Saturday, September 24, 2016

How to minimize the effects of Stress on your Hair

 Stress it's an overreaction of your body/ mind when is under pressure.

 Stress can and  more often that you can think will affect your hair. 
 You can experience slowing in hair grow, thinning hair,  and even hair loss.
 One of the main reasons is that stress, through a complicated route, can increase your body’s production of adrenaline.

When you are under Adrenaline ( Alert system for your Body). The stress makes your body be selective and tries to protect the critical organs, for example,  if you are anxious, your heartbeat is faster, you start to sweet or yield, or maybe lose sleep.  It's the effect of an excess of adrenaline in your system. Your metabolism is fast; the body is working at high speed and protect the critical organs, consume more nutrients and fewer nutrients will go to your hair. Both acute and chronic stress will affect your health and especially your hair.

Another important point is that when we are stressed we often do not look after ourselves as we should. For example, we may skip meals or eat more processed foods than usual – which while convenient have little nutritional benefit. Diet has wide-reaching implications on hair growth, with improper nutrition being a leading cause of hair loss in women. This includes vitamin imbalances, iron deficiency, inadequate protein intake, and meals that contain too few calories. Stress also impacts digestion and the absorption of vital nutrients, reducing their effectiveness.

 The stress affects our immune system, making us more susceptible to illness. Like diet, general health is closely linked to hair health, with the flu, high fevers, and systemic upsets often triggering hair loss approximately 2 months later.

Stress can also trigger dandruff in individuals who are prone to it - and research is increasingly showing that flaky/itchy scalps can worsen or lead to hair loss.
People have long been known to willfully pull out their hair owing to anxiety, but it’s widely believed that chronic stress can cause inadvertent hair loss as well. 

Although androgenic alopecia, better known as male/female pattern baldness, is the primary culprit for shedding in most, physiological changes spurred by frequent, intense stressors can also lead to clogged shower drains.

How to Minimize the Effects of Stress:

1. Exercise

2. Yoga & Meditation

3. Massage, helps to relax, especially in your scalp, stimulate blood flow

4. Health experts have proven that the growth of your hair is 70% associated to what you eat. Eat Healthy, food rich in proteins + vegetables fruits., avoid alcohol and artificial beverages.  Do not skip meals.

Eating a diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids can improve not just your hair but your overall health in many ways. It’s becoming well known that the typical American diet is low in omega-3 and higher in omega-6. You should aim to eat two to four times the amount of omega-3 than omega-6.

5. Add Multi Vitamin + B- complex daily

6. Add Vida Homeopathy Oral Spray  TO  nourishing your hair roots and prevent the effect of stress in your hair . 

7. If you are already feeling that your hair is falling or thinning you can stop and reverse the process  to with Vida Hair 8 weeks to Healthy & Stronger Hair Grow.

Remember  what is good for your Health  is good for your Hair!

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