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  • How does stress affect hair loss
    18/08/2022 0 Comments
    How does stress affect hair loss?

    Modern life is stressful. That may not be the most insightful of statements, but it's true nonetheless. Everyone feels the strain caused by everything from social media, long working hours, and the cost of living crisis. However, did you know that hair loss can be linked to extreme stress levels? Some of the most recent scientific studies on stress-related hair loss have linked emotional distress with telogen effluvium – a type of hair loss.

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  • Ross Hair & Studio Clinic
    20/12/2021 0 Comments
    Postpartum Hair Loss. What Is It & Should You Be Worried?

    It’s estimated that 90% of mums will have to deal with some type of hair loss after giving birth. This particularly frustrating side effect of pregnancy is referred to as postpartum alopecia or postpartum telogen effluvium.
    The good news is that some hair loss post-pregnancy is perfectly normal. Most women report noticing a little extra shedding during hair brushing or shampooing. It’s perfectly natural to wonder why this is happening and to wonder if you should be concerned.

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