Stress can be a major factor in losing your hair, but did you know it’s the leading cause?
There are a lot of contributing things that affect hair growth in your system but stress is probably the best known cause for losing it.
A positive thing about knowing this is, stress can be prevented!
There are many causes of stress, which can range from anything from work, to children to your 39th birthday (for the third time in a row).
A lot of people will say that the single most common cause of stress comes from work related issues, following that comes your children and then marriage.
Your Stress Can be Sorted.
Since we know that stress can cause hair loss, all we need to do in order to prevent it is eliminate the primary sources of stress from our lives.
If you tend to worry over work long after your shift has ended, you aren’t the only one!
Have a good soak in a hot bubble bath, drink a glass of wine or engage in some form of meditative exercise like yoga to unwind after a long day of work.
Even something as simple as taking a brisk walk can help stifle the stress you have brewing inside of you.
Going for a walk is a form of exercise, and exercising makes your body release a well known hormone called endorphins.
Endorphins are known to make your stress levels go down and your happy levels go up.
So maybe even try to hit up the gym a couple of days a week in order to help prevent your hair loss.
“Since stress causes hair loss, stop stressing and start relaxing.”
You will get your deserved full head of hair back before you know it.