Stress and your hair

Increased stress can lead to different forms of hair loss from generalized thinning to tacky hair loss and even total hair loss: telogeneffluvioum. The good news is that hair loss due to stress is not permanent and if the source of the stress is removed hair will start to grow back and thicken up.

If you feel you are really stressed its important to tackle this. Speak to your doctor about ways to reduce and manage stress in your life.

Top tips to reduce  stress:

  • Keep positive.
    • See the world through rose tinted glasses. You’ve seen those people who just seem to be happy no matter what. Well studies show they live longer, join them and don’t sweat the small stuff.
  • Make a to do list
    • Each day congratulate yourself on what you have achieved even if you have only ticked of one item. Believe tomorrow will be a better day.
  • Get moving.
    • Exercise regularly this makes to look good and feel good.
  • Meditate.
    • Take 15-20mins each day and do nothing. No phones, no TV, just relax and reflect.
  • Sleep more.
    •  If you go to sleep before 12 midnight your sleep quality is twice as good as if you sleep after.
  • Avoid road rage.
    • This is sure way to increase your blood pressure and ruin the rest of your day.
    • Do at least 1 thing you enjoy every day.
    • Talk to someone who makes you smile every day.
    • Avoid excessive alcohol and recreational drugs.
    • Eat healthy, well-balanced meals.

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