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Can Stress Cause Hair Loss?

It's important to know about the source of any hair loss that you are experiencing. If you feel as though you don't recognize the person staring back at you in the mirror, it's time to figure out what's going on.

Stress can be a source of hair loss. Particularly if alopecia or other forms of hair loss don't run in your family, it may be as simple as dealing with too much stress in your life. With stress manifesting in so many different ways, it's important to focus on the issue as soon as possible.

Hair Loss Associated with High Stress

Whether it's something at your job or in your personal life that is stressing you out, it may be resulting in hair loss. Even if you think the stress is manageable, your body might say otherwise. There are a few types of hair loss commonly associated with high levels of stress. These include:

  • Telogen effluvium: stress pushes hair follicles into a resting phase. When this happens, the affected hair may fall out within a few months when you go to wash or comb your hair.
  • Alopecia areata: severe stress is one of the factors that can lead to this form of alopecia. In this case, your immune system attacks the hair follicles, resulting in hair loss
  • Trichotillomania: this is a disorder where you have the urge to pull hair from your scalp as well as other parts of your body. You may start pulling your hair as a way of dealing with negative feelings, including stress, tension, and frustration.

A hair loss professional can provide the diagnosis to determine more about what's going on. As soon as you know what's causing the stress as well as why you are experiencing hair loss, you can start to gain control of the situation. There are a number of ways to reduce your stress. In many instances, hair loss isn't permanent. This is when it can be beneficial to turn to hair loss professionals.

Hair Loss Treatments

Healthy hair is a possibility, regardless of how much hair you have lost. If stress has been plaguing you for years and you have lost a significant amount of hair as a result of it, you don't have to lose hope. In fact, we have helped a number of men and women with hair restoration at Mane Image.

There are a number of men's hair loss treatments that are available to help with hair loss. We offer a variety of different men's hair restoration systems that are completely safe and non-invasive. In addition, we also offer surgical hair restoration for men. We have a reputation for providing some of the most effective hair loss treatments, and have been doing so throughout Northwest Indiana since 1987.

We also offer plenty of women's hair loss treatments as women can experience hair loss from stress, too. We have a variety of different options that can help you gain your confidence back from hair restoration systems, wigs, extensions and even surgical hair restoration. We do our best to find a solution that works in your budget, too. It ensures you can get a solution no matter why you have experienced hair loss.

We believe in the methods that we offer, and we use them on ourselves, too. We explore the reason for the hair loss first and foremost. This way, we can make sure that the issue is addressed properly.

At Mane Image, we're here to help you every step of the way. We offer a variety of different solutions to help you with your hair loss and needs. We invite you to reach out to us to schedule your FREE confidential consultation.

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