Monday, 8 December 2014

Hair loss is the voice of our body telling us how we live – let’s hear what it has to say

Ailesbury Hair Clinic

Many people blame media for women’s low self esteem when it comes to perfect vision. They do have solid arguments right on the spot, but modern advertising can’t take all the credit. Women have been very self conscience about their looks from the beginning of time. If the Bible needs to be rewritten someday it would probably sound fair that the snake promised Eve how this fresh, juicy apple would not only taste good but will make her even more beautiful. This is something any women would fall for without hesitating for more than a minute. Some features are compulsory – slender body, thin waist, long legs, smooth skin and of course – beautiful, strong hair. It is hard to believe, but even though obesity is considered to be the one thing that can most certainly ruin any girl’s self esteem, it turns out that hair is even a bigger issue. Beautiful hair is an accessory which makes the face look prettier too. Thus, it could play the opposite role as well. Women who suffer from hair loss develop a very complicated problem with themselves. With every hair strand lost they get more and more scared to the point of depression which creates a cycle, because stress contributes to hair loss its self. So before we get to a point where we can’t help but feeling scared, let’s first establish what causes hair loss and what to avoid in order not to experience it.


First of all, as mentioned, stress is one of the most common reasons for hair loss. A really shocking event can indeed harm your body rhythm to a point where you lose weight, you can’t sleep well and your hair falls down. The problem is that even without a particular shocking event, every day stress if not kept in boundaries can be a serious factor. So as the popular song says: “Don’t worry! Be happy!” and you won’t have any reasons not to be.

Another factor is too little protein in your daily menu. Some diets and improperly performed nutrition models like vegan or vegetarian life style can make your organism try to store proteins by prohibiting your hair growth. If you want to live a specific healthy life style, involving some limitation make sure you still manage to combine enough proteins, carbohydrates and fat so your body can receive all the needed ingredients. An easy way to go is eating nuts, eggs or some protein rich plants.

Cosmetic procedures like dying or curling your hair monthly almost always end up with hair loss problems. Dying looks easy, but the process involves ingredients such as hydrogen peroxide and ammonia which have damaging effects on hair roots and the skin that covers the head.

Basically what both scientists and common sense advise us is to try living a tension free life without pushing ourselves to the limit for no serious reasons, to eat right, because the food we eat defines our future and to take it slow with harmful things that are not that necessary. 

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