Hair Loss: How to Identify the Cause

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The Impact of Stress on Your Strands

Stress is a normal part of life, but too much of it can significantly impact your body and overall health. Did you know that stress can affect your hair growth as well? When you experience high-stress, your body produces more cortisol, which may disrupt your hair’s growth cycle.

Managing stress can help prevent these conditions and promote healthy hair growth. You can try relaxation techniques such as meditation or yoga, prioritize self-care activities like exercise or hobbies, and seek support from loved ones or a mental health professional if needed.

In addition to managing stress levels, incorporating healthy habits like regular exercise and a balanced diet rich in essential nutrients can promote healthy hair growth and prevent further loss.

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