Acute stress comes from situations. We have had people contact us that have lost a loved one or lost a job that caused major financial troubles etc. These have all been linked to the sudden hair fall and loss that they had. It can happen to men and to women. Chronic can be more of a slower result on hair and on the scalp. Many people that suffer from skin rashes, burning or itching scalp - some claim it feels like fire. They also say that they feel like they have a super tight scalp skin. This is all related to stress and stressful situations.
What can you do to help your hair and scalp?If it is acute and based on an even - most of the time it will take a little time but as you adjust the event things will slowly bring themselves back to normal. Without a doubt the top things that you can do are proper nutrition - most people when stressed quick eating or binge eat. Remember that during stress the body will plow through and burn nutrition. So you almost need to act like you are running a marathon every day and give your body what it needs as it is going through it.
The other most important thing that you can do is to stimulate the blood flow to the hair root. These micro capillaries that feed the hair can be squeezed no different than stress and heart attacks. During stressful times everything seems to constrict or tighten. This limits blood flow!
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