair.
By Allen Woods