Stress Management

Stress Related Hair Loss

Hair shows whether your body is in balance or not. If you are physically healthy as well as emotionally balanced, your hair will be lustrous and shining and your scalp moist. If you are physically not well, or are beaten down emotionally, your hair become dull and lifeless and begin to fall.

 Hair loss is a sure sign that stress has pushed your body off its balance. It is known that the sudden outbreak of a stressful event causes the hair follicles to stop the production of hair and retreat into a resting phase prematurely. Thereafter and during this period; an unnatural amount of hair start falling. For more information on "stress related hair loss", read Give Me The Symptoms Of Stress.

Some characteristics of stress related hair loss: The stressors cause an additional amount of hair to enter in the loss-phase. And, it generally takes 2-4 months for the stressor to betray itself. The stressor can be psychological, such as severe depression or physical like severe illness or surgery. Stress loss is associated with an additional rate of hair shedding, commonly 3-400 hairs per day, unlike pattern hair loss.

Managing stress is important because stress and health are related to each other as in the case of stress and hair loss. You can get stress relief by using stress ball (which acts as a stress reliever), natural stress management and also by following stress management tips. Stress management training and stress management tips are provided by some organizations where stress management activities are stressed upon.