We All Suffer From Stress At Some Point In Our Busy Lives, However the Consequences For Some Can Really Effect Them More Than Others …
Can Stress Trigger Hair Loss?
Stress is a word that we are all too familiar with and the majority of us at some point in our lives, will experience it. Some of us will display symptoms of stress and others won’t. It is said to be believed that stress can trigger hair loss, however, why is it that not all of us will lose hair through stress? Even some of the most happiest people can still lose their hair. It doesn’t make sense does it?
We are all individual and unique in our own way
None of us have exactly the same hair colour or eye colour as each other, the same smile or have the same thoughts. The way in which we lose hair is also unique. Hair can fall out in patches or circles on the scalp, on the arms and even the eyebrows. Some of us can lose all our hair completely.
At What Age Do You Start Experiencing Stress?
I wonder how old we are when we first experience stress. Could it be when we are at school, around the age of 15 or 16 and taking our G.C.S.E’s. We might wonder if we’ve revised enough, or if we’ve revised over the right topics in our chosen subjects. I read an article that a lady called Michelle Chapman, first started losing her hair when she was just 5 years old!
Help to Overcome Hair Loss & Stress
Luckily, there are some great wigs on the market nowadays and some treatments actually work in encouraging hair growth. There are also some quick fix cures that do not, so don’t be fooled and seek medical advice before parting with your money. Permanent makeup is just the answer for eyebrow hair loss and loss of eye lashes which is something I can personally help you with. So do feel free to give me a call (07535 016 824) or drop me an email if you need further advice on how permanent makeup can help you.
Life is a rollercoaster as they say, with highs and lows along the way. We all look forward to going on holiday. It allows us to re-charge our batteries and unload our stresses on the beach. There are other ways that we can help cope with stress, such as running, exercise, swimming, meditation, acupuncture, massage, counselling and many more.