The stress around Christmas can lead to hair loss

As we already mentioned, modern lifestyle full of stretching and stress can be the cause of hair loss. Christmas is a wonderful time of joy, time to slow down and spend good time with friends and family. The run-up to Christmas and finding the perfect gift for everyone can be stressful enough, and cause also hair loss. Here you can read how stress of Christmas can actually lead to hair loss and how you can stop your hair from falling out.

Christmas is a stressful life event

The run-up to Christmas and finding the perfect gift for everyone can be stressful enough. It is known that  stress on Christmas start in the beginning of December and its peak ends around noon, just before Christmas dinner is served. Most of us say that preparing Christmas dinner is the most demanding task of the day due to a mix of getting time right and coping with interfering relatives.

There are different types of hair loss, some can be more severe than others and will require more medical attention than others. Stress related hair loss is called Telogen Effluvium and is one of the most common types of hair loss.If you’ve experienced a lot of stress over the Christmas period you could experience some hair loss, which should stop as soon as the festive period comes to an end.

How can you stop your hair from falling out?

The only way to prevent stress related hair loss this Christmas, is to simply reduce your stress. We advise trying to get organised early, beat the Christmas rush by having your Christmas shopping list prepared early and getting your presents brought before December. This will save you a lot of time and stress during the mad Christmas rush in December.

We wish you a stress free Christmas, and if you’re still worried about your hair loss please  book a free consultation with our clinic and we will do our best to provide best solution for you.