Wondering how? Stress indeed does induce hair loss through Telogen Effluvium. It is a condition where the hair remains in the Telogen (natural shedding) phase of the growth cycle. This causes more hair to fall out, sometimes in handfuls.

How bad is it?
The bad news is that hair loss associated with Telogen Effluvium is abrupt but the good news is that it is often only temporary as it resolves over time.
What kind of stress leads to Telogen Effluvium?
· Childbirth
· Illness
· Fever
· Surgery
· Emotional stress
· Significant weight loss etc

Self-care Remedies to fight stress-induced Hair Loss

De-stress Now that we have established that stress can lead to hair loss, handling your stress well helps in reversing stress-induced hair loss. Indulge in some stress relief activities like Yoga Meditation, deep breathing, spending time outdoors etc. It is also good to seek counseling or therapy.

Eat right

Crash dieting, and malnutrition are some of the causes of Telogen Effluvium. You are therefore advised to eat a nutritious diet loaded with lean proteins, whole grains, vitamins and minerals.

However, sometimes the Hair Loss may be a result of a combination of factors that ought to be determined by a certified specialist who may recommend a number of corrective measures like Vampire Hair Restoration available at our clinic. You can book in to see our Lead Specialist – Dr. Chiraag Kotecha.
Make your booking for any of our procedures and products via 0758 232 889 or visit us at Forest Mall, Block B, GF4.

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