Experiencing HAIR LOSS?
Maybe you are stressed and
so is your hair.
We all try our very best to have quality in our lives. But somehow, striking a life balance is no easy task to do and makes us more stressed. It requires hard work and dedication which sometimes can be the cause of our stress because it can be strenuous to achieve. And I know very much this story — juggling between your career and providing for your loved ones while taking care of them at the same time.
Studies have shown that stress is commonly caused by interrelationships, which is basically having to deal with work issues and family-related complications. If left unresolved, stress could lead to immune deficiency over time. And later on, it can cause other parts of our body to show signs of disruption, such as hair loss and even disease.
Many of us could attest to that. I know of harried moms like me. Whenever we experience chronic hair fall, we are most especially at the prime of stress. I should know it, especially when I lack sleep. At its peak, our white blood cells attack our hair follicles, thus causing the condition called alopecia. What’s more, anxiety could also drive your mane into a prolonged resting phase, which is known as telogen effluvium.
You see, stress experienced by the body beyond its coping resources could trigger hair loss symptoms and other ailments. If not addressed properly, the continuing hair fall could result to early baldness or uneven hair patches. If you are worried about this? Then it’s time to do something about it.
But fret no more. You can beat stress by simply relaxing, eating, or just flexing some muscles every now and then.
We always lack this but never underestimate the power of sleep. If you feel that you are over your head in dealing with anxieties, choose to rest it off for a while and recharge. In this day and age of making memories, keeping them digital, and sharing them on social media, plus the path to building careers in order to provide for the family’s needs and wants, sleep is one therapy that we often neglect. While we keep eating, it seems that it is easier to take sleep for granted. But it is truly the way to wellness and relaxation–getting the right amount of sleep.
WORK IT OUT
While we are busy, it is mostly while sitting down and working on our computers. What we need is physical activity. It may not be a regular workout at the gym, but walking, working on household chores, or just keeping up with your kids can already be exercise as well.
At the same time, physical activity helps release endorphins, or what is known as the happy hormones, that can be beneficial in relieving the tension in our bodies.
Eat more fruits and veggies. Having these as a staple in your diet will bolster your immunity from disease, which in turn, knock out stress. We can all benefit from the vitamins and minerals of the healthy food we consume.
And for hair loss, it’s best to complement these simple steps with a topical solution that’s safe and effective to keep your crowning glory at its robust state. NOVUHAIR, nature’s answer to hair loss, is made up of 19 natural ingredients that work in synergy to help remedy stress-related hair loss and promote healthy tresses and scalp.
Go natural! It’s the best way to do it. NOVUHAIR contains natural extracts, herbal oils and essences, such as lavender that is also known to relieve stress. It also has a scent that leaves a calming effect and will help you relax furthermore.
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Sigrid - Bacolod Blogger
Sigrid is a work at home mom and Bacolod blogger who tries to juggle taking care of the kids, homeschooling in Bacolod, covering events, designing, writing, and blogging. After finishing her degree in Mass Communications from the University of St. La Salle, she went on to become a news reporter/writer for a local daily and eventually pursued a career in advertising as a copywriter and graphics designer. After her stint in the corporate world, she became a freelance writer, contributing to national and international publications covering a variety of topics. She was a contributing food writer to COOK Magazine before she became a food and mommy blogger. She blogs at: