Stress induced hair loss

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Posted on : October 14, 2016 | Author: John Kahen

If you notice thinning or even large amounts of hair falling out, and have been under a lot of pressure or stress, this could be a sign of stress-induced hair loss.

Hair loss that is stress-induced is caused by a condition called telogen effluvium. Physical stress, emotional stress relating to a death in the family, pregnancy, severe weight loss and surgery can all cause stress- induced hair loss. The hair typically grows back when the emotional or physical stress is resolved, although it can take months. For some people intense stress may trigger a type of hair loss called alopecia areata, which causes the hair not to grow. The areas that are affected by alopecia will start to fall out. The hair may grow back, but because the white blood cells are attacking the hair follicle and my cause a repetitive cycle of hair loss. If stress is contributing to your hair loss there are a few ways to reduce your stress level; exercise, yoga and meditation are all examples of ways you can reduce anxiety and stress levels


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