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Due to the tensions do we get hair fall if yes, say me any suggestions
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replied November 25th, 2011
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So stop stressing and perform some meditation or yoga to stop hair falling

Take in iron supplements .iron deficiency can cause anemia which results in brittle hair and hair loss. So consume natural sources of iron from beef and liver.
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replied December 5th, 2011
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tension, pollution and harmful chemical products are responsible for hair loss. The stress is now a days the most common reason behind hair loss. So try to live tension free life. Do special exercise for healthy roots of hair which will definitely help you to make your hairs healthy and beautiful.
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replied January 31st, 2012
There are also products which have been clinically proven to help retain hair. Here is one that is relevant to your situation, and is the best company if scientific studies are important to you (instead of fancy tv ads)

Title: Double Blind Placebo-Controlled Study with Kevis Lotion


In this experiment, which allows a casual interpretation for comparable groups, the effectiveness of Kevis in comparison with a placebo is revealed in a statistically significant manner.

Findings:

On the percentage of telogen hairs: in 90 days it decreases by 16% in the Kevis group, and only by 6% in the placebo group.

On the number of hairs counted in the three comb-stroke test: (a) in the Kevis group it decreases by 56% in 60 days and by 59% in 90 days; (b) in the placebo group it only decreases by 18% in 60 days and by 16% in 90 days.

On the number of hairs pulled out in the traction test: (a) in the Kevis group it decreases by 29% in 60 days and by 47% in 90 days, (b) in the placebo group it only decreases by 5% in 60 days and by 7% in 90 days.

Clinical Institution: Hotel-Dieu, Marseille, France.


Anyways, the company is good at providing data and they can let you know if they think you would be a good candidate. Their toll free number is 877-266-8576.

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replied February 8th, 2012
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yes, Stress or tension is the main reason for hair loss. Use more natural oil to take care care of your hairs. There are some natural ways which will help you make your hairs good and shiny. Shikakai is also best for hairs.
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replied March 26th, 2012
There are many reasons which cause hair fall..Tension is the primary reason for it..If your mental stress is high than you"ll surely got an hair fall..It affects your whole body..SO be happy forever..Dust,chemical shampoos and dryness is also reasons for hair fall..
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replied April 16th, 2012
Yes stress is playing main factor in hair falling..so you need to work on your stress level.You should get rid of it as soon as possible..You should do yoga and meditation...
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replied May 23rd, 2012
Stress,dry hair,lack of vitamins are the main reason .Therefore you should keep your mind stress free . Also massage your hair weakly two times .Eat nutritious food.
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replied June 7th, 2012
Yes, due to tension and low vitamins in your body, we get hair loss..
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replied November 9th, 2012
Yes tension reflect to your body...
Telogen effluvium is a medical condition involving hair loss due to emotional or physical stress. Possible stressors include intense worry about work, the death of a loved one, childbirth, severe illness, financial troubles, divorce, and major surgery. Due to the length of the hair growth cycle, people generally begin losing their hair weeks or months after the stressful event has occurred. The guide below offers some actions that you can take to ease stress and reduce the effects of telogen effluvium.

Consult your doctor to find the cause of your telogen effluvium. While stressful experiences are a major cause, other causes include an iron or zinc deficiency, an excess of vitamin A, a thyroid imbalance, and prescription medications such as beta blockers, calcium channel blockers, and antidepressants.

Reduce stressful thoughts in your mind. Frequently engage in stress-reducing activities:

Exercising for around 20 minutes a day produces endorphins to help reduce stress.
Getting a massage not only relieves muscle tension but also promotes blood flow throughout the body and helps reduce emotional and mental stress.
Keeping a journal allows you to express pent-up frustrations through writing.
Examining and reducing the social, emotional, and professional demands that are placed on you, as well as those you place on others, can help you manage stress.

Track the progress of your hair loss. If you notice that loss begins to slow after 6 or so months, then your case of telogen effluvium may be waning.

Hair loss begins to slow over the course of 6 to 8 months, as long as the stressful situation is not ongoing. Telogen effluvium is a self-limiting condition that should correct itself over time.
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