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Stressing Your Hair LossMen’s suffering from hair loss isn’t exactly newsworthy, but discovering the cause of their loss can be life changing. Heredity is usually the culprit and most men chalk it up to bad genes. What some men don’t realize is that their hair loss isn’t necessarily predetermined by genetics and that stress could be responsible.

Telogen effluvium is a condition triggered by a stressful situation or a traumatic experience like an accident, a severe illness, or an emotional life change. This condition can cause hair to simply stop growing or fall out. In other words the stress forces hair follicles to sit in the resting phase, which will stop hair growth and eventually the affected hair could be lost months later.

If you’ve experienced a life-altering event and you’re hair begins falling out, do your best to minimize the source of stress. Focus on getting past the event and work towards healing. It is also important to get enough rest and eat right during this time. Finally, be sure to see a professional who can put your mind at ease and help you confirm the cause of hair loss and give you real solutions.

Don’t let the stress of losing you hair add to your stress. The best way to determine which hair loss solution is right for you is to meet privately with a professional Transitions Hair Loss Centers hair specialist. A typical consultation takes about an hour. We will contact you to schedule your private, no obligation consultation at a time that is most convenient for you.