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Anxiety and Hair Loss: 4 Ways to Save Your Hair!

Posted by Cynthia Ferrara on

As one of the biggest troublemakers in our health, stress is linked by scientists with various physical and psychological conditions. Also, there is strong evidence that stress and anxiety can largely damage the health of the hair and cause a severe hair loss on top of it all.

When the individual is faced with a lot of stress, it is only logical that their health will be affected and hair loss will be part of the issues. People find hair loss a big stress-causing problem so it can only enhance the worry and reinforce all the stressful situations they are facing. This vicious circle is very hard to stop and is leaving people helpless.

There are a few things you can do to ease the stress in your life and hopefully slow or stop your hair loss completely.

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Be Kind to Your Hair

When facing hair loss, you need to go easy on the chemicals, heat devices, and all the other styling tools – at least until you fix the problem. This is because when hair loss occurs, the entire hair from roots to ends is weak and breakage-prone.  Use shampoos like VITAMINS Premium Organic shampoo and conditioner to help condition and nourish hair, as well as protect it from damage.

Check your Healthy Diet

 Nothing can make up for the lack of vitamins and minerals the food contains. The ingredients found in healthy foods are vital to the health of your hair. Besides eating plenty of fruits and veggies, drink large amounts of water since it will hydrate your skin and hair and give them elasticity and vitality. If getting a balanced diet is tough for you, consider supplementing with a complete hair growth support vitamin to fill nutrition gaps.

Evaluate Your Exercise Routine

You can’t have healthy eating without the exercising part. They go together and you should practice both. Start with activities you like, 3-4 times a week. Don’t overstress your body by exercising vigorously in the beginning. Sometimes, in periods of high stress, high-intensity exercise is counter productive. Evaluate your exercise routine to make sure it is not overtaxing your body and adjust accordingly.

Get Proper Sleep

Sleep is the best medicine for stress. Nothing can relieve you like a good 8-hour sleep in the night. Don’t go to sleep past midnight and leave all your electronic devices in the other room. The quality of your sleep will tremendously improve in no time, and the health benefits are just a bonus.

 

Incorporate these simple changes in your lifestyle, and remember that you need to be persistent. It’s all about practice, but once you realize how good they make you feel, you won’t want to go back for anything.


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